About

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. Brilliant; an inspiring Inspirational blogger. Respect to you my friend.
    Just wanted to thank you for visiting and liking my blog.
    I shall follow your own with interest.
    Regards
    Bob

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    1. That is really cool. What does the ATS mean?
      A few different dancers have sent me videos of themselves moving to my music, which I find insanely beautiful.
      Let me know what you think of it. ;-)

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  2. Always looking for good music to give a massage by that isn’t boring (I am a massage therapist). I am listening and liking! Reminds me of Eno, whose ambient music I use a lot. Thanks for visiting!

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  3. Hey James,

    Thanks for liking my “Keep being Kind” post. I’m in awe reading about you. WOW! I still wonder how on Earth my post got in your way but I’m so honored it got on your way! I’m totally speechless. I don’t know if I’m making sense. Ahhhhh, thank you from my heart!!

    Xoxo

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      1. Hmmm… hauntingly beautiful. Deep, very deep and vulnerable… It’s truly a profound and authentic self-expression and so it is very very good.

        keep up the good work! :-)

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  4. Hi again, since you are a musician and Artist you maybe would like my last post about my experience attending a great concert few days ago. I am an Artist in different mediums and I love music :-)

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  5. Thank you, James Radcliffe, for liking my post “A Whole New Level of Selfish” – that was a huge “ah-ha” moment for me and also a very humbling one. Even one person liking it means someone else “gets” it…

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  6. Hi James,

    Thanks for visiting my blog and liking my Cannes diary. I am very fond of the approach you have to your blog and your writing is inspiring.

    I wish you all the best and hope to keep in touch.

    Charlie.

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  7. As soon as I listened to Invocation, I felt I was transported back to Cairo but also listening to a Scottish chant. It was truly magical and I am very inspired by the way your sell your music. When I finally write my book about living in Cairo, I will do something similar. There is nothing taboo about being paid a fair price for your marvelous work. Thank your visiting Postcards from Kerry.

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  8. Thanks James for reading my post. I am new at this and at times feel my posts are not worth reading or no different than others. I appreciate you took time to read and like it!

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  9. James, thanks for dropping by and taking the time to read one of my posts. I really appreciate it. I’ve enjoyed exploring your website. I listened to ‘Invocation’ and really appreciated the different layers I felt while listening to it and how they were woven together, in an interesting and unique way. I wish you all the best!

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  10. James, Congratulations! For your likes & encouragement I have awarded you with the WordPress Family Award!
    Thank you for your beautiful music and I look forward to getting to know you better here on WordPress!
    Blessings of ARTistry, CREATivity & BEaUty, Jody

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  11. I have to be honest. When someone likes or follows my blog, I usualy only have the time or sometimes the interest to follow in return, read a quick post and send a thank you. Yet, here I am completely sucked into your site and most importantly your music!!! <3!! I will be buying some. I am thankful for Sundays that I had the time to do this. Your blog has so much beauty in it and it must only be because you have to ability to seek, to notice and appreciate and the desire to share it. THANK YOU.

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    1. Hey there,
      First, thanks so much for this comment, you really brightened my day. I love that you were sucked in to the music, makes me happy.
      It’s great to meet you. Thankyou back.
      – J
      PS – I’m also a massive fan of Sundays ;-)

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  12. Hi James! How nice to hear from a fellow musician :) Thanks for liking my blog post and thus introducing me to you. I look forward to hearing your music.

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  13. Thanks so much James, for joining us on the It Matters Radio show! Your music is introspective, brilliant and wonderful and we enjoyed having you! Hope to have you on again…keep up your good work in music as well as the heart!

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    1. Gorgeous Kerry Hall, it is I who should be thanking you.
      I had a great time, you guys are awesome, and I really enjoyed the parts of the interview after me that I got to see.
      Happy to come back on anytime, more power to you. ;-)

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  14. Hi! Thank you for reading my little blog, random likes help me write more so I appreciate it! And I think your music sounds interesting, I’ll find time to listen to it!

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  15. Hi James! Thanks a ton for stopping by my blog :) I’m def gonna check out your music- looking forward to hearing and reading some great stuff! Cheers!

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