I listened to Parsecs No.1.
What I heard is, more or less, a rigid succession of mono-textured panels.
There are many issues, I think. First, you should work on making more interesting transitions. This process will include a more elaborate transformation of the original textures, i.e., not just the mere presentation of the texture.
Second, polyphony, i.e., more than one sound at a time. This also will make the textures more interesting and not simple and monochromatic as the ones in the piece. The elaboration of this polyphony also will help to make the transitions and the general shape of the piece.
So, in general, use all the resources we have from western music in combination with the new possibilities offered by this new electronic medium.
Thanks for the comment buddy, nice to see you here!
The only pieces on my soundcloud that are finished are the two variations, which aren't perfect, everything else is still in production.
While I accept your advice, there are quite a few moments where I have multiple sounds overlapping eachother. I think I need to make it more noticeable in those areas.
The transitions are definitely rough, I will be working on that.
My Parsecs cycle isn't a focus of mine but when the whole thing is finished, it will be a big cohesive whole of an experience!