Sunday Times Magazine: Liam Gallagher & Kids

17 June 19

Posted at 10:24

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For the Fathers Day edition of The Sunday Times Magazine Dean photographed Liam Gallagher and his three grown-up children Gene Gallagher, Lennon Gallagher and Molly Moorish-Gallagher.

This exclusive shoot is accompanied by an in-depth interview by writer Krissi Murison covering Liam's relationships with his children, brother Noel and partner / manager Debbie Gwyther as well as many other topics. The kids have clearly adopted much of Liam's swagger, banter and whit, the article has some great quotes by all and signifies a new and exciting phase in LG's life and musical career.

In the last few weeks the documentary feature film 'As It Was' has been on at the cinema. The film shows the early days and background of Liam's life, his time in Oasis to the end to what was one of the most significant and influential bands from the UK. It then reflects the low points after that turbulent moment, to his rise from the flames of this moment. Now Liam is very much back, BIG TIME!...His swagger is unstoppable, Shockwave is LG's most recent single release and his forthcoming album Why Me? Why Not? will be out on 20th September. 

Click HERE for the Sunday Times Magazine

NME: Mark Ronson

11 June 19

Posted at 10:26

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Dean photographed Mark Ronson for the cover of this weeks NME. The article released on  Friday 7th June is a  'Big Read' feature, and  contains an in depth interview with Mark Ronson, one of the worlds most accomplished contemporary popular music producers. From his Hip Hop background he's shape shifted through seminal works with Amy Winehouse, created monster pop soul hits with Bruno Mars and even won an Oscar for his work with Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga on the film ' A Star Is Born'.  His latest work continues his  collaborative hook ups, Miley Cyrus, King Princess, Alicia Keys, Camila Cabello and Yeebaon are all on “Nothing Breaks Like A Heart,” Ronson's new album. This highly anticipated new work emerges on June 21. You can read the whole feature HERE there're more photographs from the session in the piece.

Laville: Jocks & Nerds

03 June 19

Posted at 8:41

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Laville's expressive soulful voice and emotional songwriting is grabbing attention and plaudits from new fans and music industry heads alike.

Dean photographed André Laville before his concert at ‘The Borderline' in Soho London, this showcase marked the launch of ‘Thirty One’, Laville’s debut EP.

The picture above appears in the freshly relaunched Jocks & Nerds Magazine, it's the Summer ’19 edition and available HERE.

Laville's first full length album 'The Wanderer', will be released on 19th July, it includes the epic track ‘Easy’ which has to be one of the highlights amongst many other great songs. Click HERE to pre-order the album.

*Footnote: The Borderline venue is steeped in musical heritage,  many of the greats have playing there and it's one of the last gig venues in Soho. Currently it is under threat of demolition, it will be a great shame to see this venue close.




The Last Dance Radio Show: Boogaloo Radio

03 June 19

Posted at 5:18



On Thursday 30th of May Dean was invited as a special guest on the North London Radio Station, broadcast from the infamous Boogaloo Bar in Highgate.

What music would you listen to if today was the last day? 

Would you sing in the shower? What tune would you play while getting ready, eating, going to a club etc…? 

Click HERE for the show and hear what would be on Dean's playlist. THE LAST DANCE RADIO SHOW on Boogaloo Radio is presented by Stuart Whiffen and Josh Weller (Josh could not be on this particular show).


The Observer Magazine: Jarvis Cocker

19 May 19

Posted at 6:03

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The one and only Jarvis Cocker features in The Observer Magazine today. Dean's photographs appear on the cover and inside the magazine, an intense close up portrait leads the feature, complimented by dynamic and playful leaping cover shot and abstract full length portraits within the article. 

Writer Sophie Heawood interviewed Jarvis for the piece and discusses a range of topics including his rather unusual and unexpected love Jarvis has for caves... Dean has photographed Jarvis before for the NME over 10 years ago and was delighted to catch up with one of the UK's most idiosyncratic stars of music... Jarvis's new project is under the name JARV IS and his first release is ' Must I Evolve!'  It is rather good !

PULL UP!! : Totally Wired Radio : 2

14 May 19

Posted at 9:41


The Radio Show is now archived and can be heard here

Original Post:

Dean and Harris Elliott will present their monthly radio show on the new Acid Jazz radio station TWR (Totally Wired Radio). Broadcast live on Thursday 16-5-19 18:00 - 20:00. This months show features Design Legend Swifty as well as Fods from the immaculate fashion brand Labrum. Harris and Dean always play great music on the show too so tune in if you can.

Vital Vinyl : Ben Sherman Carnaby Street Re-Opening

09 May 19

Posted at 3:10



On Saturday 11th May Dean will be DJing at the Ben Sherman Carnaby Street store re-opening.

In addition, there will be a pop-up exhibition that will take you on a journey. A combination of prints and text that describes a vital selection of vinyl from Dean’s formidable collection, as well as personal stories and insights.

Come along enjoy it with a drink and a heavy dose of Northern Soul, RnB, Ska, SoulJazz, etc…

The event will take place between 4-7 pm in Carnaby Street. The exhibition will remain up for one week.

Ben Sherman has been at the centre of British style and culture for over 50 years.


01 May 19

Posted at 2:13

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Dean and Harris Elliott's 1st PULL UP!! Radio show is archived and available here

The show is a monthly musical and cultural mash up. With an eclectic music policy you will hear the unexpected across many genres, Northern Soul, Roots Reggae, Gospel, Japanese Punk, Hip Hop, Arabic funk, Latin Boogaloo, Jazz, Disco, House etc. This month specially invited guests poet jυlιanĸnxх, artist Mark Wigan drop into the show for a chat.

Totally Wired Radio (TWR) is the brand new radio station from Acid Jazz, the seminal East London record company which is currently celebrating its 30th birthday. The station promotes independence, individuality and identity. From Punk to Funk, Jazz to Reggae, Hip Hop to Gospel and a whole lot more in-between.

Stay tuned for the next PULL UP!! on Thursday 16th May 6-8 pm!

Alice Jemima: Icarus Single Release

14 April 19

Posted at 2:48

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After a two year studio break writing new material, Alice Jemima has just revealed a brand new single 'Icarus', co-written with Sophie Ellis Bextor and producer Simon Byrt. This is the first single since the release of her eponymously titled first album. The 'Alice Jemima' debut album was very well received and set her on this journey. Both Alice and Sophie Ellis Bextor will head out on a UK tour this summer.

More images from this campaign emerging soon... For now though click here to listen to 'Icarus'. 


The Sunday Times Magazine: Paul Weller

03 April 19

Posted at 1:22

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Recently Dean photographed the living legend that is Paul Weller for The Sunday Times Magazine. The accompanying article, written by Krissi Murison is very illuminating showing sides of Paul that are very rarely seen. Paul talks about his music, family and views on the changing and redefining ways society and attitudes are evolving. Paul covers a lot of ground in this insightful interview. 

Dean visited Paul at his studio in Surrey and made many beautiful images, some were shot outside on a white seamless (It happened to be a beautiful sunny day) and others were made within the recording studio. 

Dean has photographed Paul Weller several times, these sessions have featured in Artwork and editorial features for a variety of publications.

Considering Paul Weller's over all career including The Jam, Style Council, Paul Weller Movement etc  there are few artists that have so consistently produced great work over such a long time period. 

To go to The Sunday Time page click here