Lindsay Rimes

Lindsay Rimes, published with EMI Music Group, is a Sydney based songwriter, producer and musician. Lindsay is based out of Songrimes Studios, his own recording studio in Surry Hills.

He was recently nominated for Rock Work of the year at the 2012 APRA Awards, with “Switch Me On” (co-written with Benji and Joel Madden as well as Shannon Noll). “Switch Me On” achieved GOLD status in Australia.

Shannon Noll’s debut album for Universal Records, A Million Suns saw Lindsay secure six tracks, to include the first and third single, “Switch Me On” and “Living In Stereo”.

Lindsay has written four tracks on the soon to be released on The McClymonts album Two Worlds Collide, including the first single “Piece Of Me”.

Lindsay has also secured the first single titled “Hold On” for EMI NZ artist, Annabel Faye.

Artists Lindsay has worked with recently for various projects include: Reece Mastin (X-Factor/Sony) , Johnny Ruffo (X-Factor/Sony), Young Men Society (X-Factor/Sony), The Madden Brothers (EMI), Timomatic (Sony), Stan Walker (Sony), Lee Kernagan (Sony) and Danielle Blakey (POP Winner at the 2011 New Artist to Radio).