Ryan is widely known as one of Canada's prominent dance music producers and
remixers. Since signing his first recording contract at 17, he
has released over 150 titles as an artist, producer and remixer under various aliases, including his successful 2-member Temperance project. Mark, as the sole writer, music programmer, producer, engineer and mixer of Temperance, gained several top ten hits in Canada, won 4 Juno Award nominations and numerous licenses worldwide.
In supporting local Canadian talent, Mark has exhibited his ability to produce many genres of music, including pop, dance/house, new age, and mainstream r&b music. His crossover club remixes demonstrate his skill in creating music that can be played both on radio as well as in the clubs. At 19, he was already labeled as a top remixer from Canada by Larry Flick of Billboard Magazine.
In 1997, just after the explosion of Marks Billboard charting cover version of the Alphaville classic "Forever Young," with performances across Canada, the US and London, Mark parted ways with Temperance to explore new territories. He opened his own personal studio, continued supporting and producing local talent, was nominated for yet another Juno Award, and continued remixing numerous international mainstream and underground acts for worldwide releases.
Remix Credits include: soulDecision (“Faded” and “Ooh It’s Kinda Crazy”),
Bran Van 3000 (“Drinking in LA”), Arthur Baker (“IOU”), 666 (“Diablo”), Pulse
(“Lover That You Are”), Gusto (“Disco’s Revenge”), Vapourspace (“Gravitational Arch of 10”), Daze (“Call Girl”) and more.
Phil Berberian Management