Welcome to hungersleep records

Home to GRICE and Siobhan McCrudden

Born in South London and materialised in a dilapidated Georgian mansion in deepst darkest Devon, hungersleep is an artist-led record label which operates in the genres of Art Rock, Experimental Rock and Folk Noir with a distinctive British flavour.

hungersleep records have on-line presence on Bandcamp, iTunes, Amazon, Spotify and all the usual digital outlets.
Our distribution network includes the legendary Burning Shed (home to Porcupine Tree, No-Man), Dutch Music Works and the Nikos Xilouris record shop (Athens, Greece).


  • Artist Development: we record, produce, release and promote new material from our roster of artists and work with talented musicians, composers and producers to create innovative and inspiring works.

  • Music Licensing: new, cutting edge, high sound quality music (songs, instrumentals and commissions) available for advertising, TV, film and corporate communications.
    Notable clients include: Black Diamond Films, BBC2 ('William & Kate: A Royal Engagement'), BBC Worldwide, MTV, Sky Sports channels etc.

  • Radio Show: artist promotion through live sessions on PhonicFM and the worldwide web on the UNDERGROUND show.

  • Projects: we devise, develop and present innovative multi-media performances, installations and exhibitions

  • Associates: Sound Gallery Studios (UK) and Forward Studios (Rome)

  • The Team

    Jim GRICE Peters: musician, producer, composer, singer/songwriter, social entrepreneur, founder of hungersleep records.

    Maria K. Peters: co-founder member with a passion for research, music, philosophy, psychology and dance.

    Duncan Chave: recording engineer and programmer

    Contact us
    Email: [email protected]

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    'The artist makes art not to save mankind but to save himself' (Camille Paglia)

    Copyright 2021 hungersleep productions Ltd. All rights reserved.
    hungersleep productions Ltd is registered in England and Wales No. 7391862