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There are moments in life that require you to simply “put your ear down close to your soul and listen hard.” It’s often hard to understand just what the heart wants and to know what language your soul is speaking, but when you’re overcome with a sense of ineffable emotion, that’s always a place worth exploring. Whether it’s lying somewhere between nostalgic longing and the throws of heartbreak or melancholic ennui and the craving for absolute joy, what hangs in the balance of those emotions has a sonic rhythm and sound that speaks when the words just won’t come.
And when it comes to artists that personify that very feeling, it’s the music of Tim Hecker that gives weight to what’s lying just between. His droning ambient soundscapes like decaying cities of the soul are filled with a teeming an static ring that echoes into the chambers of the heart and is always an absolutely meditative pleasure to swarm your brain waves. 
Floating Into the Sonic Wonder of Tim Hecker
  1. There are moments in life that require you to simply “put your ear down close to your soul and listen hard.” It’s often hard to understand just what the heart wants and to know what language your soul is speaking, but when you’re overcome with a sense of ineffable emotion, that’s always a place worth exploring. Whether it’s lying somewhere between nostalgic longing and the throws of heartbreak or melancholic ennui and the craving for absolute joy, what hangs in the balance of those emotions has a sonic rhythm and sound that speaks when the words just won’t come.

    And when it comes to artists that personify that very feeling, it’s the music of Tim Hecker that gives weight to what’s lying just between. His droning ambient soundscapes like decaying cities of the soul are filled with a teeming an static ring that echoes into the chambers of the heart and is always an absolutely meditative pleasure to swarm your brain waves. 

    Floating Into the Sonic Wonder of Tim Hecker

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