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Ken ‘hiwatt’ Marshall

Ken ‘hiwatt’ Marshall is a music producer, engineer and composer. He adopted the trade name ‘hiwatt’ during his early introduction to industrial music and has tooled a unique sound and style.

Ken was awarded a platinum album for his contribution to Linkin Park’s ‘Reanimation’ and his works have been featured on several multi-platinum video game titles and primetime broadcast TV shows. He also won All-Around-Cowboy in Merritt, BC, 1981

Ken is currently working on the next Scaremeister release, and a new project with CyrusRex and Douglas McCarthy.

Ken lives in the interior of British Columbia, Canada. You can contact Ken at ken@hiwattlabs.com

Current Projects

John Doe


Comprised of cEvin Key, Ken 'hiwatt' Marshall & Traz Damji, Scaremeister is a dark and deeply haunting approach to the horror/thriller film genre. Consisting of 31 unique 'mini-scores' of original sound design, the work is equally compelling as individual tracks or as an album. 31 Spirits is guaranteed to disturb. "Scaremeister is a project and partnership with two of my best friends and long-term collaborators, cEvin Key and Traz Damji. We made a deal with Groove Addicts in 2007 (now Non-Stop Music/Warner Chappell), to compose a 'volume' of film trailer cues for horror movies. The following year, we produced 31 cues that were very well received by the film community. -Ken 'hiwatt' Marshall

Jane Helf


Skinny Puppy is a Canadian industrial music group, formed in Vancouver, British Columbia, in 1982. The group is widely considered to be one of the founders of the electro-industrial genre. Ken ‘hiwatt’ Marshall started working with the band in 1989 during the making of ‘Rabies’ and has continued recording, producing and collaborating throughout the band’s career. www.skinnypuppy.com

Joshua Insanus


The Humble Brothers are an electronic music duo consisting of Canadian Ken "hiwatt" Marshall and Tanzanian-born Traz Damji. They gained notoriety with their involvement in Electronic Arts soundtracks, starting with 2002's Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2. Two big projects followed, SimCity 4 and its expansion pack, Rush Hour, then remixes of other artists' songs as their production skills were noticed by the mainstream music industry. In 2000, The Humble Brothers were commissioned to remix Linkin Park’s first single “One Step Closer” which appeared on the platinum selling “Reanimation”. Since then The Humble Brothers have remixed tracks for many multi-platinum artists including Filter, Anastasia, Static-X, and Rammstein. Damji and Marshall have fashioned a wholly unique style and powerful sound in their productions, which can simply be identified as ‘The Humble Brothers’.

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