Hugh Marsh

Even if you’ve never heard the name Hugh Marsh you almost certainly have heard the sound of his violin. He is a featured player on major soundtracks by Hans Zimmer and Harry Gregson-Williams, was nominated for a Juno award in 2007, recorded with Iggy Pop and The Stooges, was in the backing band for the solo project of BauhausPeter Murphy, yet all of this amounts to a tiny fraction of his decades-long list of credits.

The latest addition to that list is Marsh’s own Violinvocations, an LP of eight brooding, exploratory tracks culled from daily recording sessions that spanned the six months he spent living in Los Angeles with friend, mentor, and fellow soundbender Jon Hassell.

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Talks

Alone, Not Lonely: On Making Violinvocations

By Hugh Marsh | February 8, 2019

Alone, Not Lonely: On Making Violinvocations

Violinist Hugh Marsh talks with Western Vinyl labelmates Botany and Joseph Shabason about making his new album while crashing at Jon Hassell’s house.