Listen to Rone's 'Apache' EP for InFiné
- Words: Melkorka Licea
For patient Parisian producer Rone, 2013 saw the artist continuing his habit of releasing only a small handful of works, including a set of remixes and the Tohu Bonus EP. More recently, Rone popped up on InFiné's free compilation in early 2014 and announced the upcoming release of his Apache EP, which is now available to stream in full before it arrives next week.
Apache kicks off with "Bachi-Bouzouk," a highly charged dancefloor cut featuring skittering synths and crashing cymbals, is followed up by the title track, a matured and contemplative counterpart, and closes with the whining synths and shuddering bass of the moody "Origin." Before Apache officially drops on April 7—the same day as labelmate Downliners Sekt's Silent Ascent LP (stream that here)—the record can be heard in its entirety below, where Rone's upcoming US tour dates are also available.
03.04 - Glasslands, Brooklyn - USA
04.04 - Corona Theatre, Montreal - CAN
06.04 - Museum of Contemporary Art, Detroit - USA
08.04 - Schubas Tavern, Chicago - USA
09.04 - Echo, Los Angeles - USA
10.04 - 1015 Folsom, San Francisco - USA
12.04 - Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival Do Lab Stage, Indio - USA
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