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Release Talk – Radioactive Hybrid Terror Pigs by Joe Peacock

Joe Peacock is a singer-songwriter from Birmingham (UK), who describes himself as a genre-hopping storyteller. Joe has released three albums as a solo artist and is also playing in an alt-folk duo called The Missed Trees, who have started gigging and will release their first material early next year. Joe’s new solo release is called ‘Radioactive Hybrid Terror Pigs’. It’s out on 31st October. A pre-save is available here. What […]

todayOctober 25, 2022 13 1

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New Release – 100 Doors by Joe Peacock

Joe Peacock is a prolific singer-songwriter from Birmingham (UK). Lockdown has made him write more songs than ever before. Joe released his second album ‘Before the robots told us where to go’ in December 2021. He’s hoping to release three different albums in 2022. The first single ‘100 Doors’ of his third album will be out on April 8th. A pre-save is available here. What inspired you to write this […]

todayMarch 29, 2022 8

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New Release – Existential Dreadlocks (album) by Joe Adhemar

Joe Adhemar is a studio-based, multi-instrumentalist living West of London (UK). After 20 years of songwriting and modestly produced bedroom demos, he finally got in gear with mixing and mastering in the last couple of years. He has produced for Silver Haar and Joe Peacock’s album ‘Before The Robots Told Us Where to go’ Joe’s fourth album ‘Existential Dreadlocks’, described by LondonPeaky.com as a “sonic ram raid on everything you’d […]

todayFebruary 23, 2022 9

In the spotlight

In the spotlight – Joe Peacock

Joe Peacock is a prolific singer-songwriter from Birmingham (UK). Joe grew up in rural Herefordshire. The family house was a long way from anywhere. It was hard to get to see other children, so Joe spent a lot of time on his own. Boredom was quite a good spur for creativity and he began writing poetry and lyrics as a teenager. Lockdown has made him write more songs than ever […]

todayJanuary 14, 2022 431 2

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