Category Archives: percussion

Inca Maps: Weave


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A very promising debut single Weave’ by London based quartet ‘Inca Maps’ is the perfect summer accompaniment. Synth poppish but with a touch of R&B, Matt Tilling’s complete-spectrum vocals magnificently surf along the wavy brilliance of synthesisers, guitars and intricate percussion created by Leo Morgan on guitars & synthesisers, Tim Horne on bass & synthesisers, and Toby Archer on drums.
‘Weave’ will make you want to break the rules a little and be foolish in a good way. Have fun:

This song was brought to our attention by our friends at Revelry Promotions. You can keep yourself updated with ‘Inca Maps’ at:
http://www.inca-maps.com/
https://www.facebook.com/incamaps/

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Filed under Alternative Pop, arthouse, dreamy, Music, percussion, synth pop

Park Planet: Dropping It


Park Planet, a 3 person band from Glasgow, are out with their slickly executed funktronic labor of love titled ‘Dropping It’. The track, which has a sort of ‘letting go’ mood to it, features impressive percussion work, well-executed beat-ups and wonderful switches in rhythm line, thus living up to its name in mood, melody and technicality. The video is impressively cut as well, featuring imagery, ranging from obvious to psychedelic, that beautifully complements the vibe of the song at that moment. Two thumbs up!

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Filed under drops, Electronic, funk, percussion