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INTERVIEW: Marinsky

Hi Marinsky, welcome to VENTS! How have you been?

Hey Vents, nice to meet you, I am happy to be with you!

Can you talk to us more about your latest single “Ain’t Got No Blues”?

For sure, I really enjoyed to mix the genres with talented artists, the single start well and people are reacting pretty good. It is always a pleasure to saw your track shared by other artist or people.

FDVM, Mingos and Lost Island are supporting and playing the single during their mix so I would like to thank them!

Did any event in particular inspired you to write this song?

I always loved listening “blues song” during trip, it was dear and close to my heart at this point in time to make a track by combining the house & the blues which are two great influence to me.

Any plans to release a video for the single?

I don’t think so.

It is my first single, for the moment I prefer to focus on my future tracks.

Honestly, this track does not need a clip, but I started to think about other singles, which could be coming with a clip!

How was the recording and writing process?

About the guitar line, it was Ted, a French-Canadian who was inspired when I ask him to compose with me.

For the singer, it is a New-Zealand boy called Kieran who directly understood the atmosphere of the single. Funny fact by the way, with Kieran it was a “one shot” about recording his voice, it means a lot for me and the fact than he directly understood the vibes was a good sign for me.

What role does France play in your music?

France has a big past with house music, I grow up with the “french touch” and now I saw a new talented generation of french producer. It is really inspiring when you saw guys like Petit Biscuit, DJ Snake or Madeon succeed at the international.

To me France is a great inspiration, when you see different cultures evolved together and develop new way of producing music, movies shows, it makes you stepping up on your own project.

Known for playing with different genres – how do you normally go on balancing them together?

First, I need a sample from a musician (guitarist, pianist, vocalist how ever) and then I just think about the rest and how I can mix the different genres. I can’t start from scratch, but I’ve something then I focus on it.

Does the new single mean we can expect a new material – how’s that coming along?

I’m always trying to find new inspirations from different cultures! The next single will be inspired by the Brazil, with an amazing top line from “the Barbatuques”!

Any release date or title in mind?

In few months, I’m already composing for an EP right now. But for the moment, I cannot say more.

Any plans to hit the road?

Gigs in France to hit the road… Jack 😉

What else is happening next in Marinsky’s world?

I’ve an other project called “COZY”, it is more pop than Marinsky, I really enjoy composing music and I wanted to split my two loves (House & Pop).

So I’m producing on the two projects at the same time. I take my time with Marinsky, but I’m only releasing songs that I love!

I can assure that, when I will have a new single, I’ll contact you 🙂

Thanks VENTS, a pleasure to be with you and for those who discover me, stay on touch; I’ll have some news soon!

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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