David Bloor has been producing, programming, engineering and arranging music for over 18 years.
Starting his career at London's iconic Metropolis studios in 1998 he earned his professional stripes programming and engineering on releases for artists as varied as Annie Lennox, Jeff Beck (three albums including 2001's Grammy-winning 'You Had It Coming'), Simply Red (four albums) and Luciano Pavarotti.
He went onto expand his experience to encompass sessions at both Battery and Olympic Studios and recording Blur, Soho Dolls, Roger Daltrey, The Waterboys and working on The Rolling Stones catalogue archive project.
Since then, his creative remit has grown releasing his own music and remixing acts including Iggy Pop, The Enemy, Fatboy Slim, The Young Punx, Gary Go and Public Enemy - both under his alter-ego Superfrank.
David has been creating highly respected (and popular) library music since 2006 for agencies and labels including West One, KPM, EMI, APM and JUMP , as well as producing bespoke music for major client campaigns including Jaguar, Landrover, Bacardi, Xfm, New Era, 6 Music, Channel 4 and Smirnoff.