Andrew Weatherall - Unknown Plunderer / End Times Sound

Andrew Weatherall, the noted DJ and musician passed away on Monday 17 February 2020.
Vision PR had the pleasure of working with Andrew across a number of releases, and he was an absolute gent, as well as a master of his craft. The Byrd Out label is due to release Andrews new single on Friday 21st Feb 2020 , and being right in the middle of the promotion of the release its difficult to know what to do. Having spoken to his management and his label however they have decided that the release should go ahead, and we'll let the music speak for itself. Although of course the context is one of huge sadness, we hope Andrew would have wanted his new music out there, so on Friday the release of 'Unknown Plunderer' will go live. His infectious love for music touched many lives, and he will be sorely missed. Our thoughts are with his friends and family.

Ripperton Has Remixed Radiohead, Beanfield and Joris Voorn, Here He Re-Works Newcomer Ly sander

LY SANDER - 'LAY DOWN' feat. Jules Etienne



When Jules Etienne provided these dazzling vocals, Ly Sander knew they deserved the song to be built around them. The poetry and dreamy emotions of the lyrics fully embrace us with this slow tempo in-cantation. Ripperton brought his own magic by bringing the track back up to club speed.

"I had invited Berlin based Jules Etienne to record some lyrics to a preexisting uptempo instrumental” explains Ly Sander. "When I witnessed their deep and intricated poetry, I decided to build a whole song from scratch.

The result is Lay Down, Ly Sander’s first track not to bear any link with his previous efforts that focused on danceable music. It’s ultra low tempo is somewhat intriguing. 

"I clearly had my album in mind upon producing this track. A track that you will enjoy at home rather than in the club" says Ly Sander who’s album «Landing» is to be released next year on Special place recordings.


Ripperton is certainly one of the most thought after electronic music remixers, with over a hundred reworks to his credit for artists such as Radiohead, Laurent Garnier or Beanfield. When Ripperton heard Jules Etienne’s impeccable vocals, not only did he accept this remix duty but took over his holiday time to do so. «It is so rare to get to work on vocals where everything falls right into place» says Ripperton. «I really took time to take this track where I wanted it to be». Ripperton also chose to match the vocals to an instrumental at the original speed of 120bpm, making it fit for the dancefloor where it could well become a new favorite.

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Ly Sander was highly inspired by the roots of Dance music, the melting pot of music influences and most specifically the Loft’s founder David Mancuso’s philosophy of building a travel through music. Another source of influence is the genius of leftfield dance music artist Arthur Russell, probably one of the only musicians to have pushed the use of Cello into dance music. As a producer, Ly Sander released tracks on labels such as Drumpoet Community, Electric Minds, Deeply Rooted House, Enterbt Rec, Konsequenz, Mental Groove, Raoul or Creaked. But before being a producer, Ly Sander is a natural DJ who started playing over 20 years ago out of his passion for party music, along a timeline spanning from today to the beginning of the 70s, including so called Disco, Deep and Underground House. He brought his energic and bouncy vibe to numerous venues in Europe and NY, including the Panorama Bar and Tape Club in Berlin, legendary Dachkantine and Zukunft in Zurich, the Ambassade in Lyon, Electro Mecanic in Beirut, D! Club, Loft and Folklor in Lausanne, XL in New York and many many more. He shared the decks on countless occasions with famous DJs such as Alex From Tokyo, Dixon, DJ Deep, Efdemin, Manoo, Maurice Fulton, Move D, Orpheu The Wizard, Quarion, Till von Sein...

Also a renowned master at playing classics, Ly Sander held the successful New York Disco Club (NYDC) party in Geneva from 2002 to 2010. Much before the surge in interest for Disco, he there revived the roots of NY’s dance culture and saw all of the founding legends such as Danny Krivit (Body’n’Soul), David DePino (Paradise Garage), Hippie Torrales (Zanzibar) or Nicky Siano (The Gallery, Studio 54) come over and share the decks with him.


Berlin based Jules Etienne has been much heard of recently with his string of electronic music releases on labels such as Uncanny Valley, Funnuvojere or Apersonal. Nevertheless, he started his career as a singer where his soft and delicate voice would enrobe some folk compositions of his own, namely on a couple of albums he released, often backed by his own acoustic guitar.



Of course, the easiest way to introduce Ripperton would be to mention a music career that spans over two decades and a body of work that includes three highly praised albums on Green and ESP institute, essential collaborations with fellow countrymen Mirko Loko (as Lazy Fat People) and Deetron (as Roots Panorama) as well as stellar remixes for Laurent Garnier, Radiohead, Beanfield or Joris Voorn. We could also point out that his music has been released on labels as prestigious as Planet E, Border Community, STHLM audio, Innervisions, Maeve, Systematic, Connaisseur or the infamous Music Man. Not to mention that his own label Perspectiv published 50 releases which were at the forefront of electronic dance music back then…

But no, we won't mention all that. Let's keep it modest and focused on the here and now. For example, you should know that despite releasing an ambient album (and working on a promising live set that prolongs it), Ripperton doesn't want to stop making House and Techno… no, that would be too easy! So instead he keeps forging an exciting musical path by releasing his own tracks and those of other luminaries such as Isolée, Bicep, Iron Curtis, Quarion or Baikal on his excellent Tamed musiq imprint (distributed by dutch institution Clone) and by working on a modular-based live set.



Special Place Recordings

Ly Sander


Jules Etienne


Vision PR Now Offering Soundcloud / Youtube / Tik Tok / Snapchat Promotion


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Message To Bears - 'Small Light' Video, Taken From The New Album 'Constants' * SUPPORT FROM LINE OF BEST FIT, BBC 6 MUSIC, CLASH, INDIE SHUFFLE, GOLD FLAKE PAINT, STEREOGUM *



LABEL: Self Release  / RELEASE PERIOD: July-September 2019 / GENRE: Electronica, Folk, Post Rock




‘Constants’ is the 5th LP from Jerome Alexander under his Message To Bears moniker.

After living in London for the past 5 years where he released 2 albums, countless remixes, collaborated with and produced for other artists, Jerome returns to live in his hometown of Bristol, where he completes his new LP from within his home studio, located on the edge of local woodland. It would be these daily walks amongst small streams and ever-changing trees that would influence and help form this latest collection of songs. These small glimpses of meditations are a means of processing all the anxieties that would otherwise be neglected without an outlet for creativity. Constants is an attempt to hold onto something real and grounding amongst the seemingly fleeting and fragile experiences of life.

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Wankelmut Remix Rilan & The Bombardiers - As Featured on Netflix Show 'Shooter'

Rilan & The Bombardiers 

Walking On Fire - (Wankelmut Remix)

LABEL: Narli Records








Rilan & The Bombardiers is a band from Haarlem (NL) formed around the artist Rilan Ramhane. These exceptional musicians skillfully combine Pop, Soul, Funk and Rock. In combination with Rilan Ramhane's extraordinary voice they create a sound that does not seem to be from this world.

The song "Walking on fire" was released in 2016 and is one of their most personal songs.
Contrary to what is commonly known, the interest for this song has grown from year to year. Pretty early on NETFLIX decided that Walking on Fire would not only conquer hearts but would also touch souls, which is why it was featured in multiple Netflix and FOX productions like "Shooter", "Rosewood" and "Shut Eye".

Due to the deep meaning of this song and the steadily increasing interest a remix, by one of Europe’s most famous DJ’s ‘WANKELMUT’, has now been created.

The song will be released on May 24th this year and is only the beginning of a collaboration between the two artists and the start of a new era, one to which we should all stay tuned.



MIEKO SHIMIZU To Release New Album "I BLOOM" - Mieko Played Sonar & Meltdown Festival As A Guest Of Massive Attack, Remixed Coldcut And Yellow Magic Orchestra, and played with Nitin Sawhney



LABEL: Street Furniture Records  / RELEASE PERIOD: June / July




Instagram: @miekoshimizumico

Twitter: @miekoshimizu1

Facebook: @micomusic


Mieko Shimizu is a prolific London based Japanese singer, song writer, composer and producer, with several diverse and accomplished albums already under her belt.

On new album ‘I Bloom’ she collaborates  with William D Drake of The Cardiacs, and previously she worked with Mick Karn of the band JapanNitin Sawhney and the London Symphony Orchestra on Japanese silent film 'Yogoto no Yume', David Cunningham from The Flying LizardsRobert Lippok of To Rococo Rot and she re-mixed the likes of Coldcut and Yellow Magic OrchestraHaruomi Hosono of the cult electro-pop act signed her to his label 'Daisy World'. Word quickly spread of her incredible live shows bringing a steady stream of appearances as far a field as Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Japan as well Sonar, alongside the mighty Kraftwerk and supporting Massive Attack at their Melt Down with Riz MC, AKA actor Riz Ahmed.

Mieko has also worked extensively with dance including scores for contemporary dance company Phoenix Dance Theatre, the Ballet ‘The Red Balloon’ at the Royal Opera House’s Linbury Theatre and  was also made an 'Emerging Artist in Residence’ at London's Southbank Centre where she collaborated with the London Philharmonic Orchestra on her own compositions. In her new live shows she will be combining both the ancient and modern with Kieko Kitamura on Koto, a type of Japanese harp, through FX pedals and herself on Moog synthesiser, keyboards and vocals creating a luscious, ethereal live show.

Mieko erupted onto the scene with the searing alter ego Apache 61, fusing layers of cross woven breaks battling shards of sub bass within stateless melodies drawn from the fringes of the avant-garde. Her last album, 'My Tentacles' released as ‘Mico' saw her return to a deeper more reflective state in the cavernous depth of sumptuous symphonic songs that oscillated with glitchy electronica.

Her new album ‘I Bloom' has taken 5 years to write and nearly didn’t happen when she was admitted to hospital for two life threatening operations and she nearly abandoned her plans to make it but when a junky was moved into the bed next to her and started to terrorise the ward only to be sent to sleep like a baby by an old Scottish lady singing traditional Irish Airs each night that she realised the power of music and resolved to finish her album. What resulted is I Bloom, a quite simply gorgeous record of mini masterpieces, interleaving haunting melodies; with songs that are both beautiful in their sincerity and tantalising in their simplicity. Her unerring elegance and undying passion takes you on a journey from hidden places across emotional landscapes to distant nebulae.

Prepare to experience an astonishing work.

THE GULPS - THE KINGS HOUSE - Super Producer YOUTH releases Indie / Pop Punks THE GULPS on his label 'Youth Sounds'









The Gulps are an invigorating new London band fuelled by rock music at its best who demand to be heard with their unique take on classic power pop.
They harvest a sound that blends the energy of punk with a refined pop sensibility.

Charisma, electricity and enthusiasm band together to ignite a combustive mix of on stage attitude and sound that invites the listener to a full on Gulp club open for all.

The band has been playing all around the UK and France, including gigs in London, Paris, Bournemouth, Portsmouth and Sheffield. Headlining classic venues, such as The Dublin Castle, New Cross In, Le Truskel and so on, while also featuring in various local festivals such as Byline, Camden Rocks, Soma Fest and Alma Street Fest- all household names on the UK gig circuit.

Much like The Gulps themselves, this year is shaping up to be one hell of an intense ride, with future dates confirmed in Nantes, Leeds, Portsmouth, London and many other killer cities.

July 2018 saw the band spend a week at The Doghouse Studios recording their debut EP “In The Kings House” with legendary producer and Killing Joke bassist Martin Glover “Youth”. The EP produced by “Youth” is  available fore Pre-order  and will be released on the 19th of April 2019 by his new label “Youth Sounds”.

To celebrate its launch the band will be presenting it on the 20th of April at Portobello’s Mau Mau Bar sharing the stage with Alex Patterson, Youth, Gaudi and a long list of other incredible artists.



The Lord John Russell - Portsmouth 5th Jan.

The cellar bar and Chaplin - Boremouth 4th Jan.

West Street live - Sheffield 24th Jan.

The Monarch - Camden rocks 26th Jan.

Easy Come - Peckham 30th Jan.

Nambucca, Dizzy Lizzy - London 14th March

Camden Assembly - London 29th March

Camden Rocks festival - London 2nd June

To be confirmed:

The Lord John Russell - Portsmouth 26th Feb)

(Leeds -18th may)

Flutebox X Maud’dib - Forthcoming Concept EP & Single. Support From - WORDPLAY, UK HIP HOP, CERTIFIED and many more..

Top 100 coolest things on the planet – Arena Magazine

Doing to the flute what Jimi Hendrix did to the guitar” – Huey Morgan

Sheer musical genius – Mixmag

One of the hottest UK live acts” – Songlines Magazine

The best bloody thing I’ve seen in years” …”He is a musical pioneer with his trademark live Fluteboxing (beatboxing through the flute while playing it at the same time)” – Howard Marks



ARTIST: Flutebox X Muad'dib / TITLE: Wicked Labour (Taken From The Forthcoming ‘Brutus Stone EP’)  /

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Nathan 'Flutebox' Lee [Asian Dub Foundation, The Prodigy, Nitin, Sawhney, Plan B, Beardyman etc] and Ciarán ‘Muad'dib' O'Fathaigh [Mellissa Belle, Alexandra Burke, Aloe Blacc, Bashy, Speech Debelle etc] are set to release Wicked Labour on 04- 02 -19, the first track from their unique pan-genre EP project, BRUTUS STONE (Info Below) which features LA/London-based artist Brielle aka Aprilfoolchild and UK emcees and brothers Blackk Chronical and Phoenix Da Icefire


“So long as the Stone of Brutus is safe, so Long shall London flourish” [1]

Conceptually, the project is inspired by the legend of the Brutus Stone or London Stone which was purported to have been lain by Brutus of Troy as the foundation of the city of Trinovantum, “The New Troy In The West” – or as we know it – London.

This genre-defining collaboration with Muad'dib is legendary flautist Flutebox's first ever studio release, so he really wanted to make sure that the art was right. 'It's about identity.' he says 'More than anything else, I'm from London. This is where I can give directions. I'm not trying to beg some other identity, really.

And London means so much to mixed race people. That's the most honest thing about this. It's London as a 3rd - and perhaps predominant - identity'.

Over the years, writers such as Chaucer, Shakespeare and Alexander Pope have been inspired to add their own elements to the legend of Brutus and the stone. Roy Stephenson, head of archaeological collections at the Museum of London describes the stone as "the Dead centre, the throbbing heart which everything around London revolves". It's an artefact that has survived the great fire, the blitz and has lived through the ever-changing face of the most amazing, diverse city in the world.

Wicked Labour starts of like a late 50s soul jazz record with long, thoughtful chords that quickly unfolds into banging 808s that frame unmistakably UK grime and hip hop flows. The record is journey of changing landscapes that opens up into an epic, orchestral, cinematic panorama for the ride-out, but it never loses a sense of continuity or direction - even though when you consider the music retrospectively, it perhaps should.

Overall, the Brutus Stone is an intriguingly unique project. It moves through soul, jazz, grime, hiphop and trap - an ode to one of the most aspired-to cities on the planet.

Flutebox and Muaddib have known each other for around a decade. After meeting in the summer of '09 as artists performing at Bestival, they have composed, played and toured together, sharing stages with Jamelia, The Fun Loving Criminals, Jamelia and José González to name a few and have become genuinely close friends. 'Flutebox was at my dad's 9 nights,' Muad’dib recalls, not looking up from his mobile. 'That shit means a lot where we're from’.



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John Metcalfe From Legendary Factory Act 'The Durutti Column' Releases New Album - Support From PITCHFORK/MOJO/BBC 6 MUSIC/ CLASH/ DIS/NME

"..a neo-classical beat-driven piece that unfolds strikingly“  MOJO                                                                                                                   Premiere for ‘Just Let Go’ track featuring Bat For Lashes  PITCHFORK                                                                                                         “ of the UK's most consistently brilliant artists”  DROWNED IN SOUND                                                                             "Very beautiful"  LAUREN LAVERNE, BBC 6 MUSIC                                                                                                                                   “Effervescent, divinely beautiful”  CLASH                                                                                                                                                             “Staggeringly beautiful”  MARY ANNE HOBBS, BBC 6 MUSIC                                                                                                                   "A stirring, atmospheric slow burner”  NME

John Metcalfe by Tom Oldham 26/4/14


John Metcalfe


ARTIST: John Metcalfe / TITLE: Absence  / RELEASE PERIOD: 04/03/2019

See Me Through

12 Days Later


What is it to be human? What unites us across time and continents and blood? Many have sought answers to such fundamental questions by examining sorrow and loss, death being a constant faced by us all. Some of the world’s greatest artists have used grief as a muse, searching for meaning in how we deal with what we lose and our capacity to overcome tragedy. And to the list of those who have grappled with such conceptions we must now add John Metcalfe, whose stunning Absence delivers a thoughtful and ultimately uplifting rumination on what death leaves behind, and how we come to terms with it.

Metcalfe has always been surrounded by music. As a child, he would listen to his father sing opera, before a love of Kraftwerk and Joy Division led to a stint as a drummer in a high school band. But it was a move to Manchester that really accelerated his development as an artist, and led to him finding his true calling. Joining cult band The Durutti Column, then signed to legendary label Factory Records, brought him into the orbit of Tony Wilson and the Haçienda, formative events that would help foster his renegade spirit.

Unimpressed with the strictures demanded by the classical recording industry, Metcalfe persuaded Wilson to launch the ground-breaking Factory Classical Label, aimed at unearthing exciting – and unconventional – new British talent. It was here that Metcalfe found a home, and the group that would come to define his musical career; the Duke Quartet. For nearly 30 years, they’ve existed at the vanguard of contemporary British music, innovating and delighting in equal measure. Working with world-renowned artists across the entire cultural spectrum, from pop, dance, film, TV, and theatre, Metcalfe honed his arranging and producing skills; he’s now one of the UK’s most sought after arrangers, regularly working with some of biggest names in music (Morrissey, U2, Coldplay, Blur, George Michael and Tom Jones).

As a solo artist, Metcalfe explores electro-classical soundscapes and the boundaries between genres. His finely tuned compositions are neat yet grand in scale, both in terms of sound and the conceptual ideas underpinning them. Absence, the fifth record to bear his own name, is something of a departure for Metcalfe, framing bold images and themes with some of the most conventional song structures he’s ever employed. But it’s also his most affecting, deconstructing a subject he’s been interested in since his childhood in New Zealand.

“There’s always been tracks influenced by the death of my father,” he says, although Absence was born in the aftermath of a very different tragedy; a friend’s sudden, unexpected suicide. Some months later, Metcalfe sat down to process his thoughts. “I wasn’t thinking of it to be cathartic,” he says of ‘Flood, Tide’. “I just wrote some words, and that was the start of it.” Over delicate, spectral piano, Metcalfe’s voice sounds disconsolate, shot through with sadness. “He lay free, gone”, he sings. “This time let go / Keep him inside”. The pain is palpable.

Written around the time of his last record, 2015’s The Appearance Of Colour, it found its way into his setlists and inspired a new suite of songs exploring not death itself, but the absence left by loved ones and how we remember them. The record is chronological, exploring the relationship between two lovers, one of whom is dying. “It’s about the conversations they have,” he explains. “The imagined conversations you’ll have when someone is in the final, physical stages of death, the electricity leaving our body, and the final thoughts of both the person about to die and the person who has to carry on with life.”

But Metcalfe’s triumph is to steer Absence away from the mawkish and trite, writing instead from a warm, loving perspective. “We have / so much / my love”, sings Rosie Doonan on elegiac opener ‘She Feels’, a gentle hymn about reminiscence and a life shared. It sets the tone beautifully, Metcalfe’s viola a soft hum underneath Doonan’s ghostly voice. And it’s the latter that’s often the stand out element, conveying a regal grace, poise, and hope.

“It’s less to do with me and more to do with Rosie,” says Metcalfe of the decision to continue with a full band set up on Absence. “I just love her voice.” The trio – Doonan, Ali Friend on bass, and Daisy Palmer on drums – have grounded his compositions and give a rich texture; witness Palmer propelling ‘Feel The Land’ to a crescendo, or adding to the jittery bustle of ‘Above The Waves Of Crystal Waters’. There’s also a precision to these songs, and their relative simplicity in comparison to his more experimental music gives each instrument space to breathe.

Even his own voice is elevated, floating alongside Doonan’s and occasionally forging ahead on its own. “I’m not a singer, I’m not trained,” he says. “But it has something; the sentiment or emotion I’m trying to describe.” Ditto his lyrics, which rely on neat couplets and clever rhymes, the exact meaning less important than the way they’re delivered. “Lyrics are so prescriptive, and I’m not a poet,” he explains. “I’ve tried to leave things open for the listener, to own it more themselves.”

And so one is left to catch the details and piece together the puzzle; returning to an empty house with trepidation in ‘Boats And Crosses’, finding acceptance in death in ‘When They Weep’, and memories of love giving the strength to carry on with life in ‘See Me Through’. Through it all, Metcalfe focuses on tenderness and love’s healing power, how “The sky sings of our union” (‘Above The Waves Of Crystal Waters’). Nature looms large too; rain, oceans, and sunlight hinting at the natural cycles that govern our lives, and how powerless we are to resist them.

All of these elements come together to devastating effect in ‘Solitude’, one of the most emotional, heartfelt tracks Metcalfe has ever written and the heart of Absence. “Those eyes, those smiles / Suddenly I / Solitude”, Doonan gently laments as plaintive piano and haunting viola perfectly capture the crushing feeling of being alone. But even as the protagonist bleeds and weeps, hope is offered as a salve; “I dream / Open the door”. Metcalfe’s gift is to gently remind us that while nothing ever lasts forever,

we owe it to our dearly departed to forge ahead with the life we have left, and to live it in their honour.

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FVLCRVM’s “Hi!” to the world as an extraordinary songwriter & vocalist came as a little surprise to everyone who was solely familiar with his work as a producer & DJ. Picked by Spotify as number 1 for their renowned “Fresh Finds” Playlist, his first release ’Notch' went viral and was soon featured by BBC Radio 6. This gained the Bratislava based artist immediate attention by tastemakers like Mary Anne Hobs or Machinedrum.

With his follow up “Words”, FVLCRVM offered a crisp and eloquent take on pop music and provided the viewer with a peak into a mind-blowing version of a gloomy yet dystopian future. Great support from Spotify and Apple Music as well as renowned Magazines like DJ MAG & Sound of Music made clear that FVLCRVM is a name to look out for.

Oscillating between mainstream & underground, between Pop, UK Bass & Future Beats, FVLCRVM is one of the most promising artists to enter the music world in 2019.