Ásgeir, Mammút, aYia & Sturla Atlas Confirmed for The Great Escape

Hands up who likes going to festivals? everybody loves going to festivals! Especially ones by the seaside where you can get delicious fish n chips, take a stroll on the pier and watch some of the best bands in the world strut their stuff... yes, you guessed it, we are talking about The Great Escape Festival happening in…

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Aldous Harding, Stefflon Don, Milkywhale + many more added to Iceland Airwaves, joining Àsgeir, Fleet Foxes + Billy Bragg on the line-up

It's only spring, but we've got November on our minds! It's time to feast on another bonanza of music additions to the Iceland Airwaves Festival. Following on from adding two Fleet Foxes shows, Iceland Airwaves have announced their latest additions for the November 2017 festival. These include Aldous Harding, Stefflon Don and a whole host of Icelandic acts…

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aYia, Mammút, Bjarki, Auðn, GANGLY & JFDR Announced for Roskilde 2017

If you are heading to the mega festival also known as Roskilde this year, you'll be able to see a bunch of Icelandic bands play, six in fact! aYia, Bjarki, Mammút, Auðn, GANGLY & JFDR have all been announced to play at the festival, which is pretty amazing news all round! The six acts represent a vast cross…

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Bon Voyage :: New Song From Úlfur Eldjárn. Free Download!

Úlfur Eldjárn has just released a new song from his forthcoming album ‘The Aristókrasía Project.’ The track is called Bon Voyage and is available as a free download from his website. It’s an anthemic synth and strings driven track with a disco beat: the song is dedicated to the Voyager mission. It sounds like something that could have…

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Between Mountains WIN Músíktilraunir!

Músíktilraunir is very famous battle of the bands competition that takes place in Iceland, and has done for over 30 years. Translated into english, the festival is known as The Icelandic Music Experiments. The First time this competition took place was way back in 1992 and has produced some very, very famous bands, most notably: Of Monsters & Men,…

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The L.A Phil’s Reykjavík Festival :: Kicks Off This Week!

The long awaited Reykjavík Festival is officially opening this week at the infamous Walt Disney Concert Hall! The venue is set, the bands are getting ready to fly in, Reykjavík will be a ghost-town (bar the tourists, of course) as all the musicians in town appear to be playing at the extravaganza. Take a listen to a fantastic…

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Third Track from Sin Fang, Sóley & Örvar Smárason: Wasted

It's a simple plan, three friends collaborate with each other for a full year. Sin Fang, Sóley & Örvar Smárason are making beautiful music together. Their plan is to release a track a month, and they managed to get their third one in by the skin of their teeth, on the 31 March they have released their March edition.…

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Extreme Chill Festival 2017

Extreme Chill Festival has a long rich electronic music delivering history, we are happy they are celebrating their eighth anniversary this year. Catering to lovers of underground Ambient, Electronica, Downtempo music in breathtaking natural environments. Extreme Chill is the first pure electronica festival in Iceland and people are mad for it. This years edition has a great line…

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New Music You Need To Hear :: Ásgeir, Sturla Atlas, Reykjavíkurdætur, Amabadama & Greta Salóme!

Hey you lot, it's March already, can you believe it?!? Cripes! Spring is in the air.. well, in the rest of the southern hemisphere, certainly not here in Iceland yet where we are still battling minus temperatures and the odd bout of snow... Our spring will come, one day... Luckily we have loads of cracking good tunes to…

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Oyama :: New Track :: Handsome Devil

Oyama are baaack people! For lovers of shoegaze Icelandic style, this band have great vibes making a new sounds just for themselves. Their brand new track 'Handsome Devil is a brooding five-minute jam, full of time and space, that might well act as one last wintry soundtrack if the weather holds for long enough. With subtle hints of…

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