Mark Picchiotti

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Mark Picchiotti
Also known as
  • Basstoy
  • Fondue
  • Jersey St.
  • The Absolute
OriginChicago, Illinois
Genres
Occupation(s)
Years active1991–present
Labels
Websitemarkpicchiotti.com

Mark Picchiotti is an American DJ, producer, remixer and songwriter based out of Chicago, Illinois. As a remixer and producer, Picchiotti has amassed 24 number one singles on the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart, and he has remixed such artists as Beyoncé, Katy Perry, Mariah Carey, Rihanna, Daft Punk, The Killers, AC/DC, Florence and The Machine, Amy Grant, Foster The People, Michael Jackson, Madonna, Sia, Sybil, Enriqué Iglesias, and Mary J. Blige. In 2002, he produced and co-wrote the Kylie Minogue single “Give It To Me” for her 8x-Platinum album Fever. Picchiotti was also voted one of the 40 most influential remixers of all time by UK publication Blues & Soul Magazine.[1] His DJ residencies at nightclubs in his hometown of Chicago have included Shelter, Smartbar, Berlin, Crobar, and Medusa’s; as well as UK nightclubs Ministry of Sound (London) and Hard Times (Leeds).[1][2][3] He continues to travel the globe performing at notable clubs such as Pacha (Portugal) and El Divino (Ibiza).[1] He has also headlined the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras festival and DJed its infamous daytime after-party Laneway.

Mark Picchiotti owns and operates the imprint Blueplate Records, home to his own acts Basstoy, Sandstorm, Fondue, and Streetlife.[4][5][6] Picchiotti is also a member of several dance music duos: The Absolute, Nightman, and Doctorz, MD.[2][7][8] Mark Picchiotti’s music has been described as house, gospel house, soulful house, and progressive house.[1][2][9] Additionally, Billboard Magazine says of Mark’s music, “His ear for soulful rhythm is matched by a knack for sweet pop melody construction.”[9] In the 1990s, his work with Suzanne Palmer, “There Will Come A Day” and the follow-up single “I Believe”, earned Picchiotti the mantle “Godfather of Gospel House” by music journalists.[10][11]

Biography[edit]

Mark Picchiotti first rose to prominence in 1991 when he produced fellow Chicago artist LaTour’s eponymous debut album, spawning the controversial Top 40 hit single “People Are Still Having Sex”. This song would become Picchiotti’s first production to reach #1 on Billboard Dance, and it was used by American figure skater Tonya Harding in her program at the 1992 Winter Olympics.[12] LaTour’s album also featured “Blue”, a song used in the iconic film Basic Instinct (starring Sharon Stone).[13]

In 1994, using the alias Streetlife, Picchiotti first collaborated with gospel house singer Dana Divine on the song “Love Breakdown”, released on Tribal America Records.[14] As a result of that successful pairing, Dana was featured on one of Mark’s biggest productions, “Runnin’” by Basstoy.[15] The single reached #13 on the UK Singles Chart,[16] #1 on the UK Club chart,[17] and #3 on Billboard Dance Club Songs.[18] Dana was again featured on the follow-up single “Turn It Up”, which also saw worldwide success, reaching #1 on Billboard Dance,[19] #1 on the UK’s Upfront Music Chart,[17] and #1 on the DMC World Music Chart, and securing a spot as Billboard’s #3 club song of the year.[20]

In 1995, Mark Picchiotti began working with Craig Snider and acclaimed dance music vocalist Suzanne Palmer, spawning “There Will Come A Day” and “I Believe” under the name The Absolute.[21] Regarding their collaboration, Palmer recounts, “As I did more performing, I began to sing commercials for radio and TV, and I came to the attention of Mark Picchiotti, a house music producer from Chicago and his music collaborator, Craig Snider, a jingle writer and producer.” She continues, “That’s how I got my break in dance music.”[7]

In 1999, Mark was approached by Parlophone/EMI to produce a track for UK-based pop singer Kylie Minogue on her then-upcoming album Light Years. As a result, Picchiotti produced the 2000 club hit “Butterfly” (#14 on Billboard Dance), and he negotiated a deal which allowed him to commission an accompanying remix EP and release it under his Blueplate imprint as a limited run.[22] His work with Minogue continued, and he produced and co-wrote the single “Give It To Me” for her 8x-Platinum album Fever, released in 2002. He also remixed Kylie’s 2008 single “All I See” and her 2013 single “Skirt”.

In 2004, while continuing to balance his roles as a DJ and remixer, Mark signed the Leeds-based act Jersey St. and produced their single “Love Will be Our Guide”,[23] released on Defected Records.

In 2009, Picchiotti accepted the request to be the official DJ for reality TV show RuPaul’s Drag Race Winner’s Tour, sponsored by Absolut Vodka.[1][22] Mark signed season one winner Bebe Zahara Benet and produced three of her singles; “I’m The Sh*t”, “Cameroon”, and “Dirty Drums”, all of which were Blueplate releases.[24] Mark toured with the show again following its second season.

In 2013, Mark continued to remix releases from high-profile artists, including the Daft Punk single “Get Lucky” and Enriqué Iglasias’ “Turn The Night Up”, both reaching #1 on Billboard Dance. In 2014, Mark produced the dance version of Amy Grant’s “Better Than A Hallelujah”, which was released as a single and was also featured on her album In Motion: The Remixes. Most recently, Picchiotti made a deal with Defected Records for several of his back-catalog titles; his 1998 track “Pump The Boogie” was included as the title track on their Glitterbox compilation of the same name.[25]

Discography[edit]

Remixes[edit]

Artist Title Billboard Peak Position
Lords of Acid "I Must Increase My Bust"
Rozalla "Are You Ready to Fly?" #1 - Dance Club Songs[26]
Prodigy "Out of Space"
Yello "Eccentric Games"
Heaven 17 "Let Me Go"
Swains "Unfulfilled Disorder"
Culture Beat "Got To Get It" #1 - Dance Club Songs[27]
Pet Shop Boys "Go West" #1 - Dance Club Songs[28]
NoMan "Taking It Like A Man"
Yello "Do It" #46 - Dance Club Songs[29]
Right Said Fred "Bumped"
Jaki Graham "Ain't Nobody" #1 - Dance Club Songs[30]
Jaki Graham "Absolute E-Sensual"
Sacred Spirits "Yeha Noha"
Whigfield "Another Day"
Ruff Nexx Sound System "Eeny Meeny"
Sunscreem "Secrets"
Club 69 "Sugar Pie Guy"
Paula Abdul "My Love Is For Real" #1 - Dance Club Songs[31]
Madonna "Bedtime Story" #1 - Dance Club Songs[32]
Fem 2 Fem "Where Did Love Go"
Gena West "Joy"
Jamiroquai "Light Years"
Andrea Mendez "Bring Me Love"
Staxx "Shout"
Benz "Urban City Girl"
Mark Morrison "Crazy"
Lina Santiago "Feels So Good"
Shiva "Let There Be Love"
Pet Shop Boys "Se a Vida É"
The Sacados "Mas de Lo Que Te Imaginas"
Claudia Chin "Reach Out"
Madonna "Love Don't Live Here"
Angel Moraes "I Like It"
Hannah Jones "No One Can Love You More Than Me" #1 - Dance Club Songs[33]
Livin' Joy "Where Can I Find Love"
Eternal "Don't You Love Me"
Sam Mollison "Always On My Mind"
Lisa Stansfield "The Real Thing"
Mary J. Blige "Love Is All We Need" #1 - Dance Club Songs[34]
Judy Albanese "Take Me Over"
The Real Thing "Can You Feel The Force"
Michael Jackson "HiStory"
Total Touch "Do Ba La De"
Regina "Day By Day"
Hanna Jones "You Only Have To Say You Love Me" #1 - Dance Club Songs[33]
Lisa Stansfield "Never, Never Gonna Give You Up" #1 - Dance Club Songs[35]
Lighthouse Family Raincloud
Soul Station "One Good Reason"
Alejandro Sanz "Corazon Partio"
Karen Ramirez "Looking For Love"
Shernette May "All Right With Me"
Adamski's Thing "Intravenus Venus"
Kim English "Tomorrow"
Mass Syndicate "You Don't Know"
The Messengers "Free"
M People "Movin' On Up" #1 - Dance Club Songs[36]
Catapila Void
Angel Moon "He's All I Want"
All Saints "Lady Marmalade"
Kele Le Roc "My Love"
JD & Mariah Carey "Sweetheart" (feat. JD) #45 - R&B/Hip-Hop Radio Airplay[37]
Geri Haliwell "Look At Me"
Gary Barlow "Stronger"
Andrea Grant "Hurting All Over"
David's Daughter "Dreaming Of Loving You"
Jungle Brothers "Get Down"
S Club 7 "Two In A Million"
Fused "Pleasure & Pain"
Soul Searcher "Do It To Me Again"
Samantha "Gotta Tell You"
Saint Mark "My Brother's A DJ"
Heather Small "Holding On"
Sebastian Rogers "Read It And Weep"
Thunderbugs "Better Like This"
Erasure "Freedom"
Bette Midler "In These Shoes"
Hear-Say "The Way To Your Love"
Tamara Walker "Angel Eyes"
Enriqué Iglesias "Hero" #1 - Dance Club Songs[38]
Barthezz "Infected"
Soluna "For All Time"
Sinister "Chimira"
Anny "White Lipstick Girl"
Melodi Brown "Naked"
t.A.T.u. "All The Things She Said"
Pat Hodges "Love Revolution"
Seiko "Just For Tonight"
Seiko "Ave Maria"
Lene "It's Your Duty"
Marie Miller "Playground"
Marie Miller "Can't Slow Down"
Esthero "Fastlane"
New Order "Guilt Is A Useless Emotion"
Head Automatica "Beating Heart Baby"
DJ Tekin "Wait Forever"
Kaci Brown "Unbelievable"
Shinedown "Save Me"
LMC "Give What You Give"
Missy Elliot "We Run This"
Rob Thomas "Ever The Same"
Rosario Dawson "Out Tonight" (Rent OST)
James Kakande "You You You"
Shapeshifters "New Day"
Enriqué Iglesias "Somebody's Me"
Sia "The Girl You Lost Cocaine To" #8 - Dance Club Songs[39]
Lena "I Can Hear The Money"
Quincy McQ "Beautiful Song"
Elle Scott "Take A Trip"
ATFC feat. Peyton "Beautiful"
Loveless feat. Amanda Wilson "Found A Miracle"
Erick Morillo Project "Jazz It Up"
George Michael "Faith" #17 - Dance Club Songs[40]
Jodie Aysha "So Typical"
Kylie Minogue "All I See" #3 - Dance Club Songs[41]
Bryan Anthony "Worked Up"
Win "Kiss and Tell"
Jada "Beautiful"
Ralphi Rosario "Menergy"
Kimberley Locke "I Can't Make You Love Me"
New Kids On The Block "Single"
AC/DC "Rock N Roll Train" #30 - Dance Club Songs[42]
LaBelle "Superlover"
Michelle Williams "The Greatest" #1 - Dance Club Songs[43]
Beyoncé "If I Were A Boy" #2 - Dance Club Songs
Beyoncé "Single Ladies" #1 - Dance Club Songs

#1 - Hot Dance Airplay

Sneaky Sound System "I Love It"
The Doors vs The Trammps "Light My Disco Inferno"
Deep Influence "Rise"
Matt Zarley "See a Chance"
The Killers "Human" #1 - Dance Club Songs[44]
Solange "T.O.N.Y." #1 - Dance Club Songs[45]
Peyton vs. Kupper "Here I Am"
Beyoncé "Smash Into You"
Anabel Romero "Warning"
Temper Trap "Sweet Disposition"
Lolene "Rich"
Booka Shade "Bad Love"
VV Brown "Shark In The Water"
Ralphi Rosario "C'mon Get Funky" #2 - Dance Club Songs[46]
Lisa McClowry "Born Twice"
Matt Zarley "Where Did You Come From"
Rihanna "Rockstar 101" #2 - Dance Club Songs[47]
Raul Rincon "Just A Mash Affair"
Sharon Little "Shake and Shiver"
Lisa McClowry "Waiting For You"
Florence and The Machine "Dog Days Are Over" #4 - Dance Club Songs[48]
Beth Ditto "I Write The Book"
Hot Rod "Dance With Me"
Florence and The Machine "Shake It"
Depeche Mode "Enjoy The Silence"
Crystal Method feat. Martha Reeves "I'm Not Leaving"
Havana Brown "We Run The Night"
Foster The People "Color The Walls (Don't Stop)"
Toni Braxton "I Heart You" #1 - Dance Club Songs[49]
Gravitonas "Call Your Name"
Tom Connan "Beautiful Day"
Passion Pit "Take A Walk"
Official Hank "Gonna Get Better"
Sheena Rose "Make Me Over"
Kylie Minogue "Skirt" #1 - Dance Club Songs[41]

#31 - Hot Dance/Electronic Songs[50]

Enriqué Iglasias "Turn The Night Up" #1 - Dance Club Songs[38]

#8 - Hot Dance/Electronic Songs[51]

Daft Punk "Get Lucky" #1 - Dance Club Songs[52]

#1 - Hot Dance/Electronic Songs[53]

Strikeforce "One Day At A Time"
Katy Perry "Birthday" #1 - Dance Club Songs[54]
Andy Compton & Rogiers "Another Lover"
Sam Smith "Stay With Me" #37 - Dance Club Songs[55]
Flaunt "Codon (Dipped in Ecstasy)"
Mary J. Blige "Therapy"
Jason Walker "Wild Joy"
Mary Wilson "Time To Move On" #17 - Dance Club Songs[56]

#49 - Hot Dance/Electronic Songs[57]

Shelley Harland "Somebody"
Beyoncé "Formation" #24 - Dance Club Songs[58]
Discorocks "Wanted"
TeamMate "Nothing's Ever Over" #48 - Dance Club Songs[59]
Philip George & Dragonette "Feel This Way" #5 - Dance Club Songs[60]
Mike Taylor "Body High" #6 - Dance Club Songs[61]
Tinashe "Superlover"

Productions[edit]

Artist Album Title Billboard Peak Position
Boom! Tribe Mangous Ye "Mangous Ye"
LaTour LaTour "People Are Still Having Sex" #1 - Dance Club Songs[62]

#35 - Hot 100[63]

#49 - Radio Songs[64]

"Allen's Got a New Hi-Fi"
"Involved"
"Cold" #25 - Dance Club Songs[62]
"Fantasy Soldiers"
"Amazing You"
Laurie Monster"
"Psych"
"Dark Sunglasses"
"Blue" (included in Basic Instinct soundtrack)[13] #43 - Dance Club Songs[62]
LaTour Home On The Range "Following You"
"Craziaskowboi" #36 - Dance Club Songs[62]
"Hypnomania" #20 - Dance Club Songs[62]
"The Cure Is Found"
"Keep Your Eye on the Quiet One"
"Don't Jump"
"Run Away With Me"
"'E'" #46 - Dance Club Songs[62]
"Jungle Beats"
"I'm So Afraid of You"
"Craziaskowboi (Remix Album Edit)"
"Don't Jump (Remix 7")"
Plantlife Float "Float (Suspended Mix)"
"Float (Generate And Propel Mix)"
"Float (Translucent Mix)"
T. Bristol and M. Picchiotti Present Nightman Paul's Pain "Paul's Pain" #6 - Dance Club Songs[65]
Lorraine Cato I Was Made To Love You "I Was Made To Love You (Mark!s Full On Vocal)"
"I Was Made To Love You (Mark!s Shelter Dub)"
Mark Picchiotti Presents Streetlife (feat. Dana Divine) Love Breakdown "Love Breakdown"
The Absolute (feat. Suzanne Palmer) There Will Come A Day "There Will Come A Day (Epic Gospel House)"
"There Will Come A Day (Half Tab)"
"There Will Come A Day (Black Lozenge)"
"There Will Come A Day (Traditional Flavour)"
Shinehouse (feat. Tony Ransom) Heaven "Heaven (Full On Vocal Mix)"
"Heaven (Celestial Signs Mix)"
"Heaven (Morning Key Mix)"
"Heaven (Straight To Hell Mix)"
Sybil Why "Why"
"Why (Lisa Marie Vocal Experience)"
"Why (Mark!s Anthem Journey Vocal)"
"Why (Mark!s Anthem Edit)"
"Why (Mark!s Non-Stop Dub)"
Mark Picchiotti presents Dino V. No More Pain "No More Pain" #27 - Dance Club Songs[66]
Marcia Hines Time of Our Lives "Time of Our Lives"
"Which Way Is Up"
"I Got the Music in Me"
Future Force What You Want "What You Want"
"What You Want (Mark!s Massive Vocal)
"What You Want (Mark!s Epic Vocal)"
Future Force Puttin' A Rush On Me "Puttin' A Rush On Me"
"Puttin' A Rush On Me (Mark!s Epic Vocal)"
"Puttin' A Rush On Me (Mark!s Shelter Dub)"
"Puttin' A Rush On Me (Mark!s Puttin' A Rub On Dub)"
The Absolute feat. Suzanne Palmer I Believe "I Believe"
"I Believe (Mark!s Full On Gospel Mix)"
"I Believe (Lift You Up Vocal)"
"I Believe (Mark!s Full On Gospel Mix)"
"I Believe (Never Bring You Down Dub)"
Gary Barlow Love Won't Wait "Cuddly Toy (Lush Vocal)"
Cuddly Toy "Cuddly Toy (Dumb And Funky Dub)"
"Cuddly Toy (Steal The Disco)"
"Cuddly Toy (Lush Vocal)"
"Cuddly Toy (Lush Dub)"
Sandstorm The Return Of Nothing "The Return Of Nothing" #4 - Billboard Dance Club Songs[67]
Oomba "Oomba"
"Oomba (Trancid)"
Basstoy Runnin' "Runnin'" #1 - Billboard Dance Club Songs[68]
Runnin' 2018 "Runnin' 2018" #14 - Billboard Dance Club Songs

#45 - Billboard Hot Dance/Electronic Songs

"Runnin' 2018 (Redux Radio Edit)"
"Runnin' 2018 (Redux Vocal)"
"Runnin' 2018 (Redux Dub)"
Runnin' 2018 (Remixes, Pt. 1) "Runnin' 2018 (Festival Mix)"
"Runnin' 2018 (Festival Dub)"
"Runnin' 2018 (Festival Radio Edit)"
Kylie Minogue Fever "Give It To Me"
Light Years "Butterfly" #14 - Dance Club Songs[41]
"Under The Influence"
The Absolute feat. Suzanne Palmer Fallen Angel "Fallen Angel"
Mark Picchiotti Presents Jersey St. Love Will Be Our Guide "Love Will Be Our Guide"
Mark Picchiotti Presents Sybil As A Child "As A Child"
Basstoy Turn It Up "Turn It Up" #1 - Billboard Dance Club Songs
"Turn It Up (Mark!s Radio Edit)"
"Turn It Up (Mark!s Big Room Dub)"
"Turn It Up (Mark!s Club Vocal)"
Blueplate Allstars Be Your Lady "Be Your Lady"
Mark Picchiotti feat. Dana Divine So Sweet "So Sweet"
"So Sweet (Mark Picchiotti Classic Mix)"
"So Sweet (Mark Picchiotti Be Bop Dub)"
"So Sweet (Mark Picchiotti Radio Edit)"
The Absolute feat. Suzanne Palmer I Believe 2009 "I Believe 2009"

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