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Simon says SIMON RAYMONDE

John Grant and Dirty Three have spent 21 years on the Bella Union label, and it’s the spirit of collaboration that marks this coming of age

What do the Australian folk-rock trio Dirty Three and American artist John Grant have in common? Well, it’s maybe not that unusual for artists to stay with labels for a long time. But with Warren Ellis, Mick Turner and Jim White – as triumphant a trio as you could imagine – collectively known as Dirty Three, and also John Grant (including his time with The Czars), it’s been 21 years each and has spanned 19 albums on Bella Union!

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