Bronson: Bronson

Bronson SKU: 40459059
Bronson: Bronson

Bronson: Bronson

Bronson SKU: 40459059

Format: VINYL LP

Regular price $27.98

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Title: Bronson
Artist: Bronson
Label: Ninja Tune
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 5054429141818
Genre: Electronic

Limited clear vinyl LP pressing in gatefold jacket. Includes digital download. 2020 release. Grammy-nominated duo Odesza and acclaimed Australian producer Golden Features have come together to form the powerhouse group Bronson. The self-titled album Bronson pushes the soundscapes of their previous projects to explore the darker edges of dance music. The album features heavyweight collaborations from lau. Ra of Ultraista, Gallant, and Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs. The Bronson album reflects on their respective needs to challenge personal struggles, both internal and external. Moreover, the trio recognized that their own battles were merely microcosms of the surrounding world. The hope was to craft a body of work that was reflective of that duality of lightness and darkness inherent to the human condition.


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