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Mark Van Hoen (born September, 1966 in London, England) is an electronic music artist. He has created music under his own name as well as: Locust, and Autocreation. He was a founder member of the influential group Seefeel . He is a greatly admired and influential composer and performer that has insp
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Mark Van Hoen (born September, 1966 in London, England) is an electronic music artist. He has created music under his own name as well as: Locust, and Autocreation. He was a founder member of the influential group Seefeel . He is a greatly admired and influential composer and performer that has inspired countless other musicians. The BBC said "in a brief listen one can hear the influence on Boards of Canada's damaged melodies and dense claustrophobia, more so even than usual suspects like the Aphex Twin."[1] His music is known for its distinctive blend of old world electronic music with the more modern strains of electronica, creating a rich and colourful body of work steeped in emotion and expression. His work has brought a deeply human and emotional depth to a genre of music that has been criticised as being sterile and mechanical. Mark Van Hoen has toured with Massive Attack and Orbital as well as opening for Slowdive He has also performed at many festivals worldwide, including Sónar in Barcelona. Milk Factory said "Mark Van Hoen remains an emblematic figure of the electronic scene. With an instantly recognisable sound, combining heavy electronics with guitars and pop sensibilities, Van Hoen has helped shape part of the electronic scene of today."[2] Mark Van Hoen signed with Belgian Label R&S in 1993. The initial releases were as Locust, and they were distinct in their pure use of vintage analogue synthesizers and tape recorders to create a romantic and somewhat dark, broody sound environment in which his music could unfold along a current of beats and rhythms while escaping the mechanisation of many of his contemporaries. As the Locust sound moved towards and increasingly more vocal oriented approach in the late 90s, Mark Van Hoen began to release music under his own name and returned to the instrumental music of his early period which he continues today.
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