Hundred Waters is magically enigmatic.
Here's a band that uses modern technology, meticulously produced synthesizers and pianos, to create a kind of music that could only be achieved at this moment in history. Yet it also sounds as though it should've been world famous 50 years ago.
Think Nat King Cole meets Tame Impala. It's at that dusty and desolate corner of the musical sphere, where nylon-string guitars are lit by neon lights, that Hundred Waters flourishes. And how this foursome has flourished.