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Interprete: Tim Hecker
Titolo: Konoyo
Paese: Canada
Numero di catalogo: krank219
Etichetta: Kranky
Rilasciato: 22 Sep 2018
Stile: Experimental
Valutazione: 4.6
Voti: 491


1In Mother Earth Phase10:26
2Is A Rose Petal Of The Dying Crimson Light03:26
3A Sodium Codec Haze05:46
4In Death Valley05:36
5Keyed Out09:45
6Across To Anoyo15:25
7This Life08:42


Konoyo by Tim Hecker, released 28 September 2018 1. This life 2. In Death Valley 3. Is a rose petal of the dying crimson light 4. Keyed out 5. In mother earth phase 6. A sodium codec haze 7. Across to Anoyo. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. 9 USD or more. 2LP. RecordVinyl Digital Album. Includes unlimited streaming of Konoyo via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 3 days. Buy RecordVinyl. Konoyo - Tim Hecker. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Konoyo is the ninth studio album by Canadian electronic music musician Tim Hecker, released on September 28, 2018 on Kranky and Sunblind Music. A majority of the album was made from Hecker's visits to Japan, where he worked with a gagaku ensemble, Tokyo Gakuso, in Jiunzan Mandala-Temple Kanzouin on the outskirts of Tokyo. Konoyo received critical acclaim upon its release. 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 2011s Ravedeath, 1972, piano sparkled through a wall of noise and ran like water into the synthesizers beneath it. At least until now: On the least dense and most inquisitive album of his career, Konoyo, Hecker puts his synthesizers, sequencers, and software on the same level as his source material, so that the original music hes manipulating feels every bit as important as the music he is in turn creating. Tim Hecker - Konoyo 2018. To favorites 4 Download album. Listen album. Ambient Drone Ambient Experimental. Tim Hecker. Songs in album Tim Hecker - Konoyo 2018. Tim Hecker - This Life. Tim Hecker - In Death Valley. Tim Hecker - Is A Rose Petal Of The Dying Crimson Light. Tim Hecker - Keyed Out. Tim Hecker - In Mother Earth Phase. Tim Hecker - A Sodium Codec Haze. Ravedeath, 1972. Ambient Glitch. Tim Hecker & The Konoyo Ensemble - Ritual DarkDrone Ambient Live Moscow . William Basinski - The Disintegration free to Tim Hecker Konoyo This life, In Death Valley and more. 7 tracks 59:06. Releases September 28, 2018 Largely recorded during several trips to Japan in collaboration with members of the Tokyo Gakuso ensemble, the album features Heckers signature manipulation of source material - keening strings are stretched into surreal, pixelated mirages woodwinds warble and dissipate as fractal whispers of spatial haze sparse gestures of percussion are chopped, isolated, and eroded, like disembodied signals from the afterlife. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the. Album 2018 7 Songs. Recorded in Japan alongside Tokyo Gakuso-a traditional gagaku classical ensemble-Konoyo wavers unstably between the acoustic and the electronic realms as Hecker turns his colleagues strings and woodwinds into digital mulch before gradually returning them to their fluid, original forms. He can be brutally abstract: Keyed out creaks like a screen door twisting on its hinges in high winds, while In mother earth phase layers faintly dissonant drones into shuddering configurations. But even the elastic buzz of a track like This life is distinguished by its restraint. Konoyo Tim Hecker. Review: Tim Heckers Konoyo Turns Japanese Woodwinds Into Powerful Ambient. Ambient music icon runs traditional Japanese instruments through a funhouse mirror. Even many of the most powerful, glossy avant-garde sounds Oneohtrix Point Never sounding like a synthetic koto on R Plus Seven or Jlin opening Black Origami with something like a digital shamisen evoke Japanese folk instruments run through the digital funhouse mirror. Tim Hecker, the contemporary ambient music icon, has made a satisfying inversion on his ninth album, Konoyo. Hecker does similar business with the gagaku ensemble on Konoyo, sometimes rendering the source material nearly unrecognizable, letting it seep through the mix in subtle ways. The album is informed by ideas of negative space, and there's certainly more of a sense of restraint here compared to other Hecker releases, and not as much charred feedback. That said, there's still an enormous amount of detail to these highly immersive sonic constructions

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