Short three-track collaboration EP from Pjusk, and new albums by Nadia Struiwigh and Sonae exploring the uncharted terrain between abstract electronica and techno.
Killing Ghosts with James Murray, Observing the Continental Ruins with Multicast Dynamics, and Pjusk inviting some friends for Syklus.
Not counting their recent collaboration “Drowning in the Sky“, with Sleep Orchestra, “Solstøv” is Pjusk’s fourth release – and their third for the 12K label.
Since their debut in 2007, the Norwegian duo (Jostein Dahl Gjelsvik and Rune Andre Sagevik) have built themselves quite an impressive reputation.
With “Solstøv”, (Sol – Sun / Støv – Dust) they don’t disappoint – to say the least!
RICHARD CHARTIER – SUBSEQUENT MATERIALS (2006 – 2012)
Where most releases nowadays are focussed on a physical release on a vinyl album and thus do not cross the 40 minute mark, Richard Chartier chooses a different approach and squeezes the most out of the possibilities of a digital release: Subsequent Materials (2006 – 2012) offers no less than three hours of his characteristic electronic music.
With previous releases by Rapoon, Lull, Skare, Bvdub, Loscil and Stormloop, the Glacialmovements label (founded by Alessandro Tedeschi) has become a sort of quality trademark in itself. A trademark for“glacial and isolationist ambient”.
Pjusk‘s “Tele“, the label’s latest release, firmly establishes this reputation.
For non-norwegians, “Tele” may not have the right associations: it is the Norwegian wordt describing frozen underground water.
“Tele is a journey of snow, ice and cold.”
…and the beauty within, I might add.