Rone is a producer that fully embodies the spirit of being an artist. Refusing to follow the trends, Rone has searched far and wide to collaborate with a wide range of artists, curators and musicians. Much more than just an audio producer, Rone had a close relationship with the visual aspect of music and has continually developed the two in unison.
His music isn’t straight dancefloor, but it sits in the position of operating in the leftfield clubs, whilst still being just as listenable at home in the lounge or bedroom.
In Early February 2016 Rone released his third studio album entitled “Creatures”. The 12 track album features collaborations with avant-garde Japanese trumpeter Toshinori Kondo, The National (band)’s guitarist Bryce Dessner, Canadian dream-pop/post-folk singer Charlotte Oleena (a.k.a. Sea Oleena), French-Lebanese multi-instrumentalist and singer Bachar Mar-Khalifé, François & the Atlas Mountains’ leader François Marry and cellist Gaspar Claus. A French edition of the album also features French rock/pop icon singer Etienne Daho.
Rone’s most successful video to date “Bye Bye Macadam”, taken from the 2012 Tohu Bohu album…
Right before Björk in 2015, Rone releases the first video clip in virtual reality, making him a pioneer in the field.
Check out his latest music video here.
Rone plays Tobacco Dock on March 12th for Bonobo Presents Outlier