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Eyvind Kang

Eyvind Kang
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Eyvind Kang has played viola with different bands like Bill Frisell, Mr. Bungle, Secret Chiefs 3, and has created string arrangements for artists like Laurie Anderson, Blonde Redhead, Laura Veirs, The Stares, and many more. Kang's music, including all of his seven previous CDs, are mostly about the thought of music, the idea you get when you think of a sound which triggers a memory, for example which makes you feel a certain way.
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Midday Veil — This Current Midday Veil — This Current
(Beyond Is Beyond BBIBR022, 2015, CD)
Secret Chiefs 3 — Book of Souls: Folio A Secret Chiefs 3 — Book of Souls: Folio A
(Web of Mimicry WOM 043, 2013, CD)
Sun City Girls — Funeral Mariachi Sun City Girls — Funeral Mariachi
(Abduction ABDT045, 2010, CD)
Laurie Anderson — Homeland Laurie Anderson — Homeland
(Nonesuch 524055-2, 2010, CD+DVD)
Secret Chiefs 3 — Satellite Supersonic Vol. 1 Secret Chiefs 3 — Satellite Supersonic Vol. 1
(Web of Mimicry WoM 039, 2010, CD)
Sunn O))) — Monoliths & Dimensions Sunn O))) — Monoliths & Dimensions
(Southern Lord sunn100, 2009, CD)
Sunn O))) & Boris — Altar Sunn O))) & Boris — Altar
(Southern Lord sunn62, 2006, 2CD)
Secret Chiefs 3 — Book of Horizons Secret Chiefs 3 — Book of Horizons
(Web of Mimicry WoM 014, 2004, CD)
Critters Buggin — Stampede Critters Buggin — Stampede
(Ropeadope RAD0504, 2004, CD)
Master Musicians of Bukkake — The Visible Sign of the Invisible Order Master Musicians of Bukkake — The Visible Sign of the Invisible Order
(Abduction ABDT029, 2004, CD)
Wayne Horvitz — Film Music 1998-2001 Wayne Horvitz — Film Music 1998-2001
(Tzadik TZ 7514, 2002, CD)
Secret Chiefs 3 — Book M Secret Chiefs 3 — Book M
(Web of Mimicry Wom 006, 2001, CD)
Laurie Anderson — Life on a String Laurie Anderson — Life on a String
(Nonesuch 795392-2, 2001, CD)
Wayne Horvitz — 4 + 1 Ensemble Wayne Horvitz — 4 + 1 Ensemble
(Intuition Records INT 3224-2, 1998, CD)
Death Praxis — Mystery Death Praxis — Mystery
(Tzadik TZ 7217, 1998, CD)
Secret Chiefs 3 — Hurqalya (Second Grand Constitution and Bylaws) Secret Chiefs 3 — Hurqalya (Second Grand Constitution and Bylaws)
(Web of Mimicry WoM 004, 1997/2000, CD)

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