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|Also known as||Jetone|
|Born||Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada|
|Origin||Montreal, Quebec, Canada|
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Tim Hecker is an electronic musician and sound artist based in Montreal, Canada. Hecker previously recorded under the moniker Jetone, but has become better known internationally for his ambient recordings released through Kranky, Mille Plateaux, Alien8, Force Inc, Staalplaat, and Fat Cat under his own name.
Hecker is a producer of electronica, touring and producing under the name Jetone. He has performed extensively including festivals such as Sónar (Barcelona), MUTEK (Montreal), Impakt Festival (Utrecht), Victoriaville in (Quebec), IDEAL (Nantes), Vancouver New Music Festival (Vancouver), and club transmediale (Berlin).
In addition to touring with Godspeed You! Black Emperor and recording with the likes of Fly Pan Am, Hecker has also collaborated with Christof Migone, Martin Tétreault, Daniel Lopatin(Oneohtrix Point Never) and Aidan Baker. He has also contributed remixes to other artists, including Isis.
Tim Hecker 
- Haunt Me, Haunt Me Do It Again (2001)
- Radio Amor (2003)
- Mirages (2004)
- Harmony in Ultraviolet (2006)
- An Imaginary Country (2009)
- Ravedeath, 1972 (2011)
with Aidan Baker (Nadja) 
- Fantasma Parastasie (2008)
with Daniel Lopatin (Oneohtrix Point Never) 
- Instrumental Tourist (2012)
EPs & Other 
- Trade Winds, White Noise (2002)
- My Love Is Rotten To The Core (2002)
- Radio Marti / Radio Havana (2004)
- Mort Aux Vaches (2005)
- Pareidolia (2006)
- Norberg (2007)
- Atlas (2007)
- Apondalifa (2010)
- Dropped Pianos (2011)
- Official website
- Tim Hecker at Allmusic
- Tim Hecker at Alien8 Recordings
- Tim Hecker at Groovesmag.com
- Hampson, Simon. “Tim Hecker Interview.” Cyclic Defrost, 3 March 2007.
- Henderson, Lee. “Tim Hecker: Resisting the Technophilia.” Splendid eZine, 2003.
- Schepper, Ron. “An Interview with Tim Hecker.” Junkmedia, 27 September 2004.
- Nguyen, Mac. “Interview: Tim Hecker.” The Silent Ballet, 28 March 2010.
- Unknown author. “Two and a Half Questions with Tim Hecker.” Headphone Commute, 28 April 2010.
- Unknown author. “Interview with Tim Hecker.” Headphone Commute, 18 February 2011.
Further reading 
- Bergmann, Brett. “Global Movement, Local Detail: The Music of Tim Hecker.” eContact! 11.2 — Figures canadiennes (2) / Canadian Figures (2) (July 2009). Montréal: CEC.
- Hecker, Tim. “Guest List Top 10.” Pitchfork. 27 October 2006.
- Richardson, Mark. “Tim Hecker: Harmony in Ultraviolet.” Pitchfork. CD Review. 16 October 2006.
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