Tim Hecker is one of the biggest deals in drone and contemporary ambient music. In 2001, he made his debut with the album, 'Haunt Me, Haunt Me Do It Again', and since then he's released seven LPs on various labels. For the last decade, he's been working on a sound that lives somewhere between noise, dissonance and melody. In 2011, he released 'Ravedeath, 1972', which was recorded in a church in Reykjavik, and produced in collaboration with Ben Frost. In late 2013, Hecker released his latest studio album, 'Virgins', where he collaborated with Ben Frost and Valgeir Sigurdsson, who he played multiple jam sessions with, resulting in the incorporation of several wind instruments, synthesizers and a piano.