The pleb - patrician dichotomy is an illusion.
Forgive my lack of proper articulation, but Tim Hecker's ability to convey vague concepts regarding aesthetic appreciation in sonic abstraction seems to be remarkably unique.
Tim broke ground with his texture/layer workings on Harmony in Ultraviolet; I only thought he would have peaked with Virgins and lost direction shortly after. I was incredibly wrong.
Because I probably didn't explain myself above, here are a vague list of ideas to describe my fondness of Hecker:>Incredibly unique aesthetic (I have yet to hear an artist who sounds remotely like him - maybe Ohneotrix Point Never with regards to the plunderphonics on this album)>Gives the illusion of beauty/aesthetic value in our inherently nihilistic realm of existence by conveying (illusory) "transcendental"-themes in an incredibly universal/accessible way.
I'm a nihilistic so the above point is incredibly important for me.