Matt Rad

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Matt Radosevich
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Background information
Also known as Matt Rad
Born Oakland, California
Genres Pop, rock, alternative rock
Occupation(s) Record producer, songwriter
Years active 2006–present
Website pulserecordings.com/clients/matt-rad

Matt Radosevich, also known as Matt Rad, is an American record producer, songwriter, and musician. He has worked with artists such as One Direction, Martin Garrix, Demi Lovato, Little Mix, Guy Sebastian, Lupe Fiasco, Walk the Moon, Thirty Seconds to Mars, The Hives, Boyz II Men, Chris Wallace, Pentatonix, and Dredg.[1][2][3]

Select production discography[edit]

Year Artist Album Details
2017 Olly Murs and Louisa Johnson Unpredictable (single) Producer
The Vamps and Martin Jensen Middle of the Night (single) Producer, musician, mixer
Lights Skin & Earth Producer, musician
2016 Martin Garrix and Bebe Rexha In the Name of Love (single) Producer
Olly Murs 24 Hours Producer
Parachute Wide Awake Producer, engineer, musician
Little Mix Glory Days Producer
Dylan Gardner Sign Language Producer, musician
2015 Pentatonix Pentatonix Producer
Little Mix Get Weird Producer, mixer, musician
2014 Guy Sebastian Madness Producer, mixer, musician
One Direction Four Producer, musician
Boyz II Men Collide Producer
Lea Michele Louder Producer, mixer, musician
Union J You Got It All - The Album Producer
2013 One Direction Midnight Memories Producer, musician
Bonnie McKee American Girl Additional production
Emblem3 Nothing To Lose Producer, musician, mixer
Demi Lovato Demi Producer, musician
Victoria Justice Gold Mixer
The Summer Set Legendary Producer, mixer, musician
2012 Chris Wallace Push Rewind Producer, mixer, musician
2011 Andy Grammer Andy Grammer Producer, mixer, musician
Hot Chelle Rae Tonight Tonight EP Producer, mixer
The Parlor Mob Dogs Producer, mixer, musician
2009 Thirty Seconds to Mars This Is War Engineer
Hot Chelle Rae Lovesick Electric Producer, mixer, musician
Dredg The Pariah, the Parrot, the Delusion Producer, mixer
Audrye Sessions Audrye Sessions Producer, mixer
2008 The Matches A Band in Hope Mixer
All American Rejects When the World Comes Down Engineer
2006 The Matches Decomposer Producer, mixer, engineer, musician
Taking Back Sunday Louder Now Engineer

Selected songwriting discography[edit]

Year Artist Album Song Co-written with
2018 Claire Richards My Wildest Dreams (album) "Forever Ends With You" Anne Preven, Felicia Barton
2017 The Vamps and Martin Jensen Middle of the Night (single) "Middle of the Night'" Chris Wallace, Ed Drewett, Steve James
Lights Skin & Earth "Skydiving"
2016 Martin Garrix and Bebe Rexha In the Name of Love (single) "In the Name of Love" Martin Garrix, Bebe Rexha, Ruth-Anne Cunningham, Ilsey Juber, Steve James, CMC$
Olly Murs 24 Hours "Love you More'" Andrew Jackson, Ed Drewett, Edvard Førre Erfjord, Henrik B Michelsen
2015 Pentatonix Pentatonix "Misbehavin'" Ruth-Anne Cunningham, Scott Hoying, Mitch Grassi
Grace Potter Midnight "Look What We've Become"
Little Mix Get Weird "Love Me or Leave Me" Julia Michaels, Shane Stevens
2014 Guy Sebastian Madness "Linger" (featuring Lupe Fiasco) Guy Sebastian, Lupe Fiasco
Walk the Moon Talking Is Hard "Aquaman" Walk The Moon
Lea Michele Louder "Cue The Rain" Lea Michele, Anne Preven, Felicia Barton
"Don't Let Go" Anne Preven, Felicia Barton
2013 Demi Lovato Demi "Nightingale" Demi Lovato, Anne Preven, Felicia Barton
The Summer Set Legendary "Happy For You" The Summer Set, Chris Wallace
2012 Chris Wallace Push Rewind "Remember When (Push Rewind)" Chris Wallace
"Keep Me Crazy" Chris Wallace, Mick Coogan
"Hurricane" Chris Wallace, Ryan Ogren, Nick Bailey
"Don't Mind If I Do" Chris Wallace, Mick Coogan
"Time Bomb" Chris Wallace, Ryan Ogren
2011 Andy Grammer Andy Grammer "Fine By Me" Andy Grammer
The Parlor Mob Dogs "How's It Going To Be" The Parlor Mob
"Into The Sun" The Parlor Mob
"Fall Back" The Parlor Mob
"Practice in Patience" The Parlor Mob
"I Want To See You" The Parlor Mob
"Hard Enough" The Parlor Mob
"Cross Our Hearts" The Parlor Mob
"Take What's Mine" The Parlor Mob
"Slip Through My Hands" The Parlor Mob
"Holding On" The Parlor Mob

References[edit]

  1. ^ Matt Rad at AllMusic. Retrieved 10 August 2017.
  2. ^ Scott, Jason. "Premiere: Dylan Gardner's acoustic rendering of "Always Far Away"". Pop Dust. Pop Dust. Retrieved 10 August 2017. 
  3. ^ Zemler, Emily. "On The Record: The True Cost of Recording". Alternative Press. Alternative Press. Retrieved 10 August 2017. 

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