Here’s what we’re sure to be checking out this week in Iceland.
Meanwhile, a Dancer in the Dark co-producer told a Danish newspaper that “As far as I remember, we were victims.”
Featuring Michael Kiwanuka and Torres alongside Blissful, Glowie, Auður, and Sylvia.
Icelandic concert event also promises Stars of the Lid, Julianna Barwick, and Dan Deacon, among others.
The festival site of Skógafoss was just added to the Environment Agency of Iceland’s list of endangered areas.
The band’s setlist included the debut of “Lah Di Da”, as well as “The Sky is a Neighborhood” and “Run”.
34 Scores for Piano, Organ, Harpsichord and Celeste includes selections from Homogenic, Vulnicura, Vespertine, and more.
Jamie xx, Warpaint, Robyn & Mr. Tophat, Jagwar Ma, Floating Points, and more will play the curated event.
Six-day event will feature multiple performances from the band as well as art installations, dance pieces, film screenings, and more.
Icelandic post-rock legends captivate with an emotionally charged performance.
Icelandic artist shares a new one from his upcoming sophomore album, Afterglow.
Björk-approved member of Samaris and Pascal Pinon breaks out on her own.