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Kraftwerk at Harpa by Alexander Matukhno

Those Magnificent Men in Their Kraftwerk Machine – Harpa Eldborg

It's been over 40 years since they released their first album, and even the oldest songs haven't aged much. Not many bands can say that about their catalogue, especially in the electronic genre.
by Jonah Flicker
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LEAVES

Too Much Polish, Not Enough Passion – Iðnó pt. 2

No, you don’t need hand gestures to accompany each vocal flourish, and no, you don’t need to tell the crowd to move closer to the stage (pet peeve of mine, that one). And you might want to consider spitting your gum out bef...
by Jonah Flicker
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Rock And Roll Fantasy Camp – Hressó pt. 2

Sure, I've seen this band play a hundred times before in countless dive bars and various shitholes across the United States, but this is the spirit of Rock and Roll and Dimma are living it. Hard and fast.
by Jonah Flicker
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M-Band at Harlem

Beats, Unnecessary Rhymes And Nightlife – Harlem Part 1

Something about him and his singing style reminded me of Bon Iver - a Bon Raver, if you will. Though his music was created entirely with electronics, M-Band's sound was warm and one could almost imagine him writing it in the co...
by Jonah Flicker
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Yo La Tengo at Harpa Silfurberg by Rúnar Sigurður Sigurjónsson

Mayhem, The Breakdown Of Law And Order

Perhaps Iceland is not ready for Yo La Tengo, or maybe Yo La Tengo is not fresh enough for the younger generation of Icelanders. Either way, those who stayed were treated to a monster of a set that will stick in their memories ...
by Jonah Flicker
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