Amir Izadkhah, better known by his stage name Amir Amor, is an English musician, record producer and DJ. From late 2011, he has been a member of the band Rudimental. He is the founder of London record label and recording studio "Major Toms".
Amor was tipped as the "No.1 new producer to watch" by The Guardian, and listed by NME magazine as one of the "20 hottest producers in music right now". Some of the other names on the bill were Paul Epworth, Mark Ronson, Dr. Luke and Rick Rubin.
Through his work with Rudimental he was nominated for a Mercury Prize in 2013, won several awards including the 2014 Award for Best Single of the Year for "Waiting All Night", featuring the then unknown singer Ella Eyre, and the Mobo Award for Best Album. Rudimental also received nominations at the MTV Europe Music Awards for Best New Act, and Best UK and Ireland act.
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- see Rudimental discography