A \ B \ C \ D forms sounds into structures and turns loops into rhythms. Starting from recordings of acoustic objects, Steinbrüchel segmented and wove them into new textures. Every sound becomes a string – some stronger, some weaker, interlacing with each other and turning themselves into new structures.
Once more, Steinbrüchel uses atmospheric and melodic sounds built upon micro loops, layered and arranged to create a repeating structure. The overlay of all these loops is held together by clicking particles which lead through the compositions like a seam. Hidden melodies keep flashing on the surface, linking all the segments with each other.