This is Craigus Barry Esq’s music collection on Bandcamp.

Craigus Barry Esq

  1. Birmingham, UK
  2. Electronic
  1. collection 49
  2. wishlist 17
  3. followers 5
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  1. No Short Stays
    by The Crawling Eye
  2. Xmas
    by Bethany Kay
  3. Balloon Hospital
    by Bethany Kay
    appears in 1 other collection
  4. Amongst the Shielings
    by Bethany Kay/The Nature Centre
  5. Crow and Poe
    by Fuzzy Cracklins Presents
  6. Sangue
    by Sangue
  7. All The Gear and No Idea
    by doctea
  8. City Boy
    by Ten No.6
  9. Memento Mori (Remaster 2019)
    by Dos Brujos
  10. The Heavy South
    by Fuzzy Cracklins Presents
  11. Dr. Greenthumb's Psychedelic Circus
    by Fuzzy Cracklins Presents
  12. [the 2014 k-town bedroom collaboration sessions]
    by doctea & guests
  13. Sticks & Strings vol. 1
    by Fuzzy Cracklins Presents
  14. Loud & Lonely vol. 1
    by Fuzzy Cracklins Presents
  15. Singin' to God
    by The 180 Gs
    Manhoo Manhoo
    A majestic reinterpretation that is faithful to the letter and note, a Beach Boy inflected triumph that would make Mike Patton blush with it's stunning innovation and execution. The choral arrangements here turn even the most ambient of celestial swirls of instrumentation (on the original album,) into something akin to egyptian Animal Collective crowned beasts summoning an arcane deity from the depths of a DMT cloud, beckoning flames of colour and mischief.
  16. ShonaSTOCK Live Free or Die 2017 - Global Compilation Album.
    by SHONASTOCK 2017 Live Free Or Die
    Swan Song Swan Song
    Wow an honour to be part of this compilation and support this cause. That Gathering Doubt tune rinsed all the negative bone marrow from me cynical skeleton. Beauty! Gonna give the whole thing a listen over the next few weeks <3 <3 one love <3 <3
  17. Read and Weep
    by Sir Real
    Read and Weep (original mix) Read and Weep (original mix)
  18. Sick eggs
    by Sir Real & Pug
  19. The James Canupp derangements
    by Sir Real
    Looking for a city (Sir Real's wrongstep remix) Looking for a city (Sir Real's wrongstep remix)
    It's batshit crazy and guffle inducing hilarious! Fun music, with no beard stroking follicle in sight. The viddy is well worth a watch as well. Seek it out!
  20. Gene Genie (Sir Real's 2004 club mix)
    by Sir Real
  21. Jonsonbros (gnarly 2012 rerub)
    by Sir Real
  22. Call of Chthulhu
    by Sir Real
  23. Cows lay down
    by Sir Real
  24. Wronger than the rest
    by Sir Real
  25. Cliff Mangle - Wirey mound
    by Sir Real
  26. Live @ Doornroosje 23/11/01
    by Sir Real feat. Keith the Teeth
  27. In a box on the lawn, remixed
    by Sir Real
  28. SFX
    by Sir Real
  29. Calcifer
    by Sir Real
  30. Colab - Oh God
    by Sir Real
  31. Snog - Real Estate Man (Sir Real's ugly mix)
    by Sir Real
  32. Breathing EP
    by Sir Real
  33. Colab - Shubunkin
    by Sir Real
  34. Aeon Vov
    by Sir Real
  35. Everything fucks up
    by Sir Real feat. Zoran
  36. In a box on the lawn, on an autumn day
    by Sir Real
    Sometimes it happens Sometimes it happens
    It's so understated, calm and tranquil, but this takes away none of the resonant impact here, it's absolutely gorgeous! Haunting, with an identity all of it's own if pushed for comparison I would rate it up there with the likes of Thomas Newman, Michael Andrews, Eno, and even Raymond Scott's more ambient outings. But these are however mere waypoint markers, one suspects this music comes from someplace as elusive to the enigmatic title itself. A lovely and accomplished opus
  37. The ones that got away
    by Sir Real
  38. Random covers
    by Sir Real
  39. Boingers
    by Sir Real
  40. Live @ House of God 31/05/02
    by Sir Real feat. Keith the Teeth
  41. Teeter
    by Sir Real
  42. Softcore EP
    by Sir Real
  43. The trax that time forgot
    by Sir Real
  44. Neighbour of the beast 2006
    by Sir Real feat. David Thrussell
  45. Sometimes It's Nice to Have a Big Friend
    by The Nature Centre
    Stubborn Stubborn
    Jaunty, giddy n' full of glee,in Stubborn we finally have an anthem for our daytime larrying! In We Are All Friends,. you have rock in opposition goes Wes Anderson quirk dialed all the way up, 'Build A Shark' meanwhile, is out and out ridiculous fun, yet somehow crams in more hooks to the humble beast than you'd expect in it's stated dose!
    Nursery rhymes for the acid addled minds!