Mark Dynamix

Mark Dynamix

Mark Dynamix

Having deejayed professionally for more than 15 years, Mark is a significant figure in Australian dance music culture. To date, he has 26 mix CDs, 4 original releases and multiple remixes to his name. With sales fast approaching 2million units, no Australian DJ has sold more compilations. His mix for Ministry of Sounds “The Annual” became the highest selling compilation in the country ever, dance or otherwise.

Of course none of this would mean anything if he didn’t have talent. Mark’s expertise with the decks combined with an inspired track selection works alchemy on a room full of clubbers, swaying anyone within earshot to become a dedicated dance music aficionado. His ability to discover and develop the next sound is unparalleled in Australia, and the rise of Minimal and Electro in Australia can in part be attributed to his continual endorsement and personal affiliation with the genres. Regarded and awarded as the hardest working DJ in the industry, Mark is dutiful in his approach to deejaying; continually pushing the boundaries with his unique sound and educating Australians about underground electronica. Marks deejaying is more than finding the right tunes or playing solid sets of house, minimal or techno; Mark knows how to pull it all together and how to turn a deejay set into an experience.

Marks success as a deejay has been equaled by his original production. Mark was awarded as Top 5th producer in Australia at the ITM50 Awards in 2007. With remixes from Daniel Taylor and Chopstick “IDentify Me”, was play listed on high rotation on ABCs alternative radio network Triple J and was licensed locally and internationally to numerous compilations including The Annual in Germany and Ageha in Japan. His second single “Destructor” showcased a minimal electro sound; with remixes from Mashtronic, Jono Fernandez, Nick Galea & Matt Nugent.

There are also the soon to be released singles; “Moment Of Confusion Between Man & Dog” which explores new musical territory and “What You Do to Me” which is due for release in Australia in early 2008.

In latter half of 2007 Mark resided in the world’s electronica hub; Berlin which has greatly increased Mark’s profile in Europe. Using Germany as a base Mark played gigs across Europe including Fluid in London, Naughty in Brussels and Climax in Stuttgart. Mark also completed several tracks collaborating with his favourite producers; Chopstick, JohnJon (Chopstick) and Namito (Great Stuff).

Naturally well also see more remixes, of which Mark has so far has laid down his interpretations for Swedens Stisch, the U.Ks Fine Young Cannibals & Australias Darren Hayes. His remix of Datarocks “I Used To Dance With My Daddy” is featured on his latest compilation Discotek. Marks remix of Mashtronics “Earthquake” achieved chart success in the US, where it debuted at Number 1 on the Balance Record Pool Chart.

Overseas and domestically, Mark has hosted a long list of radio shows over the years, a medium that has enabled Mark to continue his unadulterated education of underground sounds to his dedicated fan base. And recently Mark was the official DJ of the 2007 MTV AVMAs; an event hosted by Fergie featuring Pink, Good Charlotte and Silverchair. It was the first time the privilege had been extended to an Australian DJ.

Since 1997, Mark has toured Australia and New Zealand relentlessly. International touring commenced in 2002 with events played throughout Asia, Europe and Canada. Mark has played the Love Parade in Berlin, the Hultsfred Festival in Stockholm as well as a host of clubs including The End in London, Fabric Canada and Mambo in Ibiza.


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Flashback to 2003 and the Electro Takeover with Mark Dynamix

Flashback to 2003 and the Electro Takeover with Mark Dynamix

By Kris Swales 19th May, 2014

Electroclash and beyond: The best of 2003 in our Mark Dynamix Flashback mix

Electroclash and beyond: The best of 2003 in our Mark Dynamix Flashback mix

By Nick Jarvis 19th May, 2014

Ministry Of Sound Classics NYD line-up11

Ministry Of Sound Classics NYD line-up

By Jack Tregoning 7th Nov, 2012

Ministry Of Sound’s Classics party has become a New Year’s Day fixture in Sydney, and it’s taking over the ivy again in 2013 for a feel-good kick-off to the year.

10 Years Of 'The Annual' - John Course vs Mark Dynamix33

10 Years Of 'The Annual' - John Course vs Mark Dynamix

By Dave Ruby Howe 8th Aug, 2011

ITM cornered the two DJs for a chat session which then evolved into some one-on-one talk between the two DJs, both keen to discuss what’s changed over the last decade in dance music and in Australian clubs. Read on!

Ministry of Sound’s ‘The Annual’ turns 10210

Ministry of Sound’s ‘The Annual’ turns 10

By Dave Ruby Howe 10th Jun, 2011

The feted 'The Annual' compendium is turning 10 in 2011, with Ministry Of Sound ushering out the 10th anniversary of the club primer in the coming months.

MDX [Audio]: Live from ADE

MDX [Audio]: Live from ADE

By Kat Loughrey 18th Nov, 2009

The Amsterdam Dance Event returned last month, proving again why it’s the world’s best electronic music conference, and this year ITM was there to sample the action. Here we chat with to Australia’s own MDX, also known as Mark Dynamix.

Big Day Out unwraps its second round36

Big Day Out unwraps its second round

By Tim Hardaker 10th Nov, 2009

The wraps have been taken off the Big Day Out’s much awaited second round lineup.

Mark Dynamix: Reaching out across long distances3

Mark Dynamix: Reaching out across long distances

By The Phonatics 1st Aug, 2008

There’s only days to go before voting closes for inthemix50, so it's the perfect time to talk to the perpetually high ranking Mark Dynamix. Launching his Long Distance Recordings label just this week, ITM finds out what Dynamix has in store.

Groove Is In The Park hits Adelaide this April

Groove Is In The Park hits Adelaide this April

By Shane Scott 20th Mar, 2008

Brought to us by the heavyweight combination of Hi Fi events and HQ, Groove Is In The Park is arguably one of the freshest festival line ups to hit Adelaide this year!

Club Club feat. Ajax @ Chinese Laundry, Sydney (09/02/08)1

Club Club feat. Ajax @ Chinese Laundry, Sydney (09/02/08)

By Benjamin Vozzo 12th Feb, 2008

There are few nights in Sydney that seem to offer a diverse range of dance music styles, while still knowing their boundaries. I had high hopes for Club Club: from what I’d heard from friends, the music selection and diversity was just right.

inthemix50 Special, Part 1

inthemix50 Special, Part 1

By Tim Hardaker 8th Nov, 2007

To coincide with the new Most Popular Producer category for inthemix50 we've put together a special edition podcast with some of the hottest tracks and remixes by Aussie producers. Hook N Sling, Mark Dynamix, Tydi, Bass Kleph, Potbelleez & more!

Mark Dynamix - inthemix50 Promo2

Mark Dynamix - inthemix50 Promo

By Tim Hardaker 2nd Aug, 2007

If a DJ's worth were measured by longevity alone, Mark Dynamix could hang up his slipmats. Having DJed professionally for more than 15 years, Mark is a significant figure in Australian dance music culture.

Mark Dynamix's 'German Excursion' Mix63

Mark Dynamix's 'German Excursion' Mix

By Tim Hardaker 2nd Jul, 2007

Fans of Mark Dynamix will have a final chance to hear him play before he embarks on the next leg of his career, a German Excursion. Get a taste of his Teutonic style with this mix for ITM.

Mark Dynamix [Audio]: The last goodbye, for now...3

Mark Dynamix [Audio]: The last goodbye, for now...

By Mo Nunez 19th Jun, 2007

In August Mark Dynamix will relocate to Germany, basing himself in the epicenter of the globe's electronic music scene; Berlin. ITM's Mo'Funk caught up with Mark for one last chat, talking about his new CD for Ministry Of Sound, and impending trip.

Mark Dynamix [Audio]: Pushing the Production

Mark Dynamix [Audio]: Pushing the Production

By Angus Paterson 14th Mar, 2007

ITM’s Angus Paterson visited Mark in his home studio in the Sydney suburb of Alexandria: taking a squiz at his technology setup, discovering the big plans he has production and remix wise for 2007 and talking a little about the latest minimal craze.

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