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Download Morðingjarnir’s “Þú komst með jólin til mín” (feat. Thorunn Antónía)

Morðingjarnir & Thorunn Antónía – Þú komst með jólin til mín Christmas season has arrived in Reykjavík, which means, lots of jólabjór, plenty of holiday décor around the city and of course, CHRISTMAS TUNE...
 
 
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The Wayward Wanderings Of A Confused Expat – Iceland Airwaves Edition

In accordance with the unwritten expatriate code, I have spent the last few years going on about the wonders of my native Iceland. Seeing as the majority of those years have been spent in the company of the same three men (i.e....
 
 
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EXCLUSIVE: We Speak To Frímann Frímannsson And Krummi About LEGEND’s New Video

LEGEND recently released a video for the track ‘The City’, which is embedded below, and which you should watch for an insight into one aspect of Reykjavík living. Directed by Krummi himself (and edited by his good friend F...
 

 
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The Foreign Resort: Rocking the streets of Reykjavík

The Danes arrived to Reykjavík uncertain if anyone in Iceland had ever heard of them. They changed that with just one day of rocking out. By Steffan Lykke Møller They describe their music as The Cure meets Sonic Youth with a ...
 
 
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BREAKING NEWS: Django Django Cancelled!

Bummerino! Scottish jangle-rockers Django Django have had to cancel their official Airwaves gig tonight at Harpa. Their drummer has fallen ill and is unable to play. This is truly unfortunate and we wish the man a speedy recove...
 

 
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FM BELFAST ARE BACK AND TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS!

Words by Rebecca Louder / Photos by Alísa Kalyanova / Photoshoot wardrobe courtesy of Kormákur & Skjöldur Last Airwaves, there was a gaping hole in the lineup of Icelandic bands that didn’t ruin the festival (not by f...
 
 
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Ryan Moves To Iceland And Low Roar Is Born

by Christopher Svymbersky After Ryan Karazija’s brit-rock band, the Audrye Sessions, broke up in 2010, he pursued his long-time desire to move to Iceland. His experience of moving to a new place from his California home came ...
 
 
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BREAKING NEWS: Jóhann Jóhannsson Leaves Apparat Organ Quartet

Revered Icelandic analog-electronic band Apparat Organ Quartet have announced that founding member Jóhann Jóhannsson has left the band. According to a press release sent today by their management, Jóhann’s decision to leav...