inc. with Kelela & Total Freedom
Wednesday, May 29 2013
Decibel and The Crocodile proudly present, the Seattle debut of…
with very special guests
$10 Adv. available at http://
Doors at 9pm
All Ages + Bar w/I.D.
2200 2nd Ave, Seattle
:: ABOUT inc. ::
4AD is proud to release inc.’s full-length debut, no world. A soulful opening statement, the eleven-track album provides a calm, inviting, smoke-filled place where voices carry, drums crack through an empty room, and deep lows envelope the air. Angelic and personal, no world is at once declarative and quietly poetic.
no world was written, recorded and mixed by Andrew and Daniel Aged in the winter of 2011. Inspired by their long-standing love for R&B and soul music, it’s also rooted in the brothers’ experiences with the many notable musical figures who they’ve worked closely with in the past. Andrew’s ardent, poignant vocals and nuanced guitar are prominent throughout, while Daniel’s defining contribution is in his expressive bass playing, considered production,
and deep rhythmic awareness.
Having only played a handful of stunning shows since the February release of no world, inc. can now confirm the first leg of their debut North American Tour along with their first ever show in Japan.
Following a special appearance at the Downtown Festival in New York City, they’ll kick things off a couple weeks later with some West Coast performances starting in late May that will take them to the Midwest and Toronto, before immediately flying to across the world to play their first ever date in Japan.
“One of the best albums of 2013” Notion
“inc. liberate R&B in impressive style” Mojo
“A sound that’s familiar, but contagious” NME
“The heartfelt, complex sound is completely cutting edge” LA Times
“no world is a fully-formed, splendidly fluid soundtrack to seduction… These gifted siblings have come of age” BBC
“A masterclass in sultry r’n’b and soul” FACT
“inc. is refreshing, but not because it’s ordinary. Its fusion of smoky, high-pitched vocals and soulful, tricked out sounds is heady, sensual music, the type that both unsettles you with its cryptic shrieks and soothes you with its familiar rhythms” Fader