Tim Bran aka MyRiot

Producer/ Mixer/ Writer

Clients include: London Grammar, Birdy, James Morrison, Primal Scream

Tim Brans versatile music skills as a writer, producer and mixer have seen him make a major contribution to an eclectic body of work. As one half of production duo MyRiot , Tim has been producing records with some of the most artistic names in contemporary pop for well over a decade. From the stunning success of the London Grammar 2013 debut album If You Wait”, to Aurora’s gorgeous electronic soundscapes, via the artful punk of Bloc Party and anthemic power of The Verve, Tim has consistently helped guide the recording process for artists with vision and authenticity. 

Brans career commenced as a teenager in Guernsey, when he converted an old German communications bunker into his own music studio. After honing his skills, Island Records recruited him to become their in-house producer at Bunker Studios in London where he worked with such fascinating characters as Julian Cope. Bran left Bunker Studios to join Copes band on a full-time basis, and he later formed the enduring dub/reggae/techno pioneers Dreadzone with his friend Greg Roberts. Signed to Virgin Records, Dreadzone had several successful albums including 360 Degrees” and Second Light” which spawned their biggest hit single Little Britain”.

In 2012, Kerr and producer Tim Bran formed a production duo called MyRiot to work on tracks for The Scissor SistersMagic Hour” album. Having discovered a creative synergy, they began working with other artists too, such as Chloe Howl, London Grammars album If You Wait’. The band would go on to win an Ivor Novello award for the track Strong” and were also nominated for British Breakthrough Act at The BRIT Awards.

Never shy of the charts, MyRiot also produced 10 tracks for the Birdy album Beautiful Lies”. The album shot to number three in the UK album charts and hit the iTunes top 10 in no less than 25 countries. Bran has also co-produced Rae Morris album Someone One There”, including the radio hits Do It” and Athletico”. MyRiot returned to the charts in 2014 across Europe as the producers of Marlon Roudettes second album Electric Soul”, featuring the monster world wide, million selling hit When The Beat Drops Out”. Their reputation as song writers was enforced with the success of Halseys breakthrough debut album Badlands” which features a co-write from them and being asked to co-write with  James Morrisson on ‘Higher Than Here’. Further hits came for them in their production of the Foxes single Better Love”, the Irish Number 1 album from Walking On Cars that the pair produced in 2015 and multiple tracks on AURORA’S 2018 & 2019 albums ‘Infections Of A Different Kind’. The have since gone on to produce multiple tracks for Imelda May’s 2021 album ’11 Past The Hour’ and Abby Sage’s 2022 EP ‘The Florist’.

He is a globally renowned mix engineer who is highly regarded for his successes mixing for La Roux, James Morrison, The Verve and Kylie Minogue. He has an established reputation in Europe and works with many emerging artists, such as Ozark Henry for a third time, critically acclaimed dutch band Haevn, Axel Flovent , Dotan, Alice On The Roof and Gjon’s Tears.

In the mid-90s, Bran co-founded a music technology company called Rocket Network. A pioneering project at the time, it enabled real time musical collaboration over the internet. This kept him busy until the end of 2002, when the company was sold to Digidesign, creators of ProTools.

Bran quickly returned to the studio and began releasing material under the moniker of Subsonar, and further explored the fields of dub and electronica. Signed to Youths label Liquid Sound, Bran has since worked on many of Youths productions, programming for the likes of Sir Paul McCartney, Embrace, Primal Scream, The Charlatans, The View and Mumm-ra amongst others. Another of Brans successful musical relationships has been with Richard Ashcroft, having produced and mixed much of The Verve 2008 #1 comeback album Forth”.

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