|Birth name||Joshua Peter Record|
|Born||20 November 1987|
Stroud, Gloucestershire, England
|Genres||Acoustic rock, alternative rock|
|Labels||National Anthem, Virgin|
Joshua Peter Record (born 20 November 1987) is an English singer-songwriter who has released one album, Pillars, and one EP. He has also had various success as a songwriter and producer for many artists including Sigala, Paloma Faith, Merk & Kremont, Joe Jonas, DNCE, Ella Henderson, Anne Marie, MNEK and LP.
Josh Record was born in Stroud, Gloucestershire, England, the son of a BFBS DJ, whom he cites as "my greatest influence". At the age of 16 he moved to London to study music at the BRIT School. He became involved in local charities on the Alton Estate teaching music and participating in related projects, working with young people involved in gangs.
His first release on indie label National Anthem in 2012 made it to number 2 in the Singer Songwriter charts on iTunes in the UK. The lead track "For Your Love" was heralded by everyone from Steve Lamacq to Zane Lowe to The Sunday Times who said "His keening falsetto invites comparisons to Bon Iver's Justin Vernon… Record has a sensational debut album in him"
His next self produced EP "The War" received critical acclaim and Zane Lowe made the title track his "Hottest Record of 2013" on BBC Radio 1, as well as live performances on BBC Radio 2, and BBC Radio 6 Music.
In 2013 Josh Record signed a deal with Virgin Records and in late November 2013 went on to release his EP "Bones", that has been play listed on BBC Radio 1. "Bones" EP also features remixes from Alt-J, Fryars, and FTSE. Bones was also the featured song to close the winter finale episode of the tenth season of Grey's Anatomy.
In March 2014, Josh Record re-released "For Your Love" on Virgin Records. Zane Lowe of BBC Radio 1 made it his "Hottest Record in The World" on 26 February 2014. The song was remixed by London Grammar.
He has written and produced for many artists and signed a publishing deal with Warner Chappell in 2017. He has been working with Sigala, Paloma Faith, Merk & Kremont, Joe Jonas, DNCE, Anne Marie, Ella Henderson, MNEK, Dua Lipa, Calum Scott, Wilkinson, Mr Probz, Steve Aoki, Don Diablo, Tim Hughes, Jones and Jorja Smith as well as many others.
- 14 July 2014 - Pillars
- June 2013 - The War
- July 2013 - The War
- November 2013 - Bones
- January 2014 - Wonder
- March 2014 - For Your Love
- July 2014 - Wide Awake
- June 2017 - Do
Music Videos Published On YouTube & Vevo
- 2 July 2013 - The War
- 29 October 2013 - Bones
- 12 March 2014 - For Your Love
- 14 June 2014 - Wide Awake
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|2014||Ella Henderson||Chapter One||"Yours"||Gabriella Henderson|
|2015||MNEK||Small Talk EP||"More Than a Miracle"||Uzoechi Emenike, Laura Dockrill, Hobbie Stuart, Ryan Cecil Campbell|
|Anne-Marie||Karate EP||"Stole"||Anne-Marie Nicholson, Laura Dockrill|
|Tim Hughes||Pocketful of Faith||"Hallelujah (Friend and King)"||Timothy Hughes, Jacob Atwooll|
|LP||Lost on You||"Muddy Waters"||Laura Pergolizzi, Michael Francis Gonzalez|
|2016||Don Diablo||Non-album single||"What We Started"
(with Steve Aoki and Lush & Simon featuring BullySongs)
|Don Schipper, Steven Aoki, Alessandro "Lush" Miselli, Simone "Simon" Privitera, Jason Walker, Andrew Bullimore|
|Jones||New Skin||"Hoops"||Cherie Jones-Mattis, Laura Dockrill|
|Mans Zelmerlow||Chameleon||"Round Round"
|Moh Debehi, Ellen Tollbom|
|2017||Dan Owen||Stay Awake with Me||"Made to Love You"||Daniel Owen|
|Open Hands and Enemies EP||"Home"||Daniel Owen, Jacob Atwooll|
|Jones||Acoustic||"Becoming"||Cherie Jones-Mattis, Laura Dockrill|
|Wilkinson||Hypnotic||"We Will Be"
(featuring Matt Wills)
|Mark Wilkinson, Adam Brown|
|Matrix & Futurebound||Non-album single||"Light Us Up"
(featuring Calum Scott)
|Brendan Collins, Jamie Quinn, David Gibson, Edvard Forre Erfjord, Henrik Barman Michelsen|
|2018||Don Diablo||Future||"Everybody's Somebody"
|Don Schipper, Andrew Bullimore|
|Don Schipper, Thomas Troelsen, Joshua Wilkinson, Andrew Bullimore|
|Sango||In the Comfort Of||"Comfortable"
(featuring Ryan Ashley)
|Sango, Ryan Cecil Campbell|
|Merk & Kremont||Non-album single||"Hands Up"
|Federico Mercuri, Giordano Cremona, Simone "Simon" Privitera, Eugenio Maimone, Joseph Jonas, Andrew Bullimore, Emily Philips, Ant Whiting|
|Icarus||In the Dark EP||"Flowers"||Ian Griffiths, Thomas Griffiths, George Adapoe, Ryan Hurley, Jack McManus, Andrew Bullimore|
|MOTi||Non-album single||"Just Don't Know It Yet"
|Timotheua Romme, OHYES, Bruce Fielder, Andrew Bullimore|
|Wilkinson||Non-album single||"I Need"
|Mark Wilkinson, Andrew Bullimore, Eduardo "Rrotik" Nascimento, Jacob Atwooll|
|LP||Heart to Mouth||"One Night in the Sun"||Laura Pergolizzi, Nathaniel Campany, Michael Francis Gonzalez|
|Dawn Richard||New Breed||"New Breed"||Dawn Richard, Derek Bergheimer|
|Sigala & Paloma Faith||Brighter Days / The Architect: Zeitgeist Edition||"Lullaby"||Jessica Glynne, Janée Bennett, Bruce Felder, Andrew Bullimore, Paloma Faith, Joakim Jarl|
|Armin Van Buuren||Balance||"Blah Blah Blah"||Andrew Bullimore, Armin Van Buuren|
|2019||Lvndscape||Hanging On EP||"Hanging On"||Galen Behr, Jack McManus, Andrew Bullimore|
|"Matterhorn"||Galen Behr, Jack McManus, Andrew Bullimore|
|"Cassiopeia"||Galen Behr, Jack Mcmanus, Andrew Bullimore|
|Courage||Non-album single||"Let Me Let You Down"||Joseph Carson, Kaity Dunstall, Laura Dockrill|
|Winnie Raeder||From Here||"Still"||Winnie Raeder, Jacob Attwool|
|Felix Jaehn||Non-album single||"Love On Myself"
(featuring Calum Scott)
|Andrew Bullimore, Felix Jaehn, Tom Mann, Vincent Kottkamp|
|Anna Of The North||Dream Girl||"Playing Games"||Anna Lotterud, Barney Lister|
|"Dream Girl"||Anna Lotterud, Barney Lister|
|LUME||Edge Of My Seat EP||"Something Sweeter"||Zara Kershaw, Daniel Holloway|
|Armin Van Buuren||Balance||"Million Voices"||Andrew Bullimore, Alastair Lloyd-Webber, Armin van Buuren, Benno De Goeij|
|Winnie Raeder||Non-album single||"She"||Winnie Raeder, Jacob Attwool|
|Monsta X||All About Luv||"MISBEHAVE"||Andrew Bullimore, Derrick Milano, The Invisible Men|
|Conor Maynard||Non-album single||"Hate How Much I Love You"||Andrew Bullimore, Conor Maynard, Jake Torrey, Noah Conrad|
|Lily Moore||More Moore Mixtape||"Breakfast"||Lily Rendle-Moore|
|2020||ITZY||IT'z Me||"Nobody Like You"||Yubin, Andrew Bullimore, 이우민 ‘Collapsedone’|
|Tiesto & Becky Hill||The London Sessions||"Nothing Really Matters"||Ollie Green, Karen Poole, Kye Gibbon, Matt Robson-Scott, Becky Hill, Ryan Ashley, Tijs Verwest|
|Becky Hill||TBA||"Space"||David Whelan, Mark Ralph, Michael Di Scala, Becky Hill|
|Tom Grennan||Evering Road||"Amen"||Wayne Hector, Tinashe Fazakerley, Lucian Nagy, Tom Grennan|
|Paloma Faith||Infinite Things||"Last Night On Earth"||Paloma Faith, Patrick Wimberley|
|TWICE||Eyes Wide Open||"Do What We Like"||Rod Radwagon, Grace Barker, Sana Minatazoki|
|"Behind The Mask"||Sam Klepmner, Dua Lipa, Jacob Attwooll, Jang Da-hye|
He performed sell out shows at London's Scala and Wiltons Hall.
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- Morgan, Laurence (4 April 2014). "Interview: Josh Record". theyorker.co.uk. The Yorker. Archived from the original on 11 August 2014. Retrieved 9 August 2014.
- Dan Cairns (18 August 2013). A Compassionate Soul. The Sunday Times
- Zane Lowe. Zane Lowe's Hottest Records of 2013 (25 November 2013). BBC Radio 1.
- Zane Lowe. Zane Lowe's Hottest Records in The World (26 February 2014). BBC Radio 1.