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M-Phazes
Birth nameMark Landon
Born (1983-02-01) 1 February 1983 (age 38)
Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
GenresHip hop, R&B
Occupation(s)Music producer
InstrumentsSampler, keyboards, bass guitar
Years active2007–present
LabelsIt's Official Music / Warner, Obese Records
Websitemphazes.com

Mark Landon (born 1 February 1983), better known by his stage name M-Phazes, is an Aussie-born producer based in LA. He has produced records for Logic, Demi Lovato, Madonna, Eminem, Kehlani, Zara Larsson, Remi Wolf, Kiiara, Noah Cyrus, and Cautious Clay. He produced and wrote Eminem’s “Bad Guy” off 2015’s Grammy Winner for Best Rap Album of the Year “The Marshall Mathers LP 2.” He produced and wrote “Sober” by Demi Lovato, “playinwitme” by KYLE ft. Kehlani, “Adore” by Amy Shark, “I Got So High That I Found Jesus” by Noah Cyrus, and “Painkiller” by Ruel ft Denzel Curry.

M-Phazes developed and produced Kimbra, KYLE, Amy Shark, and Ruel before they broke. He put his energy into Ruel beginning at age 13 and guided him to RCA. M-Phazes produced Amy Shark’s successful songs including “Love Songs Ain't for Us,” co-written by Ed Sheeran. He worked extensively with KYLE before he broke and remains one of his main producers. In 2017, M-Phazes was nominated for Producer of the Year at the APRA Awards alongside Flume. In 2018 he won 5 ARIA Awards including Producer of the Year. His recent releases are with Remi Wolf, VanJess, and Kiiara.

Cautious Clay, Keith Urban, Travis Barker, Nas, Pusha T, Anne-Marie, Kehlani, Alison Wonderland, Lupe Fiasco, Alessia Cara, Joey Bada$$, Wiz Khalifa, Teyana Taylor, and Wale have all featured on tracks M-Phazes produced.

Early life

M-Phazes was born on 1 February 1983. He went to Miami High School on the Gold Coast and lived in Burleigh Heads, Queensland.

Career

2008: One Stop Shop

In 2008, Mark Landon was the winner of Sha Money XL’s ‘One Stop Shop’ beat battle in Phoenix, Arizona. The competition was judged by producers such as Swizz Beats (Jay Z, Alicia Keys), DJ Premier (Nas, Christina Aguilera) and Denaun Porter (Eminem, D12). His win at One Stop would lead to producing for Contemporary R&B superstar Amerie.

2009: Flying Colors, Running On Air

M-Phazes reached gold sales for the first time in 2009 with Bliss n Eso’s album ‘Flying Colors’ of which he produced 7 songs, and reached his first platinum sales in 2010 with Bliss n Eso’s album ‘Running On Air’.

2010: Signing to Mushroom Music & Obese Records, Good Gracious (Album)

In 2010, M-Phazes signed a publishing deal with Mushroom Records and record deal with Obese Records, later releasing his debut album ‘Good Gracious’ featuring Bliss n Eso, Drapht, Illy, Phrase and many other Australian Hip-Hop artists. His album, ‘Good Gracious’ won an ARIA Award for Best Urban Release unexpectedly beating Bliss n Eso's ‘Running On Air’ of which he produced 4 songs.

2011: Kimbra 'Vows'

M-Phazes was enlisted by Kimbra in 2011 to co-produce her platinum debut album ‘Vows’.[1] ‘Vows’ won Best Pop Album and Album of the Year in the New Zealand Music Awards.

2013: Universal Music Publishing, Bad Guy

2013 saw M-Phazes sign a worldwide deal with Universal Music Publishing Group and land his first major placement with ‘Bad Guy’ which was the intro track on Eminem’s 8th album The Marshall Mathers LP 2.[2]

2014: Illy 'Tightrope' and 'Cinematic'

In 2014 M-Phazes’s produced his first platinum selling single with Illy’s ‘Tightrope’ taken from the Gold selling album ‘Cinematic’ which was executive produced by M-Phazes.[3]

M-Phazes has been working with Keyshia Cole,[4] 2 Chainz, Daniel Johns,[5] Luke Steele, Kimbra, Illy, Guy Sebastian, Thelma Plum, Meg Mac and Hopium.

He also produced the 2014 song "Don't Wanna Fall in Love" by singer/rapper KYLE.

2015: New Album, Grammy and APRA awards

M-Phazes received a Grammy award[6] for his co-production work on the track "Bad Guy" from Eminem's 'Marshall Mathers LP2' album. The Marshall Mathers LP2 album received the 2015 Grammy award for Best Rap Album.[7]

He also received the 2015 Urban Work of the Year APRA[8] award for his co-production on the track 'Tightrope' taken from Illy's album 'Cinematic'.

He is currently working on his follow up album to Good Gracious which is scheduled for release in 2015 through Warner Music Australia/It's Official Music.

Awards and nominations

AIR Awards

The Australian Independent Record Awards (commonly known informally as AIR Awards) is an annual awards night to recognise, promote and celebrate the success of Australia's Independent Music sector.

Year Nominee / work Award Result
AIR Awards of 2010[9][10] Good Gracious Best Independent Hip Hop/Urban Album Nominated

ARIA Music Awards

The ARIA Music Awards is an annual awards ceremony that recognises excellence, innovation, and achievement across all genres of Australian music. M-Phazes has won two awards from six nominations.[11]

Year Nominee / work Award Result Lost to
2010 Good Gracious Best Urban Album Won N/A
2016 "Papercuts" by Illy (featuring Vera Blue) Producer of the Year Nominated Flume - Skin
Engineer of the Year Nominated Flume - Skin
2018 "I Said Hi" by Amy Shark (with Dann Hume) Producer of the Year Won N/A
Engineer of the Year Nominated Courtney Barnett - Tell Me How You Really Feel
2020 Free Time by Ruel Producer of the Year Nominated Tame Impala - The Slow Rush

National Live Music Awards

The National Live Music Awards (NLMAs) are a broad recognition of Australia's diverse live industry, celebrating the success of the Australian live scene. The awards commenced in 2016.

Year Nominee / work Award Result
National Live Music Awards of 2017[12][13] himself Live Instrumentalist of the Year Nominated

Discography

Year Artist Song Title Album Label Credit
2021 Lexi Jayde "Newbury Park" Single APG Producer
Yung Bae "Disco Body Parts" ft. Awolnation Single Arista Producer
Ruel "too many feelings" Single RCA Producer, Writer
Dixie D'Amelio "Roommates" Single Hitco Producer, Writer
Amy Shark "Love Songs Ain't For Us" ft. Keith Urban Love Songs Ain't For Us RCA Producer
"All the Lies About Me"
"C'MON" ft. Travis Barker
2020 Carlie Hanson "Side Effects" DestroyDestroyDestroyDestroy Warner Producer, Writer
Jutes "When You're Around" A Really Bad Dream Capitol Producer, Writer
Kiiara "Two Thumbs" lil kiiwi Atlantic Records Producer, Writer
Ruel "as long as you care"

"distance"

"courage"

"say it over"

"up to something"

Bright Lights, Red Eyes RCA Producer, Writer
"Say It Over" ft. Cautious Clay Single
"Painkiller" ft. Denzel Curry Single
Remi Wolf "Disco Man" I'm Allergic to Dogs! Island Producer, Writer
VanJess "Come Over" Single RCA Producer, Writer
Noah Cyrus "I Got So High I Found Jesus"

"The End of Everything"

"Young & Sad"

The End of Everything RECORDS/Columbia Producer
Anthony Russo "Nobody to Love" Single Sewing Apples Producer, Writer
Love Mansuy "Count On You" ft. Lil Wayne Single Warner Producer, Writer
Isaac Dunbar "Boy" isaac's insects RCA Producer, Writer
Bipolar Sunshine, Chloe Angelides "Ex-Wifi" Single Spanakopita Lullabies Producer, Writer
2019 Jarryd James "Let It Go" Single Dryden Street Producer, Writer
Guy Sebastian "Let Me Drink" ft. Wale Single Sony Australia Producer, Writer
"Choir" Single
Carlie Hanson "Back In Your Arms" Single Warner Producer, Writer
"Cigarettes" Junk Warner Producer, Writer
Kehlani "Love Language" While We Wait Atlantic Records Producer, Writer
KYLE "F You I Love You" ft. Teyana Taylor Light Of Mine Atlantic Records Producer, Writer
Ekali "Back 2 You" ft. Kiiara Single OWSLA Producer, Writer
Claudia Leitte "Bandera" Single Roc Nation Producer, Writer
Ruel "Courage"

"Don't Cry"

"Unsaid"

"Hard Sometimes"

"Real Thing"

"Face To Face"

"Painkiller"

Free Time RCA Producer, Writer
East "Brick by Brick" Single Warner Music Australia Producer, Writer
Meg Mac "Something Tell Us" Single 300 Entertainment Producer, Writer
2018 Demi Lovato "Sober" Single Island / Hollywood / Safehouse Producer, Writer
M-Phazes "Bad Behavior" ft. Daniel Johns Single Sony Australia Producer, Writer
MAX "Still New York" ft. Joey Bada$$ Single Atlantic Records Producer, Writer
Ruel "Say"

"Thinkin Bout You"

"Younger"

Ready RCA Producer, Writer
Amy Shark "I Said Hi" Single RCA Producer, Writer
KYLE "Moment" (ft. Wiz Khalifa)

"Ups and Downs"

"Rodeo" (ft. Alessia Cara)

"Babies" (ft. Khalid)

"IMissMe"

"It's Yours"

"Playinwitme" (ft. Kehlani)

Light of Mine Atlantic Records Producer, Writer
2017 KYLE "All Mine" (ft. MadeinTYO) Single Atlantic Records Producer, Writer
Mark Johns "Same Girl" Single OWSLA Producer, Writer
Jasmine Thompson "Someone’s Somebody" Wonderland Atlantic Records Producer
Zara Larsson "What They Say" So Good Epic Records Writer
Ruel "Don’t Tell Me" Single RCA Producer, Writer
M-Phazes & Ruel "Golden Years" Single M-Phazes Productions Pty. Ltd. Producer, Writer
Guy Sebastian "High On Me"

"Mind On You"

Conscious Sony Australia Producer, Writer
2016 Alison Wonderland "Messiah" Single Universal Australia Producer, Writer
Amy Shark "Adore"

"Blood Brothers"

Night Thinker Sony Australia Producer, Writer
Illy "Catch 22" (ft. Anne-Marie)

"Papercuts" (ft. Vera Blue)

Two Degrees Warner Australia Producer, Writer
Alison Wonderland "Messiah" N/A Producer, Writer
Moxie "On My Mind" (ft. Pusha T) 931 Reloaded Def Jam Producer, Writer
KLP (musician) "Ember" Ember - EP Universal Australia Producer, Writer
Guy Sebastian "Set In Stone" (Single) Guytunes Records Producer, Writer
2015 Madonna "Veni Vidi Vici" Rebel Heart Interscope Writer
Lupe Fiasco "Blur My Hands" (ft. Guy Sebastian) Tetsuo & Youth Atlantic Producer, Writer
KYLE "Don't Wanna Fall in Love"

"Really? Yeah!"

Smyle Indie-Pop Producer, Writer
Marracash "Senza Un Posto Nel Mondo" (feat.Tiziano Ferro) Status Producer, Writer
Guy Sebastian "Light & Shade" (ft. Sage Da Gemini) Madness Sony Australia Producer, Writer
Daniel Johns "Imagination" Talk Eleven Producer, Writer
Meg Mac "Never Be" (Single) 300 Ent. Producer, Writer
Hopium "Right Now" (Single) Warner Music Producer
2014 Thelma Plum "Monsters"

"Young In Love"

"How Much Does Your Love Cost"

"Candle"

Monsters - EP Producer, Writer
Logic "Bounce"

"Till The End"

Under Pressure Def Jam Producer, Writer
Keyshia Cole "N.L.U." (ft. 2 Chainz) Point Of No Return Interscope Producer, Writer
Meg Mac "Grandma's Hands" MEG MAC 300 Ent. Producer, Writer
Illy "Tightrope" Cinematic ONETWO Producer, Writer
Allday "Wolves" (ft. Sunni Colon) Startup Cult Concord Producer, Writer
Hopium "Dreamers" (Single) Producer, Writer
360 "Must Come Down" (ft. Pez) Utopia Producer, Writer
Eminem "Bad Guy" MMLP2 Aftermath Producer, Writer
2012 Kimbra (Multiple Tracks) Vows Warner Bros. Producer, Writer
Xzibit "Stand Tall" (feat. Slim the Mobster) Napalm EMI Producer, Writer
Solo Albums
Collaboration Albums

References

  1. ^ "Kimbra Enters US Album Chart At 14 ", Mess + Noise, 31 May 2011
  2. ^ Hohnen, Mike (24 October 2013), "Eminen Features Aussie M-Phazes On New Album MMLP2", Music Feeds
  3. ^ "M-Phazes Biography Universal Music Publishing Aus & NZ ", Umusicpub.com.au
  4. ^ "Keyshia Cole Teams Up with 2 Chainz on M-Phazes Produced 'N.L.U' ", Umusicpub.com.au, 15 October 2014
  5. ^ "M-PHAZES – SOUNDTRACK FOR CROOKS!", OzHipHop.com, 29 March 2014
  6. ^ Te Koha, Nui (9 February 2015). "Melbourne music producer M-Phazes scoops up a Grammy Award alongside rap powerhouse Eminem". Herald Sun. Retrieved 19 March 2018.
  7. ^ Grammy http://www.grammy.com/artist/eminem. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  8. ^ APRA Winners http://apraamcos.com.au/news/2015/march/2015-apra-music-awards-winners-announced/. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  9. ^ "Jagermeister Independent Music Awards Nominations Announced!". 1 September 2010. Retrieved 19 August 2020.
  10. ^ "History Wins". Australian Independent Record Labels Association. Retrieved 18 August 2020.
  11. ^ "And the 2020 ARIA Awards Go To…". Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA). Archived from the original on 26 November 2020. Retrieved 10 December 2020.
  12. ^ "NLMA reveal 2017 Nominees". NLMA. 9 October 2017. Retrieved 5 September 2020.
  13. ^ "Winners 2017". NLMA. December 2016. Retrieved 5 September 2020.
  14. ^ Sasson, Chloe (9 April 2010), "Good Gracious review", Sydney Morning Herald
  15. ^ Donovan, Patrick (19 March 2010), "Good Gracious review", The Age
  16. ^ "M-Phazes", Canberra Times, 11 March 2010

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