Einer der zwingendsten Künstler der experimentelleren Housemusic kann Klangräume eröffnen wie vielleicht noch Pierre Henry oder Eric Dolphy. Unterstützt wird er u.a. von Angus Andrew, dem Frontman der Liars.
Bruno Pronsato returns with his first new artist album in 6 years. Entitled US Drag, it's the follow-up to 2011's critically acclaimed Lovers Do--- lauded by Pitchfork as a “striking and massive statement," and decorated with a 4.5/5 rating by Resident Advisor. The new record, which finds the ex-punk rock drummer exploring dense, interlocking rhythms and unorthodox tuning systems, was recorded in Berlin during the second half of 2016, and features a collaboration with Liars' frontman Angus Andrew. After the vast, complex arrangements of his previous albums, the 9 recordings on US Drag are relatively more upfront and direct, with a particular focus on bells, tuned percussion and the Sequential Circuits Six-Trak synthesizer (used to create many of the album's synth parts). Pronsato’s ongoing collaboration with Yonatan Levi continues, with the Israeli bassist appearing on the album's second track.