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Mirages (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: KRANK 181LP. Rel: 25 Sep 13
Ambient/Drone
  1. Acephale
  2. Neither More Nor Less
  3. Aerial Silver (feat Christof Migone & Le Fly Pan Am)
  4. Celestina
  5. Counter Attack
  6. The Truth Of Accountants
  7. Aerial Light-Pollution Orange
  8. Non Mollare
  9. Kaito
  10. Balkanize-You
  11. Incurably Optimistic!
 in stock $28.17
Harmony In Ultraviolet (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: KRANK 102. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Ambient/Drone
  1. Rainbow Blood
  2. Stags, Aircraft, Kings & Secretaries
  3. Palimpsest
  4. Chimeras
  5. Dungeoneering
  6. Palimpsest II
  7. Spring Heeled Jack Flies Tonight
  8. Harmony In Blue I-IV
  9. Radio Spiricom
  10. Whitecaps Of White Noise I
  11. Whitecaps Of White Noise II
  12. Blood Rainbow
 in stock $25.57
Cat: KRANK 130LP. Rel: 09 Mar 09
Ambient/Drone
  1. 100 Years (3:28)
  2. Sea Of Pulses (4:41)
  3. The Inner Shore (4:14)
  4. Pond Life (1:34)
  5. Borderlands (4:43)
  6. A Stop At The Chord Cascades (4:44)
  7. Utropics (1:02)
  8. Paragon Point (5:12)
  9. Her Black Horizon (1:28)
  10. Currents Of Electrostasy (3:47)
  11. Where Shadows Make Shadows (8:20)
  12. 200 Years Ago (4:51)
 in stock $26.88
Cat: KRANK 130CD. Rel: 09 Mar 09
Ambient/Drone
  1. 100 Years
  2. Sea Of Pulses
  3. The Inner Shore
  4. Utropics
  5. Pond Life
  6. Borderlands
  7. A Stop At The Chord Cascades
  8. Paragon POint
  9. Her Black Horizon
  10. Currents Of Electrostasy
  11. Where Shadows Make Shadows
  12. 200 Years
 in stock $14.09
Cat: KRANK211 CD. Rel: 03 Jul 18
Ambient/Drone
  1. Music For Tundra (part 1)
  2. Music For Tundra (part 2)
  3. Music For Tundra (part 3)
  4. Arctic Lover's Rock (part 1)
  5. Arctic Lover's Rock (part 2)
  6. The Work Of Art In The Age Of Cultural Overproduction
  7. October (part 1)
  8. October (part 2)
  9. Ghost Writing (part 1)
  10. Ghost Writing (part 2)
  11. City In Flames (In 3 Parts) (part 1)
  12. City In Flames (In 3 Parts) (part 2)
  13. City In Flames (In 3 Parts) (part 3)
  14. Borderlines (part 1)
  15. Borderlines (part 2)
  16. Boreal Kiss (part 1)
  17. Boreal Kiss (part 2)
  18. Boreal Kiss (part 3)
  19. Night Flight To Your Heart (part 1)
  20. Night Flight To Your Heart (part 2)
 in stock $13.31
Love Streams (gatefold 2xLP)
4AD
Cat: CAD 3614. Rel: 08 Apr 16
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Obsidian Counterpoint (4:55)
  2. Music Of The Air (3:52)
  3. Bijie Dream (2:31)
  4. Live Leak (instrumental) (2:36)
  5. Violet Monumental (I) (4:42)
  6. Violet Monumental (II) (3:49)
  7. Up Red Bull Creek (2:41)
  8. Castrati Stack (3:51)
  9. Voice Crack (3:26)
  10. Collapse Sonata (2:31)
  11. Black Phase (7:59)
Review: While Tim Hecker has a well-earned reputation for extreme electronic experimentation, he's always been capable of delivering releases shot through with intense beauty. It's this side of Hecker's output that's explored on Love Streams, his first album for three years. Effortlessly melodious, fluid, and constantly evolving, it pairs fuzzy, drone-inspired textures, melancholic atmospherics and ear-pleasing ambient melodies, with flashes of steel drums, manipulated string arrangements, and the distinctive sound of an Icelandic choir. It's a sound palette that ensures a stream of memorable, eyes-closed moments, from the Tangerine Dream inspired "Voice Crack", to the loved-up bliss of the two-part "Violet Monumental".
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 in stock $15.32
Cat: KRANK 211. Rel: 04 Jul 18
Ambient/Drone
  1. Music For Tundra (part 1) (5:13)
  2. Music For Tundra (part 2) (1:53)
  3. Music For Tundra (part 3) (0:40)
  4. Arctic Lover's Rock (part 1) (5:24)
  5. Arctic Lover's Rock (part 2) (1:09)
  6. The Work Of Art In The Age Of Cultural Overproduction (7:37)
  7. October (part 1) (3:33)
  8. October (part 2) (1:22)
  9. Ghost Writing (part 1) (4:29)
  10. Ghost Writing (part 2) (1:23)
  11. City In Flames (In 3 Parts) (part 1) (2:58)
  12. City In Flames (In 3 Parts) (part 2) (2:46)
  13. City In Flames (In 3 Parts) (part 3) (1:01)
  14. Borderlines (part 1) (4:56)
  15. Borderlines (part 2) (0:20)
  16. Boreal Kiss (part 1) (3:28)
  17. Boreal Kiss (part 2) (0:33)
  18. Boreal Kiss (part 3) (1:53)
  19. Night Flight To Your Heart (part 1) (2:28)
  20. Night Flight To Your Heart (part 2) (1:10)
 in stock $25.31
Ravedeath 1972 (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: KRANK 154LP. Rel: 28 Mar 11
Ambient/Drone
  1. The Piano Drop
  2. In The Fog I
  3. In The Fog II
  4. In The Fog III
  5. No Drums
  6. Hatred Of Music I
  7. Hatred Of Music II
  8. Analog Paralysis, 1978
  9. Studio Suicide, 1980
  10. In The Air I
  11. In The Air II
  12. In The Air III
 in stock $28.44
Virgins (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: KRANK 183LP. Rel: 07 Oct 13
Ambient/Drone
  1. Prism
  2. Virginal I
  3. Radiance
  4. Live Room
  5. Live Room Out
  6. Virginal II
  7. Black Refraction
  8. Incense At Abu Ghraib
  9. Amps, Drugs, Harmonium
  10. Stigmata I
  11. Stigmata II
  12. Stab Variation
Review: Tim Hecker's music has a way of consistently confounding expectations thanks to his ever shifting nature, and Virgins is no exception. While 2011's Ravedeath 1972 felt weighed down by its sandblasted sound that brought to mind a ravaged landscape, and last year's Instrumental Tourist was filled with subtle Eastern influences, Virgins comes with a sound that feels somehow elegiac; opener "Prism" places cacophonous organs stretched to infinity, while "Radiance" is as close as Hecker will get to the sound of an angelic chorus. Other moments prove more introspective, such as "Live Room Out", and the sullen piano keys of "Black Refraction". It's an album with the same instantly timeless quality of Fennesz's Venice, and comes highly recommended.
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 in stock $28.44
Konoyo (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: KRANK 219LP. Rel: 21 Sep 18
Ambient/Drone
  1. This Life (8:47)
  2. In Death Valley (5:47)
  3. Is A Rose Petal Of The Dying Crimson Light Keyed Out (13:08)
  4. In Mother Earth Phase (10:26)
  5. A Sodium Codec Haze (5:46)
  6. Across To Anoyo (15:21)
Review: On his last album, 2016's "Love Streams", long-serving ambient experimentalist Tim Hecker joined forces with an Icelandic choir and orchestra. This time round, he has headed East, utilizing the services of Japanese musicians and percussionists. The resultant set, "Konoyo", tips a wink to Japan's deep history in both ambient and jazz, but is far darker and dystopian in tone. It's an intriguing approach, all told, and one that allows for tracks to organically evolve, slowly shifting between fluid, otherworldly dreaminess and unsettling, paranoid creepiness. It's this interplay - not just between darkness and light, but also the experimental and the traditional - that makes "Konoyo" such a riveting and enjoyable listen.
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 in stock $25.83
Konoyo (CD)
Cat: KRANK 219CD. Rel: 24 Sep 18
Ambient/Drone
  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
Review: On his last album, 2016's "Love Streams", long-serving ambient experimentalist Tim Hecker joined forces with an Icelandic choir and orchestra. This time round, he has headed East, utilizing the services of Japanese musicians and percussionists. The resultant set, "Konoyo", tips a wink to Japan's deep history in both ambient and jazz, but is far darker and dystopian in tone. It's an intriguing approach, all told, and one that allows for tracks to organically evolve, slowly shifting between fluid, otherworldly dreaminess and unsettling, paranoid creepiness. It's this interplay - not just between darkness and light, but also the experimental and the traditional - that makes "Konoyo" such a riveting and enjoyable listen.
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 in stock $11.58
Radio Amor (reissue) (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: 796441 821211. Rel: 04 Jul 18
Ambient/Drone
  1. Song Of The Highwire Shrimper (7:07)
  2. (They Call Me) Jimmy (5:15)
  3. Spectral (7:55)
  4. I'm Transmitting Tonight (5:38)
  5. 7000 Miles (5:45)
  6. Shipyards Of La Ceiba (1:59)
  7. Careless Whispers (5:10)
  8. The Star Compass (4:52)
  9. Azure Azure (10:27)
  10. Trade Winds, White Heat (4:35)
Review: 2003's Radio Amor has been one of our personal Tim Hecker favourites. For an artist who has released and collaborated on so much timeless ambient music, it is a bold statement. But, it is also a calculated one. The fact that it hasn't been reissued on vinyl since its original drop does have an effect, of course, but it's also one of Hecker's most pensive works, with its tunes lingering mid-air with a confidence that is rarely heard in ambient and drone these days. For instance, the sinister tension of "Spectral" reigns supreme over most other tracks of its ilk, but the majority of its quality rests in propensity to blend different emotions thanks to disparate sounds and an inhuman build up of energy. Highly recommended.
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Cat: KRANK 154. Rel: 16 Mar 11
Experimental/Electronic
  1. The Piano Drop
  2. In The Fog I
  3. In The Fog II
  4. In The Fog III
  5. No Drums
  6. Hatred Of Music I
  7. Hatred Of Music II
  8. Analog Paralysis, 1978
  9. Studio Suicide, 1980
  10. In The Air I
  11. In The Air II
  12. In The Air III
Review: Canadian sonic experimentalist Tim Hecker has long been a celebrated exponent of the ambient art form. Since the mid 1990s, he's released a series of acclaimed albums that blur the boundaries between art, music and experimentation, concocting stunning soundscapes through the use of simple melodies, dense, FX-laden instrumentation and alien chord sequences. On the oddly-titled "Ravedeath, 1972", he continues his one-man journey into the echo-laden heart of soundscape electronica. His compositions are at times quiet and fragile ("No Drums"), at others bold and queasily discordant (the two-part "Hatred Of Music"), but they're rarely less than breathlessly beautiful. The three-part "In The Air" is, in particular, quite stunning.
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Cat: KRANK 102. Rel: 06 Oct 06
Ambient/Drone
  1. Rainbow Blood
  2. Stags Aircraft Kings & Secretaries
  3. Palimpsest
  4. Chimeras
  5. Dungeoneering
  6. Palimpsest II
  7. Spring Heeled Jack Flies Tonight
  8. Harmony In Blue I-IV
  9. Radio Spiricom
  10. Whitecaps Of White Noise
  11. Whitecaps Of White Noise II
  12. Blood Rainbow
  13. Track 13
  14. Track 14
  15. Track 15
Review: "Harmony In Ultraviolet" is Tim Hecker's sixth album, Hecker's other albums appear on Alien 8, Mille Plateaux, EN/OF, and Fat Cat Records. "Harmony..." is a continuation of Hecker's interest in spectral communications, noise, impressionist musics, thresholds of listening pleasure/pain, and the limits of digital composition. This album is a significant development of his song-craft, challenging the usefulness of descriptors such as ambient, drone, metal, noise and electronic music. The New York Times has described his work as foreboding, abstract pieces in which static and sub-bass rumbles open up around slow moving notes and chords, like fissures in the earth waiting to swallow them whole.
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Cat: KRANK181 CD. Rel: 03 Jul 18
Ambient/Drone
  1. Acephale
  2. Neither More Nor Less
  3. Aerial Silver
  4. Celestina
  5. Counter Attack
  6. The Truth Of Accountants
  7. Aerial Light-Pollution Orange
  8. Non Mollare
  9. Kaito
  10. Balkanize-You
  11. Incurably Optimistic!
 in stock $13.31
Instrumental Tourist (gatefold LP + CD)
Cat: SFT0 176ILP. Rel: 22 Nov 12
Ambient/Drone
  1. Uptown Psychedelia
  2. Scene From A French Zoo
  3. Vaccination (For Thomas Mann)
  4. Intrusions
  5. Whole Earth Tascam
  6. GRM Blue I
  7. GRM Blue II
  8. Racist Drone
  9. Grey Geisha
  10. Instrumental Tourist
  11. Ritual For Consumption
  12. Vaccination No 2
  13. Uptown Psychedelia
  14. Scene From A French Zoo
  15. Vaccination (For Thomas Mann)
  16. Intrusions
  17. Whole Earth Tascam
  18. GRM Blue I
  19. GRM Blue II
  20. Racist Drone
  21. Grey Geisha
  22. Instrumental Tourist
  23. Ritual For Consumption
  24. Vaccination No 2
Review: Tim Hecker and Daniel Lopatin are both well known for their intricate, neo-classical drones. The former has released one of the best experimental albums of the last five years, the enchanting Ravedeath, 1972 while the latter goes by the name of Oneohtrix Point Never, an alias which has resulted in the formidable Replica LP. Both artists are meticulous experimenters of sound, and although the LP opens with the relatively gentle "Uptown Psychedelia", a winding collection of synths being disrupted by chaotic explosions, it's quickly dismantled by more apocalyptic pieces such as "Instrusions" and "GRM Blue II", where the duo carefully place the tranquillity of soft pads next to the doom of lurid feedback noises. But it's the long and continuously evolving sounds of tracks like "Racist Drones" and "Grey Geisha" that shine through most brightly, and the title track "Instrumental Tourist" is a carefully detailed mutation of timbres and atmospherics. This is the mature side of noise and drone, shifting Hecker and Lopatin into deeper, more treacherous waters but still retaining a strong musical foothold, and is exactly the sort of thing we want to see from these two great talents.
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 in stock $17.22
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