Phil Shoenfelt (born 18 December 1952 in Bradford, Great Britain) is an English musician and author who lived for many years in New York and who now lives in Prague, Czech Republic.In New York, early 1980s, he founded together with Barry "Scratchy" Myers (tour DJ of The Clash) and Marcia Schofield (ex-keyboarder of The Fall)the post-punk band Khmer Rouge.From 1983-1984, Khmer Rouge was managed by noted photographer and Andy Warhol collaborator Nat Finkelstein.In 1989 his first solo EP, "Charlotte's Room", was released by Mark E. Smith's label Cog Sinister. The title track and the b-side "The Long Goodbye" were mixed by Tony Cohen and Mark E. Smith.One year later Paperhouse Records put out his album "Backwoods Crucifixion", in 1993 Shoenfelt's second album "God Is The Other Face Of The Devil" was released by Humbug Records.Since 1995 Shoenfelt lives in Prague, where he put together his current band, Phil Shoenfelt & Southern Cross (also: SHOENFELT).With Southern Cross he recorded by now four albums (Blue Highway, Dead Flowers For Alice, Ecstatic, Paranoia.com) and one EP called "Electric Garden" (2002).In 1997 Shoenfelt founded a new band Fatal Shore, together with Bruno Adams and Chris Hughes (both ex-members of Once Upon A Time). They made 3 album CDs - Fatal Shore, Free Fall, Real World.Phil Shoenfelt also collaborated with Nikki Sudden. On Sudden's 1997/1998 tour Shoenfelt was the lead guitarist. After the tour Sudden and Shoenfelt went into a Berlin studio and recorded "Golden Vanity", which was finally released in 2009 by Easy Action Records.As well as being a singer/songwriter, Shoenfelt is a published author. His autobiographical novel "Junkie Love" won a "Firecracker Alternative Books Awards 2002". The novel is available in original English, Czech and Italian language.Phil Shoenfelt & Southern Cross released their fourth studio album "Paranoia.com" on 1 November 2010.This album contains 9 new songs and a cover version of Iggy Pop & The Stooges' "Open Up And Bleed".Together with Chris Hughes and Dave Allen Shoenfelt formed a new band called Dim Locator.