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Rone's production philosophy: "Ironically, looking inward is the best way to touch an audience"

21 August 2013 News


By Emma Robertson

Paris-born Erwan Castex has been making music as Rone since 2008, when his debut 12”, R-Force-One, released on InFiné, garnered support from artists like Massive Attack, Lee Burridge, and Sasha, to name a few. Since then, he’s cultivated a niche in French electronic music, increasingly becoming known for his intricate productions and abstract, melodic style. 2012’s Tohu Bohu and its 2013 follow-up, Tohu Bonus, harness the musical influences of Berlin, which Rone calls his “adoptive city.” We sat down with Castex to talk about making music for himself, his love-hate relationship with Paris, and the small details that make a …read more

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