Locust - After The Rain [vinyl]

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Tracklisting

1 Snowblind [clip]
2 Under Still Waters [clip]
3 Tides in Opposite Lock [clip]
4 To Lonely Shores [clip]
5 Downlands [clip]
6 Shadows Cast by Planes [clip]
7 I'll Be There [clip]
8 Parsing the Signals [clip]
9 Sorrow Stays [clip]
10 Colonnades [clip]
11 Sky Black Horses [clip]
12 Won't Be Long [clip]

Keyboard Synthesizers, Samplers - Louis Sherman'۬ Pianos, Modular Synthesizers & Organ - Mark Van Hoen

Vocals - Celeste Griffin, Candace Miller '۬Spoken Voice - Julie Manescau'۬

All titles composed Van Hoen/Sherman (Copyright Control) Produced & Mixed by Locust'۬ Recorded in Bushwick NY and Woodstock NY in 2014 Mastered and cut by CJB at Dubplates & Mastering, 2014

This album is dedicated to Hajji Majer 1966-2014

After the Rain is the latest offering from Mark Van Hoen and Louis Sherman'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.