Neil Davidge

Neil Davidge

As co-writer and key sonic facilitator on the Massive Attack albums Mezzanine and 100th Window, the Bristol, England-born composer and producer has helped birth some of the most arresting and innovative sounds of the past ten years, including the current Massive Attack album Heliogoland.

“Massive Attack’s arsenal has expanded and the resulting onslaught is nothing short of brilliant” Billboard Magazine Feb 2010

Early training as a graphic artist embedded Neil's visual affinity to music, scoring becoming a natural realisation of this pictorial language. In contrast to hard-hitting documentaries, art house cinema and edge-of-your-seat Hollywood blockbusters, Neil’s forays into advertising have provided the soundtracks for some of the world’s most luxurious brands and glamorous faces. In addition to this, his collaborations with United Visual Artists have enabled him to share his sensory relationship with sound and vision through a series of spectacular installations.

Neil’s most recent movie project was to provide additional music for the score and soundtrack to CLASH OF THE TITANS working alongside fellow composer Ramin Djawad. Neil was approached by Director Louis Leterrier to replace Matt Bellamy from Muse who had to pull out due to touring commitments in the USA.

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