'... The virtuoso performance and subtle contrasts in their repertoire ensure that Aranis has a place among the newcomers on the Belgian music scene...'
Dwars (December 2005)

Review Sounds like Aranis xxxx
'... A cocktail of muted minimalism with a post-rock drive, exotic (gypsy) influences à la Hector Zazou and Music for Egon Schiele melancholy in cast-iron compositions with thriller plots. This band deserves so much more than just airplay on Klara's 'Fresco' and Radio 1's 'Cucamonga'. This sound will please audiences way beyond our national borders... Roskilde 2006, here we come!
S. Flipkens (December 2005)

Soundtrack for a non-existent film
'... Two violins, a double bass, accordion, piano, flute, guitar and almost no voice: it is quite clear that Aranis wants to make music you do not hear just anywhere. Still, the small venue at ‘De Vieze Gasten’ is pretty packed for this Flemish band ... Judging from this performance in Ghent, the band is out to perform a lot more ... The audience was eager to be submerged in the cinematic music ... This band is intriguing.'
De Standaard (19 December 2005)

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