FAYC works as much as part of traditional music from african, afro-cuban and arabic cultures, than in Jazz and actual musics (House music-Electro-Rap-Rn'B-Funk-Soul-World) register. He aims at broadcasting the "drum tradition", wich has ever been inparted orally, by cultures that knew how to protect and keep alive the elders knowledge, while developing it, without using our occidental music-writing mode (or lately).
The "musical interbreeding" is for FAYC a way to present the wealth of this "drum's science".
His first LP DRUMS IN DA HOUSE, in a House-Electro style mixed with traditional drumming, drawn towards Dance Music, presents a musical interbreeding among electronic sounds (sampled in Electro/House style) and the African, Afrocuban, Arabic and Spanish traditional percussions. Three main themes served through several versions (the project is born from the request of Djs who played with FAYC, and it was at the begining imagined only for the Djing) : with & without percussions, Clubmix & Radio Edit versions.
Each theme reveals an environment made of different influences : the Dance sound of the 80's/90's played with tumbadoras for I Want Yo' Lov', a Latin Dance atmosphere for 17 Calle Granada played on cajón and full of alma flamenca, and lastly an Electro/Lounge sound for Drums Ride By Night where darbuka, bongo, tumbadoras, jembe and timbales take their solos space one by one, in the Jam Session or Descarga spirit.