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Jacob Kirkegaard - Labyrinthitis (CD, Album)

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  1. Nov 03,  · Check out Labyrinthitis by Jacob Kirkegaard on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on apdodogesiseloohorgaculosi.co
  2. Label: Touch - Tone 35 • Format: CD Album, Limited Edition • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic • Style: Drone, Experimental Jacob Kirkegaard - Labyrinthitis (, CD) | Discogs Explore4/5(26).
  3. Having spent recent albums recording the sounds of the wider world to create a series of unsettled compositions, at times literally suggesting the ground shifting under one's feet, on Labyrinthitis Jacob Kirkegaard literally turns inward to record, as the liner notes describe, "vibrations in the inner ear," a self-generated audible sound from the organ of hearing itself.7/
  4. Buy Labyrinthitis by Jacob Kirkegaard on Bleep. Available on CD. Download MP3, WAV, FLAC.
  5. This is Jacob Kirkegaard 's third album for Touch, after Eldfjall () and 4 Rooms (). Born in Denmark, now living and working in Germany, Labyrinthitis was commissioned by Medical Museion in Copenhagen, summer , and was first presented at the international conference "Art and Biomedicine: Beyond the Body.".
  6. [Touch # Tone 35] CD – 1 track – Special wallet limited edition. Commissioned by Medical Museion in Copenhagen, Summer Jacob Kirkegaard has turned his ears inwards: His new work LABYRINTHITIS is an interactive sound piece that consists entirely of sounds generated in the artist’s auditory organs – and will cause audible responses in those of the audience.
  7. Labyrinthitis Jacob Kirkegaard is trying to mess with your head - specifically with your ears. This latest album from the experimental composer "consists entirely of sounds generated in the artist's auditory organs".
  8. Labyrinthitis by Jacob Kirkegaard, released 01 October 1. Labyrinthitis Commissioned by Medical Museion in Copenhagen, Summer Jacob Kirkegaard has turned his ears inwards: His new work LABYRINTHITIS is an interactive sound piece that consists entirely of sounds generated in the artist’s auditory organs – and will cause audible responses in those of the audience.

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