A Verdigris Reader

Huerco S. 

This is a sort of underrated classic from Huerco S. in my opinion. It was released back in 2014 on Anthony Naples old label Probito. It’s expansive and sounds so good sonically. There’s a vast array of different elements which sort of complete the album as it feels very cohesive. There’s some groovy melodies which lay above lush atmospheric undertones. 

If you’re into any Huerco S. then you’ll definitely be into this. The four tracks feel very complete and they tie in well to his universe of sound, would highly recommend.