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Sóley – Icelandic Musician Interview: Ask The Deep

Adorning the cover of Sóley’s new record, Ask The Deep, is a portrait painted by Ingibjörg Birgisdóttir, with Sóley’s face smeared about like the things of nightmares, like a horror film incarnate. Upon first glance, this visual seems inconsistent with one’s first impressions of Icelandic musician Sóley Stefánsdóttir — but the truth is that Sóley...Read...
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Iceland Airwaves 2013 Festival Preview: Managing an Overwhelming Schedule of Icelandic & International Musicians

Iceland Airwaves started back in 1999 in an airport hangar outside of Reykjavik. Since then, it has grown into one of Europe’s premiere music festivals, showcasing the insane amounts of musical talent coming from the land of few people and many sheep. Each year, the festival curates some of the best up-and-coming international talent to...
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Nils Frahm & Ólafur Arnalds Conversational Interview: Modern Classical Composers in the New Electronic Age

To label someone “at the forefront” of a musical movement is to make a bold statement. Trendsetters are only as good as the trends that they set, and whether they withstand the test of time issues the true final verdict on someone’s overall contribution to the musical landscape. That said, having the rare opportunity to...Read...
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múm – Toothwheels Music Video (MV of the Week)

This flickering video for "Toothwheels", a collaboration between múm, Árni Rúnar Hlöðversson and Bruno Granato, visually translates the intent of the record, to "show the juxtoposing of two conflicting meanings, taking advantage of the energy created through the tension of both." The music video downright electrical, with its blasts of light and luminous accents framing...
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Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) 2013: Best & Worst Films Round-Up Reviews

There is an inherent danger with really diving full-force into a film festival that has a scope as large as the Seattle International Film Festival. Often, the movies are top notch, well-selected and well-curated, and fit perfectly within the framework of that section of the festival. Other times, after sitting through self-indulgent artsy dribble that...Read...
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Olafur Arnalds – For Now I Am Winter Album Review

Olafur Arnalds For Now I Am Winter Mercury Classics Imagine yourself walking down a deserted street. It’s late in the day; the sky is dappled and mottled with clouds. The sidewalks are littered with the soggy remnants of December, slush and old receipts. Your thoughts uproot, displaced in time, remembering, projecting. A fine, chill mist...Read...
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