Premiere: Stream a Track From NAP's Debut Release on 1080P

Fragile opening cut 'Urban Fare' is streaming in full.
Andrew Volk

Andrew Volk

Early next month, Colombian-born, Vancouver-based Daniel Rincon (a.k.a. NAP) will release his debut album, Uncharted, via 1080p.

The nine-track outing finds Rincon exploring "proto IDM and rhizomatic house and techno" with the same fervour and warm touch he applied to his previous guitar-based noise projects. With the production help of Jesse Creed (The Passenger) and Sophie Sweetland (D. Tiffany), Uncharted playfully traverses through a range of left-field electronic spaces, taking in lo-fi house, slowed-down machine-like funk, and rhythmic ambient explorations. With his weapons of choice being the cheapest guitar pedals, grooveboxes, and synths he could find, Rincon has crafted a hazy, smoke-filled sonic space that invites continued exploration.

Ahead of the July 7 release date, you can stream fragile opening cut "Urban Fare" in full below, with Uncharted available for preorder here. Additionally, NAP will be performing at a handful of European tour dates, which you can also find below.

Tour Dates:

July 18 F Lille - Le Rouge
July 20 B Brussels - Bal National
July 24 DE Frankfurt - Café Koz
July 25 DE Kassel - Magic Garden
July 30 DE Dresden - tba

July 31 DE Chemnitz - tba