Rone - Spanish Breakfast - 2009 Ambient IDM Techno Deep House Debut 180 Grm LP

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Rone - Spanish Breakfast

Label: Infiné
Cat#: iF1005
Format: 180 Grm Vinyl, LP, Album
Country: France
includes download card
track durations do not appear on record
Released: 10 Nov 2014
Genre: Electronic
Style: House, Techno, Minimal


A1 Intro 1:11
A2 Spanish Breakfast (Video Edit) 3:27
A3 Belleville 6:23
A4 Aya Ama 5:41
A5 Interlude In The Bed 2:03
A6 Poisson Pilote 3:54

B1 Bora Vocal
Vocals – Alain Damasio
B2 Tasty City 5:06
B3 La Dame Blanche
Saxophone – Adrien Roch
B4 Outro 1:04

Phonographic Copyright (p) – Infiné
Copyright (c) – Infiné
Published By – Infiné


Artwork – Les Eclaireurs
Composed By, Producer – Erwan Castex
Illustration – Vladimir Mavounia-Kouka
Mastered By – Rashad Becker
Written By – Alain Damasio (tracks: B1)

Debut full length from French producer/DJ Rone... A record of simmering techno bubbles and gentle wells and releases swimming elegantly over its duration. A playful and woozy effort, Rone fills up the stereo field with widescreen synthscapes and dreamy bleeps popping from every audio crevice. In Spanish Breakfast the young Frenchman has crafted a player that is primed for hazy Spring afternoons bathed in sunshine.

First course: the title track opener is a luminescent mid-tempo lope that's heavy on clacky percussion and atmospherics. After that, it's "Belleville," a confection of treated xylophone and Casio beats. Midway through, a waterfall of crystal synths come in. It's an intimate, neon-delicate affair, markedly different from the speeding, blue-lit sound of ""Flesh."

From there, we veer into slightly more familiar urban territory in the second course, but with a sinister twist. "Aya Ama" and "Poisson Pilote" are slightly askew cavescapes of bass fudge and rubbery percussion.

Third-course highlight "Tasty City" might be the darkest track on the record, with angry skies of screaming cello broken by a contrail of haunting piano. Like Ellen Allien creating a lifeless Berlin on Sool, Rone has composed the soundtrack to a dead Paris after the rise of the machines—just rubble and meaty break beats, illuminated only by chemical fires and the searchlights on hovering drone ships.

Dessert treat "La Dame Blanche" is an ode to haunted White Ladies of both the spectral and pharmaceutical varieties—it's a driving orchestral dance thriller drizzled with sharp wah-wah guitar and ectoplasmic saxophones

Rone - Tasty City

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Label Infiné
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