Grykë Pyje is a child of a collaboration between Jani Hirvonen (Uton) and Johannes Schebler (Baldruin). This Finnish-German creature is a strange and wonderful one, constantly flickering and blinking with disorienting lights and patterns, creating a strange soundworld closer to the pulsing trippertronics of Astral Social Club than the strange folk sensitivity of both Uton and Baldruin.
Fragments of High Sensitivity is an utterly weird electronic affair, briging together the elements of drone, ambient, psychedelia and all sorts of sound/recorded sounds processed beyond all recognition in an attempt to create a totally alien soundworld, like a visitor from another galaxy landing in the middle of wild German/Finnish woodlands and slowly exploring all plants and animals with extreme caution. Really, really strange, but recommended!
"The title of the record combined with the organic paraphernalia may provoke the image of a „touch me not“, a sensitive plant. That's a bit misleading since Grykë Pyje, the duo of Jani Hirvonen (Uton) and Johannes Schebler (Baldruin), are not exactly fussy when it comes to bustle around with a lot of stuff - sometimes not exactly musical instruments. Together they built a soundworld as colorful and detailed as a field of flowers in the summer. On first sight one may be overwhelmed by the vast amount of impressions but the more time one takes the more detail can be experienced. So, enter the world of Grykë Pyje, get lost in a lovely and psychedelic pasture, but be careful: don't step on the daisies!" - Holger Adam