If Quentin Tarantino came to Iceland to look for a band that would perfectly fit the soundtrack of his next movie, he might choose Mono Town most likely. The three piece band from Reykjavík made quite some noise in the Icelandic music scene when they released their self-produced debut album “In the eye of the storm” back in 2014.
On Air of CW 50-2015: I´m unconditionally in love with Emmsjé Gauti since I saw him live at Kex Hostel during Airwaves 2015. It is no coincidence that he is my number two at the Top 10 Airwaves Moments. Now I tell you which Song you should listen to. He is capable of thrilling not […]
On Air of CW 49-2015: It’s not only because they will perform in six different cities accross Germany next week during their European tour. It’s also because they are one of the best, if not THE best, Icelandic Rock band at the moment. That’s why this week’s On Air is the amazing Agent Fresco with […]
On Air of CW 48-2015: Vaginaboys music can be described as experimental 90s electro pop with rap interludes as well as romantic sounds and melancholic interludes. The band wears masks to hide their identity. Their latest album “Icelandick” can be bought at www.cdbaby.com. You can also check it out on Soundcloud and Spotify.
On Air of CW 47-2015: Vio’s sound can be described as a rather silent, slightly melancholic indie-/alternative-rock. The four guys from the Reykjavík suburb Mosfellsbær, recorded a wonderful album named “Dive in”. Absolutely recommended!
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