Neil Davidge is a producer, composer, and sonic facilitator best known for his film and TV soundtracks and long-term collaboration with Massive Attack.
Having cut his teeth in the Bristol music scene, Neil first met Massive Attack in 1996 and went on to produce and co-write the seminal albums Mezzanine, 100th Window, and Heligoland. Elsewhere, he has worked with the likes of David Bowie, Snoop Dogg, Unkle, Damon Albarn, Elizabeth Fraser, and Mos Def, as well as releasing his first solo album, Slo Light, in 2014.
In his guise as a film and TV composer, Neil’s work is just as eclectic, spanning feature film, documentary, drama series, and game music. Beginning in 2005 with Louis Leterrier’s Unleashed, a collaboration with Robert Del Naja, his soundtracks include the fourth installment of the video game franchise Halo, Windrush drama Sitting In Limbo, nine-part football documentary All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur, National Geographic’s five-part nature series Earth Moods, fantasy drama Britannia, and feature-length thriller The Fear Index, starring Josh Hartnett.
Neil has recently completed the score for Apple TV+ drama series Criminal Record, starring Peter Capaldi and Cush Jumbo, co-composed with Michael ‘Mikey J’ Asante.