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Although it appears under his own name (on the English Touch label), Mark Van Hoen's Last Flowers from the Darkness is not so far off from his Locust and Scala material, combining resonant, somewhat dark ambient with fractured beats and detailed rhythmic and melodic textures. The first eight pieces on Flowers are the head-nodders of the lot — a mixture of downbeat breaks and fast, jungly rhythms — with the ninth and final track a sprawling, more than 20-minute opus of minimalist environmental ambient.


Born: 1966 in London, England

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Mark Van Hoen, also known as Locust, occupied the shadier, more melancholic side of contemporary ambient, assembling records of unmistakable beauty out of shards of dark, somewhat foreboding textures and arrangements. A London native active in the film and commercial music business before concentrating full-time on recording for release, Van Hoen produced a string of highly thought-of releases for the R&S subsidiary Apollo, as well as Touch and Editions Mego. Van Hoen quoted Steve Reich, David...
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