Ambient project from Norway.

Pjusk Discography


12K1042 Pjusk Sart (Album) 12k 12K1042 US 2007 Sell This Version
12K1059 Pjusk Sval (Album) 12k 12K1059 US 2010 Sell This Version
GM0013 Pjusk Tele(CD, Album) Glacial Movements Records GM0013 Italy 2012 Sell This Version
12k1081 Pjusk Solstøv (Album) 12k 12k1081 US 2014 Sell This Version
DR-21 Pjusk / Sleep Orchestra Pjusk / Sleep Orchestra - Drowning In The Sky (Album) Dronarivm DR-21 Russia 2014 Sell This Version


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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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