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Boomkat Product Review:
Alessi Laurent-Marke isn't even out of her teens yet, but somehow she moves to Bella Union having already had a record deal with Virgin (her debut, Notes From The Treehouse, was produced by Bright Eyes' Mike Mogis). Given the delicate folk stylings of her music - not to mention her ridiculously young age - it's all very tempting to compare Laurent-Marke's music with that of Laura Marling, but in vocal terms she's more a cross between Emiliana Torrini and Chan Marshall. It's the voice that's likely to draw the ear the most here, as while the songs show a far greater level of maturity than their writer's age would ever suggest, they tend to follow a fairly well-worn country-folk trajectory. Still, the rustic, warm recordings (made at the legendary Toe Rag studios) and the immaculate, characterful performances can't help but put you under their spell for this all too short four-song/ten-minute EP.