Markers is the London-based guitar project which involves Jason Carty and Jodie Cox, both prolific members of the London math rock scene in the late ’90s up to the early ’00s. They originally met on stage when playing in their very first bands, respectively Geiger Counter and Ursa, later on associated with the independent record label House of Stairs.
Both guitarists have a keen interest in cinema, especially in its slower, meditative variety, quoting Angelo Badalamenti (Twin Peaks, dir. David Lynch), Ry Cooder (Paris, Texas, dir. Wim Wenders) and Johnny Greenwood (There Will Be Blood, dir. Paul Thomas Anderson) as their primary influences.
Heaven In The Dark Earth is their debut album which is out on February 18th, 2019. “Marine Parlance” is the first excerpt. Listen below.