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Kim Hiorthøy - Dogs [Japanese Edition] (2014)
Artist: Kim Hiorthøy
Title Of Album: Dogs (Japanese Edition)
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Smalltown Supersound
Genre: Electronic, Ambient, Experimental, IDM
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 49:51 min
Total Size: 114 MB
WebSite: amazon


01. Trabit (03:03)
02. Det Olaskiga Rummet (02:36)
03. Hands (04:32)
04. You Are Song (03:00)
05. Klockan (02:09)
06. Pirate (03:16)
07. Allt Ar Skit (03:00)
08. The Woods (03:10)
09. Fun (03:01)
10. Men Jag Sov I Stallet (03:19)
11. Wrong (04:33)
12. Club Shed (03:00)
13. Make It Knocky (04:56)
14. Ship Up (03:21)
15. No No No (03:09)

Kim Hiorthøy is a very prolific artist, working in a number of fields: He's a cinematographer (notably working with Margreth Olin on her documentaries), a director of music videos (notably for Motorpsycho and Supersilent), a writer of short prose (his book 'Du kan ikke svikte din beste venn og bli god til å synge samtidig' was published in 2002), an illustrator and graphic designer whose credits include the entire output of Norwegian record label Rune Grammofon, the majority of Motorpsycho and Jaga Jazzist's releases, a few film posters and a number of children's and other books. In addition to this, he's a composer and performer of quirky electronic music. He started making field recordings while an art student in the mid-nineties, later experimenting with a drum machine. After contributing a track to an Xart-sampler, he started releasing music on the Smalltown Supersound label, gathering praise from critics both at home and abroad. His debut Hei was accompanied by the Torture Happiness single, which allegedly inspired John Peel to write him a letter of thanks. Several EPs and a compilation of b-sides, remixes etc, appropriately titled Melke (vb: to milk) followed before the audience pleaser For the Ladies arrived in 2004. In between all his other projects, a new album has been promised for 2006.

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