”More” is a journey into apparently desolate sites or constructions devoid of human activity. The music is a sonic interpretation of these places. It could be the vibrations of machines in empty buildings or the distant waves crashing in on the shoreline. It could be the wind audible in an old factory vent or the hissing sound underneath the car-tires on a rainy motorway, its still hard to tell which is the original source.
If you should draw a parallel to film-making, Tarkovsky would be obvious as an inspiration. The desolate passages and slow panning by the camera in long sequences with no obvious story seems comparable to what we try to achieve.
cavernous by small things on sundays
powerstation by small things on sundays
Small Things on Sundays > Sara Said (re-up; from Transformation / Decay, Menthe de Chat)
SToS's Henrik Bagner also operates as On The Wrong Planet. First Visit - again on Striate Cortex - seems like an austerer pleasure, though the stand-out You Can't Make Me Forget chucks an engaging riffiness & even the hint of a string passage into its eddying vortex.
you cant make me forget by on the wrong planet