Running Up That Hill released 18th January

It’s a slightly daunting task to be asked to cover one of your favourite tracks of all time, but Marc teamed up with long term collaborators Candy Says to produce this dark electro version of Kate Bush’s classic track from Hounds Of Love. Created to fit in to the tone of Marc’s score, It was given it’s blessing by Kate herself, and now it’s out for the world to enjoy on Bandcamp and streaming services.

Manchester Exhibition


The success of The Danger Tree has been overwhelming. Scarlett Raven and Marc Marot's immersive fine art and augmented reality collaboration has captured the imagination of the public and has now arrived at Manchester Central Library for 12 weeks. It's been a privilege creating the soundtrack to accompany these moving WW1 stories. If you are in Manchester make sure you visit this groundbreaking exhibition.


The Art Detective Interview

I recently had the pleasure of sitting down with the fantastic Dr Janina Ramirez aka The Art Detective. Her podcasts analysing artworks throughout the ages are fascinating, and give real insight in to meanings and messages that are sometimes easy to overlook.  Check out

Being one of her guests was an honour - if you want to hear us discuss Kandinsky's 'Yellow-Red-Blue' click the above link. 

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A short sharp shock of a project is a decent way to emerge out of the summer and focus the mind. Pendulum was just that.

It was Lauren Cooney's brainchild, and she gave me the freedom to record an array of interesting Indian instruments (India being the main setting of the film), and get every last drop of noise out of my trusted Juno 60 before it rushed off to be serviced. Setting myself the limitation of 5 pieces of Indian percussion, the Juno, an electric cello and granular synthesis, I embarked on what was a very satisfying experimental journey for this interesting 'the end of the world is extremely nigh' sci-fi soundtrack. M.C.

The Danger Tree - London Launch

Contemporary artist Scarlett Raven reveals her most ambitious project to date; a groundbreaking visual art experience called ‘The Danger Tree’ featuring my original score. 

Commemorating the 100th anniversary of The Battle Of The Somme, the trailblazing new project sees Scarlett and a team of talented film set builders taking over a 2000 square foot space in Greenwich, London, transforming the space to recreate a blown out building from the French/Belgian borders on the eve of July 1st 1916. 

Using smartphones and tablets and the free Blippar App, viewers are able to unlock Scarlett’s poignant work and reveal the creative narrative behind the paintings, going beyond skin-deep, with alternative versions of the multi-layered, immersive work, seen through the words of war poets and movingly expressed by leading British actors. 

Each track on The Danger Tree album corresponds to an original piece of augmented reality artwork.

Pixels by MARC MAROT