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Thomas Koner is a German soundworker/artist. His work is minimalist, and includes hypnotic, electronic ambient sounds. His work is also difficult to find and Permafrost is no exception. I really like his sound and was pleased to find some of his albums on Itunes.

Fancy seeing you here!

Like James, I'm really surprised to find anything like Koner's work on iTunes but am very happy that I have.
I'm not sure what it is that draws me to Koner's work so much as it is barely anything at all... maybe the fact that it is a soundscape that you can completely lose yourself in does it for me.
Whatever - if you've made it this far you clearly have an open mind and will be rewarded by paying a piffling sum for something that is truly out of the ordinary.


Born: 1965 in Bochum, Germany

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

One of the few musicians with ties to the unrelated but somewhat connected fields of contemporary avant-garde, techno, and indie rock, Thomas Köner has released albums of sparse ambience for the Dutch Barooni label, recorded similarly skeletal and lo-fi techno (with Andy Mellwig) as Porter Ricks, and appeared on albums by Bill Laswell's Divination as well as Sonic Boom's EAR collective. A native of Germany, Köner began recording with 1990's Nunatak Gongamur, the first in a series of LPs for Barooni....
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