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Boomkat Product Review:
The artist known as Don Froth commits a sterling side of wistful balearia and dusted downbeats placing him as a modern day Eden Ahbaz sequestered at a countryside Finca on the mediterranean island of Mallorca.
With little internet, lots of sun, and throughout a damp winter, Julian Smith (Don Froth) patched Jane In Palma together from endless hours of experimental jams directly inspired by his surroundings and the three episodes of Hawaii Five-O that he downloaded to his laptop using airport wi-fi.
The result is a deeply charming, 13 track record-cum-diary of his time on Mallorca, running through like a faded photobook montage of days at the beach, in the pines, reminiscing about friends and family and pretending he was a whole band by himself, using only two microphones and an array of acoustic and electronic gear to forge a genuinely out-of-time-and-place feel that’s dead easy to relate to if you’re in to anything from Ducktails to Mark Barrott and the Seahawks, or even the recent Delroy Edwards album.