A producer, composer, and singer, Neil Davidge launched his music career in the early '90s with the dance group DNA. Production and remix work for the likes of Exposé and Rozalla followed, then in 1995 he began his relationship with Massive Attack, producing the trip-hop group's version of "The Hunter Gets Captured by the Game," then Mezzanine, 100th Window, and the soundtrack for Danny the Dog. In 2009 he composed the music to the sci-fi film Push, while a year later he was back working with Massive Attack for their album Heligoland. In 2012, the video game Halo 4 arrived with a Davidge score. Slo Light, a solo album featuring guest vocalists, arrived in 2014. ~ David Jeffries
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