French electronic music producer Erwan Castex a.k.a. Rone was born in 1980 near Paris. Spotted by the InFiné label, Rone released his debut "Bora - EP" in 2008, and was followed in 2009 by his acclaimed debut album "Spanish Breakfast". His second album "Tohu Bohu" (2012), composed when living in Berlin, features the international hits "Parade" and "Bye Bye Macadam". Back in Paris after touring the world, Rone composed "Creatures" (2015), featuring collaborations with The National guitarist Bryce Dessner, French pop icon Étienne Daho, and more. Early 2017, Rone presented a unique creation at the Philharmonie de Paris where he invited friend artists to join the show: John Stanier (Battles), François Marry (Frànçois & The Atlas Mountains), Alain Damasio and the Vacarme trio. The experience was the spark that started Mirapolis, Rone’s fourth studio album in which his neat production blends in perfectly with guest talents KAZU, Saul Williams, Noga Erez, Baxter Dury, Bryce Dessner and John Stanier. 2020 marks a new turn in the artist’s career, starting off with a ten-day carte blanche creation at Paris’ Théâtre du Châtelet with the Ballet National de Marseille. The narrative of the show tackles global issues such as global warming and collapse were the main inspiration for Rone’s fifth album "Room with a View". In 2021, his first film soundtrack "Night Ride" won the Cesar award for Best Film Music.