The Grammy-winning producer and musician’s credits include records with Bob Dylan, Emmylou Harris, Iggy Pop, the Neville Brothers, and Chris Whitley. Throughout his long association with fellow Canadian producer Daniel Lanois at Kingsway Studio, and in his own Clouet St. and Kingston, NY studios, Malcolm has always pursued a taste-over-flash aesthetic with an affinity for handmade music. He also hosts the weekly radio program [“The Long Way Around”](https://radiokingston.org/en/broadcast/the-long-way-around) highlighting an eclectic mix of artists. While record production can be a nuanced search for the divine in music, Malcolm is equally comfortable in the brutal climate of the Troubled Men Podcast.
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Intro music: Styler/Coman
Break music: “Raging Sea” from “Little Houses in Space” by the Geraniums, produced by Malcolm Burn
Outro music: “Whether or Not” from “No Mermaid” by Sinéad Lohan, produced by Malcolm Burn