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Avant-noise artist Tim Hecker brings an intentional lightness to Love Streams, exploring classical and choral-style composition with an electronic producer’s sensibilities. A repetitive, Reich-ian riff of brittle synths opens “Obsidian Counterpoint” before it’s interrupted by a flourish of woodwinds—but its gauzy finale sounds like notes hitting a paper shredder. On “Music of the Air,” a playful cacophony of voices ends up struggling to breathe above a flood of frayed synthesizers. It’s that elevated push-pull between light and dark that gives Love Streams its epic tension, making for a gorgeously melancholy listen that's both ethereal and abrasive.

Customer Reviews


Very good material

Oh Man!

Different from Virgins and Ravedeath... More emotion and complexitys than either of them. 9.5/10


its snowing over green grass h, and this music seems to be coming from the particles falling. i love you Tim Hecker you always remnd me of something ive always known but could not access


Born: 1974 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Cana

Genre: Electronic

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

Montreal producer Tim Hecker made his initial breakthrough with experimental techno and IDM as Jetone, but followed with ambient music attributed to his real name. This experimental ambient work, released by Alien8 sublabel Substractif beginning in late 2001 with Haunt Me Haunt Me, Do It Again, won much acclaim. It also familiarized listeners with the producer himself, and not just because it featured his real name rather than a moniker: Hecker's self-titled work was much more personal than his Jetone...
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