A gorgeous panorama of extra-terrestrial horizons, and an elevation by several thousand feet of 2015’s ambrosial Where All Is Fled.
Some portions of Strands are so calming that it's hard to stay focused on Hauschildt's expertly woven details. But the album doesn't just seek to relax its listeners.
The album is highly focused and engrossing, and continues Hauschildt's run of nearly flawless albums.
The Cleveland electronic musician has refined his minimalist techno to a frictionless peak. The keyboard patches on his latest are so physical that you can imagine holding them in your hand.