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Syd Arthur

Syd Arthur
Country
England
Profile
Psychedelic band based in Canterbury. They released their debut full-length in 2012.
Website
http://sydarthur.co.uk
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Releases on file (4)
Syd Arthur — Apricity Syd Arthur — Apricity
(Harvest Communion COMM158P, 2016, CD)
Syd Arthur — Sound Mirror Syd Arthur — Sound Mirror
(Harvest 253706648, 2014, CD)
Syd Arthur — On an On Syd Arthur — On an On
(Dawn Chorus DCRC006, 2012, CD)
Syd Arthur — Moving World Syd Arthur — Moving World
(Dawn Chorus DCRC001, 2011, CD)

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