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Brobot Records launches ‘Miami 2015 Compilation’ and Brobot Miami Party

Brobot Records
reveals

‘Miami 2015 Compilation’ 
&
Brobot Miami party
(Brobot Records)
brobotmiami2015
Out Now
Previews here
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To celebrate the start of this years party season, Junior Sanchez’s Brobot Records have released a compilation EP that perfectly encapsulates the famed Miami atmosphere – focusing on a heady recipe of hypnotic drum patterns, unpredictable synths and a relentless party vibe that has come to typify the dance music scene in recent years.
Completing an all-star line up of established and new talent are Matthew Warren (‘Get It Now’) and Blaqwell (‘Just A Groove’) – ensuring that the eyes and ears of the entire dance music community will be on Miami this March, whether they’re attending or not.
Brobot Miami Party – Dream Hotel South Beach
Sat 28th March
12pm – 10pm
Junior Sanchez
Todd Terry
Chocolate Puma
Harry Romero
Blaqwell
Armand Pena
Alexander Technique
Tickets here.
Buy Brobot Miami here
Track List 
1. Junior Sanchez – I Need U
2. Blaqwell – Just A Groove
3. Alexander Technique – Drumztrak
4. Armand Pena – Brookyn Crew
5. Michael Moog – Bang Bang
6. Matthew Warren – Get It Now
About Brobot:
Since its inception, Brobot records has played host to some on the biggest names in contemporary house music, with acts such as Felix Da Housecat and Sanchez himself releasing on the label. 2015’s Miami compilation is no different, attracting veterans Michael Moog (‘Bang Bang’) and Alexander Technique (‘Drumztrak’) to the fold. Label ambassador Junior Sanchez’s contribution ‘I Need U’ is an explosive slice of party music, complete with a vocal hook that will keep the track stuck in your head and a beat that will keep your feet stuck firmly to the dancefloor. Armand Pena’s ‘Brooklyn Crew’ brings the east and west coast together with a throbbing bassline and percussive polyrhythms destined to fill clubs in the coming months.
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