Alex Evans has extensive professional experience creating music through composition, recording and performance work. A classically trained musician, he has spent a large part of his life exploring popular music.
A founding member of British rock group, Moke, he has released two albums and numerous singles including the top 20 US hit, My Degeneration. He has been signed as an artist to Warner Bros, Ultimatum, Artemis and Dorado record labels and with Moke toured the UK, Europe and the US extensively throughout the late ‘90s/early 2000s along with many acts including The Goo Goo Dolls, The Black Crowes, Senser, Kings X, Tonic, Dogstar and Spacehog. Alex has recorded at Abbey Road, Rockfield, Olympic, Royal Tone, Strangeway, Sphere, Mix This and RAK studios with producers including Dave Eringa, Bob Clearmountain, Tim Palmer, Paul Stacey and Chris Kimsey.
Further to Moke's hiatus in 2002, Alex worked as a Music Buyer for international entertainment retailing chain, Virgin Megastores, before finding work as an in-house composer at Matineé Sound & Vision Ltd. Following a return to study, where he completed both a PGCE and a Masters degree in Composing for Film & Television, Alex has worked as a lecturer within Higher Education.
He is currently a Senior Lecturer in Popular Music and Music Technology at Kingston University and Education Officer at Visconti Studio, a partnership between legendary record producer Tony Visconti, the British Library and the Science Museum. A multi-instrumentalist, he remains active in the music industry as a writer, performer and session musician.