Multi-Instrumentalist Adam Hirsch, one of the foundational members of the Stereocure family, arrives as a Stereocure artist with this self-titled EP. Weaving dense sonic tapestries from disparate influences, Hirsch brings to bear a background in jazz, a keen ear for beats, and a native honesty. These songs have a true lyricist at their core: “Time on my hands and I can’t wash it off”, he sings, and time is a major theme on this record. Hirsch juxtaposes this preoccupation with time’s passing against the echoing dreaminess of the production, and these contrasts are ultimately what make this record so inviting. Adam is an expert at balancing diverse impulses and creating space for the listener in between. When he played his first Stereocure concert, we projected the documentary series Planet Earth in the background. It made sense. He’s a whole ecosystem. We are proud to present Native Eloquence.
released 20 August 2012
All tracks written, performed, and produced by Adam Hirsch.
Recorded at Fairchild Chapel, Bear Pond, and C21 in Oberlin, OH, January 2012.
Mixed and mastered at Top Tomato in Mar Vista, CA, July 2012.
Released on Stereocure
Original artwork by Small Killer Mammal
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