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Sometimes You See Yourself (through the cosmos)

by cinchel

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Cinchel's hour long sojourn into a land where singing wine glasses and treated guitars form peaks and valleys that rival the pulses of dying stars and slowly imploding planets tens of millions of light years away. All heard through an echo chamber that could wrap around the world one thousand times over.


released March 7, 2013

"Blast Off. Slowly." - iwanttoputsomethinginyourear.tumblr.com/post/45357194266/0019-cinchel-sometimes-you-see-yourself-through-the

"Cinchel takes guitars and singing wine glasses and forms them gently over an hour’s time like a chef patiently whipping eggs into stiff peaks while preparing a Chiffon cake" -- midwestaxn.com/music/best-of-2013-top-8-cassette-releases/ Kriss Stress

"Ah, who am I kidding, I want to write more, because Cinchel, a Chicago-based recording artist, does his damnedest to approximate Musica universalis, the music of the spheres, the sonic reverberations of celestial objects. He usually does this with guitar, but on Sometimes You See Yourself, he features guest contributions from singing wine glasses, of all things!" --Ryan Masteller cassettegods.blogspot.com/2016/03/cinchel-sometimes-you-see-yourself.html




cinchel Chicago, Illinois

I am a Chicago based musician working with guitar, effects and laptop to create abstract ambient music that is both minimal and dense. My main focus has been the interaction of sounds/notes with themselves.With only the use of delay, layering and distortion I attempt to make a lot of guitars no longer sound like guitars.I like to call this minimal dense music for that reason. ... more

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