Despite having a production portfolio stronger than most, Bromance Records captain Brodinski is often described as a “DJ’s DJ.” It’s for good reason, though. His mixes are distinctly themed, effortlessly mixed and most of all conceived independent of current trends. His latest mix meets all these prerequisites. Late Night Alternative is a 19-track set that starts with a fidgety Daniel Avery house jam and ends with Drake’s “Started From the Bottom,” expertly bridging the world of deep house and level-headed dubstep with the dark side of hip-hop’s current club offerings. Tunes from Low Jack, NT89 and Tommy Kruise lead up to Skream‘s “Copy Cat” featuring Kelis, a sort of turning point in the set. Thereafter, vocally driven drama from Lil Wayne, French Montana and Mykki Blanco round out the second half. It’s the perfect late night treat for the bass-craving bunch.