Not much is known about synthpop artist Dronf, other than that he’s a solo act hailing from somewhere in New York. His recent release, “Home,” is an intersection of shoegaze noise meeting dreamy modular synthpop with glitchy drum and bass trap beats that has the ability to blow out your speakers and leave you humming the melody.
His emotional vocals sound rejected, with brooding and nostalgic lyrics that don’t quite make sense. The futuristic bass melded with a modern take on early dubstep will annoy even the smallest of laptop speakers, and is best enjoyed in a car or through a subwoofer.
Drone on with Dronf right here: