Suss Müsik is fascinated by the idea of vibrational healing, described by British psychologist Charles Fernyhough as treatment "aimed simultaneously at both the centre and the periphery of experience." Of particular interest to Suss Müsik (a longtime sufferer of migraine headaches) is the therapeutic effect of sound on the body. When used in combination with Vipassana meditation, for example, the use of binaural beats can help focus attention and improve thought clarity. Much of Suss Müsik’s material incorporates the use of alpha sound waves to induce a “womblike” state of relaxation.
Suss Müsik creates post-classical ambient minimalism for crepuscular airports. The intention is to replicate the sound of real instruments by recording electro-acoustically in a room, using archaic technology that frequently malfunctions. The project is headquartered in North America by a single composer, with various collaborators located throughout the world on an as-needed bases.
Suss Müsik provided the soundtrack for a guided meditation app called Meditation&Me and in 2018 launched a "sound healing" YouTube channel called Lůno.