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Tim Hecker

Saturday, 9 May 2020

Saturday, 9 May 2020

Since the turn of the millennium, electronic composer Tim Hecker has inhabited a space between the ambient and the sublime. From early ventures as Jetone to cult LPs under his own name, the Canadian experimentalist—alongside collaborators like Oneohtrix Point Never—has become synonymous with apocalyptic melancholy, notably on breakthrough album Harmony in Ultraviolet and the pipe-organ laments of Ravedeath, 1972. A recent pair of albums, the complementary Konoyo and Anoyo, delve further into his fractured multiverse.

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Since the turn of the millennium, electronic composer Tim Hecker has inhabited a space between the ambient and the sublime. From early ventures as Jetone to cult LPs under his own name, the Canadian experimentalist—alongside collaborators like Oneohtrix Point Never—has become synonymous with apocalyptic melancholy, notably on breakthrough album Harmony in Ultraviolet and the pipe-organ laments of Ravedeath, 1972. A recent pair of albums, the complementary Konoyo and Anoyo, delve further into his fractured multiverse.

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