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Boomkat Product Review:
Nick Castro and his newly formed accompanying band the Young Elders have clearly got a deep-seated love for late 60s early 70s British folk music. Not that it’s a bad thing, but when you base your band around the works of Pentangle and Fairport Convention you should really try to write songs that don’t sound identical. There’s a real penchant for this kind of folk in the modern music scene at the moment, and with the help of British telly in the shape of the excellent Folk Britannia documentaries many younger listeners are able to see where the hell it all came from in the first place. So we’ve ascertained that Castro sounds a bit ‘acid folk’ but I must say that although he’s not afraid to wear his influences on his sleeve he can still write a good tune – ‘One I Love’ for instance is a beautiful ‘Scarborough Fair’-lite folk ditty bound to please Espers fans everywhere. So, you know what you’re going to get with ‘Come into my House’, just make sure you’re not allergic to the sound of Bodran.