The Moljebka Pvlse album Zojo was recorded during the Mathias studies at the Royal Institute of Art. He was inspired by the longest night of the year in Stockholm, the day when there is almost no daylight. His ambition was to make an acoustic album of minimal music without any musical instruments. Moljebka Pvlse setup long nylon strings across his entire studio at school, which he then plucked and bowed and recorded with his favorite contact microphones on that very night. These recordings became the fundament of the album and set the tone for the rest of the work. Moljebka Pvlse are very grateful for the contribution by the Japanese artist Michiko Kashiba on this album.
supported by 4 fans who also own “Moljebka Pvlse "Zojo" Digipack CD | Digital (grey008)”
Ominous in mood and striking in it's execution, "The Architects" is a fantastic release by Randal Collier-Ford that fully displays the depth of his talent and the scope of his vision.
An excellent collection of finely detailed and textured work that thoroughly engages, "The Architects" inspires repeated listens and deeper immersion by the listener, offering greater rewards the further you dive into it. rikm
If Disambiguation isn’t the gothic ambient album of the summer, it’s certainly the ideal soundtrack for sunbathing alone on a float at an abandoned community pool. Bandcamp Album of the Day Jul 12, 2018