Christoffer Schou is a Norwegian songwriter and producer. In his home recording studio in Fredrikstad he records most of his songs with the help of his pc, guitar and a rather large collection of Casio keyboards. His music ranges from casio pop to 60s inspired surf, pop and easy listening.
Christoffer is also the man behind the Norwegian pop project Remington Super 60. Together with singer Magnus Abelsen and a long list of contributing guest musicians, Remington Super 60 has been releasing albums, EP's, 7"s as well as appearing on numerous compilation albums around the world since 1999.
From 2000-2004 Christoffer ran the indie label Café 2001 [a recordcompany] with his friend 'Micromars' Jensen. They released several compilation albums with likeminded DIY bands, including some that featured fellow Gaga artist Anthony Rochester.
In 2006 Christoffer co-founded the Norwegian indie-pop label Cafe Superstar Recordings, which has received extensive critical acclaim and got a flying kick-start with the label's first release being nominated for a Norwegian Grammy.
Christoffer works closely with well known Norwegian directors and has written music for several commercials and films. He also works on a children's multimedia project called 'Robo & friends', and is currently also working with a new pop project Betty and the Cavaleros.