Maximilian Hoeft - Hue
The self taught musician and producer Maximilian Hoeft shares with us his latest single, “Hue.” This beautifully composed, downtempo/ambient track is filled with lush details that will hook in every listener.
Opening the track is is an ethereal pad that is paired with a minimal and dreamy melody. Together they bounce off one another and are quickly greeted by an organic sounding beat - one deep in texture as it carries the rhythm in a relaxing manner.
“Hue” has a natural progression, one where everything flows at its own time and pace. The main melody found throughout the track continues to float until the end, finding a peaceful and beautiful exit.
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