Kincaid may be young and a fresh face who's emerging from London's fertile scene but he has been learning his craft, plying his trade and honing his productions under alternative guises for many years. Taking such time to absorb his influences into his work and establish his techniques has allowed him the space to develop an experimental style, inspired by global sounds that belong to any, all and no specific genre(s) but steeped in the history of electronic music whilst sounding very much unique, fresh and relevant to today's underground clubbing landscape.
Kincaid's solo output and his joint efforts with Sinàl have led to releases on Disco Halal, Sol Selectas, Of Unsound Mind and Polymath amongst other labels of such high reputation and quality of output. There are many more exciting releases on respected labels to follow, including work with his father Neil Arthur, also known as 80’s synth sensation, Blancmagne. He continues to awe with his eclectic take on a broad range of genres from now until his incredible abundance of ideas run dry. Although there is no sign of that being the case any time soon.
Overall his performances blend a variety of styles and take the crowd in many unexpected music directions, always aiming to create an unpredictable atmosphere similar to his records and unlike few others else spinning today.