Jakob Skott Vinyl, CD & tapes by Jakob Skott at Norman Records
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Recorded after the presumably rather scary experience of leaking brain fluid, here’s Causa Sui drummer and Dane Jakob Skøtt’s latest for El Paraiso. Mainly the sounds of drums and synths, it’s riffy, jazzy, groovy and electro-y with jerking polyrhythms, muscular production and a nice cover designed by the chap himself.
- Vinyl LP (EPR049LP)
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"Pleiades" sounds kind of like Sweet Child Of Mine played on a krutrocker's synth, which is a nice way of summing up the music of Jakob Skøtt, who makes exciting and silly electronic prog with synths and bombastic drum work (Skøtt's tenure in Causa Sui is evident here). It sounds like if the Nice wore sunglasses and took drugs after the show rather than before making music.
Jakob Skott drums in the Danish group Causa Sui, but also has a solo concern where he sets his drums off against his synthesiser collection. All The Colours Of The Dust is his third record of this, and is real nice and groovy, the drums and synths darting in and out of one another for a technicolour experience. On El Paraiso Records.
A fresh mango of positivity from Jakob Skott. Taurus Rising + Amor Fati is a double release from this single man project. You need to understand his love of synths, I mean, he's really, really, really into synths - and drums. Lots of major scale madness, sounding like a mix between Neu!, Holy Fuck and Lightning Bolt's more elated moments. Out on CD from El Paraiso Records.
A wild ride from Jakob Skøtt on this LP reissue from El Paraiso Records. Skøtt, the drummer of Causa Sui goes it alone on Amor Fati, but sees that as no reason to cut down on the quantity of sounds he presses into service. Lots of slithery synths all over the place. And just look at that gorgeous cover!
Jakob Skott, Rasmus Rasmussen, Jonas Munk