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Friday, 6 May 2011

Piet Heinkade 3

100 seconds of Tim Hecker can be worth hours of other hacks. Proof? The arcing, whirling, ever more urgent opening - a version of The Piano Drop, which starts the mesmerising, monstrous Ravedeath 1972 (Spotify) - to last Sunday's performance in Amsterdam for Viral Radio with cohort Ben Frost.

Stream this precious fragment (shrugging off the frothy first few moments, perhaps, which seem to put the rave into Ravedeath...), plus an Experimedia album compression & a revisiting of one of the album's stand-out tracks, below.

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