It took less than a decade for Rone to establish himself as one of the main artists of the French electronic scene. With five studio albums on the Parisian label InFiné and many collaborations (Alain Damasio, Etienne Daho, Jean-Michel Jarre, Michel Gondry, François Atlas, The National, etc.), Erwan Castex a.k.a. RONE has always sought to break out of his comfort zone by crossing the boundaries of electronic music.
2020 marks a new turning point in the artist's career, starting with Room With A View, a ten-day carte blanche creation at the Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris with (La)Horde and the Ballet National de Marseille. Room With a View addresses global issues such as global warming and collapse, which were the main inspiration for Rone's fifth album, Room with a View, an opus in which he felt the need to connect to his early work of purely instrumental electronic music.
After winning the César for best original music for Frédéric Farrucci's La Nuit Venue in March, Rone won the Cannes Soundtrack award for Les Olympiades directed by Jacques Audiard last july.