Previous works True Delusion and Stuffed With/Out were just transient rooms after which Andrey Kiritchenko's way to the labyrinth of music sounds proceeded. Here, in album Misterrious, released by Japanese label Spekk appears the feeling that we are coming nearer to Oz country moving along the road of yellow bricks. Music in this release is perceived in such a crystal, atmosphere and transparent way that in this case the album can't be compared to anything else, though can be placed in one line with such musician as Rafael Anton Irisarri and his album Daydreaming. Only several years ago there appeared such pieces of art in which musicians started to paint pictures with the help of musical sounds. Misterrious is one of pearls which must be found and touched. It's time to work miracles without producing illusions at the same time - Misterrious corresponds to its title completely. A collection of small mysteries joined into one big story. The first composition "Let Oneself In" makes you get alerted - music flows illusory, a stream of crystal slivers.
In "Sparkling Early Mornings" piano sounds in a fantastic way, as if the musician was from all sides surrounded by dense fog, through which music can hardly come to the light. A little bit later the piano is joined by acoustic guitar, other jazz instruments, here starts the first morning mystery - the dawn. Images-associations with the sounds playing appear in mind at once, foggy landscapes, wandering castles in the air, pure surrealism. Album's black-and-white pictures by Olga Indovina as usual perfectly depict the world of wandering wizard, hidden in his own head.