Red Broad Joined the Escape Club as their drummer in 2012 to work on their Celebrity album. He is a long-time friend of the band and has been playing drums with them ever since.
Born and raised in England Red moved to LA in the 90’s where he now works as a producer, artist and DJ.
Happy Hour in the Gene Pool was his first commercially released album under the name Evolve, followed by sophomore release Deeper Than the Sea. Both albums have found success in the downtempo chill out genre. He also produces Sofasonica a chilled out downtempo podcast available on Podomatic, MixCloud and iTunes and his chilled out mixes can be heard on several chill out radio stations across the internet.
Over the years Red has worked with many great artists such as Peter Gabriel, Toyah, Mark Hollis (Talk Talk) just to name a few. It was while working with Peter Gabriel though that his eyes (and ears) were opened up to a whole new world of rhythms and grooves. It was an inspirational game changer that has had a profound affect on his music productions ever since.
Red Broad has also scored music for film and TV. He has worked on several movies, the most notable being “The Arrival” starring Charlie Sheen, where one of his cues was used as play out music over the end credits. More recently the TV movie “Blue Seduction” starring Billy Zane (Titanic, Back To The Future) was completely written around six songs co-written with jazz singer Pamela Stonebrooke.