Tim Hecker

Public Records in collaboration with Pioneer Works present Tim Hecker as part of Durations Festival, a weekend long multi-instrumentalist exploration of sound, an intentional act of connection, and exploration of time as the intensive movement of body and mind.

We invite all Tim Hecker ticket holders for his show at Pioneer Works complimentary entry to the Durations Festival's Friday late night programming at Public Records, featuring Mule Musiq with Kuniyuki Takahashi, Superpitcher, + Toshiya Kawasaki. Festival pass holders will have access to each show, including Tim Hecker's performance at Pioneer Works.

About the Artist

Tim Hecker is a Juno Award-winning Canadian composer and musician, born in Vancouver. In the past two decades, he has produced a wide output, released by the likes of Kranky and 4AD. He focuses on exploring the intersection of noise, dissonance, and melody in his work, fostering an approach to songcraft which is both physical and emotive, his work being described as “structured ambient”, “tectonic color plates”, and “cathedral electronic music”.

His discography spans over 10 albums including the critically acclaimed Ravedeath 1972, Harmony in Ultraviolet, and Virgins.

Hecker also composes original scores, most recently for the BBC series The North Water and the Brandon Cronenberg movie Infinity Pool.