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4.95 | 2 ratings | 1 reviews | 50% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2019

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. That world (09:10)
2. Is but a simulated blur (04:10)
3. Step away from Konoyo (04:38)
4. Into the void (04:48)
5. Not alone (03:10)
6. You never were (08:30)

Total Time 34:29

Line-up / Musicians

- Tim Hecker / synth, computer, composer & producer

- Motonori Miura / hichiriki
- Yoshiyuki Izaki / uchimono
- Fumiya Otonashi / sho
- Takuya Koketsu / ryuteki

Releases information

Artwork: Tobias Spichtig

CD Kranky ‎- KRANK 220 (2019, US)

LP Kranky ‎- KRANK 220 (2019, US)

Digital album

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Review by admireArt
5 stars Tim Hecker - Anoyo (2019) continues what Konoyo (2018) started. A 6 track release full of fresh new approaches of his sonic impressions on his visits (in plural) to Japan.

In able to review it, I inevitably, have to compare it with his previous release of which this one is a kind of an offspring or to put it in other words in the same tenor.

Anyway, I found in this Anoyo an enhanced poetic/nostalgic imprint & a far more palpable closeness to Classical Japanese music canons and their respective instruments, which by the way, in able for you reader to get a clear picture of what goes on here, are transfigured into new hazy electronic music realms with a detached yet deep feel of sacredness.

Therefore there is a clear contrast between both albums and their respective approaches. Nevertheless both works counterbalance each other as it could have turned out in a single release of a (perfect) double album, but each album withholds its own charm and yes somehow different yet fraternal results.

A more than honorable sequel to his past masterwork. 5 PA stars.

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