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Echoes of early aphex and seefeel, but really in its own personal orbit. Legendary record finally reissued. If you have never heard this underrated classic before, now is the time. http://www.markvanhoen.com/mettle.htm https://medicalrecords.bandcamp.com/album/mettle-mr-071
http://saintmarierecords.limitedrun.com/products/559068-mark-van-hoen-nightvision Release Date: 11/13/15 LA based UK born artist Mark Van Hoen continues to contribute to the electronic music fields and fabrics from the inspirations, observations and movements experienced in the past three plus decades. From earlier Eno, Industrial & Krautrock affinities found in the earliest output going back to 1981, to entering the rave and post-rave cultures of acid-house, dance based pulses with his R&S affiliated imprint Apollo Records debut in 1993. With a background working in the media realms of television, radio, film; Mark's foray into the new electronic etched realms of drone and dance pop saw releases from Touch, Editions Mego, City Centre Offices, The Tapeworm, to Saint Marie Records, and still counting. Contributing to the double helix of the EDM / IDM canons with releases like Truth Is Born Of Arguments, Playing With Time, The Revenant Diary to a wealth of notable collaborations and numerous side projects. Aurobindo: Involution was made with Seefeel's Daren Seymour, a collaboration with Slowdive's Neil Halstead and Nick Holton as Black Hearted Brother, work with Louis Sherman as Locust, Martin Maeers with Children of the Stones, and a plethora of remixes. Van Hoen's new album Nightvision for Saint Marie Records finds the artist discovering modern day applications for his electro-droning visions of sound. Returning to form, Nightvision switches on the high and low beams that send scanning synths that drive through the infinite interstates through the engines of steady rhythm and the power steering smarts of serious synthesizers." 1 All For You 2 Froese Requiem I 3 Froese Requiem II 4 Socrates’ Books 5 Bring It Back 6 The Night Sky 7 Kojiki 8 I Love To Fly 9 A Wish 10 Sensing The Close
New album by Locust aka Mark Van Hoen and Louis Sherman http://editionsmego.com/release/EMEGO-205 " This album is dedicated to Hajji Majer 1966-2014 After the Rain is the latest offering from Mark Van Hoen's Locust project. Following up the 2013 release 'You'll be safe together' this new album sees Locust stepping away from the abstracted forms of previous works presenting a more melodic/harmonic proposition. Bathed in a warm nostalgic memory 'After the Rain' draws on Mark's formative influences, primarily 70's electronic music. With greater input by Louis Sherman (who, although being born when Mark was originally taking in this music shares an equal enthusiasm for this particular period of European melancholic machine music). Unlike previous Locust and Mark Van Hoen releases which relied on programming and sequencing much of this new record was played live, creating a space where innovation is secondary to the suggestive power of time, space, mood and melody. Rich in melancholia and a yearning for a world once suggested After the Rain explores a crack in the historical framework, one embracing female identity and astute observations of melodic atmosphere. After the Rain is a melodic electronic mood record which presents itself as a triumph of historical revisionism. " One track has been release here: https://soundcloud.com/editionsmego/locust-ill-be-there-emego-205 Very excited for this one!
From his twitter: https://twitter.com/...622992950575104 Mark Van Hoen @Mark_Van_Hoen New Locust album, just finished! No definitive release date, but judging from the following interview conducted earlier in the year, it should be out this year. http://madelikeatree...5-Mark-Van-Hoen " I ask because while you have quite the respectable discography, your most recent The Revenant Diary (Editions Mego) has surely garnered you recent some attention, and must have opened to doors to putting you on some good bookings as of late. Thanks, yes the record's gone very well, and yes some new doors have I think been opened for some new listeners. I had a very quiet decade in the 00's musically, which I am attempting to address by ramping things up somewhat. I'm hoping to get three records out this year. I have a Locust album slated for release on Apollo/R&S, a new MVH album, and then there's a collaboration with Neil Halstead of Slowdive/Mojave 3 too. " Also, here are some new Locust tracks from Mark's most recent internet radio session. May or may not be on the new album. http://www.wfmu.org/...sts/shows/45090 I can't wait!