Mark Truck Hoen, also called Locust, occupied the shadier, even more melancholic aspect of modern ambient, assembling information of unmistakable beauty away of shards of dark, somewhat foreboding textures and agreements. A London indigenous mixed up in film and industrial music business before focusing full-time on saving for release, Truck Hoen created a string of extremely thought-of produces for the R&S subsidiary Apollo, aswell as Contact and Editions Mego. Truck Hoen quoted Steve Reich, David Sylvian, Kraftwerk, and Brian Eno as early affects and afterwards pursued pathways of innovative conception exposed by John Coltrane and Karlheinz Stockhausen. Although previously releases centered on sprawling, mainly beatless experimental soundscapes, he ultimately included components of breakbeat designs such as for example trip-hop and jungle — mainly with regards to production techniques, instead of aesthetic characteristics, and having a decidedly Locust flair. Truth EXISTS of Quarrels was the 1st release of the type, and included weighty, distorted percussion and complicated, looping polyrhythms much like — although a lot more slow than — those within drum’n’bass. The maker split his innovative activity between Locust and several ongoing collaborative endeavors, included in this Autocreation (techno) and Involution (post-techno experimental digital), the second option with Seefeel frontman Daren Seymour. He also finished several remixes for Like and Rockets, Seefeel, and AS YOU, amongst others, and integrated elements of media and performance artwork into his live looks. Vehicle Hoen released many recordings under his delivery name, including Last Blossoms from your Darkness (1996), Using Time (1999), THE HEAT Inside You (2004), and Where May be the Truth (2012). A 2013 program for WFMU prompted Vehicle Hoen and collaborator Louis Sherman to reactivate Locust for YOU WILL BE Safe and sound Forever (2013). Vehicle Hoen, energetic as ever, became a member of Neil Halstead and Nick Holton for Dark Hearted Sibling, and was a traveling force behind Kids of the Rocks; both organizations released albums. Vehicle Hoen and Sherman consequently came back as Locust for Following the Rain (2014).