Olli Aarni is a self-taught experimental musician living in Vantaa, Finland. With his music he aims to condense reality into magic. Aarni has released over 20 LPs, CDs and cassette tapes on four continents.
This piece is about early morning light, shape-shifting clouds, two-dimensional birds and empty space. It's my interpretation of a certain kind of dawn, when the light is just bright enough to make the sleep slightly thinner and restless.
When making music, I often listen to sounds and adjust them bit by bit until I start to connect with them emotionally. At best a sound can be a canvas for the listener to project their feelings and ideas in multiple ways again and again. I usually work on pieces for a long time because I want to wander inside them and let them become part of my daily life for a while.
I recorded this at home in Vantaa, Finland and in Q-O2, Brussels and Elektronmusikstudion, Stockholm during 2014–2019.
Here we get to see the memories that The Caretaker wasn't able to tell us about before his passing, but which by some miracle we get to see. If only we could hear what he had to say about them. pixelperfectbc