This is the first upload of this brand new channel that will focus entirely on ambient music, all sorts of electronic and sample-heavy stuff. What better way to start than this amazing album 'Radio Amor' by Dr. Tim Hecker.
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Radio Amor by Tim Hecker, released 06 July 2018 1. Song Of The Highwire Shrimper 2. (They Call Me) Jimmy 3. Spectral 4. I'm Transmitting Tonight 5. 7000 Miles 6. Shipyard Of La Ceiba 7. Careless Whispers 8. The Star Compass 9. Azure Azure 10. Trade Winds, White Heat. Nathaniel Edmiston Such a lovely experience to listen to this album.
Warm and melodic, Tim Hecker’s album RADIO AMOR pulses and throb is aching beauty. Though mostly beatless, it engages the listener to drift into a space between the machine and the soul. (They Call Me) Jimmy is an electronic sigh, while Careless Whispers actually whispers (though not careless at all)
Tim Hecker's first album for Mille Plateaux, Radio Amor, follows two excellent efforts for the relatively smaller yet similarly prestigious Substractif label, and accordingly consolidates that pair into his most inclusive and presentable recording yet. It merges the haunting majesty of his debut full-length, Haunt Me Haunt Me, Do It Again (2001), with the loose conceptual framework of his follow-up EP, My Love Is Rotten to the Core (2002), and does so without being quite as overbearing as those two releases may have felt to listeners interested in simply engaging music rather than far-fet.
Song of the Highwire Shrimper, 07:24. They Call Me) Jimmy, 04:52. I'm Transmitting Tonight, 05:16. Shipyards of La Ceiba, 01:56. Now playing: Ed Sheeran Perfect. Хит FM Большая 20-ка. No Doubt Don't Speak.
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Tim Hecker's second full-length under his own name- originally on Mille Plateaux in 2003, then out of print, now reissued on Alien 8- was inspired in part by an image of a commercial fisherman gracefully tending to his boat's rigging. When I hear background like this about an instrumental album, I always try to listen at least once without thinking of the reference. But the remainder of the album, through accident or design, doesn't sustain the aquatic vibe. The prevailing theme of Radio Amor sounds to me now like a struggle for connection. It's a conversation that hopes to be carried across frayed wires that are constantly shorting out, causing the signal to disintegrate in a cloud of static. It's not voices per se that are trying to get over, but essences, information.
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Performer: Tim Hecker
Title: Radio Amor
Date of release: 2003
Style: Ambient, Drone, Glitch
Size MP3: 1418 mb
Size FLAC: 1378 mb
Rating: 4.2 / 5
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