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Matthew Evans is a songwriter and producer. In 2003 he signed to Beggars Banquet. After support from BBC Radio 1 DJs Steve Lamacq and John Peel, recording three sessions for Peel, he released his debut album, Songs of Ignorance. The album was praised by NME as ‘one of the lost greats…revealing a canny aptitude for hook-laden guitar tricks but also story-telling uncovering some kind of deeper human truth.’
He has toured extensively across Europe, and his music has been licensed to film and television worldwide. His music has been heard on American TV comedy series ‘The Royals’ (2015), Cult feature length film Svengali (2013), and numerous TV commissions. Matthew has also been nominated for the Welsh Music Prize Album of the year for 2015.
Matthew is also a keen filmmaker and has made music videos for clients that include Rough Trade Records, 1965 Records and Beggars Banquet.


2016 – Ongoing Forté Project – Songwriting bootcamps and Masterclasses 2015 Welsh Music Prize Nominee ‘Ring the Changes’ 2015 Soundtrack ‘The Royals’. Lionsgate Television.

2015 Client: Peacocks ‘Valentines Campaign’. Lab Class Creative Studio
2014 Client: Peacocks ‘Christmas Campaign’. Lab Class Creative Studio
2014 South Wales Echo 50 greatest Welsh songs of all time
2013 Soundtrack ‘Svengali’. Root Films (3 songs) Number 11 Soundtrack Charts
2012 Client: Misguided Television and Online campaign
2009 Buzz Magazine. 5 star review
2003 Top 10 John Peel ‘Festive 50’
2003 NME Single of the Week

Teaching interests

Course Leader: MA Songwriting and Production

Research interests

2017 – REF Conference, MMD Research Group: ‘The Songwriter’s Triangle: Toward a Technical Approach to Assessing Creativity in Songwriting’


Audio Digital Mastering

Education/Academic qualification

PCET Distinction

Documentary Film and Television, BA (Hons), BA (Hons) 1st Class: Documentary Film & Television


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