Mark Mitchell is a composer, producer and sound designer based in Melbourne, Australia.
Mark has been releasing music since 2001 on internationally renowned labels such as Mush Records in the US and The Leaf Label in the UK, as well as locally on Australian labels Popfrenzy and Spunk. Under the name Clue to Kalo he's toured Australia, the US, Canada and Japan, sharing the stage with Caribou, Four Tet and Architecture in Helsinki. He's made commissioned dance and performance soundtracks for Hobart’s Dark Mofo Festival, including for their inaugural Ogoh-ogoh burning, scored the Discordia performance at the Arts Centre in Melbourne, and co-composed and produced the music for Christian Thompson's ACMI-commissioned VR work Bayi Gardiya (Singing Desert), winner of the Best Use of Sound & Music at the 2020 Real World XR Awards.
Recently Mark contributed music for NGV’s Salon et Lumière as part of their 2021 Triennial exhibition and worked on the AGDA-winning sound direction and design for 2pt Interactive's Heavenly Bodies video game with Byron Scullin (as Fuligin Sound). He also co-composed the multichannel sound work Decon Mass for Rising Festival's The Wilds with Pascal Babare.
Mark has been a senior composer, producer and engineer at Electric Dreams Studio in Melbourne since 2010.