Nia Archives shares Brazilian-influenced new song and video ‘Baianá’

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The track sees the producer sampling barbatuques, a traditional Brazilian choir.

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Nia Archives has shared a new Brazilian-inspired track and video – watch ‘Bayana’ below.

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The track marks the producer’s first solo release since the release of his EP ‘Forbidden Feelings’ in March this year.

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Discussing the sample ‘Bayana’ from the traditional Brazilian choir barbatuques, Nia Archives said: “I have always been a huge fan of samba music, bossa nova music and Brazilian culture and have been a fan of barbatuques for some time.

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“When I was looking at my samba/bossa playlist and thinking about songs to sample, ‘Calvey’ stood out to me. When I started making it, the original version was so bouncy that I could find it hard. wanted to make… so I flipped it to this crazy Amen brake roller with Reese’s bass line. I feel like it really showcases my work and style as a producer.”

Watch the video for ‘Calve’, shot on location in Brazil, below.

Nia Archives’ ‘Forbidden Feelings’ EP Review, NME wrote: “On her second EP, Nia Archives proves that she is not only a leader for a new generation of drum’n’bass ravers, but solidifies her place as an elite producer. Not only does the craft seem as electrifying as this one, but use your skills to extract and feel universal emotions and truths. Few – if any – are doing so right now along with Nia.”

He has since released a joint single, ‘Mash Up the Dance’, in collaboration with Watch the Ride.

Co-produced by Nia, who won the Best Producer award at the BandLab NME Awards 2022 in March, the track also features the Bradford-born, London-based producer/DJ.

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talking to NME Regarding an upcoming release last month, she said: “I’m also working on the next EP, which looks amazing, if I may say so myself. I’m quite a selfish creator and I love what I create. : I made a tune two weeks ago, and I’m so excited because it gave me a window into what the album I might make in the future will look like. It’s really broken what I think people expect from The Jungle do, and there’s a real musicality to it.

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