The recordings involving inimitable Georgia-born, New York-based drummer Deantoni Parks have covered a variety of styles, most of them progressive in approach. He is a member of brand-new influx contortionists Kudu and artwork rockers Bosnian Rainbows. Being a documenting and executing drummer, he spent some time working with a wide scope of performers which includes Yohimbe Brothers, Alice Smith, Me’Shell Ndegeocello, the Mars Volta, John Cale, and Traveling Lotus. Parks in addition has found time and energy to make materials under his very own name, which runs from high-powered synth pop instrumentals to chopped-up beatscapes. Contact But Don’t Appear premiered in 2012 through RLP, controlled by regular collaborator Omar Rodríguez-López. Technoself appeared three years down the road the Rocks Throw-affiliated Departing label.