Deaf Center new album + re-issue

Finally the release date of the new Deaf Center album, “Low Distance” (Sonic Pieces) is here. From today on it is available on all digital platforms as well as CD/LP. This is the first collaborative studio album by the duo of Erik K Skodvin & Otto A Totland since their album Owl Splinters (2011). That very album has also been given a lavish re-packaging as a gatefold 2LP on Miasmah. It includes the Svarte Greiner re-interpretation album Twin as well as new cover-art with photos by cinematographer Joshua Zucker-Pluda. Twin is also available digitally for the first time.

Deaf Center will play live in Brussels at the BRDCST festival during the Sonic Pieces 10 year anniversary evening, April 4th.

> Read a short interview about Low Distance at Passive / Aggressive

> Low Distance on Bandcamp - Spotify
> Owl Splinters on Bandcamp - Spotify
> Twin on Bandcamp - Spotify

Photo by Kelly Tivnan

Photo by Kelly Tivnan

A selection of incoming reviews / quotes
(will be updated)

Erik K Skodvin & Otto A Totland have made any anticipation that much easier by delivering a work of boundless opulence” - Toneshift

The unmistakable melancholic feel of Deaf Center is no less present than before but it has found a lighter, more spacious and less eerie form of expression” - Passive / Aggressive

This music draws its immense beauty from subtlety and deliberate restriction, so is pretty much the opposite of the boasting grandiosity and virtuosity of the typical " Nils Frahm " neoclassical” -

They strip the music to the bone, to create extremely urgent pieces with it that no note is wasted” - Subjectivisten