lucky fucker. I've only started listening to him in the past few weeks and Carbon/Core just blew me away beyond reason. I didn't like Juggernaut too much, but what else from him would u recommend
Have you ever listened to the Bang on a Can performance of Music for Airports?
I think it's kinda neat. Especially if you want to hear a version with more varied instrumentation.
diverse isn't exactly the word i'd pick.. for any of his records, really. has it struck you, or anyone else, that the track list on virgins is out of order? like some tracks should fade into each other, but are separated for some reason?
heres something that you might like to listen to
Both older and better than Tim Hecker, not that Tim Hecker is bad.
Not my favorite, but ambient threads are always echo chambers for the classics. This is a first class ambient record.
Scissors and Sellotape - For the Tired and Ill at Ease