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Elcho - Space Between


Battersea duo Elcho are true craftsmen of chillout and are currently carving a career of critically acclaimed tracks.

Elcho are Steve Isles and Jamie Cullum (no, a DIFFERENT Jamie Cullum) Forming Elcho in 2004 the duo set out to build epic songs from simple structures.

Having previously composed music for film and television, Steve's talent for writing has been brought to fruition through Jamie's skill in seamless production.

Jamie's  former portfolio includes producing Mercury Music and Brit nominated Tom McRae and double platinum selling Music In My Mouth, from Bell X 1.

Teaming up as Elcho the focus is now on crafting sublimity in their songs before finding the perfect voices to collaborate with. Previous guest singers have included Amy Bullman, Super Furry Animals singer Rachel Thomas, Telstar's Maria Willson and Sarah J Novak, of Stereo MCs fame.

Already Elcho have featured on two Cafe Del Mar albums and have achieved chart success writing for Opus III, DJ Testino when Reach For Me secured fourth position in the Music Week Dance Chart.

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Chillin' Out Battersea-side

Space Between, the track featured on Gary Crowley's London Calling, has been hailed as "Probably the best chill out record of 2005" by Eddie Gordon (DJ In The Mix) and Judge Jules says its got "class written all over it" (Judge Jules BBC Radio 1).

Check them out for yourself. Just click on the audio in the right hand column to play Space Between, and follow the links to their websites ( to learn more.

Alternatively e mail the band at

last updated: 20/02/2008 at 19:13
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