James Radcliffe is an independent musician, writer, and spoken word artist, who has been creating original work and performing it live since he was 7 years old.

His blog is read in 170+ countries, his releases have enjoyed the #1 spot on Bandcamp, and he has (without any mainstream media exposure) amassed over 120’000+ followers across social media platforms.

At the beginning of 2018 James took all of his music down from the internet and burned it.

He is now hard at work on several secret projects which will be coming to fruition very soon.  If you’d like to be the first to hear about them sign up to the mailing list.

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  1. Hi James. Really glad that u found my blog and liked a post on it :) love is in the river.. ultimately perfect and felt in love with that track. And I really appreciate ur charity work.


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      1. hey James,
        its a honor for someone of your caliber to drop in on my blog and like my writing. i am a collector/enthusiast of music, and i use music in my short stories, so finding yours via your visit has been a huge pleasure.
        best regards

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  2. Hi James,

    Thank you for visiting my website! I hope you find a recipe that you could try to make! :)

    I like your song “Broken Hearts” — I forgot about the hustle and bustle of the city and felt really relaxed while listening to your song.


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    1. Hey there, Wenny,
      You are most welcome – keep up the good work.
      Thankyou very much – really glad you liked it, your comment made me smile and brightened my day.
      Hope you are well, have a good one,
      – J


      1. It’s nice to meet you, too. As I am thinking about it where I heard it before might not be so cool. I often check out blogs on my phone, choose to follow something and with the touch screen often accidentally unfollow something I meant to follow! So I might have just found your blog before. I’m trying to figure out the best way to purchase some of your tracks right now. itunes is the best way for me but is only invocation on there? I’m on “band camp” right now. (Never heard of it before.) I’ll figure it all out. Thanks for the music you share. It’s really beautiful.

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        1. Hey there,
          This is really lovely. Bandcamp is for sure the best way for now – once you’ve bought the tracks you can easily add them to your iTunes library, or stream on your phone thru the bandcamp app.
          Oh, and just in case it’s of interest – I’ve recently set it up so if you buy the discography then you’ll get 25% off the bundle.
          Hope that helps. Let me know if you need anything else, and have a cool day,
          – J


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