Ian William Craig

Ian William Craig is a Canadian musician known for using broken tape machines. He is based in Vancouver, British Columbia. Craig was classically trained in vocal performance and uses modified tape reels to distort his recorded voice. Music magazine Rolling Stone compared his style to that of William Basinski, Grouper, and Anohni. His 2016 Centres was the first release on FatCat's relaunched 130701 record label, which specializes in post-classical music and popularized the music of Max Richter and Hauschka. The album received "universal acclaim", according to album review aggregator Metacritic. Rolling Stone described Craig as the most exciting experimental composer of 2016.

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It Need Not Be HopelessCentres4:21
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A Forgetting PlaceA Turn of Breath - Extended2:04
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DoubtshapesCradle for the Wanting3:15
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The NearnessThe Nearness7:45
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6 Years, 33 Million (For Bo)A Turn of Breath - Extended2:04
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Open Passage Closed Passage Hidden PassageMeaning Turns To Whispers7:50
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On The Reach Of ExplanationsA Turn of Breath - Extended6:02
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TC-377 PoemThresholder2:46
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ContainSlow Vessels8:01
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The EdgesA Turn of Breath - Extended5:09
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