Carl Warwick´s musical journey started in Middle England at the end of seventies, when as a precocious child he became infatuated with the music of J. S. Bach. Fast forward to the early nineties, and he found himself under the musical tutelage of Steve Palmer, buddhist brother, of Carl Palmer of Emmerson Lake and Palmer fame and he also attended painting courses at the Cheltenham Art School. It was here that he started recording sounds found in his environment. An accomplished drummer, he later joined Girl of the Year, a band that counted John Peel as a fan.
Pronefoal, his dark ambient experimental project started to take shape after he relocated to Prague and dramatically expanded his found sound library. Utilising the production techniques of musique concrete, Pronefoal revells in juxtaposing multifarious sonic fragments recorded in his environment with live instrumentation, conjuring ethereal electronic soundscapes.
His first ambient outing “From Dejvická to Skalka“ appeared in 2001 and leads elegantly into his latest “The East of Western Europe, A Topography of Sound“. Pronefoal’s sonic ouvre, among others, encompasses the original score for experimental film “Horizontal Shaking“, collaborations with professional dancers at the Prague Alfred ve Dvore theatre and long-time cooperation with like-minded project Urban Space Epics. Pronefoal‘s extensive live PA’s include concerts in Russia, the UK, Taiwan and the Czech Republic, where he co-organizes the annual Slunovrat Festival.