Soiled

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Soiled is an English experimental, electro-minimal cinematographic music project created in 2002 by Marcus H. He has released five albums, numerous EPs, collaborations and compilation tracks.

History[edit]

Marcus H is originally from Bristol having played in bands, most notably Kubrick (1990–1996).

Since 2003 Marcus H has used an internet approach to the promotion of his music project Soiled. Releasing music via Elm Lodge Records, Connexion Bizarre, Electronic Musik, Dirty Patches. His music has featured on USA College Radio Kalx, Huw Stephens' Radio 1 show, BBC Radio 6 Freakzone and BBC Radio Tees celebration of The Beatles album Revolver, where he covered "Yellow Submarine".

In 2012 Marcus H participated in a split album release with Mike Bryson from Bogshed called Vier Mit Vier released on Marcus H's own label Elm Lodge Records.

His track "Autumn in flashbacks" which features on his 2014 album Splices and Phases was Included by Mojo (issue 254) on its playlist. Mojo described Marcus H as a dark ambient maestro. The album also featured in The Quietus.

2017 released his 5th album Phonic Grafts in May 2017 described in Electronic Sound Magazine as "File next to KLF 'Chill out' & Global Comms '76.14', yup, its that good!".[1]

Notes[edit]

"Revolver album resurrected on Teesside". BBC Tees. BBC. 18 August 2006. Retrieved 17 February 2013.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Issue 30 Print Edition | Sold Out | Electronic Sound". electronicsound.co.uk. Retrieved 2018-02-17.