The Wait is OVER!

Are you ready?

On this day, on this day, I give to you…

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Present:Reflections is a commissioned E.P. of meditative, ambient, soundscapes.  Gorgeous, tiny, epic, vast, deep and sublime worlds of sound.

…they are so beautiful.  ;-)

Each track was created in my home studio using: a cello, an acoustic guitar, and a single loop pedal.  There is minimal processing and there are no electronic instruments whatsoever.  Rather than constructing them like regular pieces of music, I let the feeling of presence be north star of each track.  All the sounds followed and developed organically from that point.

The EP is available right now in a choice of 2 different formats.

The first is the Regular E.P. which contains: 4 tracks (of roughly 5 mins each) and the front and back cover.

And the second is the Deluxe E.P.  As well as the 4 original tracks, the Deluxe EP boasts: one completely new track, and 3 extended 11 min ‘angel edits’ (all of which add up to a whopping 40 extra minutes of music!)  With this version you will also get a bonus PDF booklet containing a selection of alternate cover artwork.

Both are available right now for minimum payments of £2 or £3 respectively (if you are in the US that’s about: $3.50 and $5.)

For this release I am partnering with a charity called VSN (Volunteer Services Nepal.)  10% of all profits from Present:Reflections will go towards: feeding, housing, clothing, and educating, orphaned children in Nepal.  What that really means is: when you buy this music, you are literally making the world a better place. ;-)

The E.P. is available exclusively from Bandcamp. It wont be available to stream, or from iTunes, or from anywhere else for that matter.

This is a somewhat experimental release and, in that spirit, I’d like to ask you for your help with it.  There are two things you can do (apart from buying the EP of course) that would be ultra-helpful.

The first thing is to: SHARE SHARE SHARE (and then SHARE some more.)  I am only one man, so anything you can do to help me spread the word about this E.P. and it’s flagrant goodness is worth it’s weight in gold to me and will be endlessly and massively appreciated.

The second thing is, if you do buy the EP then let me know what you think of it.  You can do this either: in the comments section below, or by tweeting @JamesRadcliffe and using the hashtag #PresentReflections  (I’ll be ReTweeting the best ones.)

Thankyou from the bottom of my heart for your support in this and everything else.  I look forward to connecting with you and hearing your thoughts about Present:Reflections.

Let’s do this.

Get It Here.

#Boom ;-)

– J


My name is James Radcliffe and I am a 100% audience supported independent artist.  If you like what I do (and can afford it) then please consider buying some of my music.  Each purchase really makes a big difference to me and 10% of every sale goes to a charity which: houses, feeds, clothes, and educates orphaned children in Nepal.

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78 Replies to “The Wait is OVER!”

  1. James, I don’t know what possessed you to find me, but it looks like our connection is Nepal. At least for the moment. I listened to Invocation. It’s exactly the kind of music that stirs me and you captured, by my count, at least the flavors of three different cultures there. That is a beautiful skill, a great story and you are making our world go round.

    Thanks for finding me finding you.

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    1. It was indeed the Nepal connection thru the charity that I support thru my art.
      I am glad you were into the track, and I am curious: which 3 cultures?
      Your words are very kind, best of luck to you in all you do.
      Thanks.

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      1. James, sorry I missed this response for a week. I listened to Invocation again and heard fleeting references to Tibetan horns in the low cello notes, a moment of North African flavor and maybe a little New Age Celtic….or maybe it just reminded me of Afro-Celt. But even if it wasn’t deliberate, you are plucking the resonant strings in many hearts. Nicely done.

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  2. Reblogged this and commented:
    This amazing collection of music created by James Radcliffe, will inspire your writing, calm your soul, fill your heart and through the use of sound, always let you know there is hope. Just sit back, listen and let yourself float off to that quiet spirit place hidden within you.

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    1. Thankyou so much for sharing this, and for your very kind words, they are more than appreciated. ;-)
      I am so happy that you liked the EP, I am actually surprised and humbled by how well it is going over.
      I hope you are having a great day – you have certainly brightened mine! ;-)
      – J

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  3. I must apologise for being so late, but a huge congratulations, James. Beautiful description of the record, and I’m sure the songs themselves will be even better. xx

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    1. No apology needed ;-)
      Thankyou very much, I am really happy with this one, and a lot of exciting stuff is happening because of it. ;-)
      Please let me know what you think of the pieces, I’d be really curious.
      Hope your day is great – you have brightened mine for sure. ;-)
      – J

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  4. Though I purchased this simply mesmerizing recording days ago, and though traditionally I am one of the first to provide my thoughts on James’ new releases, “Present: Reflections” insists…no DEMANDS…to be lived over and over again. It’s not merely a listening and emotional experience, but an immersive journey into one’s own soul. One becomes aswim in its depths and layers of simplicity, though experience it as a complex and thoroughly engaging meditation in fluid notes and tones. Like subconscious thoughts and dreams, I do believe he has outdone himself…a very fine accomplishment indeed.

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