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Moulettes are a Brighton-based art-folk band. They were formed earlier this century at school by Hannah Miller, Ruth and Robb Skipper, Ted Dwane and Oliver Austin. Rob Arcari and Georgina Leach were also long-term members. The current line-up features Miller, Austin, Ruth Skipper, Anisa Arslanagic and Jim Mortimore.

They blend folk, Classical, rock, prog and pop to acclaimed effect –

This delicious music is played with acoustic virtuosity… Complex and beautiful…Intriguing and unique” **** MOJO

“Moulettes are among the frontrunners of the new British acoustic scene thanks to their sophisticated, unpredictable approach, matching precise female harmony vocals against complex, swirling backing featuring violin, cello and bassoon – and with banjo, lap steel, hammered dulcimer or washboard added in. They are intriguing because almost every song takes a different direction…exquisite harmonies…adventurous violin…excellent live shows…edgy as well as upbeat.” **** Robin Denselow, The Guardian

“This is what a modern folk album should sound like — lively, yet swathed in the spirit of folklore. There is an umbilical connection with Mumford & Sons — Ted Dwane, double bassist, ex-Moulette, current Mumford — but you would do better to think of this group as peers of the Fleet Foxes.” **** London Evening Standard

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  • jasonrawles

    The Bear's Revenge is damn near perfect, a real treat; chock full of great musicianship, creative madness and sultry singing. That bassoon is sweet, too.

    4 Sep 2012 Reply

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