Category Archives: reviews
A very nice review of the exhibition can be found here.
…Moljekba Pvlse still does what he does best: creating drone like music… – frans de waard read the entire review here.
It’s a soundscape close to perfection in its precision, one that would be more at place in an art gallery or a concert rather than on a record at home. – jiituomas read the entire review here.
a metallic undercurrent that is not just deep, but chilly also at times – frans de waard read the entire review here.
…For some reason, moljebka pvlse has long had a spark about it, a small flame that scorches the ears of the listener, and any time the name is mentioned there after, it almost always sounds appealing… sage read the entire … Continue reading
there has been quite a number of skare reviews surfacing lately. the glacial movement label collects them here.
There is something very special happening in Scandinavian music lately..most of the great experimental and marginal music is coming from that area. Where once the Nordic countries failed abyssmally at conquering the international pop and indie scenes, they have more … Continue reading
the first ablum by skare is now out on glacial movements. a review by frans de waard can be found here. …some great nocturnal scary listening session. – frans de waard
“…and again this is Mathias and Karin in top shape. Starting out as tranquil field recordings with birdsong, they add high ebow drones and something that sounds like many stringed instruments being played simultaneously. After some ten minutes the track … Continue reading
john björkman told me today after our recording session at ems, that the album ghost fire made it to the kuolleen musiikin yhdistys list of the best releases of 2008. thank you guys, it means a lot to me. check … Continue reading
this is from a while back, but it is cool to see a moljebka pvlse album on someones list of favorite albums of the last five decades. the lists can be found here.
the first review of the free web release from krakow can be found here. and the release can be downloaded from audiotong.
can be found here, seems to be only in italian.
… It seems as if the Swedish have a particular flair for bleak, desolate ambient music – think of Raison d’Être, Beyond Sensory Experience and various other Cold Meat Industry bands, the quieter moments of Nordvargr, the guitar-based ambient drones … Continue reading
john björkman wrote the following about ghost fire: Personally I find this to be one Moljebka Pvlse´s most enjoyable and successful records, alongside Sadalmelik, Duhka and Dvnkl. It brings out the artists best, classical aspects – his long and minimalistic … Continue reading