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Format: CD
Label & Cat.Number: Fifth Week
Release Year: 2006
Note: ed. of 500 oversized silkscreen-cover
Price (incl. 19% VAT): €13.00

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Beim bereits siebten M.P.-Album arbeitet MATHIAS JOSEFSON mit der Sngerin & Schlagzeugerin (von LES ISSAMBRES) KARIN JACOBSON zusammen.... DVNKL ist ein berauschender Drone-Epos, trance-induzierende Rausch- & Fieldrecording-Flchen erscheinen, die Stimme von Karin wird als helles Pfeifen & Atmen und murmelnde Klangfelder hrbar.... intelligent & experimental based dark ambience!

Not all of the previous releases by Mathias Josefsons project Moljebka Pvlse have been reviewed in Vital Weekly, but some made their way. His works were previously released on Cold Meat Industry, Segerhuva, Mystery Sea and Fin de Siecle and now on the unknown label Fifth Week. For 'Dvnkl', his seventh release, Josefson works with Karin Jacobson, singer of Les Issambres, but I must admit that I read this in the press blurb, since the voice is as much twisted around, and placed upside down inside out, as the field recordings that form the usual basis of this music, that it is hard to recognize as a voice. Sometimes the looped voice is to be recognized, speaking, humming or just producing sound, but it's never made easy. Moljebka Pvlse plays music that is best categorized as dark ambient, but the element field recording becomes more and more a clear thing, just as with the elsewhere mentioned new Paul Bradley. The original sources are not easy to recognize, but there is a very good element of darkness involved - the ongoing feature in the music of Moljebka Pvlse I guess. 'Dvnkl' somewhat sidesteps the previous work, being the collaboration with vocal related material, but on the other hand it entirely fits the Moljebka Pvlse sound perfectly. This is indeed another fine work. [FdW / Vital Weekly]