Arran Arctic | The Boy In Brown

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The Boy In Brown

by Arran Arctic

Intricately layered soundscapes conjured with acoustic instruments and flourishes of electronica, plus good old fashioned songwriting. A haunting collection of songs. Championed by BBC Radio Scotland's Jim Gellatly.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Lonely Accordion
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1:34 $0.99
2. Origin
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7:15 $0.99
3. Tight Lipped Lover
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5:52 $0.99
4. Heart of Hearts
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5. A Cold Wind
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6. Ribbons
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7. The Soothsayer
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8. Snow
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9. Funny One
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10. From Husbands At Sea
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11. Atlantic
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12. Widow's Weed
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"Arran Southall makes what would work nicely as a soundtrack for a documentary on the wildlife of desolate moors, country roads with only the occasional horse and cart disturbing the tranquility, boats drifting off a millpool-calm coastline. Mixing drones - themselves an ancient sound often appropriated by rather more progressive musicians - and decidedly non-’rock’ instruments like concertina and pedal organ, Arran equally draws comparisons with nu-folk artists like King Creosote and soundscapers such as Sigur Ros. Immerse yourself in his world." - Is This Music? (Online Scottish magazine), 4.5 out of 5 stars

"intimately dazzling, understated music... Southall’s intrinsic and touching soft melodies ooze passion and mystique as they wander and weave their way to our ears with a seemingly indefinite end. Upon first listen you’ll stop dead in your tracks, entranced by the sublime structure of the tunes. The hushed vocals breed such a profound tranquility that you wouldn’t be blamed for taking a seat as Southall lulls you into his delicate world" - Knox Road (music blog)


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