Ambient project from Norway.


Pjusk - Sart album art Pjusk Sart (Album) 12k US 2007 Sell This Version
Pjusk - Sval album art Pjusk Sval (Album) 12k US 2010 Sell This Version
GM0013 Pjusk - Tele album art Pjusk Tele(CD, Album) Glacial Movements Records GM0013 Italy 2012 Sell This Version
Pjusk - Solstøv album art Pjusk Solstøv (Album) 12k US 2014 Sell This Version
Pjusk - Drowning In The Sky album art Pjusk / Sleep Orchestra Pjusk / Sleep Orchestra - Drowning In The Sky (Album) Dronarivm Russia 2014 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

none Pjusk - Shibuya album art Pjusk Shibuya(3xFile, MP3, EP, 320) Not On Label (Pjusk Self-released) none Norway 2016
none Pjusk - Syklus album art Pjusk Syklus(3xFile, MP3, EP, 320) Not On Label (Pjusk Self-released) none Norway 2016
none Pjusk - Sakne Verda album art Pjusk Sakne Verda(3xFile, MP3, EP, 320) Not On Label (Pjusk Self-released) none Norway 2018


none Pjusk - Vals album art Pjusk Vals(2xFile, FLAC) Not On Label (Pjusk Self-released) none Norway 2016


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September 10, 2007
Sart is special because it doesn’t sound like music as much as a naturally occurring phenomena. To listen to it is almost as if you’ve walked into a dimly lit environment, there is a low rhythmic pulsing from the floor, and the walls are bristling with a texture, ornate, baroque tendrils, but just barely.

I truly enjoy music that does not evoke the image of a musician composing, but seems to exist as a living, breathing entity to be encountered and experienced. Sart evokes this for me, the sound of an atmosphere, ambient in the truest sense.

If comparisons are necessary, I can imagine Sart alongside Biosphere’s more cinematic works, Cirque and Shenzou. Vladislav Delay could also provide a useful point of reference with his ability to slip between fore ground and back by juxtaposing sleek, streamlined textures with barely there tones and melody.

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