Barland Garnett

Barland Garnett is the alter ego of Brooklyn-based experimental producer, Thomas Murphy.

His unique sound is stained by a combination of circuits, machines, and warped orchestral instruments.

Barland’s music was conceived from the fusion of primitive forest dawns and the creaks of abandoned factories in the late-night hours.

This particular track (Private Paradise) was manufactured from an Organelle, Arp 2600, Minimoog, MOOD, SH-101, Guitar skronk, and features the subtle magic of Sophie Chernin.

Barland Garnett’s track is a shoegaze slow-burner infused with lo-fi elements of dream pop, avant-garde indie, and a sensual sensation that transports one to a faraway beach, with a cloudy cocktail in hand.

The sound is a nostalgic throwback to a warm time of mystery and hopeless romance. A sleepy waltz into the hazy mist of a cloudy room. It’s quite simply, sublime.

Barland has recently embarked upon an infinite stream of singles. Soundscapes distilled from the urban Brooklyn air. Give him a follow on Instagram.

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Ellis Walker

Poet and freelance journalist.

One thought on “Barland Garnett”

  1. Such an intoxicating track. When listening its hard to focus on anything else. The vocals and the instrumentals get wrapped around you like a warm blanket

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