Dr. Shinto

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Dr. Shinto
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Damien Shinto
Background information
Origin Nuuk, Greenland
Genres Alternative
Years active 1968–present
Labels Celestial Art Enterprise
King ink Publishing
Low Frequency Hypnosis Productions
Debris
Associated acts Dr. Shinto
Daniel Watson
Website Dr. Shinto

Damien Shinto (Dr. Shinto) is a psychiatrist, musician, film director and multi-artist from Greenland. He has released music films and books in collaboration with artists, writers and actors like Raymond Watts (PIG), Cora Watson (Swedish Actor) and Daniel Watson (Writer).

In 2010 he contributed with music(together with Raymond Watts), art and text to the project "Mellan Rummen" (A book, art and music project).

2011 he released the album "A Sonic Lobotomy" with collaborations from Motoko Ishii, Sophie Rimheden and Nux Vomica among others. With Music Videos directed by Motoko Ishii, Nick Zedd and others.

In October 2011, the EP "Ice Block Therapy Sessions #1" was released as he signed to a new Label (Low Frequency Hypnosis Productions) and also announced that he would feature his own TV-Show "A Magical Evening With Dr. Shinto".

July 2012 a new album was released together with Andreas Usenbenz under the name "Psychopatia Sexualis".

In March Dr. Shinto announced through his website that he is going to release a new album spring 2014 called .Solipsism along with an international tour with the NYC based band Sonar 3LiPs3.

Discography (partial)[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

EPs[edit]

Singles[edit]

Collaborations[edit]

  • Psychopatia Sexualis (2012) – 5 Tracks with Andreas Usenbenz. (Low Frequency Hypnosis Productions)

Music videos[edit]

  • Extractions 2:Self Subject Release:Datura (2010)
  • Extractions 2:Self Subject Release:Would you like to talk? (2010)
  • Extractions 2:Self Subject Release:Conversation (2010)
  • Extractions 2:Self Subject Release:Refusal (2010)
  • Intermission:Regression (2010)
  • Intermission:The Rite (2010)
  • Intermission:I am Dr. Shinto (2010)
  • A Sonic Lobotomy:Gruntland (2011)-Video by Motoko Ishii
  • A Sonic Lobotomy:Infatuation Frustration (2011)-Video by Nick Zedd
  • A Sonic Lobotomy:Under Seduction (Version) (2011)
  • Old Shadows Will Always Find You (2011)-Video By Daniel Watson
  • A Small Miracle Gone Bad (2012)-Video By Daniel Watson

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