Bishouné: Alma del Huila

 To bring forth another Bandcamp goodness, this time we got the New York-based Gabriel Garzon-Montano with his debut release, Bishouné: Alma del Huila.

Almost every track stood out in their own ways, leaving you with a hard time to pick your favorite amongst the gems compiled in this 6-track EP. His musicianship might remind one of D’Angelo or even Prince, but Garzon-Montano seems to be slowly but surely making his way to carve a legacy the way Jai Paul did.

Sparse yet organic production brilliantly executed by this Colombian-bred multi instrumentalist. Moreover, this solo project seems to be emitted through a soulful approach than the collective effort showcased in Gospels, emulating a more indie feel, in which we highly approve of.

Bishouné: Alma del Huila is out now via Styles Upon Styles. Show some love by streaming/ordering the EP here. Written by Natasha Angelica