The Anchoress, Catherine Anne Davies, has won Prog Magazine’s Limelight award following the success of her debut album co-written and produced by Paul Draper. Paul has posted about his pride on his Facebook page, which you can follow HERE. You can see Catherine Anne Davies accepting the award at the star studied event, HERE .
The competition on the Mansun Official Facebook Page to win four brand new, original, Limited Edition Mansun Vinyl 7″ Singles, never played and signed by Ex-Mansun frontman Paul Draper, is ending soon. The prize comprises: *Wide Open Space – Four EP, released 25th November 1996 *She Makes My Nose Bleed – Five EP, released 3rd February 1997 *Negative – Ten EP, released … Read More
ON SALE NOW! Exclusive to the Official Paul Draper Online Store, this Limited Edition T-Shirt is available for pre-order now. The t-shirt features the beautiful artwork design for EP ONE by artist Anthony Gerace. Available in S, M, L, XL and XXL sizes, the t-shirt is unisex for men and women. There will be only one small limited edition run of this t-shirt so … Read More
‘Confessions Of A Romance Novelist’, the Limelight award nominated album by The Anchoress, produced by Paul, is to be released on vinyl. It will be available as a double heavyweight vinyl with four brand new acoustic tracks and lyric bags. The album features guest vocals from Paul and string arrangements from Gillian Wood. There is also a “second edition” 2 CD gatefold digipack edition which includes … Read More
Gigslutz have chosen ‘No Ideas’ as their track of the day, saying that “lyrically, it’s a dark-hearted self-referential soul search“. ‘No Ideas’ is from the Official UK Vinyl Chart No.1, EP ONE, and features Steven Wilson. You can find the entire article, together with a link to the newly released lyric video, HERE.
The Zine has reviewed EP One, describing it as ‘an EP that is stylishly brand new while instantly classic’. Caffe St Luce writes that ‘Feeling My Heart Run Slow’ is an inventive genre clash tapestry of ear worms, breaks, beats, melody fuelled hooks from a variety of instruments and distinctive vocals with dark tints. In short, an exciting, leftfield, rock adventure in … Read More