Brooklyn singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Gabriel Garzón-Montano recently released his debut album Jardínon Stones Throw Records.
A tribute to his French/Columbian heritage, the album was dubbed one of the “Best Albums Of 2017” by Billboard. Recorded with analog guru Henry Hirsch direct to 2″ tape, Jardín is a record of lush compositions that establishes Gabriel as one of the year’s biggest breakout talents.
Last week, Gabriel shared The Jardín Sessions Mini-Documentary about the making of Jardín. Recorded with analog guru Henry Hirsch, the mini-doc takes a look into Gabriel’s recording process, highlighting the techniques that made Jardín a sonic stand-out this year. It was the last album to be recorded at Waterfront Studios in Hudson, NY before it closed in 2016.