i don't know if 'detailed' is the word i would use for Quaristice. maybe 'subtle' is a better description. more nuanced than Untilted. more shades. more organic.
to me, Untilted is like some hyper detailed cubist painting. Quaristice is more like wildstyle graffiti. still technical but more loose & funky.
a lot of it comes down to how the 2 albums were made. Untilted was all intense midi programming. taking time to program & chain together all sorts of sequences. Quaristice was all jammed out realtime.
when i listen to Quaristice, i can really hear their hands on the controls. I think it's the album that is the most 'them' as people. when you hear something change on that album, you know for the most part a hand was moving a fader, or triggering a button, or whatever. i really felt their unique sense of rhythm & timing with all of their Quaristice stuff, and the relative sparseness of the tracks allows you to hear all the things they are doing more clearly.
Yeah well put, I think this is the most accurate and also explains why I love it the most.