Disquera: Stones Throw Records
Brooklyn musician Gabriel Garzón-Montano first earned notoriety when Drake sampled “Six Eight,” a track from his 2014 debut Bishouno: Alma del Huila. This follow-up reveals his talent for strangely poetic lyrics –- “Something in the wind tastes so sweet” –- and oddly charming melodies. “Fruitflies” has a chime-like lullaby tone, while “Crawl” and “Balloon” have a shuffling funk rhythm. In fact, much of Jardin could be filed under the current nu-funk revival being pushed by indie artists like Jordan Rakei and Moonchild. However, Garzón-Montano’s penchant for loopy choruses, like when he sings, “I get back in my balloon, and meet my baby on the moon,” makes him an iconoclast that evades comparison.
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