one to nine by having been illustrated with short compositions on a
piano where one dim chord is followed by another in a loose yet
refreshing way. It varies at length from a minute to a three minute.
I guess the piano is played in a dark room being away from a hot
summer day. The mood is being created, the relations between the
chords equate the flowing, slowly and a bit hypnotic atmosphere which
provides a forward-flowing and purgative impulse. For sure, it is a
moody experience yet simultaneously it is an instance of active
listening where any chord must be caught with stark seriousness. The
outing is a bit of the discography of Headphonica.