In “Chaos in Boxes”, author Sean Luciw crams the square peg of music theory into the round holes of Egyptian folklore, astronomy, numerology, babushkas, poetry, diarrhea, and the long-lost Solfeggio matrix. Bad puns and even a good old-fashioned f-word or two abound.
Parallels abound in our universe. “Chaos in Boxes” is a collection of experiments, theories and observations regarding music theory-based ideas and their connections to other parts of the world. Astronomy, astrology, geometry, arithmetic, science, art and poetry mix with scales, modes, chords, fretboard diagrams and more, in a down-to-earth, fun style.
Sean Luciw is a driven multi-disciplinary creative. It all started with guitar and has led to over 20 albums (in many genres ranging from metal to meditation) released on his vanity micro-label, a few short films including "Camel Karma", several software inventions including Music Of The Spheres for PC and Accelerando Metronomo for iOS, and publication of one book, "Chaos In Boxes: twisted adventures in music theory".