About SGR
SØS Gunver Ryberg is a Danish composer and sound artist working in electronic music. She has a broad performance and production background: live music performances, multichannel recording, multi channel installation, multi channel live performances, exhibition works, commissioned productions, dance/performance art, video game music and sound design, studio work, releases, remixes, compositions for theatre, 3D audio walks, art films.

Bonus Track added to the release on AD 93 - Video by Push 1 stop

Video: Push 1 stop (push1stop.com/)
Mastering: Joel Krozer, Six Bit Deep ///Video is commissioned by Strøm for Strøm Festival 2020 and Danish Art Council.

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Release on Avian 2019_vinyl/digital

ALBUM of the month (August) in MIXMAG with a review – 9/10

“This is powerful and sublime”

 REVIEW Resident Advisor – 4.1/5  https://www.residentadvisor.net/reviews/23938

“Experimental techno at its most forceful and refined.”

“It’s an immersive piece of music from one of contemporary techno’s most adventurous producers.

It’s her most varied release so far, and apart from her contribution to a split EP on Paula Temple’s Noise Manifesto it includes her most open embrace of conventional techno. There are tracks that distill perfectly the sound of her live sets at their most approachable and kinetic. “Palacelike Timescale Of Black” and “Levitation” combine twitchy, excitable rhythms with dub techno haze and drones. It’s a rare example of Ryberg allowing dance music sensibilities to overshadow her experimental tendencies, and it sounds great.

Beneath the album’s harsh noise and unrelenting tension is a refined and carefully considered approach. “Trispider” is Ryberg at her most terrifying and unhinged. But the subdued, gorgeous ambience of tracks like “The Presence_Eurydike” shows an ability to use silence and empty space just as effectively as noise and claustrophobia. One of the impressive things about AFTRYK, her first solo release, was the way Ryberg sustained tension, never letting it break or subside. A keen sense of pacing and progression allows her to do this. Here she applies this same skill to ambient works and more melodic tracks like “Magnetic Force,” introducing restraint and sensitivity without compromising on drama.”

“…Ryberg doesn’t need to rely on volume and bass vibration to elicit physical response. At different points Entangled manages to be hair-raising, punishing and caressing.”

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