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EVERDREAM RECORDS is run by Gilbert Gabriel, who is a keyboardist, songwriter, and producer. His legacy includes working with Pink Floyd legend David Gilmour, Nick Laird-Clowes, and Kate St John on three albums of The Dream Academy that features the worldwide hit Life in a Northern Town. The song has since been featured in numerous advertisements, TV shows, and films, as well as remixes by Dario G, Clean Bandit and Sugarland.


When The Dream Academy parted ways with Warner Brothers Gilbert had several record deals with Blanco Y Negro Records and Rough Trade. Gilbert eventually  decided to form his own record label which he called Everdream Records in 2017 . The idea was to use it as a platform for his music and collaborative work that includes Dreampop, Folk, Neo-classical music, Electronica, and Jazz.


Over the decades, Gilbert has collaborated with PM Dawn, Share Nelson, Shola Ama, Kirsty Hawkshaw, X-Ray Spex, Youth, Andrew Fryer (Chaka Khan, David Gray), and Thomas Kukurba (Peter Gabriel, Nigel Kennedy and Kroke).

In September 2022 Gilbert established a music collective called Into The Realm. It features Clare Kenny, bass and guitar (Sinead O'Connor, Indigo Girls),  Caroline Lavelle , vocals and cello (Massive Attack, Radiohead) as well as himself playing keyboards and guitar . The idea is  to create music for TV and Film sync as well as fixed media and live performance that include contemporary dance, art installations and gigs in bespoke spaces such as churches and historic buildings.

Everdream now celebrates its 6th anniversary. Its accomplishments include an Immersive Symposium at a the largest Dome in the UK as well as a film soundtrack (Memories of Dartington), and the creation of music for  contemporary dance (Sea of Noise) at a festival in Switzerland.  Everdream’s repertoire includes a range of sync music that is available for licensing that ranges from Dreampop, Indie, Folk, Electronica, Neo-classical music and Jazz music which are perfect for documentaries, dramas, and games.

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