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Powered by Audioscrobbler™1) ambient/experimental project from the UK
2) noisecore band from upstate NY

1) Marcus H

Marcus H whose main project is Soiled. Side projects include Warped Frequency project, Marcus HP Davis 1 and in the pipeline "Splut", a live project.


New Soiled album Splices and Phases, released as download and in 2015 ltd edtion cd digipak, later on a cassette.

Starting with homemade scribbled cd'rs to Future Music in 2003, more homemade cd-rs made their way onto BBC Freakzone, Radio 3 Mixing it and Radio 1 Huw Stephens and were picked up by other stations

Physical of cds, vinyl and tapes are rare. All full albums have been released Elm Lodge Records via a download outlet but some special one offs are on other labels. You can find 2007 album Shambolic Psychotic on cd. His old cd-r's are gem of a find as they were limited promo releases.

Here's some press:

The Quietus Rum music 2015 - feature treated and looped layers of distorted, folksy guitar, swelling, revolving, echoing and sliding in and out of ominous washes of static or invaded by radio signals from space as if to describe some kind of technological crisis. Meanwhile extended organ chords and percussive episodes are employed to keep the puzzling plot unfolding. It is a rather unique, loose, expressionistic collage style yet manages to keenly infer a peculiarly English style of strange fiction. Splices and Phases

Ian Boddy - "Best soiled album by far" - Splices and Phases 2015 (cd/download)

A Closer Listen music blog - An unusual album from an enigmatic artist, Splices and phases delivers on the promise of its title by including multiple genres, Where else might one encounter anger and sadness, curiosity and resignation in one instrumental set? Splices and Phases 2015 (cd/download)

David Stubbs in Wire magazine - He processes old TV samples and gnarly Grunge loops, and sounds like he's prepared to get his fingernails grubby in the process. Synths fly about the mix like bluebottles, and there is a general air of ambient terrain subject to heavy showers of old junk. All quite refreshing really, in its reversion to long neglected tactics - Shambolic Psychotic

Sonic Curiosity (USA) - These compositions exemplify an attempt to inject ilbient songs with traditional elements, a fusion that results in an engaging combination of disjointed elements coaxed into a melodic cooperation. Any attempt to lump them all together into one genre is simply impossible, as Soiled’s creativity wanders all over the musical map - Slothmotion

Free tracks can be downloaded at the soundcloud site there are loads of links on there too, http://soundcloud.com/soiled.

Genres: Ambient, Berlin School, Chemical Dance, Electronic Music, Experimental, Gothic, Industrial, Soundtrack, Punk

2) Soiled were a noisecore band from upstate New York, active in the '90s. Members went on to play in Parade Of The Lifeless, They Live, Avulsion, and (most famously) Every Time I Die. Described by Mortville Noise, who released a discography collection CD, as "thick wall-of-noisecore, like Fear Of God, if they only played noise parts and had Pee-Wee Herman handling vocals".
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