John Nathaniel is an award winning Montreal based producer, songwriter and mixer. He has worked on multiple music genres including Pop, Hip-Hop, Rap, EDM, Indie/Alternative, Folk and Rock. He is known for his blend of acoustic and electronic elements, combining live strings, movie-like arrangements and percussions in contemporary productions. His unique bond with artists allows him to work closely with them and tailor something that really speaks to them.
John received the prestigious 2017 SOCAN Songwriter of the Year Award.
He also received 6 SOCAN Awards for his #1 songs on the Top 100 radio charts, co-writing, producing and mixing all of them. He has had over 25 songs reaching the Top 10 in the Top 100 radio charts and over 70 songs in the Top 100 in the past few years.
His work on "The Way It Goes" by Keaton Simons, which he co-wrote, produced and mixed, was featured in the Billboard magazine and won 2nd place in the International Songwriting Competition.
John mixed Switchfoot's singles Native Tongue and Voices on their latest album. It won Contemporary Album of the Year at the 50th GMA Dove Awards.
He recently worked on OneRepublic's singles Rescue Me, which is certified Gold in the United States, and Wanted. He also co-produced and mixed OneRepublic's Somebody To Love, which was featured on NBC’s hit show Songland.