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Tim Hecker Konoyo Album Stream

Tim Hecker Konoyo Album Stream

Tim Hecker Konoyo Album Stream, On the least dense and most inquisitive album of his career, the experimental musician creates a fascinating dialogue between his technology and some of the world’s most ancient instruments.

For the last decade, Tim Hecker has been on a quest to unite musician and machine, to blur the border between the sources of his sounds and the output he renders.

During the two-part “Hatred of Music” suite from 2011’s Ravedeath, 1972, piano sparkled through a wall of noise and ran like water into the synthesizers beneath it.

Two years later, Virgins made a pointillist chamber ensemble sound like Steve Reich trapped inside an electric storm. And on the exhilarating Love Streams, Hecker morphed loping woodwind lines and seraphic choirs arranged by Jóhann Jóhannsson into ad hoc beat machines and chord organs.

Still, the source material from instrumentalists and singers felt like exactly that—fodder being fed into Hecker’s finished electronic product, data he mined for updated textures. you can also stream the album on spotify Here

Tim Hecker Konoyo Album Stream