His work as a producer ended up pushing him into the world of laptops and soundcards, although always maintaining a dissident attitude. Activist of the rhythm, his last incarnation as Bronquio seems in the scene of the trap what The Prodigy has been in the world of drum n bass: a 180 grades revolution. "Bronquio is not 100% trap, although something of its essence remains," explained Santiago in a recent interview. True or false, Bronquio experience is pure energy, a tide of beats and textures that smashes the clubbing culture going into the darker side of the dance floors. Alone or with collaborators (like that girl called 41V1L, pure rap rage), when Bronquio turns on his controller always appears that strange feeling of insecurity. Imagine John Carpenter featuring Crystal Castles in the midst of a rave riddled with spice-addicted zombies. Equally, thinking about that, they will approach the peculiar world of Bronquio, a subculture gestated in a Youtube channel where Santiago Gonzalo shows his smartphone home video productions. Bronquio is the new obsessive-compulsive ableton live soldier.
“I keep the tempo of rap but i use drum machines more rockish, and also electric guitar, percussion and samples”