Paul Littlewood has a signature arrangement style, a way of doing songs. No fancy tricks, no production wizardry, just subtly changing low-key textures and a voice. Born and raised in South Yorkshire in the North of England he has spent most of his 30 years writing and performing, developing a sound which is uniquely inspired by his changing surroundings. A huge fan of lo-fi, all of his compositions are recorded on a beloved Zoom MRS-1266, 8 track recorder, giving listeners freedom to find in them what they wish.
Check out the interview by Johnno with Paul in Pick and Ding on Fresh on the Net. [here]
Paul Littlewood performs the song Photograph from the new EP out Sept 18th from Three Sixty on Vimeo.
Paul LIttlewood performs the song Meadow from Three Sixty on Vimeo.
‘Poignant and ethereal blues music.’
Paul Robson-Now Then
‘This haunting spectral music will seep into your soul and steal it.‘
Electric Ghost Journal
‘This is not music that forces its meanings on the listener, but if you give it some attention, and some time, you may well find these transparently beautiful sounds become an integral part of your landscape.’ Oliver Ardetti
Lo-Fi Recording Equipment list
Zoom MRS-1266 8 track recorder, ADK Condenser Mic, SM57 Dynamic Mic, D112 Dynamic Mic, Epiphone EJ 200 Acoustic gtr, Yamaha SG 200 Electric gtr, Fender strat, Hohner electric piano , Yamaha APX 5NA Acoustic gtr, Korg Monotron Synth, Electro Harmonix Gtr Synth Pedal.
Out September 18th 2012