Surreal, mysterious and poetic is how one could define the work of Danish musician and collage artist Paw Grabowski. His latest album “Without Blood The Sun Darkens” exudes feelings of the simplicity of being present, in the absence of absolute existence, pervaded by memories, moods and emotions, neither sad nor happy, fulfilled. It is about watching time, from faded memories of ones childhood to that feeling just before laying down between wanderings and stillness, looking at the darkening room just before you disperse and disappear completely into nothingness. Soothing and engulfing melodies that seems to repeat yet always evolving, a profound venture through melancholy.
Edition of 500 copies in 4 panel Digipak. 1 Track. Running Time 59:22
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Brings back a lot of personal track writing memories, does track one. Amazing music by ojerum. "Don't Worry Mother" is dark without even trying to be, the best kind of writer catharsis for an artist like ojerum. Mick Buckingham (Muttley SV)
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Hard to say if it is as good as or better than Yog-Sothoth (probably the further).
A very good back to shape album when compared to the not so good Shub-Niggurath from last year.
Listening to this feels like following a stranger in the streets who walks into places you would not expect (or want to go).
One detail I highly appreciate in this recording is the background vinyl sound effect. Forto Reibus.
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I often drive at night, and this album makes me feel like I'm on my way to the latest crime scene. Some psycho killer is on the loose, and I'm losing sleep over trying to catch him. I need this case solved! A fantastic album! Travis "Jukebox" Wickline