Baraclough are a London-based trio consisting of a classically-trained musician, a self-taught musician, and a non-musician. With a distinctive palette of woozy electronics, raw and processed recordings, combined with vocals and abstract sounds, Baraclough produce a unique aural aesthetic that is hypnotic yet agitating, intimate yet awkward. Since their inception in 2006, Baraclough have performed in a variety of bizarre locations such as a Kilburn rock pub and a former Turner Prize winner's stock cupboard. Baraclough recently released their debut album 'Hello Animal' on Forris, their audio publishing cooperative. Mastered by the legendary Denis Blackham (Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Kraftwerk & more) the album contains a selection of live favourites and previously unheard works. Baraclough, and their ‘angry bear’ are a Joy Division for the laptop age, echoes of somebody sharpening knives in your ear before. - Sandman Magazine [Baraclough] flip switches, faze and layer a sound soup with intermittent bursts of Baraclough idiosyncrasies. They make dark wave programmed muzik of which I witnessed first hand at a studious gig set up in an art gallery come flat “Divus’ in the eastend of London. Thoughtful and mind bending, Baraclough may never be mainstream but streaming into the mains is what they do best. - P.I.X Magazine Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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