Wednesday, December 28, 2011
TIM HECKER / Ravedeath, 1972 
A hostile, but never aggressive, wall of sound created by multiple recordings of a church organ battling it out with a dense atmosphere of crackles, drones and distorted loops. Hecker never really needs to resort to anything outright terrifying but instead relies on the mood he's created to fog up your mind and chill you right to the bone.
It's as pleasant as it is unnerving. If you can accept this as listening material then I can highly recommend it.
4 digital garbage obsessions out of 5
Songs Of Note: The Piano Drop; No Drums