In celebration of the 2019 festivities, we crown the best of the long-running fest.
The new group is rounded out by Swedish composer and visual artist Carl Michael von Hausswolff.
22° Lunar Halo is the musical accompaniment to a brand new work by Taiwanese choreographer Tsung-lung, while Variations On Darkness soundtracks a series of choreographed performances from the Iceland Dance Company.
Each performance will see the duo perform the album in its entirety with the Wordless Music Orchestra under the direction of Robert Ames.
“The members of Sigur Rós are musicians — not experts on bookkeeping and international finance,” says the band’s lawyer.
The limited-edition 7xLP set includes early versions and demos of songs from the album, as well as unreleased material from the original sessions
Pearl Jam, Courtney Barnett, Erykah Badu, Jeff Buckley, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Death Grips, and Mastodon highlight this year’s allotment of exclusive releases.
An ongoing digital playlist intended to showcase remixes of their existing songs, unreleased tracks, rarities and songs still in development.
The EP includes reworks of catalog classics like “Hoppípolla”, “Sæglópur”, and “Inní mér syngur”.
Featuring the Icelandic artist’s early, experimental works under the moniker Frakkur.
Creator Rob McElhenney outdoes himself once again.
The UK crooner’s first new material since 2017 appears on the soundtrack to Beautiful Boy.