Oliver Horton walks us through a poetic dream world on the experimental deep green. Beyond convention, Horton’s music flows like water. It’s refreshing, but impossible to tame. It serves to induce meditational respite, demanding you engulf yourself in it’s intricate design. Embracing the experimental ethos of acts like Dirty Projectors and Grizzly Bear, it’s undeniably fresh and original. Horton’s affinity for deep green is one of admiration and wonder. The Chicago based songwriter is new to the scene. Arrangements this good should captivate the attention of indie music lovers everywhere, he shouldn’t remain underrated for long.