Boomkat Product Review:
"Incursio is Napolian’s debut album for Software Recording Co. A clandestine labor of love, the album was recorded gradually and with great attention over the course of two years. While honing Incursio’s core, Napolian also contributed his co-production and mixing talents to A$AP Ferg’s Trap Lord and the lead track on Kelela’s equally acclaimed CUT 4 Me mixtape. The fifteen songs of Incursio build on Napolian’s first EP for Software, Rejoice, released at age nineteen and his ongoing work and experiences as part of The Renaissance Music Group alongside Dro Carey and labelmates Tariq and Garfield. At its core, Incursio is an instrumental beats record. (We here at Software lovingly refer to it as Encursducing…) What the album isn’t though is an egg hunt — no break record samples, no dust, no crates. No jazz rust, no deconstruction. Incursio is far too liquid and stealth for those tired totems. “Is It Love”, “I’m Yours” and “INTernal” are uplifting and anthemic, while “Principalities” (featuring Garfield), “DARPA” and the album’s title tracks are pure West Coast auditory dystopias. You can only describe “W (Dub)”, “4” and “Reminisce” as rubber funk™. For their part, “Escobar” (featuring Dezo) and “Ἰησοῦς” are confounding, cryotech dance tracks greased with weird detail layers that are at once highly plasticized and yet hooky and tender. "