“I make film music for films that don’t exist.” – James Radcliffe

James Radcliffe is an independent musician based in Edinburgh, Scotland.

His music has enjoyed the #1 spot on Bandcamp, his blog is read in 170+ countries, and over 120’000 people subscribe to his social media channels.

In January 2018 he took all his music down from the internet and burned it.

He’s currently nearing the end of his next project.

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  1. I really loved reading your blog posts. They had deep and very meaningful messages. Thanks for the like on a post of mine coz that brought me here. Also I listened to the music you created;they were pretty good. Have to say you’re amazingly talented. Wish you Good Luck! :)

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    1. Thankyou for your incredibly sweet words – you are very kind.
      And thanks for taking the time to read / listen, it is truly appreciated.
      Keep up the great work, I am glad to meet you,
      Have a good one,
      – J

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  2. Hey there.
    I opened my long abandoned trial of bogging after all these days and it wouldn’t be wrong to say that may be I will give blogging another chance because of the fact that when I opened my profile, I found that you had liked my one and only published post.
    Means a lot.
    Thank you.

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  3. I wish you Tesla. Not the car, but the work of the great scientist and how his work may influence your music/life. You were meant to bring new information, ways of doing things, into an old and tired humanity, and from what I see, you are doing it well. Frequency. Vibration. Magnetism. Gravity. Anti-all those things, too. Love, Mary

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    1. You are very sweet, thankyou for your kind words.
      I hope this finds you well,
      – J
      P.S. Sorry for the tardiness of this reply, I’ve just arrived home from a trip to Berlin and have been off the web.


  4. Hello James

    Thanks for the follow! How have you been and how’s your blog doing?
    I created a blogger tips group to connect with all my long last WordPress blogger friends, and to help all of us to learn from each other. I would love for you to share your knowledge in the group and connect with other bloggers. Here’s the link:
    Blogger Tips Group

    Finally, here’s a blog I thought you may find interesting:
    The Ripple Effect of Blogging

    Best regards,
    Founder of Healthy Living

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    1. Hi there Greta,

      I’m doing very well, thanks for asking.
      I generally just write for myself and then share it, so I’m not sure if your group is really for me. Good luck with it tho, and thankyou for the offer.
      Be well,
      – J


  5. Dear James. Thank you for sharing your music and liking my posts.In these days, as Britain declines and stumbles towards Brexit and reveals the ugly face of xenophobia and racism behind fake mask of English charm (charm is more of an English thing, which sells trips to stately homes and tea-and-jam and jigsaw puzzles of thatched cottages), and as a drek schlimy schnalle, a pezzo di merda, un niquetamere, un fils de pute is a few percentage points from the White House, the importance or words, pictures and music are ever more relevant to convey a message globally, that to awaken people from a slumber so they can see behind the facade of phrases like ‘A Britain that works for everyone’ and ‘Make America Great Again’. Despite what May says, I AM a citizen of the world (and a Francophile), of Europe, of Everywhere.

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    1. Hey there,
      Thanks in return for both reading and listening, and taking the time to write to me – you are very much appreciated.
      I could not agree with you more about being a citizen of the world. We must move towards education and inclusion, if we wish to move forward at all.
      I am very pleased to be talking to you. Thanks again, and have a great night.
      Be well, – J

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  6. Hello there and thank you so much for liking my work! It means a lot to me to get any kind of feedback, especially from people who are a great deal more experienced at this sort of thing than I am.
    I really appreciate your taking the time to read my small offerings to the altar of the Muses.


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  7. I think every time we have more in common and do not leave my amazement! do not add anything else! I prefer and I think gradually give your achievements and communicate with others … is more valued thanks for existing 🌺

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  8. Hi James – thanks so much for liking “The Fallen” – I’m glad there was something about it you appreciated.
    I’m liking your philosophy and looking forward to discovering more of your poetry, music and thoughts on life :)

    PS: How on earth do you find time to reply to everyone …?

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    1. Hey there, you are most welcome – keep up the good work.
      Thanks for the kind words, let me know what you think of them. ;-)
      P.S. I love my people (and also drink heroic amounts of coffee.) Hope that helps.
      Have a good one,
      – J

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      1. Hey James, thank you for liking my work titled ‘why compliment?’ .It was a pleasant surprize! God bless you abundantly.

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