Category Archives: Locust

Locust — ‘After the Rain’

A couple of years ago Mark Van Hoen reawakened his sleeping filmscore/electronic project Locust after 12 long years, and released the ‘You’ll Be Safe Forever’ album early 2013. Compared to the much-recommended heavy-dark industrial intensity of 1995′ debut ‘Truth Is … Continue reading

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Editions Mego clears table for new Locust album ‘After The Rain’

Following last year’s ‘You’ll Be Safe Forever’ record Editions Mego are gearing up for another Mark van Hoen (pic) and Louis Sherman album, again coming together as Locust. The album is entitled ‘After The Rain’ and is due to drop … Continue reading

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“I fear that now it is normal to give away music. That means that the nature of music will change, and that certain styles of recorded music will suffer”

  Mark Van Hoen has his first release for some time as Locust, You’ll be Safe Forever, due this month on Editions Mego. DPAK got the chance to speak to him, and he was kind enough to speak back: First off I must thank … Continue reading

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Mark Van Hoen — The Revenant Diary

  One of the more crucial names in electronic and experimental music making, Mark Van Hoen, recently put out his most latest LP, the excellent The Revenant Diary. During the 1990’s he worked with Seefeel, and released cracking, before-their-time records as … Continue reading

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