With his new, on September 16th via Morr Music releasing fourth album called “Spaceland”, Sindri Már Sigfússon strikes with his solo project Sin Fang a new path. On his previous indie and folk orientated three records, electronic elements played if anything then just a very minor part in his music. The opposite on his new album, where he completely renounces guitars and leaves instead the door to electronic music and even to future R&B wide open.
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If you would ask me about my opinion on the most beautiful beard of Iceland’s music scene, I’d have to make my decision between two in the end. And it would definitely be a tough decision. Both Berndsen and Teitur Magnússon have grown downright masterpieces on and around their faces. At the mere sight, I lose […]
It is quite rare that Icelandic artists or bands show up close to my home in Upper Franconia which is admittedly rather off the beaten track when it comes to concerts. But in case the exception arises and it’s even a musical tidbit like songwirter Svavar Knútur from Reykjavík who is currently touring Europe with […]
If you cast a glance at our events calendar of February, there’s one name that undoubtly dominates the schedule: Svavar Knútur. During his European tour to promote his latest album “Brot” (which you could translate as “breaking”) which he released last year, he will perform in 14 cities all around Germany. So it’s on the […]
One man, one guitar, and a microphone. Less is not possible, but also nothing more than this is necessary. On a rainy Sunday, great Icelandic Singer-Songwriter Júníus Meyvant plays a gig in Ampere in Munich. In the beginning he announces to play 620 songs. Half of them are not written by him but from Angela […]
On Air of CW 04-2016: We just go on within our “On Air” series with the most recent addition to KEXP’s live broadcasts from Airwaves 15. Not just because there are more and more videos released each week but because they are all just plain brilliant like this one featuring incredible Júníus Meyvant.
You can see two Icelandic artists in Berlin this week: Svavar Knutur (today!) and Lord Pusswhip on Thursday.
It´s hart to find the right words for all the experiences and beautiful impressions during Iceland Airwaves 2015. Sometimes I just close my eyes and dreaming of being back at the line to Húrra with Gull in my hand, waiting for the next gig while the rain falls down on me and the wind whistles […]