The PEAK Story


I started PEAK Producer Training after having been actively working in music and audio production for many years.

With my Producer Training & Mentorship Program, I try to create the kind of hands-on learning experience I wish I could have had coming up. The success stories and improvements that my students make is what inspires me to keep doing this every day.

-Mark Yardley

(Producer / Audio Engineer / Artist / Stanton Warriors)

Who is Mark Yardley?

Mark Yardley has been a producer, performer, mixer, writer and sound engineer for over 20 years. From an early career in the 90's UK Garage scene producing and engineering for some of the biggest names in the game and a string of major label house and bass music releases under a number of different aliases over the years, all this has run alongside his work as one half of Stanton Warriors - an award-winning, global touring act, 7 albums in and still going strong. He is also co-founder of one of the UK's most successful bass music record labels Punks Music, produces music for TV and adverts, writes and sings toplines and produce other acts across many genres.

Mark has stamped his name most notably in the electronic music scene under the genre-spanning guise of Stanton Warriors. Starting out as a young production duo based in a south London studio complex, they signed their first album to XL Recordings and has since gone on to be featured in Mixmag's Top 50 Compilation CDs of All Time'. Their 2nd album was then voted 'Album Of The Year' by Annie Nightingale on BBC Radio 1 and their consequent mix album for Fabric was voted Timeout’s Album of The Year.

Over the years, they have earned their accolade from DJ Mag as one of the '50 Best Remixers Of All Time'  by reworking the likes of Claude Von Stroke, Fat Boy Slim, Busta Rhymes, Missy Elliot, Basement Jaxx & Gorillaz as well as collaborating on tracks with artists such as Big Daddy Kane, Twista, Eska, Ms Dynamite, Diane Charlemaine and Chris Lorenzo.

Their latest (and 4th) studio album 'Rise' (out on NewState Music) shot to No.1 in the Apple Music 'All Genres' Chart, hit No.1 in the iTunes Dance Chart in 4 countries and proceeded to make the Top 10 in another 12 different countries, making this their most successful album to date. This, combined with an international tour that took in Coachella, Glastonbury, SXSW, Ultra and Burning Man along with over 100 club shows and a social media reach of over 1.4 million, fully demonstrates their enduring worldwide appeal.

"One of the inspirations for our album Settle was Stanton Warriors' Bring Me Down; it's pretty much the perfect garage beat. Everything about that song – the vocal line, the chords, the melody – is totally original."

Grammy Award Winners

Over the years (and behind the scenes), Mark has opened up his production studios for other projects and solo productions. These projects include teaming up with Prince’s New Power Generation member, vocalist and co-writer, Rosie Gaines and producing a solo record for her, released through Southern Fried Records in the UK. He also found his vocal and topline filling the airwaves on National Radio station Triple J in Australia, with a project released via Universal in the UK and MOS in Oz, under the project name “Splittr”. Mark has since discovered that vocaling and writing toplines are a great way to exercise his creative talents.

A collaboration with good friend Alex Metric entitled ‘Ilium’ and released on OWSLA (label owned by Skrillex amongst others) as the lead track on Alex's Ammunition Pt.3 EP and debuted by Annie Mac on Radio 1, further established Mark's reputation as a producer and writer who likes nothing better than pushing boundaries.

2015 saw Mark revisiting his early incarnation as a UK Garage producer by reinventing himself through his alias Marshall F with a succession of singles (through Black Butter Records), remixes for Saint Motel, MAD8, SonOfKick, Scrufizzer and collaborations with breakthrough bass-head LO99 realeased via Medium Rare Recordings

No stranger to synchronising his music too, Mark has produced music for Sony Computer Entertainment UK, Adidas, Sky, Channel 4 and BBC. He is now working closely with Trailer Media and Sentric for synch and composition opportunities.

For more information regarding Mark Yardley solo projects please contact JB/LS Management at [email protected]

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Full(ish) discography of Mark's 300+ writing, production, programming, mixing and remixing credits can be found here:

  • Mark Yardley & Alex Metric - 'Ilium' - OWSLA
  • Marshall F & LO99 - Fallen - Medium Rare Records (#1 Club Record in Australia)
  • Marshall F & LO99 - Take Me Back - Medium Rare Records
  • Marshall F - Dreaded Woman - Black Butter Spreadlove #6
  • Marshall F - Money Waster - Black Butter Records
  • Marshall F - C U Coming - Black Butter Spreadlove #4
  • Scrufizzer - Kick It (Marshall F Mix) - Black Butter Records
  • Son Of Kick - Hours feat Lady Leshurr & Paigey Cakey (Marshall F Mix) - midication Top10 Beatport Chart
  • Saint Motel - My Type (Marshall F Mix) - Parlophone
  • MAD8 - I Keep Dancing (Marshall F Mix) - EGO Records
  • Kingdom 7 - Deny My Love (Marshall F Mix) - Fly Boy Records


Link to full Release Discog :


  • The Stanton Session (2001) - Mixmag 'Top 50 Compilation Mixes of All Time', 2 awards for Best Compilation.
  • The Stanton Sessions Vol. 2 / The Lost Files (2006)
  • Fabric Live 30 (2006) - Best selling Fabric comp of all time
  • Remixes (2007) (Skint) – (compilation album of Stanton Warrior’s remixes of other artists)
  • The Stanton Sessions Vol. 3 (2008)
  • The Warriors (March 2011) – UK #186[1]
  • Rebel Bass (2016) - #1 in UK Apple Music Chart, #1 iTunes Dance Chart in 4 countries and Top 10 iTunes dance album chart in 8 different countries


  • Stanton Warriors feat. Zack Toms - Bring Me Down - Disclosure - 'One of the inspirations for Settle was Stanton Warriors' Bring Me Down; it's pretty much the perfect garage beat. Everything about that song – the vocal line, the chords, the melody – is totally original."
  • “Turn Me Up Some” (2011) - Zane Lowe's Hottest Record In The World - BBC RADIO 1
  • Stanton Warriors & Tony Quattro - 'Keep It Moving' feat. Rell Rock (2016 - The Nest / OWSLA)
  • Stanton Warriors & Cause & Affect - Intro (Never Let It Go) (Taken from Chris Lorenzo's - Destroy The Image Album)
  • Stanton Warriors & Cause & Affect - Bounce - MadDecent/Good Enuff (2016)
  • Stanton Warriors - Colima (Punks 2017) - #1 Beatport Breaks Chart 2017
  • Stanton Warriors - Too Long (VIP Mix) (Punks 2017) - #1 Beatport Breaks Chart 2017


  • Basement Jaxx – “Jump & Shout” (Stanton Warriors Remix)
  • Fatboy Slim – “Demons” (Stanton Warriors Remix)
  • Basement Jaxx – “Where’s Your Head At” (Stanton Warriors Remix)
  • The Streets – “Has It Come To This” (Stanton Warriors Remix)
  • Azzido Da Bass – “Dooms Night” (Stanton Warriors Remix)
  • Mylo – “Drop The Pressure” (Stanton Warriors Remix) (Punks)
  • Deekline & Ed Solo – “Hands up” (Stanton warriors remix)
  • Claude Von Stroke – “Who’s Afraid of Detroit” (Stanton Warriors remix)
  • Cosmos – “Take Me With You” (Stanton Warriors ‘Break Me with You’ Remix) (Punks)
  • Gorillaz – “Feel Good Inc” (Stanton Warriors Remix)
  • Gabrielle – “Falling” (Stanton Warriors Vocal Mix / Stanton Warriors Dub Mix)
  • Brighton Port Authority – “Toe Jam” (Stanton Warriors Remix)
  • Alter Ego – “Rocker” (Stanton Warriors Remix)
  • Goose – “Bring It On” (Stanton Warriors Remix)
  • Apollo 440 – “Dude Descending a Staircase” (Stanton Warriors Remix)
  • Tim Deluxe – “It Just Won’t Do” (Stanton Warriors Remix)
  • Beginnerz – “Reckless Girl” (Stanton Warriors Remix)
  • Plump DJs – “Shifting Gears” (Stanton Warriors Remix) (Finger Lickin’ Records)
  • Eurythmics – “Here Comes The Rain Again” (Stanton Warriors Remix)
  • Frankie Valli and the The Four Seasons – “Beggin'” (Stanton Warriors Remix)’ (CDR)
  • DJ Mehdi – “Signatune” (Stanton Warriors remix) – Ed Banger
  • Digitalism – “Zdarlight” (Stanton Warriors remix) – Virgin
  • Chemical Brothers – “Saturate” (Stanton Warriors mix)
  • Yo Majesty – “Club Action” (Stanton Warriors Remix)
  • The Black Eyed Peas – “The Time” (Stanton Warriors Remix)
  • M.I.A – “Internet Connection” (Stanton Warriors Remix)

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