Alexis Ffrench

“I don’t see a hierarchy in music. In my own music, I have the freedom to express anything I want and put my feelings out in a positive way.” – Alexis Ffrench Welcome to Dreamland, the remarkable new album by classical soul artist, Alexis Ffrench.  You may well already know Alexis’ remarkable music: his previous album…

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Simon Franglen

Simon Franglen is a Grammy-winning and Golden Globe-nominated composer, arranger and music producer. He served as arranger and synth programmer on scores for four of the top grossing films of all time (Avatar, Titanic, Skyfall and Spectre), and his credits include six of the best-selling pop albums of all time.  He received a Grammy Award…

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Chad Fischer

Chad moved to Los Angeles via NYC in the early 90’s to play drums for Capitol’s School of Fish. By 1995 he started his own band, Lazlo Bane (ALMO/Geffen), best known for the NBC Scrubs theme song, Superman, while running his studio, Lookout Sound, in the heart of Laurel Canyon, producing various singer songwriters as…

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Isa Summers (Isa Machine)

“I always wanted to be the little girl that made rap records,” announces Isabella Summers – and yet elfin-like, Isa doesn’t look like your average hip-hop producer. Nor does she look like the kind of girl who directed horror films, bought her first MPC off the back of a lorry or co-wrote some of the…

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Hyphen-Hyphen

In 2016, those who did not know them yet would discover Hyphen Hyphen on the prestigious Victoires de la Musique stage for an explosive performance of the single «Just Need Your Love». The group had just won the Best New Live Act Award. A logical coronation for the young 25-year old French artists, who have…

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Daniel Heath

Daniel has been a classical and Jazz pianist most of his life.  Having earned 2 degrees in film scoring and composition he went on to work for Hans Zimmer after graduation.  Whilst working for Hans, Daniel was part of the music team for Pirates Of The Caribbean, The Da Vinci Code, and the Holiday. Daniel…

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James Taylor

James Taylor’s music embodies the art of songwriting in its most personal and universal forms.  He is a master at describing specific, even autobiographical situations in a way that resonates with people everywhere.  In 1971, Taylor was on the cover of Time magazine, heralded as the harbinger of the singer-songwriter era.  Over four decades later…

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