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Causa Sui

Causa Sui
Country
Denmark
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Causa Sui is a Danish band featuring Jakob Skøtt (drums, electronics), Jonas Munk (guitar, electronics), Rasmus Rasmussen (drums, electronics), and Jess Kahr (bass). The band formed in 2005, originally including Kasper Markus (vocals), and has been recording prolifically since.
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http://www.causasui.com
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Releases on file (9)
Causa Sui — Vibraciones Doradas Causa Sui — Vibraciones Doradas
(El Paraiso EPR043CD, 2017, CD)
Causa Sui — Return To Sky Causa Sui — Return To Sky
(El Paraiso EPR030CD, 2016, CD)
Causa Sui — Live at Freak Valley Causa Sui — Live at Freak Valley
(Paraiso EPRO17CD, 2014, 2CD / 2LP)
Causa Sui — Pewt'r Sessions 3 Causa Sui — Pewt'r Sessions 3
(Paraiso EPRO19, 2014, CD / LP)
Causa Sui — Euporie Tide Causa Sui — Euporie Tide
(Paraiso EPR013, 2013, CD & 2LP)
Causa Sui — Pewt'r Sessions 1 & 2 Causa Sui — Pewt'r Sessions 1 & 2
(Paraiso EPR008, 2012, 2LP / 2CD)
Causa Sui — Summer Sessions Causa Sui — Summer Sessions
(Elektrohasch 139, 2010, 3LP / 3 CD)
Causa Sui — Free Ride Causa Sui — Free Ride
(Elektrohasch EH122, 2007, CD)
Causa Sui — Causa Sui Causa Sui — Causa Sui
(Nasoni NASONI047, 2005, CD)

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