This was to be the catalyst for the formation of a band called 'Dreamscape' (or for a short while 'Anglesea'). Musicians came and went during and after numerous gigs in the heart of England. During this period, Malc became friends with a drummer by the name of Paul Smith, and it was from this friendship that saw Malc leave to join 'Livewyre' in 1998. Although, there were some initial changes to the line-up, the band swelled with the recrutment of Adam 'Macster' MacNaughton on Bass, and on Lead Guitar, Chris Ashton. Livewyre went on to play many pubs, clubs, weddings and barmitzfa's in the Midllands and sometimes further afield. Having reached the semi-finals of a 'Battle of the Band' competition, they decided to go into the studio, and recorded the 'Heart and Soul EP' in 2001.
As a consequence of this recording, 'Livewyre' played on the breakfast show on Kerrang 105.3FM, to approx 2 million listeners, and received great feedback. In 2005, Malc played his last gigs with his best mates in 'Livewyre', and moved back to North Wales to concentrate on family and career, But this was not the end, as even now, Malc is writing and recording new material all the time, forming a band to go and show the world some toe tapping tunes, and enjoying the time with family. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..