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James Adrian Brown

There Is Space Under Your Seat (7'')

Label: Castles in Space

Format: 7", Red Vinyl

Genre: Electronic

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*200 copies limited edition* James Adrian Brown is a British-born songwriter and former lead guitarist from the alternative rock band Pulled Apart By Horses. After studying art for six years in Leeds (UK), Brown set up his own independent record label in the city and would soon begin carving out a career as a professional musician. After achieving chart success, touring the world and releasing four critically acclaimed studio albums with PABH, James has begun paving a pathway into the world of instrumental electronic music and composing.

Brown's solo work is heavily electronica-based utilising analogue synths alongside tape machines, piano, strings and walls of ambient atmospherics. His work focuses on the analogue side of capturing and creating sound in the real world with physical hardware.

He’s received support from the likes of Gideon Coe at BBC 6music and also Chris Hawkins who championed him as creating Massive electronic soundscapes in a Mogwai kind of world. James was also featured on BBC Radio 3’s ‘Unclassified’ show by the show host Elizabeth Alker.

Taking inspiration from influences such as Boards Of Canada, Rival Consoles, Floating Points & Thom Yorke. Brown is discovering, advancing, and pushing his songwriting into new sonic domains.

Cat. number: CiS136
Year: 2023

The 7” is released as a deluxe red vinyl single with numbered photo/inserts selected and created by James. The single is issued in a limited edition of 200 copies.

Written & Performed by James Adrian Brown.
Produced & Mixed by James Mottershead.
Recorded at ICP Studios, Belgium.
Mastering by Alex Wharton at Abbey Road Studios in London