Bakermoon Studios

Welcome to Bakermoon


British record producer, songwriter and musician, Ed Bentley, opened Bakermoon Studios in London in 2007 as a creative space to produce friends’ early demos.

2012 saw a move over to Berlin where he grew the studio into a high-end commercial recording facility that became the go to place for many in the Berlin music community. 

He has worked with a wide array of artists and genres over the years, from performing the guitars on the Grammy nominated, BAFTA winning soundtrack ‘The Theory of Everything’, for composer Jóhann Jóhannsson, to engineering the platinum-selling “tieduprightnow” by Parcels, to working on the pioneering PROTO by Holly Hendon (Mary Anne Hobbs’ album of the year), to engineering the Top 10 album ‘Wonderer’ by Mogli.

Ed has developed a reputation for capturing live organic performances in the studio, bringing a modern approach to old school 24 track recording, and keeping things simple.

He has a masters in Advanced Music Technology from the London College of Music and is based in Berlin. 


Clients & Collaborators

A selection of the talented artists / producers Ed has worked with:


Johann Johannsson (Golden Globe/BAFTA winner),

Dustin O’Halloran (Emmy winner),



Holly Herndon, 

Adam Ficek (Babyshambles), 

Sophie Hunger, 

Kristof Hahn (Swans), 

Paul Wallfish (Swans),

Larry Mullins (Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds), 

AJ Tracey, 

Jeff Darko

Jim Kroft, 

All The Luck In The World, 

Dear Reader,

Paul Pilot,

Hannes Butze,

Tadeu Patolla (Latin Grammy winner),

Daniel Arruda,


Jonathan Kluth,

Alexa Shoen,

Ben Barritt,

Ryan McMullan,


A Band of Buriers,

Esben & The Witch,


Teresa Bergman,

Zebo Adam,
Tom Adams,

Charlotte Brandi (Me and My Drummer),

Joe Joaquim,

The Anna Thompsons,

Arish Khan (King Khan & The Shrines),

Johannes Oerding,

Michael Schulte,

Max Prosa,




For all enquiries please contact:


Ed Bentley –