Since His first release in 1997, Hanna has been a body of art with the agenda of putting ambiguous chord structures and harmonies into an electronic music envelope.
The more popular works lying in the deep house and techno genre.
The Apron release called The Never End, opens and closes with ambient pieces without drums or percussion with strange titles ''Being'' and ''When'' which are improper adjectives or nouns that symbolize the ambiguity of the chords and beauty of the sound.
The other 4 pieces nudge previous unique Hanna minerva that makes this a special and impressive release.
The Canadian singer-songwriter and environmental activist excels at helping to find a silver lining; everything is transitory, but that doesn’t mean it’s unsurmountable. Bandcamp Album of the Day Feb 18, 2020