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In the late summer of 2004, CAUSA SUI were formed with four players, each of whom had gained his enough experience in his own hardcore metal band. With cringing at Danish pop music scene in those days, they all groped for playing progressive and experimental music, and conclusively found they should play heavy psychedelic and stoner rock they had never lost the desire to make their style with.

CAUSA SUI, getting started as a four-piece band, produced their eponymous debut album through the summer of 2005 with 100 demo tracks and Nasomi Records gave the green light for releasing it in December of the same year. Their musical style is influenced by not only psychedelic rock or Krautrock, but also 60s rock, blues, or 70s heavy metal, etc. etc.

After releasing their second album 'Free Ride' for various reasons CAUSA SUI got to be a trio consisting of Jakob Skøtt (drums and percussion), Jess Kahr (bass) and Jonas Munk (guitars, keyboards, electronics and vocals) - in spite of the musicians decreased, CAUSA SUI now can keep their motivation and activity with giving some gigs and releasing some session albums.

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Live at Freak ValleyLive at Freak Valley
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Pewt'r Sessions 1-2Pewt'r Sessions 1-2
El Paraiso Records 2014
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3.33 | 18 ratings
Causa Sui
2005
3.58 | 22 ratings
Free Ride
2007
4.01 | 44 ratings
Summer Sessions Vol. 1
2008
3.84 | 29 ratings
Summer Sessions Vol. 2
2009
4.00 | 43 ratings
Summer Sessions Vol. 3
2009
3.67 | 12 ratings
Pewt'r Sessions 1
2011
3.86 | 14 ratings
Pewt'r Sessions 2
2011
3.99 | 47 ratings
Euporie Tide
2013
2.88 | 7 ratings
Pewt'r Sessions 3
2014
3.46 | 13 ratings
Return To Sky
2016

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4.50 | 4 ratings
Summer Sessions Vol 1-3
2010
4.00 | 3 ratings
Pewt'r Sessions 1-2
2012

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 Return To Sky by CAUSA SUI album cover Studio Album, 2016
3.46 | 13 ratings

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Return To Sky
Causa Sui Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by Tapfret
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3 stars On first impression Return to Sky is one of those albums that I found myself really enjoying, but had a hard time with considering this as a "progressive album of the year" candidate. Primarily because the feeling I got from the album was that of a desert / Stoner Rock album. Particularly with the parallels I found between this album and Kyuss' Welcome to Sky Valley, a name that is strikingly samiliar. And it's not just the name itself that conjures this feeling. The very moment the sludgy, occasionally phasered, Proto-metal guitars start in the image of that early-nineties-retrograde approach sets in. But several listens drove home the expanses of undistorted psychedelic ambiance (quite a bit more reverb use),  use of keys, more non-power chord guitar work and the fact that it's an instrumental album. These originally seemed like minor differences to my ear but ultimately gave the album a more individual texture without disarming that raw intensity that caused me to draw those original comparisons. In fact, Return to Sky comes close at times, but does not fall into the structurally ambiguous "jam band" trap I find detracts me from enjoying many artists in the psychedelic/space rock sub-genre. And whether the aforementioned similarities I hear to Kyuss are homage or just coincidence does not make the album less enjoyable. Much like the similarities to Black Sabbath make Kyuss less enjoyable.

I very much enjoy listening to Return to Sky . Though I would stop short of calling it an excellent addition to any prog rock music collection. I very rarely (almost never) say this, but I believe this is the type of album that would definitely benefit from vocals. Good album, 3 stars.

 Return To Sky by CAUSA SUI album cover Studio Album, 2016
3.46 | 13 ratings

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Return To Sky
Causa Sui Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by restless_slacker

4 stars I've been following this band for a few years (since their Summer Sessions), and each subsequent release gets better and better. Causa Sui's music is a jammy kind of space-rock that owes equal debt to Grateful Dead's Dark Star and Pink Floyd's Echoes. Songs on the aforementioned Summer Sessions recording were unafraid to stretch out to 20 minutes or more. Here, on Return to Sky, the main thing that strikes the listener is how condensed the music has become. The entire album is a mere forty-five minutes which fits very comfortably on a single LP. It consists of 5 tracks each averaging about 9 minutes. This pattern of slimming down is carried on throughout the tunes themselves, as each song is a tightly constructed journey. However, the path is far from linear as each song travels through a number of different soundscapes from Hawkwindish hard riffing to jazz-inflected float-y soundscapes reminiscent of Jimi Hendrix's spaced out passages on 1983/Moon Turn the Tides. All of which Causa Sui had previously demonstrated their capability at doing on previous releases. On Return to Sky, however, all of the band's qualities get distilled into a powerful offering with little in the way of fat. I'd highly recommend this release for fans of Spacerock.
 Euporie Tide by CAUSA SUI album cover Studio Album, 2013
3.99 | 47 ratings

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Euporie Tide
Causa Sui Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by Mellotron Storm
Prog Reviewer

4 stars CAUSA SUI are a Psychedelic band out of Denmark, yes the same country that brought us our own Guldbamsen. There's very little information that comes with this cd, not even what instruments the guys play but I like the cover art.

I was taken aback when I first heard the first song "Homage" as I wasn't expecting something so heavy. It starts out fairly subdued but that changes quickly as this heavy duty soundscape takes over reminding me of THE SMASHING PUMPKINS at their heaviest or the Dutch band 35007's "Liquid" recording. "The Juice" opens with electronics coming and going then a full sound kicks in. It does settle back but not for long as contrasts continue. The guitar is grinding it out before 3 minutes then he's ripping it up after 4 minutes as the drums pound away. I love when it settles down before 5 minutes, beautiful. "Echo Springs" has this beat with bass and guitar as background organ and electronics help out. A pleasant and enjoyable song. "Boozehound" is the only song I can't get into at all. I just don't like the rhythm or flavour of it. Sure it's catchy but i'm not a fan.

"Mireille" becomes fairly uptempo with busy drums and intricate guitar. The guitar turns powerful 2 1/2 minutes in. It settles back to that earlier sound after 4 minutes. I get a kick out of how busy the drummer is on this track even during the more laid back passages. "Fichelscher Sun" is a short piece with intricate guitar expressions as another guitar is strummed. "Ju-Ju Blues" is my favourite track on here. The guitar and especially the organ sounds are so uplifting to me. A sudden change after 1 1/2 minutes as it all turns powerful including some killer guitar before 3 minutes that lights it up until around 5 1/2 minutes when the song returns to that earlier sound. Nice. "Sota El Cel" is a short atmospheric piece that builds then settles back late. It almost sounds like mellotron here. "Euporie" is my second favourite tune. Spacey sounds echo before it quickly kicks into gear. Love the tone of the guitar here as it also seems to echo. It does settle back but then kicks back in a minute later. Another calm before 5 minutes as this song continues to shift. It turns pretty heavy before 6 minutes and the guitar starts to solo over top at 7 minutes. Another spacey calm a minute later but then it ends heavily. What a ride. "Eternal Flow" is the chilled out finale. A laid back and drifting track with percussion, guitar and keys standing out as it changes slightly along the way. An almost dead calm 8 minutes in to the end.

The album came in like a lion but went out like a lamb. 4 stars for this psychedelic offering from Denmark.

 Pewt'r Sessions 3 by CAUSA SUI album cover Studio Album, 2014
2.88 | 7 ratings

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Pewt'r Sessions 3
Causa Sui Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by DrömmarenAdrian

2 stars Here's my second Causa Sui review. Causa Sui is a Danish psychedelic band which has done nine studio albums in nine years so I consider them productive. But during three of these years they didn't release anything.

Perhaps a year ago I listened to Euporie Tide and really liked what I heard, I found that it was intelligent music. Their ninth record "Pewt'r Sessions 3" from 2014 though didn't caught me in the same way. I like the retro styled cover, the colours and the feelings you get when you see it. I also like how the music goes, the feelings and the mentality it seems to be sprung from. Causa Sui is Jonas Munk on guitar, keyboards and electronics, Jess Kahr on bass and Jakob Skött on drums and percussion. A co-musician is Ron Schneiderman on guitar. The record was released a month ago.

Three songs take up this record and they are quite similar. A massive wall of sounds that goes around and around and nothing really new happens. It sounds that is is a lot of improvisation with guitar themes that are being constructed during playing. It is quite artistic when they are trying to explore their feelings trough the music rather than give us melodies, riffs and choruses. Though must I say it is too monotonic for me. I want things to happen and I miss melodies and structures here. I don't think it sounds bad and I like what I hear, but then 5 minutes would be enough, not fourty. But I am sure there are people out there who would love this. For me, it was a little disappointment from their last recording which I liked. I will give "Pewt'r Sessions 3" two stars.

 Euporie Tide by CAUSA SUI album cover Studio Album, 2013
3.99 | 47 ratings

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Euporie Tide
Causa Sui Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by DrömmarenAdrian

4 stars Heavy music from Denmark arrives!

Here in Sweden, we had a (kind of) psychedelic rock band called "Träd, gräs och stenar". I like their heavyness and their ambling swing but I find the music too monotonous and amateurish. This record has the same heavyness and the same wandering rocking but also professionality and amazing details to enjoy.

Causa Sui was formed 2004 and has until now released eight records and this is the last one, yet not reviewed. A simpe but strong artwork gives the first impression. The members of Causa Sui are Jonas Munk(guitars, keyboards and electronics), Jess Kahr(bass) and Jakob Skött(drums and percussion). Unfortunately there's no singing here, I would have loved that.

I would call this an even record. The particular sound could be heard over the whole record and we hear both melodical and more atmospheric pieces. My favourite is the first one: "Homage" which is an explosion of musical power. Causa Sui contains gigantic organ sounds and pure psychedelic rock. "Boozehound" is also a marvolous track where a specific theme returns some times and "Mireille" is the album's second best, where I think you'd hear the clearest melody, still in the heavy groove. "Ju-ju Blues" is also worth mentioning such as the title track "Euporie" which is more monotonous but still a soundscape with perfection.

What I like with this record "Euporie Tide" by Causa Sui is that it feels very real. There's no modern pop rhytms or artificial crap but just amazing rock. I really miss some form of vocals but still very good music. Recommended!

 Summer Sessions Vol. 3 by CAUSA SUI album cover Studio Album, 2009
4.00 | 43 ratings

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Summer Sessions Vol. 3
Causa Sui Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by Warthur
Prog Reviewer

3 stars Causa Sui make a case for their status as the Kyuss of Denmark with the third volume of their Summer Sessions releases. This series of albums consists of instrumental material culled from the band's jam sessions, which run the gamut from airy spacey psychedelic drifting to crunchy stoner rock. This time around, the album tends to err towards the spacier end of the group's sound except for on Red Valley, which essentially a Kyuss pastiche (right down to the name being a mashup of elements from Blues For the Red Sun and Welcome to Sky Valley). Enjoyable, but I can't say it's essential listening.
 Summer Sessions Vol. 3 by CAUSA SUI album cover Studio Album, 2009
4.00 | 43 ratings

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Summer Sessions Vol. 3
Causa Sui Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by Johny Sartre

5 stars The Summer Sessions are a set of three instrumental albums recorded in jamming sessions, although sometimes the music seems quite structured. The previous volumes are very good and worth listening(I rated them 4 stars), being the first a more spacey album and the second a heavier stoner rock complemented by a great saxophone playing, making it more jazzy. However Vol. 3 is a truly masterpiece of progressive and psychedelic music. Its the perfect closer to the Summer Sessions. If you are a fan of psychedelic and space rock it's impossible not liking it. The only downside of this album is that its too short. Only 33 minutes of such good music leaves you wanting much more. I almost rated it 4 stars because of that, but in the end I surrendered to it's geniality.

The album opens with "Eugenie". It starts with a spacey eguitar riff and develops with background keyboard and saxophone playing. The stoner rock guitar combines perfectly with the sax and the song ends with a great heavy guitar riff that accelerates with the bass and the drum while the sax keep soloing. Amazing song.

In "Red Valley" the sax and the keyboards go out and the show is left to the guitars. It also starts with a spacey guitar riff that suddenly turns with one guitar playing hard/stoner rock and the other soloing, sometimes with an effect of wind in the background that gives it a very stoner tone.

Side B is called "Manifestations of Summer" and it comprises three songs. It's the peak of all Summer Sessions.

"Lonesome Traveler" is the most spacey and progressive song on the album with the mellotron on the background fitting perfectly with the spacey riffs. Very trippy song.

"Santa Sangre" opens with very rythmic bass drumming while the guittar goes along with it, while another guitar does some spacey effects. But then the sax comes back more furious than before with amazing soloing and the drummer as furious as the sax makes his show. Spacey riffs are played shortly and the song fades to a lesser volume with the drums highlighted while the bass and some guitar and percussion effects are on the background. The song goes on a crescendo and when the sax returns soloing it accelerates towards the end just like "Eugenie", fading with wind sound linking it to the last song.

And finally "Venice at Sea" is the perfect closing song with a beautiful sea mood. It really translates the essence of the sea into music. I mean if you close your eyes while listening to it you can clearly see and listen to the waves. As a person who lives by the sea this song is very emotional to me. The guitar playing is psychedelic and beautiful. I don't know if music can be classified as beautiful, but I don't have any other word. It's aesthetically beautiful, you really can see colours and the sound waves. The spacey guitar is joined by the mellotron, wind sounds and backing vocals. Definitely my favourite part of the album and of whole Summer Sessions.

This album can be considere a masterpiece for those who really like psychedelic and space music and thats why I rated it 5 stars.

 Summer Sessions Vol. 3 by CAUSA SUI album cover Studio Album, 2009
4.00 | 43 ratings

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Summer Sessions Vol. 3
Causa Sui Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by freyacat

5 stars The Summer Sessions are something special. Far from being aimless jams, these are multi-layered compositions which reward repeated listening. The sound textures are drawn from the 60's and 70's, the most vital era of rock. Each Volume has its own character. While Volume 1 reminds us of Black Sabbath at their most progressive, Volume 2 adds an ecstatic layer of saxophone, making the competing melodies mindblowing. At times, it reminds one of Miles Davis' Electric band around the Jack Johnson era. Volume 3, I would argue, is the most thematically cohesive of the set. All of the compositions seems to be different variations on a basic melodic structure. The opening section of "Manifestations of Summer," "Lonely Traveller," is perhaps the most beautiful moment in the whole Summer Sessions. A poignant guitar riff interplays with a mellotron flute in a breathtaking melodic counterpoint that makes you think this is a lost Jefferson Airplane masterpiece, or perhaps an alternate reality in which Tony Iommi has joined the Moody Blues.

The lack of vocals on these recordings contributes to their fascination. They are sufficiently abstract to draw the listener into their mystery, and yet they "rock" in a way that brings the body into the listening experience.

I give this volume, and the whole set, five stars, because no one has done anything like this, and this is a significant and widely overlooked contribution to progressive music.

 Summer Sessions Vol. 2 by CAUSA SUI album cover Studio Album, 2009
3.84 | 29 ratings

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Summer Sessions Vol. 2
Causa Sui Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by Astryos

4 stars Causa Sui's first two albums were odes to psychedelic hard/stoner rock. "Summer Sessions Vol. 2" is their forth release, the second of three in a row, in which this earnest dannish band plays psychedelic rock with a more progressive feeling. This is because "SSV2" is an instrumental album that sounds more like a disciplined jam where lengthy solos of guitar and saxophone over hard rock influenced riffs create a psychedelic, kraut-y and spacey atmosphere. The rhythm section is great with a busy bass and there are beautiful guitar and keyboard parts all over. The songs are rocking while the music mountains and valleys follow each other in a balanced way. Apart from the top musicianship, the production is excellent and you could call their sound "retro-rock". This is an album that I recommend to any progressive (hard) rock or stoner rock lover and - I dare guess - to friends of Hawkwind, Agitation Free, Omar Rodriguez Lopez or even Pelican. Causa Sui's three Summer Sessions volumes are also released in 3 CD and LP packages.
 Summer Sessions Vol. 1 by CAUSA SUI album cover Studio Album, 2008
4.01 | 44 ratings

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Summer Sessions Vol. 1
Causa Sui Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by Prog-jester
Prog Reviewer

4 stars This is CAUSA SUI's first fully instrumental album, based mostly on jams. It's good they gave up singing - it's not like they were lame in it, it was just quite another band when they had vocals. Now they sound much better, I tend to think.

CAUSA SUI delivers 48 minutes of pure eargasmic bliss on "Summer Sessions, vol.1". Imagine a cocktail from old Psychedelic Rock, Art Rock, Krautrock, Jazz Rock, Hard Rock, deeply rooted in jammy and improvised music, but never lacking structure or direction! Analog keyboards, fuzzy guitars, groovy rhythm-section - what can be better for anyone who is tired of regressive and pompous contemporary Prog? Begin your trip with vol.1 and don't forget to check vol.2 and 3 too - I don't know what to write about them, they are all the same way beautiful! Highly recommended

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