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Over the past few years, inc. no world (AKA inc.) has created a sound and live experience all their own.
Drawing from a place of true inward looking, they carry a song that is soulful, ethereal, uplifting and tender.
Inspired by the liberating ability of music, and their experiences playing gospel, experimental, and soulful music since their early teens. The brothers began with mutually prodigious abilities on their instruments leading them to play with many the legends they grew up listening to.
Brothers Andrew Aged (Lead Vocals/Guitar) & Daniel Aged (Bass, production, vocals) have created a small ripple that seems to continue grow. With an audience spread out internationally.
After a few songs and shows in 2010, they gained notice by classic UK label 4AD who, released their Debut album
“No World” in 2013. The album crystallized a sound for them and their audience, and came with praise and open ears.
Landing a place on Grand Theft Auto V Soundtrack, Invitation by Deepak Chopra to perform at events, and collaboration with UK singer FKA Twigs.
After taking some time to re-collect, with Andrew moving to Hawaii, and Daniel touring with various acts,
They are back and more centered than ever. Ready to open the next door.
In may 2016, they shared “The Wheel” a very live-recorded soulful-trip-love-song which has been opening ears, and are now in the midst of their next chapter, with Album 2 coming this year. Stay Tuned.
“inc. liberate R&B in impressive style.” MOJO (4/5)
“Delightfully seductive.” Loud and Quiet
“One of the best albums of 2013.” Notion – Album Of The Month
“The heartfelt, complex sound is completely cutting edge.” LA TIMES
“Sensual, organic, modern soul tracks you wish Prince was still making” Uncut
“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.” The FADER