Causa Sui (band)

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Causa Sui
Causa Sui.jpg
Causa Sui at the Festival de Psicodelia Castell de Guadalest (2009)
Background information
OriginDenmark
GenresPsychedelic rock, stoner rock, Krautrock, improvisational rock, post-rock
Years active2005 (2005)-present
LabelsEl Paraiso Records
Websiteelparaisorecords.com/artists/causa_sui
MembersJonas Munk
Jess Kahr
Jakob Skøtt
Rasmus Rasmussen
Past membersKasper Markus

Causa Sui is a Danish instrumental psych-rock / stoner rock band composed of Jakob Skøtt, Jonas Munk, Rasmus Rasmussen and Jess Kahr.[1][2] Beginning with their eponymous debut album, the band has released twelve albums since 2005. Causa Sui's heavy sound is supplemented by abstract, instrumental and ambient styles akin to electric Miles Davis or Can, particularly on their 'Sessions' series of albums, which feature guest musicians. Other cited influences include Popul Vuh, The Allman Brothers Band, and Tame Impala.[3] Despite seldomly performing live, the band has released two live albums.[4]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

  • Causa Sui (2005)
  • Free Ride (2007)
  • Euporie Tide (2013)
  • Return To Sky (2016)
  • Vibraciones Doradas (2017)

Live albums[edit]

  • Live at Freak Valley (2014)
  • Live in Copenhagen (2017) - feat. Johan Riedenlow (sax) and Nicklas Sørensen (papir-guitar)

Sessions albums[edit]

  • Summer Sessions - Vol 1 (2008) - feat. Johan Riedenlow (sax)
  • Summer Sessions - Vol 2 (2009) - feat. Johan Riedenlow (sax)
  • Summer Sessions - Vol 3 (2009) - feat. Johan Riedenlow (sax)
  • Pewt'r Sessions 1 (2011) - feat. Ron Schneiderman
  • Pewt'r Sessions 2 (2011) - feat. Ron Schneiderman
  • Pewt'r Sessions 3 (2014) - feat. Ron Schneiderman

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Causa Sui - discography, line-up, biography, interviews, photos". www.spirit-of-rock.com. Retrieved 2015-10-18.
  2. ^ "Causa Sui | El Paraiso Records". elparaisorecords.com. Retrieved 2015-10-18.
  3. ^ "Causa Sui: Live in Copenhagen". elparaisorecords.com. Retrieved 2017-04-27.
  4. ^ "Causa Sui: Live in Copenhagen". elparaisorecords.com. Retrieved 2017-04-27.