13 Facts About Geoff Barrow


Geoffrey Paul Barrow was born on 9 December 1971 and is an English music producer, composer, and DJ.


Geoff Barrow is a member of the bands Portishead, Beak and supergroup Quakers, and has scored several films.


In 2001, Geoff Barrow formed the Australian record label Invada, whose artist roster includes acts such as RuC.


Geoff Barrow co-produced and co-wrote Stephanie McKay's 2003 debut album, McKay, under the pseudonym Fuzzface.


At the dawn of the '90s, Geoff Barrow was making a name for himself as a remixer, working with such artists as Primal Scream, Paul Weller, Gabrielle and Depeche Mode.


Geoff Barrow produced a track for Tricky and wrote songs for Neneh Cherry, both of whom were based in Bristol and worked with Massive Attack.


Geoff Barrow has remixed songs for both Gravediggaz and the Pharcyde.


In 2009, Geoff Barrow produced the Horrors' second album Primary Colours with Craig Silvey.


Geoff Barrow had met Anika, a political journalist, and proposed recording material together.


Geoff Barrow formed the musical project Drokk with TV composer Ben Salisbury and released the album Drokk: Music inspired by Mega-City One, with songs inspired by the comic book character Judge Dredd.


Geoff Barrow was the music supervisor for the Banksy film Exit Through the Gift Shop, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival on 24 January 2010, and was released in April 2010.


In 2013, Geoff Barrow collaborated again with Ben Salisbury on the score for the Alex Garland film Ex Machina.


In 2016, Geoff Barrow scored the Ben Wheatley film Free Fire.