Mueller used 23 hour-long cassette tapes to record his daily activities. Over the course of a year he digitized, cut and compacted the field recordings found on the tapes. Each hour was used to make separate songs. The first 12 hours resulted in his most recent album, Vertical Lines A.
The music is often compared to Radiohead during their Kid A era, although the vocals sound nothing like Thom Yorke. The next 11 hours of audio are slated to become Mueller's next piece of art, Vertical Lines B. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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