Aotearoa's Frano Huett is a producer and co-writer on Kendrick Lamar's Album of the Year nominee Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers.
Following their win last year for Best Dance/Electronic Recording, RÜFÜS DU SOL are dual nominees.
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We've taken a deep dive into this year's Grammy nominations and once again the research team has come up with Aussie and Kiwi gold.
Forty-three APRA AMCOS members factor in to the 2023 Grammy Awards as nominees and/or contributors - spanning the categories of rap, electronic, jazz, gospel, country, games and beyond.
Aotearoa's Frano Huett is a producer and co-writer on 'Rich Spirit' from Album of the Year and Best Rap Album nominee Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers by Kendrick Lamar. Surely, it was no coincidence that the video dropped the day after Grammy nominations.
2022 Grammy winners RÜFÜS DU SOL (Tyrone Lindqvist, Jon George and James Hunt) are going for back-to-back wins in the Best Dance/Electronic Recording category, this time for 'On My Knees' and once again on mixing duties is Aussie Cassian Stewart-Kasimba.
RÜFÜS DU SOL is nominated for Best Electronic Album for Surrender. Also showing up in the category is London -based Jordan Rakei, who is a co-writer and featured performer on 'Shadows' from Bonobo's nominated LP Fragments and Styalz Fuego is a co-writer/co-producer on 'Love Letter' on ODESZA's The Last Goodbye.
Nominated in Best Jazz Instrumental Album is 2020 Art Music Award-winner, bassist and composer Linda May Han Oh for Terri Lyne Carrington's New Standards Vol. 1. The album is "Carrington’s efforts to broaden male-dominated sheet-music repertoire by including women composers," with a stellar quintet of players featuring Linda on bass.
Up for the Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical is Sydney-based producer, mixer and engineer George Nicholas (Winston Surfshirt, Genesis Owusu, Mansionair) for his engineering work on New Zealand artist BAYNK's Adolescence, which "situates itself as a sonic masterpiece." Cub Sport's Tim Nelson gets an engineering nod for 'Mine', which also features the Brisbane group. Aussie faves Cosmo's Midnight ('How Does It Feel?') and Golden Vessel ('Till It's Even') also have features on the album.
Baz Luhrmann's ELVIS is nominated for Best Compilation Soundtrack For Visual Media and it features a cast (!) of Aussie members. PNAU are co-writers/producers for their re-work of The King's 'Don't Fly Away' and Tame Impala's Kevin Parker contributed the 'Edge of Reality (Tame Impala Remix)'.
The soundtrack's production department includes composer Elliot Wheeler (Executive Music Producer), Anton Monsted (Music Supervisor), previous Grammy winner François Tétaz (Music Producer), Cameron Bruce (Production Music Supervisor) and Lachlan Carrick (Mastering Engineer).