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Iceland Airwaves 2018: Ones to Watch – Part 2

Still needing some recommendations for this year’s Iceland Airwaves? Well don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with Part Two of our ‘Ones to Watch’ series… Magnús Jóhann – Friday 21:20

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Iceland Airwaves 2018: Ones to Watch – Part 1

Iceland Airwaves, the world’s most northerly music showcase & industry event, flourishes all over Reykjavík today. After sifting through the impressive line-up, here’s part one of our recommendations (yes, there

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I’ll Walk With You | Hildur Interview

It has been just three months since Icelandic singer Hildur Kristín Stefánsdóttir released her very first single as a solo artist that subsequently propelled to the top of local music charts.

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Edgy summer with B&O PLAY A2 by Bang & Olufsen

There has been a lot going on lately at the headquarters of the Danish consumer electronics company Bang & Olufsen as the financial results for 2014 have been disappointing. At the moment they

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Friday Fever: New Music Picks

It’s been a while since we last shared with you our favourite new Nordic tunes, and believe us, quite a lot has been happening in the beginning of 2015. Today

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Björk at the Museum of Modern Art in New York

She is Iceland’s most famous musician and has, since the beginning of her career, always taken an innovative and daring approach to her music.  Now, the Museum of Modern Art

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Friday Fever: Mr Little Jeans

Mr Little Jeans is the project name of Norwegian solo artist Monica Birkenes. She gained international recognition in 2011 for her moody and meditative cover of Arcade Fire’s song The

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Interview: Hergeir Á. Staksberg behind the Faroese band Steso

“Make people feel happy and warm inside” Steso is one of the most ethereal and atmospheric bands to emerge from the Faroe Islands. Two years have passed since the release

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Friday Fever: For the Finnish Santa

Belief has it that Santa Claus originates and lives in Finland. The traditional Finnish Santa Claus, or Joulupukki, is known for usually wearing warm red clothes and carrying a walking

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Friday Fever: It’s Not Christmas Yet

It is not Christmas yet. At least for the weekend. We have scoffed over IKEA’s decorations (whilst making a mental note of what to get later) and switched the channel

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