Category Music

Iceland Airwaves 2019: John Grant, Agent Fresco, Cautious Clay and More Added to Line-up

Iceland’s renowned winter music festival Iceland Airwaves have just added a WHOLE lot more acts to this year’s line-up, and we are getting excited y’all! Joining the likes of Of

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I See Rivers Announce New Single ‘Helios’

The folky cousins of HAIM sisters from Norway have just released their new single. ‘Helios’ by I See Rivers is out now, giving us mellow summer pop thrills for chilling

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Secret Solstice 2019 – Top Icelandic Acts to Watch

Next weekend, thousands will descend on Reykjavík for a music festival like no other. Secret Solstice takes place 21-23 June and is the ONLY festival that holds a rave in

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DÖÐLUR + HATARI Drop Hatrið – A Fashion Collaboration for the Bold

Don’t you just love the feeling when you can finally take off your straps and buckles after a long day of hard work, and snuggle up in your favourite pyjamas? We

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BREAKING NEWS: Of Monsters and Men Added to Iceland Airwaves 2019 Line-Up

2019’s summer festival season may have not even started, but we’re already looking to the end of the year for inspiration. Iceland locals, and international favourites Of Monsters and Men

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Bang & Olufsen X RIMOWA: Luxury Sound and Travel Collide

With both companies’ ethos centered around the importance of design, craftsmanship and innovation, a collaboration between luxury electronics company Bang & Olufsen and luxury luggage company RIMOWA was bound to

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Janus Rasmussen Releases Beautiful Debut Solo Album ‘Vín’

Janus Rasmussen, one half of Icelandic-Faroese techno duo Kiasmos, releases his debut solo album ‘Vín’, and it is truly mesmerising.     Having already honed his craft with more collaborative

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NEW ALBUM ALERT: Sigrid Delivers Her Sucker Punch

After a seemingly unstoppable rise over the last two years, Norway’s Sigrid releases her debut album ‘Sucker Punch’.     Following up from her debut EP ‘Don’t Kill my Vibe’,

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Swedish Pop’s Second Revolution

When I mention the words ‘Swedish pop’, you’re probably only thinking of one thing. ABBA remains Sweden’s largest cultural export. They’ve sold almost five hundred million records and have inspired

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JFDR Live at Reykjavík’s Mengi

On a cold Reykjavík evening we took refuge at Mengi (the capital area’s art venue/record label) to witness JFDR bring her very own brand of graceful magic to the stage. I’ve only lived

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