Grykë Pyje
Squirlich Stroll

25,00

in stock

about the record

Maintaining the fabled tone of Grykë Pyje's debut release on mappa, Jani Hirvonen (Uton) and Johannes Schebler (Baldruin) dig deeper into the sonic vein of myth and fabric of yonder. The music in Squirlich Stroll unravels as a yarn brought back from a wild voyage.


The sonic language and diction employed in Squirlich Stroll are crystal clear. Sounds are sharp and pure. Growls, howls, shrieks, tingles, rattles, moans, excretions and even hymns sung by landscape and creatures alike do not run over each other. There is no chaos, but ambience and cohabitation. The duo masters dramaturgy, providing every voice with focused turns and character, guarding their parley with caution and care, convoking them mainly through soothing synth melodies that enable an analgesic, sedative mood. Clusters of sounds gathered are articulated through the album with the inherent luminosity and required stability to accomplish what peaks in, as the title of the final track reads, a new dawn.


  1. 1 - Through the Timehole 1:57
  2. 2 - Distant Reflections 2:43
  3. 3 - Tribal Call 1:33
  4. 4 - The Turning Point 3:20
  5. 5 - Mutated Perception 2:44
  6. 6 - Untrodden Pesonance 1:25
  7. 7 - Elemental Waveshore 1:29
  8. 8 - Glittering Embalming 3:15
  9. 9 - Squirlich Stroll 2:05
  10. 10 - Return of the Mystic Channeler 2:50
  11. 11 - Chosen Ones 1:55
  12. 12 - The Field of Draflinis 2:56
  13. 13 - Forgotten Valley 2:06
  14. 14 - Cavern of Morphing Stones 2:00
  15. 15 - Hovering Over the Magnetic Ground 1:58
  16. 16 - New Dawn - Return 3:22

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Grykë Pyje
Squirlich Stroll

25,00

in stock

  1. 1 - Through the Timehole 1:57
  2. 2 - Distant Reflections 2:43
  3. 3 - Tribal Call 1:33
  4. 4 - The Turning Point 3:20
  5. 5 - Mutated Perception 2:44
  6. 6 - Untrodden Pesonance 1:25
  7. 7 - Elemental Waveshore 1:29
  8. 8 - Glittering Embalming 3:15
  9. 9 - Squirlich Stroll 2:05
  10. 10 - Return of the Mystic Channeler 2:50
  11. 11 - Chosen Ones 1:55
  12. 12 - The Field of Draflinis 2:56
  13. 13 - Forgotten Valley 2:06
  14. 14 - Cavern of Morphing Stones 2:00
  15. 15 - Hovering Over the Magnetic Ground 1:58
  16. 16 - New Dawn - Return 3:22

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Copy and paste this code to your site to embed.

about the record

Maintaining the fabled tone of Grykë Pyje's debut release on mappa, Jani Hirvonen (Uton) and Johannes Schebler (Baldruin) dig deeper into the sonic vein of myth and fabric of yonder. The music in Squirlich Stroll unravels as a yarn brought back from a wild voyage.


The sonic language and diction employed in Squirlich Stroll are crystal clear. Sounds are sharp and pure. Growls, howls, shrieks, tingles, rattles, moans, excretions and even hymns sung by landscape and creatures alike do not run over each other. There is no chaos, but ambience and cohabitation. The duo masters dramaturgy, providing every voice with focused turns and character, guarding their parley with caution and care, convoking them mainly through soothing synth melodies that enable an analgesic, sedative mood. Clusters of sounds gathered are articulated through the album with the inherent luminosity and required stability to accomplish what peaks in, as the title of the final track reads, a new dawn.


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