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Alice Russell

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Alice Russell is a pure natural talent, an entrancing presence, a force of nature. Whether on a big stage with a 16-piece live band or rocking out an intimate club set with a stripped down six-piece band; she’s a singer who commands attention.
Russell gained attention in the early 2000s, lending her vocal talent to Mr Scruff, Quantic, DJ Yoda, Nostalgia 77, and releasing some ambitious albums on Tru Thoughts Records. 'Under the Munka Moon' (2004) and 'My Favourite Letters' (2005). 'Under the Munka Moon II' (2006) included a Bugz in the Attic mix of her collaboration with Susumu Yokota, a cover of Idris Muhammad's blissed-out Paradise Garage classic "Could Heaven Ever Be Like This."
It’s her records with long-time producer and bandleader TM Juke that she’s best known for. From their debut album ‘My Favourite Letters’ through to the live-tinged ‘Pot Of Gold’ (2008), they have made some of the most arresting blues soul since the glory days of Aretha.
Alice’s 2012 joint release with Quantic, ‘Look Around The Corner’ shows Alice’s versatility and songwriting skills. The following year, Russel re-joined with TM Juke to release ‘To Dust’. Lead single “Heartbreaker” shows Alice Russell at her soulful best.
There’s no wonder her powerful soul voice has attracted rave reviews from numerous national and international publications and praise from fans as diverse as Gilles Peterson, David Byrne, Dennis Coffey, Massive Attack’s Daddy G, and Groove Armada.
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