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This week in Reykjavík has been insane and I’m grateful for all of the experiences I’ve had. Throughout this week, I interacted with all kinds of different people, completed five interviews in a city I didn’t know, and stumbled upon endless … Continue reading
asdfhg. The electronic, experimental lo-fi duo, asdfhg. played an intriguing show tonight at Harpa Kaldalón. The duo, comprising singer Steinunn Jónsdóttir and Orri Úlfarsson, created an atmosphere of magical simplicity through Úlfarsson’s static beats and Jónsdóttir’s crisp vocals. Jónsdóttir’s voice … Continue reading
AVÓKA Avóka played tonight at Idnó to a small crowd. From the way Avóka performed on stage, it’s clear that each band member puts his or her heart and soul into the music. Front woman Birna María Yngri wooed the crowd … Continue reading
einarIndra Indie-electronic producer einarIndra has only been on the Icelandic music scene since 2014, but is already gaining recognition for his organic synth and vocal layers. He released his debut album, You Sound Asleep in February 2014.
I got up just in time for breakfast at our hotel, Fósshotel Baron, which included Icelandic Skyr, eggs, sausages and salami on wheat bread.
Greetings from the beautiful country of Iceland! We arrived at 6:30 a.m. this morning (Icelandic time) after a five-hour flight from O’Hare. We were able to see some of the Icelandic countryside during the 45-minute bus ride from the airport … Continue reading
Tune in for our Iceland Airwaves 2016 preview show, which will air at noon (CT ) on Saturday, October 22, live on WCRX-FM 88.1 in Chicago and via stream worldwide. Join us: Adam Miller, Ellie Wright, Erin Brown, Erika Smith, Mackenzie Crosson, Francesca Brilli, Miranda Sherman, Sarah Penn, Kimmy Kaczmarek and … Continue reading