The Inexplicables bring something truly original to live dance music, effortlessly blending styles ranging from jungle and hip hop to reggae and jazz. They are easily capable of rocking a dance-hungry crowd with their up-beat extravaganza, but are also able to adapt their sets accordingly with exquisitely written dub ballads and heartfelt, intelligent hip hop – simultaneously able to light up the dancefloor or soothe the armchair listener. With soulful vocals and insightful rhymes, accompanied by heavyweight beatbox, infectious basslines and impressive brass and woodwind, The Inexplicables are truly a force to be reckoned with. They are seasoned performers, having toured throughout Europe and headlined some of the UK’s best live music venues and Festivals. Now in 2019 comes the eagerly-awaited new offering ‘Audio Eyes’. A four track EP that continues their rich development as a band and reinforces their reputation as a real force to behold in live dance music. Dark and broody bass-driven works that will equally satisfy the cravings of a dance-hungry crowd as it will the attentive listener looking for lyrical depth and innovative musicianship.
In short it is dance music, but not as the mainstream media would recognise it, this is world and indeed worldly dance music, a sort of universal currency that could be exported anywhere on the globe and be recognised for just how encompassing it is, not to mention brilliant.</blockquote>
—Dave Franklin theswindonian.co.uk
- Kesty - Vocals
- Jack - Beatbox, Guitar
- JD - Acoustic Bass
- Oli - MC
- Matt - Saxophone, Clarinet