Native Eloquence eases you into the Winter

Native Eloquence, the solo project of Los Angeles’ multi-instrumentalist and composer Adam Hirsch, has recently released his self-titled debut EP via Stereocure.

All the tracks in the eponymous EP were written, recorded and produced by Hirsch.
“Weaving dense sonic tapestries from disparate influences” as the EP blurb describes, “Hirsch brings to bear a background in jazz, a keen ear for beats, and a native honesty.”

The Native Eloquence EP is like a warm and fluffy blanket you will want to wrap yourself in as the days get shorter and colder (if you’re in the northern hemisphere, that is).
‘Easy Winter’ and ‘Whalebone’ are two of the dreamy cuts crafted by Native Eloquence. Listen to them below and stream or download the EP on his bandcamp.


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