Fueled by an ethos less bound by genre and more bound by feeling, Brian Leeds makes music for the mind and the (dance) floor, finding lost artefacts and carving out sounds that speak to an altered state of home. His fast-evolving works as Huerco S comes with a sonic palette of recontextualisation, low fidelity, and a subtle sense of humour long missing from the genre. His later ambient works, both as Huerco S and as Pendant, mark a shift away from the club and into a smeared landscape with no clear horizon, channelling an eerie but welcoming uncertainty.