Karl Hyde is an English musician and artist. He is a founding member of British electronic group Underworld. Hyde has also released a solo album, made albums with Brian Eno and Matthew Herbert, and contributed towards the score for the London 2012 Summer Olympics Opening Ceremony alongside Rick Smith. He is a founding member of the multi-discipline design and film collective Tomato and has published several books.
|Birth name:||Karl Hyde|
|Born:||May 10, 1957|
|Origin:||Bewdley, Worcestershire, England|
|Genres:||Electronica, trance, progressive house|
|Instruments:||Vocals, guitars, synthesizers|
|Associated acts:||Underworld, Freur, Brian Eno|
|Website:||Karl Hyde's Official site|
|Twitter:||Karl Hyde's Twitter profile|
|IMDb:||Karl Hyde's IMDb|
About Karl Hyde
Electronic musician most famous as a member of the globally-successful techno act Underworld. He is known for his distinctive vocal performances on hit tracks like 1996's "Born Slippy.NUXX."
He got his start as a member of the electroclash band Feur, who recorded two albums in the 80's.
Many of the songs he has written for Underworld have appeared on the soundtracks to films like Hackers, Trainspotting and Batman & Robin.
He was born in Worcester, Worcestershire and has been married.
He collaborated with electronic music pioneer Brian Eno on the 2014 album Someday World.
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