With a father who was a record label head and producer, music has always been central to Marcos Garcia’s life. It wasn’t until 2004, however, that he started formulating his own blend of Casio-driven Latin freestyle, Afrobeat and electro. While Chico Mann started as a side project, it’s now Garcia’s main focus, with Analog Drift—a breezy electronic trip that shuffles through African rhythms, Cuban affectations and a smooth funk groove—his second album. Garcia switches between Spanish and English, yet consistency lies in Analog Drift’s even feel and spacious yet tight beat patterns. This is analog’s past looking into the digital future.