Marcus Marr

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BornLondon, UK
  • Dance music
  • Electronic music
  • Producer
  • DJ
Years active2010–present
  • DFA Records
  • Detail
  • New Finger Records
Associated actsChet Faker

Marcus Marr is an English DJ and producer based in London. Marr is most notable for his 2016 song The Trouble with Us with Chet Faker, from their EP Work. The song was ARIA certified 2x platinum and reached number 8 in the Australian charts.[1]


Born in London, Marr had an interest in music from a young age, and wanted to be a guitarist. He taught himself how to play guitar after buying himself one.[2]

At 17, Marr started going to raves after his brother bought an acid house compilation. From there, he moved into making house music.[3]

Marr released his first single, Brown Sauce, in 2012.

In 2015, Marr released the four track Work EP with Chet Faker, featuring the single The Trouble with Us, which charted at number 8 in Australia and was ARIA certified platinum twice. The single also charted at number six in the Triple J Hottest 100, 2015.[4]

Marr released his second EP, Familiar Five, in February 2018. The title track was accompanied by a music video directed by Céline Keller.

He is a regular DJ at Berghain.

Personal life

Marr resides in Brixton.[5]



  • The Music (2012)
  • Brown Sauce (2015)
  • Peacemakers (2015)
  • The Trouble with Us (2015)
  • Birthday Card (2015)
  • Rocketship (2016)
  • High Times (2017)
  • Familiar Five (2018)

Extended plays

  • Work (2015)
  • Familiar Five (2018)

In the media



  1. "ARIA Charts - Accreditations - 2016 Singles". ARIA. Retrieved 31 December 2016.
  2. Lindsay, Benjamin. "Marcus Marr, Rocket Man". Interview Magazine.
  3. "Marcus Marr Q&A: Splash House, Chet Faker, & How An Acid House Compilation Changed Everything". Ones To Watch.
  4. "triple j Hottest 100: The Rubens take out top spot with Hoops". ABC News Australia.
  5. Pattison, Louis. "Watch the video to Marcus Marr's Familiar Five, an anthem for the freaks". Red Bull Music.

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