In 2010, Martin changed his musical direction and turned his path to the roots of the music he had always loved and admired. As a Disco Music aficionado, he felt it was the time to dig deep into his extensive record collection from the early seventies to mid eightees and dust off the rare and collectible vinyls. After almost half a year of listening and getting inspired (again), he was ready to pay tribute to the Disco scene and the subgenres it has spawned today.
He started his MB Disco label in the fall of 2010 as an outlet for his music. The feedback from interested collaborators was instant, with releases and remixes from people such as Ilija Rudman, Ray Mang, Chicken Lips and Drop Out Orchestra. Following his unique vision, Martin put out updated versions of classics from the likes of Newcleus and Giorgio Moroder on MB Disco. If that wasn’t enough, even Leroy Burgess featured on another release. We can expect many more interesting collaborations in the future, from the label masterminded by Mr Brodin himself.
Two proud moments back in 2011 when he was asked to remix Sky of Human League, which was released on Wall Of Sound. Second one was the remix he did of legendary Giorgio Moroder and his classic The Chase from 1978.
2012 was a year when lots of people took notice of his work and the result came with releases/remixes for labels like Nang and Compost. He also worked hard on his debut album which will see it’s light in March 2013.
Remixes of tracks from the album comes from some of the most respected names in the circuit of today such as, diskJokke, Bottin, Glimmers, Jacques Renault, Headman and Kasper Björke.
Previous original releases on Gomma, Mullett and MB Disco like Badabing, Cash Money and Blood Stud have been hammered by the likes of Aeroplane, The Glimmers, Tensnake and Erol Alkan just to name a few.
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