Posts tagged "Tim Hecker"

Top 20 Albums of 2018 That Broke The Boundaries Of Electronic Music

By Jenna Dreisenstock 2018 has been quite a year, with many exceptional releases stunning fans with brand news innovations and experimentations in sound, style and personality. From experimental avant-pop, to dreamy R&B inspired synth-love; the music world has sculpted an incredibly diverse experience for all. We’ve compiled a list of

By Jenna Dreisenstock The genre that is experimental music is in constant evolution; a label that can be both instantly recognisable as well as completely and utterly abstract and unable to define. The truest definition of dialectics, as we are constantly re-evaluating the definition for what experimental music truly is;

By Jenna Dreisenstock The shroud that is the tender chill of experimental music presents itself in many forms; whether that be unconventional use of genre-defiance, the irregular use of certain instruments structured in unique ways; creating atmospheres as well as breaking away from the perceived expectations of genre to form

Tim Hecker | Konoyo | Kranky Release Date: 28 September 2018 Written by Jenna Dreisenstock Konoyo; the living – an intangible atonement, tender repentance and anxious summation of a soul in limbo – to resolve and make peace within the shroud of isolation; the opportunity so gracefully afforded to the

Chicago label Kranky welcomes ambient extraordinaire Tim Hecker back to the label with vinyl and CD versions of his 2001 debut, Haunt Me, Haunt Me Do It Again, and his landmark follow-up, Radio Amor, originally issued on legendary experimental electronic imprint Mille Plateaux. Both were freshly remastered by Matt Colton at

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