Xinobi is a part of a generation that grew up within the music-blog eruption fueled by Do It Yourself ethics.
In 2017 he released his sophomore album “On The Quiet” up-fronted by the lead hit-single “Far Away Place”. The album is dance floor-focused story about the transition of many electronic musicians from punk rock and skateboarding into house music and about how dance-music can be a field for social conscious awareness.
2018 will see him grow his catalog with a planned EP to be released on Anjunadeep, another one on MoBlack, plus three Remixes EP on Discotexas featuring names such as Tensnake, Rampa, Pete Herbert and Ali Kuru. After releasing a few solid eps and two full lengths he gained a real recognition among established and well-known artists and opinion-makers, and his underground cult become ampler. Idiosyncratic tracks like Skateboarding, Far Away Place, “(I Hate The Sound of) Guitars”, “Puma”, “Spend the Night” or the outstanding collaboration with The Lazarusman “See Me” really retain attention; remixes, edits and reworks for artists such as Tensnake, Sbtrkt, The Avener, John Grant, Toro Y Moi, Nicolas Jaar, Riva Starr, Agnes Obel, Moullinex and Kris Menace just prove Bruno’s ability to re-arrange amazing music into a whole new universe.
Despite Xinobi’s appetite for devouring various genres, there is a unique watermark and consistency to his output, due not least to his musical and arrangement-based skills.
Together with his friends and work-partners Moullinex and Mr. Mitsuhirato he gave birth to the still-growing-influent Discotexas.