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Alexandra Skevington, Too Much Perspective and Susy Wall

Alexandra Skevington, Too Much Perspective and Susy Wall

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Unfinished Business by Alexandra Skevington

Alexandra Skevington is a composer, musician and teacher based in North London, UK. She writes stand-alone instrumentals and music for short films and is influenced by jazz, classical and electronic music. She also creates songs as Red As Ruby and house music as lady sar5by.

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Circles by Too Much Perspective

Andy Davies & Rhod Williams have been making music together for more than 30 years, though had never recorded much. Last year they started working on new tunes in earnest. They are about to release their 3rd album, ‘Amelia’ in November. This track is our first single from that album. 

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See Through by Susy Wall

Susy is a Welsh singer songwriter, now based in the Black Country near Birmingham. She draws upon the everyday for her inspiration when writing, focusing on melodic vocal lines accompanied with simple guitar or piano as a backdrop for her voice. Susy is constantly inspired by many artists, old and new and is currently working on a variety of interesting projects, both solo and collaborative. The first of these is the release of her debut EP, Home is the Colour, out in September 2023, closely followed by her Winter EP in November, All Wrapped Up.

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