Hueston doesn’t find easement in this wave of commercialism plaguing the music industry of today. A soul tested and strained in an orchestration of street ragged individualism mixed with a ‘fuck you’ attitude. He is currently putting the final touches across his debut solo mini-album which has been majorly self-contained with the exception of a few select collaborators such as Todd Spadafore and Brandon Sammons.
Make no mistake time has done nothing short of evolving his sound. With a voice and energy of a mystic viking, the only thing overshadowing his vocals is his wild fingerings on the six string.This man ain't nothing to play with.
Take a seat and admire.
Middle fingers up.
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“It was like being in a relationship where you’re just comfy, but you’re not in love with it anymore, and all the small things that go with that,” is how Cory Hueston described his remaining moments as part of The Blancos.
Following up their impressive debut song “BKCBD,” New York City duo The Blancos return with another edgy track that’s difficult to nail down and define in a single genre. Like the song that came before it, “Cameras” combines the accessibility of pop music with a gritty rock vibe and an overall. feel that’s heavily influenced by hip-hop.