Stilhedens Strømmen I Fuglenes Blod by øjeRum [KrysaliSound]


Danish collage artist & musician Paw Grabowski aka øjeRum made his first appearance on KrysaliSound with one of the standout EPs of last year, a reissue of his alternate soundtrack to Chris Marker’s 1962 time travel film La Jetée entitled He remembers there were gardens. He returns with an encore reissue of another øjeRum long form piece, albeit a more pastoral one. Stilhedens Strømmen I Fuglenes Blod is a 30-minute suite of haunting acoustic guitar motifs, gossamer textures, and percussive chimes as delicate as the hollow bones of a tiny bird.

A highly meditative piece, this is one of Grabowski’s most sparse, delicate, & beautiful works as he allows generous space around the clean guitar lines, bathing them in light filtered through the sheerest of veils. Cue the subtle chorus of birdsong in the background and we are gently transported away to an Arcadian dream…

Stilhedens Strømmen I Fuglenes Blod is available in a limited hand-made CD edition as well as digital and streaming.  The first CD edition quickly sold out, but if you act quickly you may be able to snag a copy from the second run.

LinksKrysaliSound Bandcamp (CD/DL) | øjeRum  Bandcamp (DL) | øjeRum website