Good Day Noir Family,
our “E.A.Poets Approved/Bands We Like” section is dedicated to Marcus Herne. I discovered this Artist while shuffling songs on Spotify and I liked his refined compositional style.
From the first seconds, I liked the twilight atmosphere created by the music of this talented artist.
Mysterious sounds that can immediately transport you to a parallel universe and that allow you to travel with your imagination.
I closed my eyes and I let myself be carried away by the sonic journey created for me by Marcus Herne.
I saw boundless spaces and I found myself in a world similar to that of Avatar, surrounded by nature I felt free. I saw very high waterfalls and I flew on the wings of herons.
I vanished in the sunsets of this wonderful land and I tasted freedom, the real one.
The music of this artist has no boundaries and makes you aware of unknown parts of your unconscious.
Absolutely recommended to everyone.
Forms is Marcus Herne’s Ep Out Now!
Refined and Magical!
Marcus Herne (previously Tweed Jacket), came to music at the age of five, playing both classical and improvisational drums.Whilst studying to for his BA in Sound Production, he created an original library of scaped and improvised sounds as well as anumber of recording techniques that comprise the essence and elements of his composing today.
In 2016 Herne released hisdebut EP ‘Tweed Jacket I’, alongside live performances throughout south England and remixing of electronic duo ‘Tiny Hits’track ‘Plain View’ (2017). In 2019 Herne collaborated with UK based filmmaker, Sanvir Chana, on a short film for the iconiccamera maker, Leica, composing the original score. Herne and Chana also collaborated on, the 2018 short film ‘Chrono’.Herne’s most recent work includes composing original music for photographer Mike Dodd’s online showcasing of McLaren andJaguar shoots and is collaborating with students at the Royal College of Art on their partnered spoken work project with The PittRivers Museum, Oxford University. Herne has further film and visual media project collaborations planned over 2021/22