Pronobozo, has confirmed the release of his 3rd studio album ‘I Was There’ on October 26th alongside ‘The Stems’, the complete mixer stem collection of his rich back catalogue of work. ‘I Was There’ is one of Pronobozo’s most exciting and accomplished pieces of work to date. Recorded at ZOE Studios, Toronto, the 11 track album is a heart pounding, blood pumping display of energy filled tracks showcasing Pronobozo a master of his machines. Tracks ‘Battle Anthems’, ‘Coming Back’ and ‘Future is Here’ have the Pronobozo trademarked style of caffeine infused beats and build ups geared towards gaming, late night programming, free running, and martial arts.
The title track ‘I Was There’ sees Pronobozo team up with Les Stroud (Survivorman) on instruments with Zoe Holman and Juan Barbosa on vocals pulling together a powerful story detailing the corruption and recklessness of a megalomaniac businessman.
In an interview about ‘The Stems’ release Pronobozo reveals the motives: “With over 10,000 videos on YouTube using our music and 600,000+ downloads from our website alone, I wanted to make sure those content creators and listeners were automatically protected under a Creative Commons (CC) license which would not only allow them to share, remix, and adapt the music but would also allow them to use it commercially. ‘The Stems’ let us go a few steps further by providing the individual mixer tracks from our entire catalogue, this in combination with the CC licenses, we hope, sets a new precedent to the current trends of openness.”
If you have been craving that 90’s electronic music scene akin to The Prodigy, The Crystal Method, or something you’d find on the Hackers soundtrack, Pronobozo brings a similar ‘high tech low life’ vibe to ‘I Was There’. With the success of past hits such as ‘Every Day is a Saturday’, ‘Full Flex’, and ‘Against the Grain’ you can be assured the new album will provide the same healthy mix of electronic styles and energy.
Pronobozo’s album is set for Oct 26th release, previews and pre-orders can be found on iTunes immediately.
Juan Barbosa – www.reverbnation.com/juanbarbosa
Zoë Holman – zoeholman.bandcamp.com
Les Stroud – www.lesstroud.ca
Pronobozo – www.pronobozo.com
Creative Commons – www.creativecommons.org
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