Nick Marks is a New York based composer, producer and electronic music artist. His music is popularly dubbed as “cinematic jazz electronica” and with good reason. Despite being instrumentals, Nick’s layered soundscapes build a world, detailed with structures, ideologies, stories, and feelings. His style is significantly progressive as he feeds traditional classical scores and potent waves of jazz with post-modern electronic design and blueprint. He further seasons it with neo-soul and blues elements. There is experiment, excitement, and energy. His latest track, Dorongo brings out the musical ideals of Nick Marks more articulately than this writer. 

The artist cultivates his vision using distortive techniques, finding symphonies in the ruins. Dorongo opens with slicing synths, cutting through a rippling sonic background. Jazz trumpet melodies bloom through the electric canvas, underlined by dubstep and mercurial best cycles. He also brings the improvising bandwidth of jazz with stellar flute frames. Ambient classical orchestral screens dilate the space between, flush with sentiment and synths. The artist debuted early this year with his single, Ride The Dragon, making this his sophomore release. 

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music! 

You can listen to Dorongo by Nick Marks here –