Marcos Baianos releases the Deep analog 'Miss Ya' via B.SOUL Music

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Marcos Baianos releases the Deep analog 'Miss Ya' via B.SOUL Music

Marcos Baianos latest analog release 'Miss Ya' via the B.SOUL Music imprint, convey's that essence of the moment in which people like music when they're in love, but they don't need it as much. You need music when you're missing someone or you're pining for someone or you're forgetting someone or you're trying to process what just happened. Produced entirely with analog gear, Marcos tries to convey an important feeling using Rhodes' taste, a chord that drags in a moment of melancholy mixed with serenity, typical of a Brazilian soul. Everything becomes more acidic, when some more complex mechanisms appear until the end of the track, like thoughts that disturb a noble sentiment. He's devoted himself to the rhythms and sounds that stand out to his "Latin" roots, as funky-latin, latin-soul and blues. New experiences, new environments, and extensive music scene, bring Marcos to define his genre, including: emotional pads, deep and electro sounds, tech-beats, break-beats and dark vocals that emphasize his 'black-soul'. All this mix of feelings is accompanied by the voice of the author explaining how he feels when is away from her, according to his heart. Tracklist: 1. Miss Ya (Original Mix) Release Date: 20th April 2015

Marcos Baianos latest analog release 'Miss Ya' via the B.SOUL Music imprint, convey's that essence of the moment in which people like music when they're in love, but they don't need it as much. You need music when you're missing someone or you're pining for someone or you're forgetting someone or you're trying to process what just happened. Produced entirely with analog gear, Marcos tries to convey an important feeling using Rhodes' taste, a chord that drags in a moment of melancholy mixed with serenity, typical of a Brazilian soul. Everything becomes more acidic, when some more complex mechanisms appear until the end of the track, like thoughts that disturb a noble sentiment. He's devoted himself to the rhythms and sounds that stand out to his "Latin" roots, as funky-latin, latin-soul and blues. New experiences, new environments, and extensive music scene, bring Marcos to define his genre, including: emotional pads, deep and electro sounds, tech-beats, break-beats and dark vocals that emphasize his 'black-soul'. All this mix of feelings is accompanied by the voice of the author explaining how he feels when is away from her, according to his heart. Tracklist: 1. Miss Ya (Original Mix) Release Date: 20th April 2015