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Jonas Munk

Jonas Munk
Country
Denmark
Profile
Jonas Munk is a Danish guitar player and producer, member of Causa Sui.
Website
http://elparaisorecords.com/artists/jonas_munk
Related articles (7)
Releases on file (12)
Jonas Munk & Nicklas Sørensen — Always Already Here Jonas Munk & Nicklas Sørensen — Always Already Here
(El Paraiso EPR054, 2019, LP / DL)
Causa Sui — Vibraciones Doradas Causa Sui — Vibraciones Doradas
(El Paraiso EPR043, 2017, CD)
Causa Sui — Return to Sky Causa Sui — Return to Sky
(El Paraiso EPR030, 2016, CD)
Jonas Munk — Absorb / Fabric / Cascade Jonas Munk — Absorb / Fabric / Cascade
(El Paraiso EPR024, 2015, LP / DL)
Causa Sui — Live at Freak Valley Causa Sui — Live at Freak Valley
(El Paraiso EPRO17, 2014, 2CD / 2LP)
Causa Sui — Pewt'r Sessions 3 Causa Sui — Pewt'r Sessions 3
(El Paraiso EPRO19, 2014, CD / LP)
Causa Sui — Euporie Tide Causa Sui — Euporie Tide
(El Paraiso EPR013, 2013, CD & 2LP)
Jonas Munk — Pan Jonas Munk — Pan
(El Paraiso EPR009, 2012, LP / CD)
Causa Sui — Pewt'r Sessions 1 & 2 Causa Sui — Pewt'r Sessions 1 & 2
(El 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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