Beth Orton Remixes 'Daybreak' with Four Tet Low-key British singer-songwriter Beth Orton releases a collection of alternative takes, B-sides and remixes on The Other Side of Daybreak a sort of companion piece to her last CD, Daybreak). Orton's folk-guitar sound is mixed with elements of electronica provided by Kieran Hebden, a musician better known as Four Tet. Will Hermes has a review.

Beth Orton Remixes 'Daybreak' with Four Tet

Beth Orton Remixes 'Daybreak' with Four Tet

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Low-key British singer-songwriter Beth Orton releases a collection of alternative takes, B-sides and remixes on The Other Side of Daybreak a sort of companion piece to her last CD, Daybreak). Orton's folk-guitar sound is mixed with elements of electronica provided by Kieran Hebden, a musician better known as Four Tet. Will Hermes has a review.

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