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. James, thanks for taking the time to visit my humble blog. You’re doing some really good stuff here and I’m feeling pretty inspired following my visit here :) Lovely to ‘meet’ you, Jam

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  2. Hi, I had to implement the kensuragi idea to my chart model.. i think it was the last component i needed to complete it.
    I’m making a universal virtual diagram of all of visible/invisble life. I found that the abstract idea (Kensuragi) also tied in with spirtual mending.. and Kensuragi described it almost perfectly. Life is Energy, Consciousness and Matter.. but it is also Submission, Breaking and Spirtual mending. This is my paradigm model ideas for the two triangles or cooperatives. Their marriage brings Heaven on Earth.

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  3. Hi James, I came by to say two things to you today. First, may 2016 bring you all you hope and dream for and more.May you and yours be abundantly blessed and filled with Grace. Second, in my very first ever WP annual report (which I was so excited to get) your site came up trumps as one of the top referring ones for my blog. So thanks heaps :)

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  4. To be an original independent like yourself in this day and age? Takes a huge amount of bravery! Congratulations on having the guts to do it. There are millions out there/here who are on your side, taking a stand against the worthless “culture” that buries true creativity and vision. They are just not seen in the near-blinding glare of mediocrity screaming for complete satiation.

    You are not alone, brother… :)

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  5. Hello James. I am EVA Lambert, Roo to most. I’m very glad you stopped by What’s Next and liked my post. Honestly, that mostly because everyone wants to know someone heard them, but also because it led me to hear your stirring, mind-boggling musical creations. When I can I hope to purchase so I can also help support Nepal and to listen to the inspiring sounds as I work. Thank you for the ‘like”. I hope you come back soon.

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    1. Hey there EVA, or Roo,
      You are most welcome, and have been heard – thankyou for your kind words about the music, you made me smile.
      Here is the address of my music store: jamesradcliffemusic.com
      It is really lovely to hear from you – if you end up getting the music, please let me know what you think.
      Have a great day,
      – J

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  6. Hi there James, I nominate you for the One Lovely Blog Award and Sunshine Blogger Award:

    Here are the rules for this award:

    Thank the blogger who nominated you for the award.

    Display the banner/sticker/logo on your blog.

    Share 7 facts or things about yourself.

    Nominate 5 bloggers that you admire and inform nominees by commenting on their blog.

    7 Facts About Me: (example)
    1.I am a follower of Jesus Christ
    2.I love reading the Bible
    3.I love praying
    4.I love taking pictures of the sky
    5.I love spring and fall
    6.I love writing
    7.I love learning

    My nominees:

    I chose these bloggers because each of them are unique and beautiful writers.
    List here the 5 bloggers you nominate.

    No pressure at all! Blessings, Emma

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    1. Hello back,
      You are most welcome, thanks a lot.
      I have no idea why the follow isn’t working. Let me know if there’s anything I can do to help with that.
      Thanks for getting in touch, have a great day you,
      – J

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  7. Thank you for liking my post. I can tell you are a very deep thinker, and seeking to live the best life. May your quest be thoroughly fulfilled.

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  8. Hi James, thanks for stopping by my site the other day. Having looked through your site, I must say I’ve a great respect for what you’re doing – it’s very inspiring. Best of luck with everything you do!

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  9. Thanks so much for the drop by on my post, Surrendering Happily-Ever-After. I felt right at home on your blog bc my own son, nearly 21, is a musician and songwriter as well. Your blog is so well-written and insightful.

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  10. Hi James,
    Thank You so much for the like on my post on Howling With The Wolf
    I’ve read a couple of your posts, and they’re so amazing! I absolutely agree with Why reading is a Modern Superpower. Followed you blog and waiting for the next post :-)

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  11. Thank you for liking my recent post! I just read your About page, I think your career is great! You are definitely an excellent role model.

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  12. Hey man, thanks for liking my post! I highly recommend you try the pine needle tea. Me and a lot of my friends like it, and I’ve noticed it helps me be more aware when I’m working. If you want to keep seeing my posts, you can follow my blog, but no pressure. If you don’t want to then it’s all good! :) .

    You have some great music, and the fact that you’re 100% fan supported is awesome!! Great job with your donations to Nepal. It’s good that people like you are trying to make the world a better place. I encourage you to not stop donating to things like that!! It’s a great thing to do. Keep up the good work man!

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    1. Hey there,
      Thanks in return. And thanks for the tip about the tea – I actually drink it quite a lot when I am up in the highlands, it’s high in vitamin C ;-)
      Thanks for your comments about the music, and don’t worry – I don’t plan on stopping donating to Nepal anytime soon ;-)
      Have a good one, thanks for stopping by,
      – J

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  13. Hey James, I just listened to a bunch of your tracks. I’m grateful to have found your music and to be inspired by your sincere and inspiring approach to your work. Thanks for checking out my recent post and for liking it!

    I wish you all the best in your endeavours and I’m looking forward to listening to more of your music.
    all the best,
    peace

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  14. Hi, James! Thank you for stopping by and liking my article, “Don’t Feel Defeated!” on Spinal Injury Solutions! I am very impressed by all of your talent. I will follow. Have a wonderful day!

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  15. Hi, James! Thank you for stopping by and liking my article, “Don’t Feel Defeated!” I am very impressed by all of your talent. I will follow. Have a wonderful day!

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  16. Hello, James! Thank you for “liking” my blog post, “How Not to Begin”. I so appreciate it! Best, Rebecca (Enlightenment in Every Day)

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  17. Hello James, thanks for dropping by and liking my post. Been reading a few post of yours too. (You know, I guess you are not going to like the followup to that post very much, haha). Anyway, I am glad to find your blog too. Will follow.

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  18. Hi James, on behalf of Tess and myself, thanks for dropping in to my very new blog Soul Gifts – Telling Tales. And for liking my poem Heart Eyes. I love creative writing and reading. And your blog. I’m hooked, signed up to follow :)

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