The musician that claims to be able to control every aspect of his music, lies.
There's a something between his musical input and what reaches the audience thats completely up to odds and chance (german: Zufall), especially when jazz-musicians Manuel Krass (e-piano, effects) and Stephan Goldbach (doublebass, electronics) act as soundscape-architects: everything between ambient and free-jazz is possible. Kind of like the musical-sound-art concubinage between Brian Eno and Peter Brötzmann.
The result is music like a landscape photograph: a merely slowly changing sound picture abounding with small details to be discovered.
Or maybe a movie score for your mental cinema: quite a bit film noir, some nature documentary, a little apocalyptic sentiment. In the end, it's somewhat up to odds and chance.