“It must be emphasized that this isn't a band and there is no post-production reassembly: it's one person playing a multi-faceted, self-feedbacking instrument, and it's all done with a single pass. Yet it sounds like group activity...
...St Celfer makes the work in a single take. The "assembly" is making an instrument that creates its own variables and accidents and conveys an impression of dense multitracking
Read more of Tom Moody's first impressions of the Step.4D™ here:
‘music of the apeirogons’ ... ‘brain-hexing music’
ST CELFER (@ 1 hour 25 and 29 minute marks, respectively, both shows) on 91.3 KBCS (Seattle) Flotation Device hosted by Michael Schell
Tallinn's IDA October 29, 2021 Tikrishow plays '51' (track 7)