I love writing and producing songs that get trapped in people's heads. Working with majors -BMG, Universal, Capital, Black Butter. I work in Pop, Electronic, Hip Hop, Soul, Dance, Folk and everything in between. I also work with worldwide major brands like BT, Primark and Lowe Alpine on international campaigns.
I am an Aussie-American Englishman called Luke Moseley (a.k.a MOSELEY). I work out of my studio in Brixton, London. From here I co-write, produce, engineer and master. I am currently writing and producing for both signed and unsigned artists worldwide including Kidnap, Salt Ashes, Tommy Ashby and Marisha Wallace to name a few.
I am an accomplished singer and multi-instrumentalist playing the guitar, bass and drums and has picked up a myriad of other, lesser-known instruments along the way.
I also writes music for film & TV, Recent commissions include Primark, BT and Lowe Alpine. I am currently working on a Disney Pixar feature film due out in 2020. I have also been commissioned to be the music supervisor for a new Broadway musical set for a 2020 premiere.
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Luke is an incredible producer if I could give him MORE than 5 stars I would!!
I have worked with Luke for the past year and released two singles with him. Since working with him my career as a pop artist and songwriter has grown vastly. Luke truly cares about each track he works on as well as the artist he is working with. Whether you need help choosing album artwork or tips on how to promote your music, he is always there! His wholistic approach to production coupled with his outstanding work ethic is why I would recommend him to anyone looking for a kick ass producer!
The first session I did with Luke I knew we were going to be working together for a long time.
He's a hugely creative, original producer and his love for what he does comes through in everything he works on. As an artist you want a producer who listens to your vision and can help you take it somewhere amazing and Luke has that in spades. Energetic, hard working and a great guy.
Luke is a great producer, always ready with a tonne of creative ideas and options for an artist, fun and easy to work with and keeps the project on track. Totally recommend this guy.
Moseley is a great producer, songwriter, and musician. If you want a well-produced song look no further, 100% can recommend!
I've had the pleasure of working with Moseley on a few projects, and he always brings a great energy and vibe to songs. I brought him in to produce an artist I’ve been working with and I couldn’t be happier with the result. Really professional and great to work with. Highly recommended.
Interview with MOSELEY
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: Helping clients connect with the listener in a genuine way. Transitioning this connection into real traction and building great steaming numbers. Using great numbers to book killer live shows where you can engage with your fans.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: Oak Felder Ryan Tedder Rick Rubin Timbaland Pharrell Bin Iver Beck Benny Blanco Ed Sheeran
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: I have a large wriying and production studio just outside of Brixton in London. My main aim is to create a great vibe where artists feel safe to let themselves be vulnerable. If people don't feel safe and inspired then the songs just won't be as good! It's all about the song for me.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: Start with the song and make sure it is as strong as possible. Really dive into what we are trying to make the listener feel emotionally. Then start fleshing out the production to reinforce that emotion.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: I have 15 years of songwriting experience that I pour into every song. I have a great ability to always keep the song on track to make sure every part is leading us to the main emotion.
Q: What's your strongest skill?
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: Pop in all its many forms. From straight up Dua Lipa type pop, to more avant gard Bon Iver type pop to really heavy trap type pop of Post Malone.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Every 25 minutes try to zoom out to see the big picture of the song and production. It is easy to drown in the detail before the whole song is even formed as a whole.