A new film-related feature that studies the crucial and iconic uses of music in movies.
Planning a Eurotrip? Start here.
Sigur Rós contributes an original composition to soundtrack for How To Train Your Dragon 2.
If you think you’ve seen the Sci-Fi classic, think again.
Simply put, we were shocked at the amount of fantastic new material this week. A particular mood may not stick out in this mix, but May 13th should be marked on your calendars immediately. Packed with new albums from both …
You weren’t seeing things: Jónsi and Co. were really on Game of Thrones last night.
The traditional Westeros folk song made dark and ethereal.
Icelandic outfit also set to make a cameo in season four.
Featuring Boards Of Canada, Sun Kil Moon, Sigur Rós, and more
The Explosive Sonics of Divinity is a collaboration with Icelandic artist Ragnar Kjartansson.
White Stripes and Vampire Weekend, too.
Plus, our Photographer of the Year.
Featuring bonus instrumentals, screen-printed artwork, and more.
Off Death Vessel’s forthcoming Sub Pop record.
An unlikely remix born from two Icelanders.
Perfectly eerie and beautiful.
From Australia to Glasgow, Atlanta to Iceland — whoa.
From Springfield to Westeros.
“An ever-changing and always altering live music video.”
Plus, stream the band’s hour-long DJ mix.
Or, at least attempt to interview Sigur Rós.
Like the new nom de guerre, it’s not what you’d expect.
Sigur Rós snap out of their sleepwalk, but head to safety for album seven.
Tune in beginning at 2:50pm ET.
Icelandic outfit’s “more aggressive” LP arrives one week early.
Icelandic outfit returns to the U.S. in support of Kveikur.
This one will leave your head spinning.
Watch Jay Leno attempt to pronounce Kveikur.
Brief cameos, plus original music from Sigur Rós.
Set your DVRs.
Solange, El-P and Killer Mike, CHVRCHES, Warpaint, and more.
The band offers more details about their upcoming appearance on the show.