A Paris-born producer who creates music that is both otherworldly and warm, Erwan Castex launched his career as Rone in 2008.
That same year he was signed to the Infine label by fellow producer Agoria, then his debut album, Spanish Breakfast, landed on the imprint in 2009. In 2011, he moved to Berlin and recorded his sophomore effort, Tohu Bohu, a 2012 release which featured rapper High Priest from Antipop Consortium. The album's single, "Bye Bye Macadam," hit in 2013 thanks in part to a Juan Atkins remix, while that same year the National hired Rone to provide soundscapes for their album Trouble Will Find Me. In 2014 he toured North America alongside Com Truise; his third album, Creatures, landed in 2015 with Etienne Daho and the National's Bryce Dessner among its guests. ~ David Jeffries, Rovi