Misel Quitno: Seams of the Days / Part two (RPL004)

Oh, wie ein maschinenflötiges Rotationsgelicht. Wie knarzwaberndes Schwinggewebe. Zähschwurrlige, schwebfliesserische Tünche, oh! – part two.

This is the second half (here is part one) of Misel’s 66 minute long, contorted, evolving machine music continuum comprised of 128 sometimes more, sometimes less abruptly changing sequences. Arpeggios, chords, signals and textures, steadily flowing through an ominous, wafting, responsive space.

Available: Misel Quitno | Seams of the Days part 2

Die Nähte der Tage was created on a single piece of music machinery, a synthesizer made to be programmed with / play back patterns. Misel likes the sound of synthesizers, but he doesn’t own any. Except for a little, blue box he won for cheap around the time. Happily he decided he really had to use it, and use nothing else for a couple of months.

If these recordings had to be about anything but the effect of the sounds themselves and what they are – a deepest space exploration of sequenced Synthesizer music – they might aswell work as a comment on circles, cycles, repetition and the passage of time. If you look at the nearest clock, you’ll notice that the second hand is always in sync with this music.