KK017
cat#
KK017
title:
Misterrious
artist:
Andrey Kiritchenko
time:
41' 58"
format:
CD

tracklist

1.
let oneself in
2.
sparkling early mornings
mp3
3.
wounded by love
4.
your thought in scary forest
5.
evening light wrap me softly
6.
persistent visions
7.
untitled inquietudes
8.
vague fable
9.
unexpected raylets
mp3

Text by Andrey Kiritchenko

When I started to think about new album, I wanted to keep up with what I have started to explore in gTrue Delusionh release and continued in gStuffed With/Outh. I wanted to introduce something new to the sound – make it more acoustic than electronic. Believe me or not, I wanted to make a jazz record (my way of course) - cinematic, naive and visionary album.
 In the new album I choose piano as the main and solo instrument and wanted to make it sound in minimalist, melodic and overtone way. So, when I had some amount of free time in rehearsal rooms of Stockholmfs student chummery I started to make first piano sketches. After those sessions and also collecting piano outlines I made later in Kharkov I decided to continue with an appropriate jazz attribute – drums. After few unsuccessful conversations with local drummers I decided to ask Jason Kahn and Martin Brandlmayer for their participation as I really appreciate their stuff and approach. After their part was done I still had some tracks that wished to have a percussion part too, so I decided to try that out myself and bought a snare and a set up of cymbals. By that time I had wonderful field recordings of insects I made on half-island of Crimea (Ukraine) and they fitted very well with the rest and also with my usual instruments: guitar, glockenspiel, mouth harmonica, auto-harp, Tibetan bowls and objects.