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Perfect Animal

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Label: Reykjavík Record Shop
Released: 2019
Duration: 02:37

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ALLT ER ÓMÆLIÐ

Label: Reykjavík Record Shop
Released: 2019
Track listing: You Can Have It; I Want to Die When I Grow Up; Hrollurinn; Kul Kul; Mold; Perfect Animal; Eiminn; Múm Næs 32; Alltaf eitthvað

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Les Rencontres AJC 2019

Read "Les Rencontres AJC 2019" reviewed by Henning Bolte


Pan Piper, Dynamo de Banlieues Bleues, Cité de la Musique, Philharmonie de Paris Les Rencontres AJC 2019 Paris December 2-4, 2019 Association Jazzé Croisé (AJC) extended its annual December meeting in Paris to a three-day program with French and Scandinavian showcases and an extensive program of talks and discussions. Here ...

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ADHD Live at BIMHUIS Amsterdam

Read "ADHD Live at BIMHUIS Amsterdam" reviewed by BIMHUIS


ADHD is the band featuring the brothers Óskar and Ómar Guðjónsson. Óskar is also part of Malamutute, the band led by Jim Black that performed at the BIMHUIS last year. ADHD's organic improvisations lead towards a music that is simultaneously exciting and calming, backed by the trance-like rock beats of drummer Magnús Trygvason Eliassen. On top ...

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Sigmar Matthíasson: Arora

Read "Arora" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic


Now working and studying in New York, Icelandic bassist/composer Sigmar Matthiasson crossed the cold Atlantic with the groundbreaking sounds of Jaco Pastorius, Led Zeppelin, Reggie Workman, Ron Carter, and Scott LaFaro in his head and dreams. It's no wonder that Matthíasson's lyrical and eminently likable debut recording exhibits such a classic American feel. From ...

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Ingi Bjarni Trio: Fundur

Read "Fundur" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic


Hailing from Reykjavik, pianist and composer Ingi Bjarni fluidly melds the extreme landscapes of his native Iceland with an innate, resilient melodicism that shifts willfully within the body of his music like a slideshow of the wild Icelandic terrain. Translated roughly as 'finding/discovery' or 'to have found something' Fundur immediately captures the ear with ...

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Reykjavik Jazz Festival 2018

Read "Reykjavik Jazz Festival 2018" reviewed by Luca Vitali


Reykjavik Jazz Festival Reykjavik, Iceland September 5-9, 2018 Iceland has produced, and continues to produce, many outstanding artists--some of them world-famous, such as Björk, Múm, Sigur Rós, Ólafur Arnalds, Gus Gus, Emiliana Torrini, Of Monsters and Men--which is quite remarkable if one thinks that the country has less than 350,000 inhabitants. 130,000 ...

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Reykjavik Jazz Festival 2018

Read "Reykjavik Jazz Festival 2018" reviewed by Luca Vitali


Reykjavik Jazz Festival Reykjavik, Islanda 5-9.9.2018 L'Islanda ha prodotto, e produce, una grande quantità di artisti, alcuni dei quali molto conosciuti a livello internazionale come Björk, Múm, Sigur Ros, Ólafur Arnalds, Gus Gus, Emiliana Torrini, Of Monsters and Men... il che, a pensarci bene, ha dell'incredibile, se pensiamo che il ...


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