Producer / Songwriter / Mixer
[Dylan’s] “organic and heartfelt attitude towards production and songwriting is a lovely approach that isn't seen too often in a scene that is saturated by highly-strung, and overproduced soundscapes.” - Futuremag Music
In the past few years, Dylan Nash has cemented himself as one of Australia's most compelling and sought-after writer/producers, with a reputation for unwavering work ethic and an ability to uniquely represent artists in a way that celebrates their individuality, regardless of genre.
In 2019 Dylan won the "Album of the Year" ARIA Award for his role in Dean Lewis’ “A Place We Knew”, including production on “Be Alright”, which went Gold in the US and surpassed 1 Billion Spotify Streams.
2021 saw Dylan once again included in ARIA nominations for both production on “Song of the Year” for Dean Lewis’ “Falling Up” and “Breakthrough Artist” for producing and co-writing 3 of the 4 singles on Gretta Ray’s “Begin to Look Around”.
Last year saw Dylan focus on producing 6 songs of Dean Lewis’ recently released album “The Hardest Love”, (including the co-written title track) and over 20+ co-writes and productions from Meg Mac, Gretta Ray, Fergus James, Azure Ryder, Thomston, Eluera, The Million, San Joseph, and more.
He recently won 1st place in the Pop/Top 40 category of the International Songwriting Competition for San Joseph’s “Blink Twice” and was awarded Runner Up in the 2020 Vanda & Young APRA songwriting competition for Shannen James’ “Arrows”.
Dylan has just relocated to London in March, looking to expand and challenge himself in a more international position, already hitting the ground running writing with Benjamin Francis Leftwich (Holly Humberstone, The 1975).