Reviews






#5 on “The Guardian´s Top 10 Best Contemporary Albums of 2018”

John Lewis (The Guardian)


“A shimmering, nocturnal masterpiece”

Wyndham Wallace (Music Week)


Part of “XLR8R´s Best of 2018”
“Sonically, it´s dreamlike, darkly beautiful but ultimately empowering”

XLR8R


“Beautiful, incredibly tranquil…”

Robin Murray (Clash Magazine)


“Stands as one of this years finest ambient releases”

The Ransom Note


“Sombre but never melancholy, ambient in tone but possessed with a gentle power, the likes of “Paramount” and “Neurons” sketch lines between the modern chamber music of Ólafur Arnalds and the collapsed-star ambience of early Tangerine Dream”

Louis Pattison (Uncut)


“One of 2018´s most ambitious and moving ambient records”

Self Centered


“A feeling of intelligent tranquility”

A Closer Listen


“...it rises head and shoulders above its contemporaries... the emotions and musical colours here are complex and unusual. For all its seriousness and darkness, this is entirely pleasurable”

Joe Muggs (Mixmag)


“As The Fifty Eleven Project reaches the salvific end of Bjørke’s story so beautiful has been the experience that your own burdens evaporate”

Paul Clarke (DJ Mag)


Part of i-D Magazine´s “8 records you should´ve listened to this year but propably didn´t”
“A lot of love was funnelled into this one”

Frankie Dunn (i-D)


“Meditations on mortality that will undo fans of Frahm/Richter et al”

Tony Naylor


“An epic yet very intimate musical document that works impressively well on an emotional and musical level. It´s a musical experience you should not miss at all ”

Normal Fleischer (Nothing But Hope And Passion)


#4 Top 10 Albums 2018

Masa (KEXP)


“...contains moments so exquisite they almost take your breath away... the whole album is divine... and LP to cherish and to love”

John Bittles (Titel Kulturmagazin)















KASPER BJØRKE
kasperbjorke.com         Copenhagen, Denmark. 2018.