‘What marks Neil March’s music out from that of other contemporary composers is the combination of his avant-garde tendencies and pop sensibilities‘
Max Reinhardt, Late Junction, BBC Radio 3
(Dr) Neil March (FRSA PhD Mmus.) is a British Composer & Recording-Performing Artist and Arts Council & Lottery-supported music entrepreneur. His trio The Music of Sound are signed to the South London indie label Dimple Discs. Neil’s music is published by Wipeout Music Publishing.
Neil publishes the highly acclaimed extensive monthly blog covering a wide spectrum of new music Trust The Doc and produces the Trust The Doc TVchannel on YouTube, showcasing emerging music talent through monthly programming and one-off features.
Over the past few years Neil has played a leading role in building a large independent music community across social media, especially Twitter, and plays a key role in advising them through the Grassroots Music Network which Neil founded with another RSA fellow and academic Sue Oreszczyn and podcaster and web designer Pete Cogle in 2020.
As a composer and artist he is best known for recording environmental noise, identifying its pitch and using it to create harmony; juxtaposed against notated instruments. In 2017 he performed on the BBC Introducing Stage at Latitude with his band The Music Of Sound. He has subsequently performed at festivals in Lewisham, Birmingham, Highgate and South Bermondsey. The Music of Sound performed at the second of three Contemporary Music Proms and at Tomorrow Calling in September 2022.