MUSIC PRODUCTION

Malcolm runs a Pro Tools based music production studio in North London, providing full service music production including recording, arranging, producing, project preproduction and mentoring, composition, songwriting, vocal coaching, commercial production music, session work and all forms of music collaboration, at the studio and remotely. He also provides onsite Green Screen Video facilities. 

Malcolm brings his wealth of experience in the music industry to every project. Some of the artists he has recorded or performed with include Ozzy Osbourne / Bill Ward (Black Sabbath), Elton John, Steve Cropper, Leslie West / Corky Laing (Mountain), Little Richard,

Dr John, Jack Bruce / Eric Clapton / Ginger Baker (Cream), Joe Bonamassa, Lulu, Tony Butler / Mark Brzezicki (Big Country), Eddi Reader (Fairground Attraction), Paul Young, Mick Taylor (Rolling Stones), Simon Phillips (Toto, The Who, Jeff Beck), Dennis Chambers (Santana, Parliament Funkadelic), Gary Husband (Level 42, John McLaughlin), David Sancious (Bruce Springsteen, Sting, Peter Gabriel), Bernie Marsden (Whitesnake), Glen Hughes (Deep Purple), Robben Ford (Miles Davis, Joni Mitchell), Karl Jenkins and Mike Ratledge (Soft Machine) and many more.

Malcolm has also worked extensively in education, as a teacher for Barnet Education Arts Trust, as well as project collaborations with

Hackney Music Service (HMS) and Hackney Music Development Trust (HMDT). He was the composer for Chiff Chaff and Chickpea

In Search of Sounds, for Youth Music, with narration by Cathy Tyson, given to 100,000 families via Surestart.

Recent work includes:

Co-executive producer, arranger and performer for a collaborative album / video project (Quarto Valley Records)

 

Recording sessions for Eva Stokes' upcoming album release ‘The Syzygy’ produced by Jack Endino (Nirvana, Soundgarden)

For bookings / enquiries please CONTACT HERE

EXAMPLES OF PRODUCTION MUSIC PROJECTS BY MALCOLM BRUCE
Philippo Berio Olive Oil Commercial
for Sweetapple Agency
(ITV, Sky)
ON THE BALL THE STORY OF SPORTS COMMENTARY credits theme music (BBC)