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Boomkat Product Review:
Apparently Australian artist Ned Colette has a background in academic modern composition, yet there’s little evidence of a proclivity towards electroacoustic composition or atonal string quartets on this stark, remote-sounding album of atmospheric song craft. Accompanied principally by his guitar on ‘Song For Louis’ and ‘The Laughter Across The Street’, Collette hits many of the usual reference points: Leonard Cohen, Nick Drake etc, but his exemplary standard of writing saves him from getting lost in the crowd. There is some deviation from traditional singer/songwriter fare however: ‘Heaven’s the Key’ is coated in waves of guitar noise and echoing drums, and ‘Boulder’ brings a sudden break in tone which sees Collette incorporating analogue synths and pastoral strings (a la Air) into his sound.