Atomic Bronco is full of contradictions. The songs are retro-inspired yet decidedly modern, punchy and spacious all at the same time. The result is fitting given the unique history of creator Kyle Nuss. Originally from rural Kansas, the former electrical engineer whose past projects include NBA arenas and the Super Bowl is now based in London after completing his master’s degree from the University of Oxford. When he isn’t making music, he works his day job as a concert venue developer for the Madison Square Garden Company.
The debut album from Atomic Bronco, Nightflowers was written, performed, recorded, produced, mixed and mastered solely by Nuss in his London studio, and the remix EP from Nuss' house/dance alter ego Midnight Croquet further expands his sonic capabilities. With influences ranging from classic and alternative rock to house and dance music, Nightflowers and Nightflowers Remixes are the culmination of Nuss’ music making journey, which has included stops along the way performing in cover bands, DJing at night clubs, and dropping into open mic nights. With Atomic Bronco, he has found the vehicle to take his music to the next level, and the future is bright for this budding producer, songwriter, and performer.