SOUNDSCAPING.NET REVIEWS “SVAL”

March 21 2010

Pjusk have honed their compositional techniques and achieved once again to produce that “Pjusk sound” and more importantly, condense through revitalisation and innovation.

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First impressions are intrinsically linked to nature and grandiose ambience as the first tones of Pjusk’s new album, “Sval,” play out on my headphones. Leave the room, the natural and familiar confines of your home, town and unleash the open mind to encompass the wide expanses of Pjusk’s soundscapes. With “Sart,” Jostein Dahl Gjelsvik and Rune Andre Sagevik boldly, yet with Scandinavian modesty, entered the stage under the banner of Taylor Deupree’s 12k label, and it would be a tremendous understatement to call expectations to their follow-up anything but major. Before we proceed into the details, readers should feel reassured the wait has been well-worth it, as Pjusk have honed their compositional techniques and achieved once again to produce that “Pjusk sound” and more importantly, condense through revitalisation and innovation.

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