Paul Littlewood is a musician, singer-songwriter, and music producer, from South Yorkshire, England. He performs and records as a solo artist, releasing records with Xtra Mile Recordings (UK), Three Sixty Records (US), and his own DIY label, Anklebreka Records. He is in-house studio engineer at Higher Rhythm, Doncaster, regularly producing high-quality audio projects for release, most notably Brownswood Recordings artist, Skinny Pelembe.
Further to his work as an artist and producer, Paul is also artist development lead for Higher Rhythm/Help Musicians UK funded programme 'Breakthrough', which is focused on developing the careers of Yorkshire based musicians. He also coordinates a PRSF 'Open Fund' project, working alongside music producer Andy Seward (Kate Rusby/Martin Simpson) and James Lockey (Minor Victories/mastersystem) to produce a collection of music singles for a variety of chosen artists.
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'Full of wide open spaces & emotional leanings that pull you in like a venus fly trap-linger too long and swoosh-you are his'
Tom Robinson, BBC 6Music
'Littlewood’s voice is charming and exudes warmth and sincerity. His lyrics are believable; the accompanying instrumentation is either natural talent or carefully constructed renditions of a heartfelt sonic landscape. Chris Isaak and John Lennon both come to mind. Indeed, this is pop perfection'
Big Takeover Magazine, NYC
'A pure anti-star'
Last Day Deaf
'This is pop painted in watercolour rather than the heavy handed, over applied oils of the big industry way of working. There is something wonderfully heartfelt about the lyrics, a real English, tea drinking, breezy, over the garden fence chat sort of vibe, rather than the usual self-aggrandising, cooler than thou rubbish that has become the norm. Maybe it takes a lad from Yorkshire to capture all of that in two and a half minutes!'
Dancing About Architecture
'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.'
'This haunting spectral music will seep into your soul and steal it'
Electric Ghost Journal
'A strange mix of Chris Isaak and Jason Molina, beautiful and touching'
Dans le Mur Du Son
'A different strain of sound, one you couldn't mimic vocally unless you had a special something'