Bron y Aur

1995 to 2007
Milano, Italy

Playing together since 1995, the four members of Bron y Aur, attracted soon attention thanks to the quality of the first two demotapes (1997 and 1998) and obviously for two previous albums.
Always considered a band who take roots in the seventies, they don’t hide having spent their days in youth between Zeppelin and Sabbath, to be fascinated then by the german kraut rock and free jazz.
This unusual mix generates an original and open-minded band able to exalt its own rock roots as to interact with musicians of different extractions.


May, 2007
15 tracks
50 minutes

Since over 10 years together, Bron y Aur have developed different forms of music influences rooted in 70′s avant rock from shadows of Black Sabbath to kraut/progressive.

This new release, Millenovecentosettantatre (1973), sounds as their more experimental and rejuvenated production, especially if compared with their former jams essions like pieces, – almost a maturity excercise, – a sort of eclectism which tries to overstep mere free improvvisation, yet without being radio friendly.


July, 2005
4 tracks
25 minutes

Vol4 is the - obvious - forth release by the italian free-kraut-rock combo.

And it's - obvious - dedicated to their 70s roots.

Cherry on the cake: a Sam Cooke cover.

Quien Sabe?

October, 2004
11 tracks
44 minutes

Third album of this italian Rock band. The rock matrix is less present repect their past, even if for experienced ears it won’t be hard to find the result of psichedelic jam sessions, so spontaneous rock as well as so precise and methodical has been the treatment on the mixer.

Between 13 & 16

October, 2001
8 tracks
50 minutes

This is the second album of the band, conceived when the band gathers in order to give shape to some intuitions born in their jam sessions, leaving the improvisation take the main meaning.
In the following reorder and selection of the material all the parts considered even partially fruit of a composition have been eliminated, the improvisations emerge like the most inspirated moments.

The subsequent mixing , where Edoardo Ricci and Jacopo Andreini took part, have been really important in the assembling and treatment of the materials: Bron y Aur becomes part in the large formation of musicians who used the recording studio like an instrument.