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Boomkat Product Review:
You might not be familiar with the name but Ted Barnes was the co-writer and guitarist on the first three Beth Orton albums. Described by his label as a national treasure, Barnes has come up with a sound somewhere in-between Jon Brion (Kanye West/Aimee Mann/Fiona Apple producer) and an instrumental Nick Drake. However, these tracks are never as whimsical as Brion or as mournful as Drake, instead we have a collection of charming and beautifully produced eclectic folk music. In some ways this is the sort of album the scene has been missing – most albums of this kind are affiliated with some film or another, and have to be littered with the obligatory S Club 7 track or whatever to please the production companies; ‘Underbelly’ is however just great music from start to finish. Uncluttered and lovingly crafted, this is an album that stands out of time – something that I could imagine coming back to in 5 years and enjoying just as much as I do now. Highly recommended.