Huron‘s latest EP Ceruleantapes is sultry, soothing and passionate. In just four brief cuts, the ear can’t help but be moved by the brilliance.
“Say Yes” starts things off in a gentle mood, but proceeds to blow us away acoustically. “Adorn (Version 4)” plays off interpolation of a familiar smash, but enhances the psychedelic feel. The pulsating percussion adds vivacious layering and attracts any R&B lover. “One In A Million” is a modernized cover of this groundbreaking cut. And finishing things out with “Teenage Fever” a folk-inspired guitar-laden approach which would make Aubrey re-think a thing or two.
Isaia makes these songs his own regardless of who wrote them. His play with these melodies has won me over from a fan perspective, but also showcases how massive this kid is going to turn out. Shout to Shrek and stay tuned for more.