Huess "Sister Serena Somewhere"
Today, we have the down-tempo "Sister Serena Somewhere," a fresh track from London producer Huess which enjoys two minutes of blissed-out female vocals, psychedelic guitar strums, and relaxed hip-hop beats. After working out its airy groove for a couple of mintues, the tune gives way to an extended outro of floating noise, fuzzy samples, and warped rhythms. Just in time for the holidays, Huess is offering the other five tracks of his A Meaningless Rain EP as a name-your-own-price download over on his Bandcamp.
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