"With saw, violin and effect-pedals he is an important
part of that which makes Under Byen special. In the orchestra
Gröndahl is like a pendulum between courting and grating
your ears, and so it also goes on his solo effort - which
earlier served as the soundtrack for an art exhibition. And
it definitely demands more than an FM-radio listener's ear
to get something out of the 26 minutes, which mostly consists
of monotone grumbling and icebursts of glacial high pitch
tones. We are as far from the median strip of the highway
of music as it is possible."
- Cd review by Gaffa,
Denmark's biggest music magazine.
|"Starts of on a wild
free floating scree-out in the vein of Sunburned Hand
Of The Man or No Neck Blues Band, collapsing into a very
fine micro-tonal work out that's barely perceptible. Lock
up your cats and dogs as it's just about within our hearing
range. This again changes tact again to bring on the broken
guitars and low oscillating bass drones."
|Norman Records rating: 'Happy'
"It's disturbing, askew, dissonant and seems without
direction. In a way it's beautiful nonetheless when small
melodies appear in the periphery of the dominating feedback
noise. (...) An exciting insight into what Nils is messing
around with at home."
- Cd review by Geiger,
Danish music magazine.