Meet NAPT, a duo from London who sound is self-described as “pure N-Funk.” Whatever you define N-Funk as, listen to some of NAPT’s tracks and you’ll clearly see that it’s both all over the place, and intrinsically dope. In this post you’ll see that their sound forays into electro, breaks, and house, but look into more of their tunes for an even wider variety!
These guys just released an EP (artwork above), with the title track Bass proving to be some real next level electro. You can tell they’ve done their homework with what’s hot right now, but the track is a lot more than just the gulping bass riffs and kinetic and uplifting breakdowns that people love these days. There’s a ton of detail put into the production, keeping it interesting and giving it some wolfgang-esque polish. The next track, another from their EP tiled Lock The P, creates an atmosphere that I’ve described as an extraterrestrial jungle, with its extended opening intro and the unexpected drop that literally got me out of my seat. The last track from them is an older remix house remix they did for Slyde’s track Frequency. Over THREE years old, this track still holds up with the best of them with its crisp, catchy beats and deep, rolling electro lines.