Bruce Aisher is a music producer, music technology journalist and lecturer...
Bruce cut his teeth in the mid-nineties dance music scene at Cheeky Records with production luminary Rollo, which led to him working on Dido's platinum-selling 'No Angel' album, where he provided all manner of synth twiddling and keyboard choppery.
As one half of house duo 'Brancaccio & Aisher' he went on to have a string of club hits for the likes of Bedrock, Parlophone and his own Player One Records. ‘B&A’ are perhaps best know for 'It's Gonna Be... (A Lovely Day)' which reached No.1 in the US Billboard Club Chart and became a UK Top 40 hit.
Later, Bruce formed the band Suicide Sports Club, with the intention of taking his studio-based electronic music into the live arena. Their album 'Electric Mistress' was released in 2006 and toured with live performances at V-Festival, Electric Gardens, Fabric, Herbal, Bedrock and Creamfields in Buenos Aires. SSC’s music went on to be featured in the movie soundtrack to US box-office smash 'The Invisible' and hit CBS TV series ‘Num3ers’.
He has a successful solo club alter-ego ‘Gutterstylz’, with tracks and remixes for Armada, Poker Flat, Bedrock, Renaissance, Ego, Burrito, Mashtronic, MofoHifi, Alternative Route, Morrison and others.
Bruce has lent his sound design skills to products from Native Instruments, Clavia and SampleMagic, and is a regular contributor to Future Music magazine (with a monthly Cubase column, hardware and software reviews, and specialist articles) and Attack.
Bruce also teamed-up with Sample Magic to deliver the exciting 'House Music Summer School' - now in its fifth year. He has hosted sessons at the London Electronic Music Event, including keynote interviews with Ben Watt, Goldie and Matt Black.
Alongside much freelance education and training work, Bruce is Pathway Leader for the highly regarded Music and Sound Technology MSc Programme at Hertfordshire University.