A BUSY YEAR GONE, A BUSY YEAR AHEAD

While its been a very busy year that has just passed for myself with 3 releases coming out, The Anchoress debut album and my first 2 EP’s, it is tinged with genuine sadness that some of the greats of music and some of my all time favourite artists have passed. For Prince and David Bowie to be lost to music … Read More

XS NOIZE REPORT ON REMIX BY PUBLIC SERVICE BROADCASTING

XS NOIZE have reported on the PUBLIC SERVICE BROADCASTING remix of Paul Draper’s ‘Friends Make The Worst Enemies’,  saying that it  ‘maintains Draper’s propulsive and modern rock n roll sound, whilst infusing it with a more spaced-out electronic character.’ You can read the full report, which includes the PSB Remix on Soundcloud, HERE .  

JASON’S JUKEBOX REVIEWS EP TWO

Jason’s Jukebox has reviewed EP Two,  in glowing terms, saying that the lead track “kicks off the EP in stunning fashion” and that “it wouldn’t sound out-of-place on a Mansun album. Vocally, it is superb” You can read the full article HERE .  

LATEST PLAYLIST NOW AVAILABLE ON SPOTIFY

Paul’s new and updated  ‘Playlist One’ is available now on Spotify.  Among others, the playlist includes tracks from The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, Talk Talk and Kate Bush together with a track from his production project, The Anchoress, and ‘Keep Telling Myself’ from Mansun’s Kleptomania.  You can find the whole playlist HERE .            

PROG MUSIC AWARDS – VOTE NOW!

Vote for Paul Draper and his production project, The Anchoress, in the 2016 Prog reader’s poll. Categories include male vocalist and female vocalist.  Just follow this LINK .  

VOTE NOW IN THE NME MAGAZINE AWARDS !

Voting is now open in the 2017 NME Magazine Awards.  You can vote for Paul Draper and his production project, The Anchoress, by following the link HERE  DMx    

FULL STREAM OF EP TWO NOW AVAILABLE ON YOUTUBE.

The full stream of EP Two is now available on YouTube.  All four tracks have received great reviews from Prog Magazine,  which describes lead track ‘Friends Make The Worst Enemies’  as ‘full of tense paranoia then impassioned yearning that would have done his old band proud back in the day‘,  ‘Some Things Are Better Left Unsaid’ as ‘a gently lamentful regret‘ … Read More