Pjusk ‎– Sart

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1 Tander 7:57
2 Kontur 2:19
3 Dur 4:16
4 Flyktig 5:10
5 Myk 4:07
6 Rim
Guitar [Additional] – Geir Hørnes
1:32
7 Vag 3:34
8 Rav 5:08
9 Hul 4:56
10 Anelse 4:42
11 Rom 4:54
12 Dempet 3:18
13 Stadig 3:20

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Special thanks to:
Stig Bø for your visual input
Trygve Berge for your Tandberg 1968 2-track
Rod Modell for letting us use your sounds on track 8
Hans-Lukas Hansen for your precious vinyls

Big thanks to you all for your encouragement and support:
Taylor Deupree, Inge Jørgensen, Klaus Lunde, Christian Vestbø, Bjarte Andreassen, Elisabeth Lahr, Einar Solberg, Tor Anders Voldsund, Erik Manshaus, Charlotte Ervik, Mari Gillund, Peter Andreas Nordenstam, Lars Christian Schreiner and Geir Hørnes.

Limited to 1000 copies. Comes in a digipak.

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12k1042 Pjusk Sart(13xFile, FLAC, Album) 12k 12k1042 US Unknown

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kruisspin

kruisspin

February 17, 2014
fantastic voyage in the 'PJUSK' soundworld,a kind of easy layering recordings from the unknow !
maedecedeam

maedecedeam

February 10, 2010

The wizardry and craft in this masterpiece by Pjusk is intoxicating, enthralling. It approaches something of a perfect union of Eno's music-as-space constructs, Peter Gabriel's processing of organic ephemera, and the persistent, concentrated soul of early Klaus Schulze melodic passages.

As musique concrète guru Pierre Schaeffer once said, "music isn't made of notes, it's made of sounds". There is great music in these sounds. And bravery.

Perched exquisitely between ambient, glitch, minimal, and experimental electronica (these days, what isn't?), some interesting tangents could be traced between this and Alva Noto & Ryuichi Sakamoto's "Vrioon" and "Insen", Eno's "Shutov Assembly", Biosphere's "Substrata", elements of Gabriel's "Long Walk Home" soundtrack and Aphex Twin's epic "Selected Ambient Works", and some faint echoes of Klaus Schulze's "Cyborg".
thepts

thepts

April 7, 2008

Thick in atmospherics from start until end, one of the best ambient albums I've heard in a long while. The sound textures and timbres have been chosen with precision, but that doesn't mean the album becomes cold and predictable. The sound is warm and analogue, and the tracks each have a unique signature. Excellent mastering work by Nordenstam.

If I can be a bit bold (and I can), I would say that Pjusk here pulls off a lot of what Biosphere in his latest albums has tried to do, but in my opinion - has kind of failed at.