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Boomkat Product Review:
The second album from jazz-improvising multi-instrumentalist Nat Baldwin sees him again treading down the mucky path of outré pop, making simple jangly indie tracks sound totally obtuse and almost avant garde. It makes for quite an interesting listening experience too, as you all no doubt know, we make no secret of our sworn allegiance to pop music – yep we’ve made a pact with the top 40 devil, and when people wrap up pop music in blankets of strings, well – we can’t resist. Apparently Baldwin comes from an upright bass background which would explain the string fetish, and his musical prowess and unusual choice of lead pulls him more into the realms of Neutral Milk Hotel or Beirut than your average guitar fronted indie hopeful, which is always a good thing in my book. I suppose strings ‘n pop could be the next big thing – what with Joanna Newsom on the cover of everywhere except Razzle (oh please Santa…) the future is surely planned. With that in mind you’d better get into the whole thing quickly so you can say you’ve been there and done that before anyone else catches wind of it – remember you heard it here first though! A gallant journey into foppish hopefulness, and a lovely one – recommended.