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Massive Attack producer seeks collaborators

By | Published on Monday 9 August 2010

Having worked closely with Massive Attack for the last fifteen years, producing their 1998 album ‘Mezzanine’, Neil Davidge is now branching out on his own for his first solo album, for which he is seeking collaborators

Davidge told CMU: “The type of singer or writer I am looking for on this project needs to have the unique qualities of Nina Simone, Liz Fraser, Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, PJ Harvey, Joanna Newsom, KD Lang, Kate Bush, or Nick Drake. I am really excited about my debut album just as much as when I started with Massive Attack on the ‘Mezzanine’ album, we’re already talking to some really talented artists but I am also looking forward to finding and working with new talent”

With the album due for release next year, Davidge is accepting submissions from musicians interested in working with him. More information at