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Thanks for Scaffolding by Daniel Munkus, released 01 July 2012 1. Thanks for Scaffolding Experiment in sound design using variable response processes. arrangement and engineering: Daniel Munkus violin: Heather Sommerlad voice: Michael Chinworth. album art: Daniel Munkus and Jessica Glazer.
Daniel Munkus is a musician and interdisciplinary artist currently living and working in Brooklyn, New York. He splits his time between songwriting, recording, and composing electronic music. His song writing collaborative is here: ww. ldrobes. com He is a part of The Night Bears which can be found here: ww. ightbears. Two voices working in melodic harmonic non-sardonic parallelism. Soft Wings by Anawan. Many singers working many wonders many ways. If you like It Wails High, you may also like: In Another Life by Sandro Perri. featured on Bandcamp Weekly Aug 14, 2018. Hieratic Teen by Vapor Lanes.
Daniel Munkus is a singer songwriter hailing from the Bay Area, California. Educated in fine arts at UC Berkeley, and mentored in music composition by San Francisco based composer Kurt Erickson, his life is actively centered around the creative arts. His musical expression is unique in its unmistakable directness and austerity, and his sound certainly leaves enough leg room for the listener’s imagination to fill in the gaps.
Daniel Munkus is a singer, musical nomad, interdisciplinary artist, one-third of the chamber folk band Old Robes, and a Subtle Soup Records operative.
John JA Jannone + Daniel Munkus + Sophia Remolde Super/Spirit Heroes masquerading as NYC-based. A new animated music video for the band Old Robes (Daniel Munkus, Heather Sommerlad, and Rachel Epp) from their forthcoming album The Spider and the Spectator on Subtle Soup Records. org. inv. ers-ourselves. Our Computers, Ourselves. Are computers changing human character?