Malcolm Clark is an Australian musician who has collaborated with many bands including The Sleepy Jackson, Jeff Martin 777, Steve Poltz, Bob Evans, The Basement Birds, Laney Lane, Katy Steele, Angry Anderson, The Exploders, Georgi Kay, Mess Hall, Eskimo Joe, Nathan Gaunt, Spencer Tracey, The Weapon is SoundMalcolm Clark was born in Johannesburg, South Africa, in 1977 and moved to Australia at the age of 4 due to his Father Vic Clark accepting a job offer in the small city of Perth, Western Australia in 1981. Malcolm's Father, originally from England, played guitar in the early 1960s in London with well-known artists, like Johnny Kidd & The Pirates and Screaming Lord Sutch and the Savages. This musical background may have added to Clark's unique talent in being able to play many different instruments.He became very interested in film and photography and as a teenager played in many different bands from jazz to heavy metal. At the age of 23 Clark was offered to become a member of up and coming Perth band The Sleepy Jackson. This boosted Clark's career. The band signed to EMI MUSIC and they toured for 5 years playing over 1500 shows worldwide. Lead singer Luke Steele went on to create Empire of the sun with Nic Littlemore and in the meantime Clark took over the Sleepy Jackson's recording studio lease in 2007 which was called Number 9 and proposed a business partnership with Shaun Sibbes, Nic Jonsson, and Sam Ford to open up Bang Bang Studios. In 2010 Clark opened Yoyo Studio, which is still currently operating in a suburb of Perth called Osborne Park.