Svarte Greiner - Knive mp3 album
|Style:||Modern Classical, Abstract, Experimental|
|Date of release:||2006|
|MP3 album size:||1200 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1850 mb|
|Digital formats:||MP1 MIDI AHX AA DXD DTS XM|
Album · 2006 · 9 Songs. Knive Svarte Greiner.
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Knive by Svarte Greiner, released 06 October 2017 1. The Boat Was My Friend 2. Ocean Out Of Wood 3. My Feet, Over There 4. Easy On The Bones 5. An Ordinary Hike 6. The Black Dress 7. Ullsokk 8. The Dining Table 9. Final Sleep 11 years since it´s inception, the surreal and darkly romantic Knive still sounds like a mystery and something that´s hard to pin down.
Svarte Greiner Berlin, Germany.
Svarte Greiner is a dark ambient project by Erik K Skodvin (full name, Erik Knive Skodvin), half of the Norwegian duo Deaf Center, formed in 2005 in Oslo, Norway. Currently lives and works in Berlin, Germany. He labels his music as "acoustic doom". He utilizes both field recordings and computer generated sounds when producing his music. The debut album, Knive, was released in 2006. His second album, Kappe, in 2009.
Svarte Greiner – Knive. This album affected me pretty heavily. It came at a very strange time during my life and I remember the first time I listened to it very well; the resonance it had with me was intense. It encapsulated every one of my emotions in its tone.
Faceless Norwegian composer Erik K. Skodvin, aka Svarte Greiner, stuffs circuit boards with ghosts. Fittingly, promo photos find him (or someone or something) in fluttering, disembodied blond Slash mode. His debut full-length, Knive, hums with a romantic, bleak, and morose melancholia- something both emotionally and sonically heavy. Skodvin, who also records as one half of Deaf Center, here makes more enigmatic tracks, the work of a lone musician at his peek-a-boo best
Why did this album come out on November 7, 2006? It should have been in the bins a month earlier, because it makes a great Halloween soundtrack. Under the alter ego Svarte Greiner, Deaf Center's Erik K. Skodvin has taken the less-lit path. Knive is a dark, disquieting, suspense-filled affair. No thundering drums, no hair-rising screams, no cheap effects; only two handfuls of simple sound sources, used with a fantastic flair for theatrical moods
|The Boat Was My Friend|
|Ocean Out Of Wood|
|My Feet, Over There|
|Easy On The Bones|
|An Ordinary Hike|
|The Black Dress|
|The Dining Table|
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|TYPE 016, TYPE016||Svarte Greiner||Knive (CD, Album, Dig)||Type, Type||TYPE 016, TYPE016||UK||2006|
|TYPE 016||Svarte Greiner||Knive (CD, Album, Promo)||Type||TYPE 016||UK||2006|
|TYPE016||Svarte Greiner||Knive (9xFile, MP3, Album, 320)||Type||TYPE016||UK||2009|
|MIALP039RE||Svarte Greiner||Knive (LP, Album, RP)||Miasmah||MIALP039RE||Germany||2017|