Chris Savor, UK-born producer and vocalist, started his musical journey while working abroad in New York, collaborating with Philippines-born producer Anton Domingo and the duo churned out beats that merged soul, r&b, and future sounds.
Savor’s most notable work was producing tracks for Leave To Remain, a musical by Bloc Party’s Kele Okereke that ran at the Lyric Theatre. The pair worked together for 9 months to craft sounds that combined UK dance music with West African highlife. Savor has also produced music for short films, runways, and brands that include DSquared2, Missioni, and Awaytomars.
More recently, Chris Savor was chosen as Future Name of the Week by BBC Introducing Beds, Herts, and Bucks after the release of “Did You Ever Know” with acclaimed singer-songwriter Denitia Odigie. He also released the audio-visual project Landour in collaboration with a collective of artists and filmmakers, which was featured by Rolling Stone India.
- Previously worked with Bloc Party's Kele Okereke
- Supported on 2k+ independent playlists
- produced music for short films, runways, and brands that include DSquared2, Missioni, and Awaytomars
- chosen as Future Name of the Week by BBC Introducing