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Boomkat Product Review:
It’s that time of the week again, when we stick the pin in the map of the US of A and it lands on Portland. I know, I know, you thought you’d heard every piece of music that Oregonian paradise could possibly cough out, but no – there’s more. This time we are introduced to the music of Marcus Cotton, who prefers to be known as Channel In Channel Out, and his debut is a warming and familiar blend of the lo-fi weirdness of Daniel Johnston and the dry folk of Neil Young. There’s something half-heard yet honest about Cotton’s compositions, and the homespun production does more than enough to set it apart from similar sounding artists. A good comparison might be the similar Portland-associated Peter Broderick, but where Peter’s focus has always been a little ‘classical’ at its heart, Cotton’s is well and truly folk.