Boomkat Product Review:
One of minimal Tech-House's most consistently engaging artists, Bruno Pronsato returns on a deeply sophisticated third album. In recent years his experimental style has reached further than many in his scene, especially on the free-flowing 38-minute odyssey 'The Make Up The Break Up'. 'Lovers Do' shifts him ever closer to the hallowed echelons of Ricardo Villalobos, Reboot or Luciano, displaying an ever-increasing mastery of his craft and a timelessly idiosyncratic approach to groove construction and composition. Technically each track is defined by plush, velvet-sagging but propulsive bass and spatially rendered to the highest degree, creating opulently sophisticated yet slightly psychedelic spaces for the mind and feet to do their own thing. In this finely simulated space Bruno weaves a certain sort of sensually jazzy magic, from long lines of fluid melody, to squirts of off-kilter percussion, and kinkily smudged harmonics for sweetly enveloping effect. Each track is pieced together with a deceptively organic flow (actually the result of intense studio detailing), and the whole thing gels together as a perfect after-hours listen, something we think he had his clearly had his mind on. RIYL Villalobos.