Wild Water – Official Trailer


Paper Vision Films is thrilled to release the first trailer for its forthcoming feature documentary in partnership with homelessness charity Crisis. Wild Water is a dive into the cold water swimming community at West Yorkshire’s Gaddings Dam, home to the highest beach in England.

What drives somebody to swim in a freezing reservoir, and what do they find on the other side? The film tracks the landscape and the people as they use the restorative powers of cold water to reconnect with their mental health, identity, nature and each other.

Wild Water

Out Autumn 2023.


Screening, Partnership & Distribution enquiries: @wildwaterfilm

Press enquiries: @margaret_london

Screening, Partnership & Distribution enquiries: pete@paperevisionfilms.com

Untitled – The Wild Kiwi Army

The good people at Untitled have interviewed and got mixes from our Kiwi cousins.

Paper Cuts Vol.6

After 28 years, Paper Recordings is still releasing music with the same enthusiasm as those bushy tailed youths of the 90s. Deep house, disco and Balearic is the name of the game, with the label’s never compromised stamp of quality running through it like a stick of Blackpool rock.

Volume 6 of the Paper Cuts compilation features releases from the summer of ’21 to ’22 with New Zealand, Norway, USA, South Africa, Mexico, Malaysia, Eastern Europe and of course the North of England all representing. All bangers with tracks to rock the party, the warm-up and the afters from the Paper family.


Sean Johnston: “All killer!”

Alice Palace: “Quality selection of releases from Paper as always”
Jaegerossa: “Some belters here! Like this a lot!”
The Secret Soul Society: “Proper crackerz all round – tasty!”



The Wild Kiwi Army Vol. 7

If you thought the Kiwis were a friendly, genial bunch then think again, The Wild Army has gone down under to rob, steal, conquer and plunder.

Max Maxwell’s Always Right In goes in with some bouncing big room house made to be heard on a big rig. Squelching bass, spoken word, smooth production and a breakdown for peak time as the delayed synths wonk out.

Marcos Alonso’s remix ups the wobble and squelch but makes it a more heads-down affair. Proper nailed down, deep house music that delivers.

Nick Munday goes techno with acid bass, arpeggiated arps, MPC drums and a whole heap of machine soul. One for the heads, the dancers and the ravers.

Marcos’ Piece Of The Puzzle is subterranean house music that wobbles, burbles and slides along, driven by rhythm guitar. Synth melodies, SFX vocal snippets and smooth production go late night.

Paper artist Kennedy takes Piece of the Puzzle, keeping things low and slow but adding a bit of extra fizz. Warped vocals take things leftfield.


Anthony Mansfield – Tidy sleaze right there

Inland Knights – Great stuff

Harri (Sub Club) – Liking, will play and support

Aldrin Zouk – Tasty package of deep cuts. Thanks!