- 6 years ago
Playing tracks by
Franklin Thompson, Slum Village, Nile Rodgers, I love you johnny, Mono Poly and more.
Enigmatic yet modest, Inkswel has traversed the globe - opening for Aloe Blacc and Funkineven at Paradiso in Amsterdam, while spinning records in his home town alongside Dam Funk, Tom Trago and Mark Pritchard. Running weekly club nights in The Croft Institute in Melbourne, Inkswel works to span all genres - Hip Hop, Disco, Boogie, House, Funk and beyond.
Always leaning to the future, a true gentleman of music with a bboy slant.His production skills mirror his djing, diverse yet heavily grounded in a hip hop aesthetic and attitude. Samples, deep synths, drum machines and dirty vinyl play an imperative role in the Inkswel sound.
Releasing hip hop sounds on Wax Museum Records, beat tape-driven house on digital imprint Cuckoo Music, Boogie and Disco vibes on Boogie Bash (March 2011) and more angles and approaches soon to come in 2011 and beyond.