The 85 decibel Monks observe:
*** The Nobel Doctrine ***
Go, produce tracks and draw influences from many styles.
Combine mid-90’s boom-bap drum kits, consistent 85 to 95 bpm’s, along with an improvisational twist,
from various instruments behind the beat, and what the listener receives is a cross between Hip-Hop
and Jazz, a niche music genre called “Nu-Jazz” or "Trip-Hop".
Under the direction of producer Tack-Fu, and his production team titled the "85 decibel Monks," tweaking
Tack-Fu and his production team have been hammering out beats in his recording lab for over 10 years.
"Listeners should get a musical experience, not just repetitive loops layered on top of each other.
"Tack-Fu is an artist in the recording studio," explains Grover Beats, an active member of
Every recording is designed to guarantee the ultimate listening experience. Phat beats, groovy
“Tack and his 85 decibel Monks have their own individual flavor”
“A showcase of the superb production that sets great hip-hop from the rest of the lot.”
“Tack-Fu’s major weapon is his bass lines, which take on a life of their own”
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