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Boomkat Product Review:
Originally issued by the Brah label and co-produced by Oneida's Kid Millions, Company's Old Baby was duly snapped up by Jagjaguwar, granting the band wider exposure. It's an album that combines various elements of classic Americana with a rougher, lo-fi finish, perhaps reminiscent of Songs: Ohia/Magnolia Electric Co. in places albeit with no single voice guiding the album. While some of the album serves up memorable country rockers like 'Ain't That Bad' and 'Old Crow's Complaint' you'll also come uncover lower key triumphs like the Stephanie Rabins-fronted 'Poison Ivy', which employs a folksy agenda, based around memorable, classic melodies supported by rumbling toms and simply picked electric guitars. There's certainly no appetitie for innovation on show here, but the band's take on timeless American songwriting forms with a consummate skill, and Old Baby has much to recommend it.