irish songsThe WWW Virtual LibraryRone And Filip Piskorzynski Continue The Story Of A Floating Woman In Their New Music VideoEver since his 2009 album Spanish Breakfast, Parisian musician Rone has taken the French dance music scene by storm, earning nods from artists like Laurent Garnier, Pantha du Prince, and Sasha. Rone’s music stands apart from standard club music fare thanks to his affinity for syncopated rhythms that take the four-to-the-floor format and build on it thoughtfully, ending up with a product that is as effective and engaging on a pair of headphones as it is on a packed dance floor. On his new album Tohu Bohu, out this November on InFiné, Rone furthers the sound he established with Spanish Breakfast with a new, restless vibe found. As Rone puts it, “Tohu Bohu is a representation of my own chaos, which I have harnessed, worked my way through, and committed to record.” We spoke to Rone and Piskorzynski to find out more about “Parade.” The Creators Project: Can you tell us about the creation of the video? Can you tell us a bit more about shooting the video? @CreatorsProject
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