Bark Bark Disco

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Ian Schranz, (born March 9, 1977) best known by the stage name Bark Bark Disco, is a Maltese indie musician. Schranz first began his career as the drummer of the band Beangrowers before establishing himself as a solo artist.

Schranz released a demo single under the name Bark Bark Disco called "Song for the Lovers"[1] which was a tribute to 1970s adult actress Brigitte Lahaie, and was taken from Erwin Dietrich's film Six Swedish Girls in a Boarding School. It received half a million views on YouTube in two weeks. Following this, organisers asked him to play a solo show opening for Bonnie Prince Billy in a masonic cemetery in Valletta.

Schranz has collaborated extensively with other artists such as JOON, Andre Herman Dune aka Stanley Brinks, Johnny Jewel and Jeffrey Lewis among others.



  • Holy Smokes (Minty Fresh, 2018)


  • "'Til the End" (Italians Do It Better, 2020)
  • "Another Play" (Italians Do It Better, 2020)
  • "Honey I Love You Now" (Minty Fresh, 2018)
  • "Big Love" (Minty Fresh, 2018)
  • "Song for the Lovers" (Parasol, 2013)


  • "Let's Do This" (61 Franky, 2012)
  • "Get Out Of My Songs" (61 Franky, 2013)
  • "The Ep from the Sea" (61 Franky, 2013)


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