Let’s Go To The Rodeo

Dylan Rippon’s latest single ‘Lets Go To The Rodeo’ is released on Monday 28th September 2020. Taken from the upcoming mini-LP ‘Killing A Man’. A kick-ass song about the weird pleasure of watching people doing dangerous things, it also has darker undertones that swirl and whirl around populism and the paranoia of films like ‘The […]

This Is Stand-Up

Hero Rhymes With Zero contributed to Comedy Central’s brilliant documentary about the highs and lows of life as a stand-up comedian. Songs by Every Kid Knows, Dylan Rippon, WA Wa Punx all feature. It’s a brilliant film, hilarious and moving. Check it out!

3Voor12 interview Dylan Rippon

Nice interview by 3voor12 with Dylan Rippon talking about Every Kid Knows, the music scene in Den Haag and his favourite tracks of all time.

Bona Rosa’s Life Ain’t A Pretty Picture now available on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon and more

Bona Rosa’s beautiful album “Life Ain’t A Pretty Picture” is finally available on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon etc. The collaboration between Dylan Rippon and George Nigel Hoyle has produced a timeless pop statement that deals with love, loss and alienation in a loveless alien world. The sleeve artwork was provided by the wonderful Jason Limon. Check […]

Dylan Rippon: Rocks And Sands

In early 2003 Northern Sky Records released ‘Rocks And Sands’ as a limited edition 7″. There was an exclusive gig at the launch of the Carbon Music store in Soho with DJ sets from Sasha and Simian. The song was described as being “like the Beta Band at their best, but with an added intensity […]

Dylan Rippon: Jack Morrow Hills

Dylan Rippon: Tigershark

Dylan Rippon: Hail! Taikonauts

‘Hail! Taikonauts’ is Rippon’s second instrumental album. The various recordings were made over a three year period between 2004 and 2007. It is also a concept album. Inspired by an exhibition of Chinese Communist Poster Art and Lynn Pan’s book ‘Mao Memorabilia The Man And The Myth’, Rippon became intrigued by the power of nations […]

Dylan Rippon: Needles On Strange Acoustics

With ‘Needles On Strange Acoustics’ there’s an uncompromising dedication to looseness. Opening track ‘Night Fire’ is a swamp-song instrumental right on the edge of town. There’s Brian Jones-style slide playing, kitchen sink percussion, the purity of the single take. Beck’s ‘One Foot In The Grave’ (1994), Stina Nordenstam’s ‘And She Closed Her Eyes’ (1994), Bill […]