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"a dreamy listen- an exciting new talent to keep an eye on"

- Elliot Darby, BBC Radio 1

"If you want to start the year right, we should probably start with an ear-worm that's going to be stuck in everyone's head"

- Adam Crowther, BBC Radio Bristol

“Cool and Vibey”

- Jodie Bryant, BBC Radio 1, BBC Introducing

“That is a banger”

- Seb Bailey, BBC Radio 1, BBC Bristol, Virgin Radio UK

"..effortless sound and wholesome musicianship"

- Danu, Indie Buddie Blog

"writing songs about real things"

- Tom Stroud, BBC Radio Solent

Nory-J is the indie/ dream pop pseudonym of British musician Jack Spooner. Gaining 10,000 monthly listeners for his latest Lofi-Dream Pop record ‘irrelevant, benevolent’,  his artistry has found itself with BBC Radio Solent, international reviewers and throughout Co-Op stores across the UK with Hit Radio’s own Hattie Pearson crowning Nory as her ‘Off The Shelf’ artist for the store. The tune gained Radar 45 attention from BBc Radio 1 Presenter Jodie Bryant who praised the tune as “cool and vibey” in early 2024. The Nory discography has been catching the eye of other BBC Radio 1 presenters like Elliot Darby and Seb Bailey, who claim Nory-J is “one to watch out for”.


His collection has amassed over 85,000 streams on Spotify allowing for his first UK tour, and heavy involvement with national radio, becoming BBC Radio Bristol’s ‘Live in Session’ artist [July 2022], ‘Big New Sound’  [2023] as well as a live interviewee at the International Balloon Fiesta in mid-2023. Nory-J combines musical elements from the depths of Dream Pop, Indie Pop and Jazz for a unique discography creating an “sonic voyage through the British indie dreamland” [Pier Magazine].


His discography seeks to never repeat itself and his live shows will utilise a different band in each concert to leave the audience smiling, laughing and crying with every niche sound and forgotten gem.


"songs are beautiful, stellar "

- Harry Marshall, TMG Records

"his distinct, nostalgic guitar sound."

- Mckinzie Smith, Buzzkill Magazine

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