April 16, 2014
We are nearing the end of the spring semester at Berklee and I'm so happy to announce my participation in many events, including Women's History Month Breakfast as a keynote speaker, and my own Creativity in the DAW - Workshop for Women at The Record Company. In addition, more studio workshops with Hink Creations are on the go for Berklee students. Keep up on my Facebook for updates and photos of these events, plus more updates on my first EP as Data Child!
January 22, 2014
First week back at Berklee and so many great projects in the making. Be on the lookout for more vocal production masterclasses this semester at Sanctum Sound, and Berklee's first Women, Technology and Creativity symposium currently in the works.
In addition, I've been doing more writing and co-writing with Notting Hill Music, with releases in the coming year. Keep your eyes peeled!
December 2, 2013
This past summer I worked on a production for British singer-songwriter Corrina Taylor for her first single "Always Coming Back." The official release date is February 14, 2014, but here is a lovely lyric video of the song for you to enjoy here. So far the song has been experiencing some heavy rotation with BBC Introducing in the UK.
I have also been working on a remix with Irish folk band Jezzebelle for their song "All The Stars." No release date as of yet, but here is a preview of what's brewing with Notting Hill Music here.
Many more exciting updates coming soon!
November 24, 2013
Halfway through an incredible fall semester at Berklee! Here's a little link of my Faculty page for the CWP department...
Chrissy Tignor Fisher - Berklee College of Music
July 15, 2013
The long anticipated single "UR GRL" with Choppa Dunks is OUT NOW! It's up for free download, so listen, download and enjoy. Also out now for download is my collab with Micetro called Same Mistakes.
Listen to "UR GRL"
Listen to "Same Mistakes"
For up-to-date info on all things Data Child, visit http://www.datachildmusic.com
June 19, 2013
After a year of being back in Boston, I am incredibly proud to announce my appointment as full-time faculty at The Berklee College of Music in the fall. I will be teaching on the Contemporary Writing and Production course and I am very much looking forward to meeting some awesome new students and professionals!
Additionally, I have been collaborating as Data Child with incredibly talented producers Choppa Dunks and Micetro .... keep your eye out for new releases coming soon!
December 7, 2012
For those of you who remember last year's "Christmas Without You" written for my lovely grandmother, the new version signed with Allied Songwriters/Notting Hill Music is now up for your listening pleasure. Listen here and spread the cheer!
December 1, 2012
Hooray! My official remix of Good Old War's "Amazing Eyes" has been released on iTunes! Please download here to show your support, or listen till your ears bleed on Spotify. xx
October 28, 2012
The great people at Indaba Music have included me in their Newsletter and Blog this week. Have a look at my story here on their website! Thank you to everyone involved :D
September 7, 2012
I've been mentioned in a great write up by the excellent Kate Pokorny for Boston.com and The Women's Music Summit. Read the article here! Let's hear it for women in music!!
Additionally, the frameworks for Data Child are currently being created, please add my Facebook and Twitter to show your support and keep up with new developments on the upcoming release x
August 10, 2012
Latest News! I won this fantastic remix contest with Indaba Music and the band Good Old War! It's going to be released with Sargent House on iTunes...I'm so excited and pleased! Have a listen to it here and I will keep you all updated on the release. Thank you everyone involved for choosing me :D
July 9, 2012
Just a few updates...
Since I've been back in America, I have been writing quite a lot of tasty music for Allied Songwriters, as well as teaching Audio Engineering at the fantastic Sanctum Sound
recording studios. My home studio is looking great, with some new gear and awesome vibes. I'm also working on some workshops in pop songwriting which I'll be posting about shortly. If you're in the Boston area, please get in touch!
March 12, 2012
After nearly four years of work in the UK, I am now back in the USA continuing to write and produce. Looking forward to a new beginning. Same email, so please get in contact if you are on the East Coast! xx
December 8, 2011
Christmas is coming early!!! Well, sort of, because I have a free download for you. This song was written for my grandmother (shhhh don't tell her!) and has a little help from the fabulous Ben Weston and some of my students from The Uppingham School. It is sure to get you into the spirit! Click the link below xx
Free Download- "Christmas Without You"
November 22, 2011
My debut EP is now on itunes!! Support independent artists and share a peach :D
Chrissy Tignor - Itunes
November 20, 2011
After many sleepless nights (for you, not me, in anticipation), my EP "You Don't Have To Know Someone To Share A Peach" is now available for purchase and download!
Go here to check it out and support xx
October 5, 2011
I know I may be a little late on this one, but my remix of Jason Derulo's "Don't Wanna Go Home" made it to the finals of a remix competition, placing 16th out of 521 entries. I'm pretty psyched, and it is now being voted on again, and judged by Jason Derulo himself for the winner. Here is a link, have a listen and vote, there's only one day left!!
"Don't Wanna Go Home" - Chrissy T Remix
September 9, 2011
Here is a newsweek article before yesterday's show at Ogilvy...hopefully more to come now that it's after the fact! What a great time with great music yesterday...
September 9, 2011
Playing with Alexis Ffrench and Fretwork today at Ogilvy Lab Day Live! Watch it online today at 1pm London time HERE:
Also, a preview of my upcoming EP Release "You Don't Have To Know Someone To Share A Peach" can be heard HERE:
April 10, 2011
check out this interview! much love to art jefferson for this...
also, watch "Fallacy" by Camille Purcell, which I produced here: