Sounds like: Explosions in the Sky, Mogwai, Sigur Ros Song: Mono - Where We Begin What's so good? For those unfamiliar with Japanese post-rock group Mono, I am thrilled to be the one to introduce you to them. Since 1999, the Tokyo-four piece have been creating some of the most breathtaking instrumental music in the world. Show More Summary
The first song we heard from Cloud Castle Lake’s upcoming Dandelion EP, “Sync,” reminded me of Sigur Rós at their most celebratory. “A Wolf Howling,” the second Dandelion song the Dublin band are sharing, exists in the same wheelhouse, but the way it casts Daniel McAuley’s falsetto against a churning minor-key groove is closer to [...]
Cloud Castle Lake’s “Sync” begins on that ethereal plane inhabited by the likes of Radiohead and Sigur Rós, with celestial falsetto arching against shapeless moody tones. In time, the song expands into something far more visceral and celebratory (which, to be fair, is a sound both Radiohead and Sigur Rós have pulled off too) — [...]
By Strauss on Jul 31 2014 Yom San thanks these people, in this order, on the liner notes of the cassette release, Playa Piano: Trees, Frankie Rose, Spoon, Sigur Ros, Cam’ron, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, The Pixies, Etta James, Juelz Santana, The...Show More Summary
Sounds like: Bon Iver, Stornoway, Sigur Ros Song: Sea Stacks - Brutal Concrete / Scottish Wilderness What's so good? London-based band Sea Stacks are self-defined as "orchestral indie," and would much rather give you tracks layered with...Show More Summary
I don’t think I’m going out on a limb here: Björk is basically synonymous with Icelandic pop culture (despite the respectable popularity of Sigur Rós), and it’s hard to imagine any factor other than time changing that notion. Sadly,Show More Summary
Sounds like: Thom Yorke, Asgeir, Sigur Ros, The Album Leaf Song: Low Roar - Vampire On My Fridge What's so good? Call me what you will (post-emo?), but I'm a sucker for really moody electronic music. Even though Low Roar founder andShow More Summary
Sounds like: Damien Rice, Gotye, Sigur Ros Song: Heiðrik - Maria's Donkey What's so good? With a taste for the theatrical,singer-songwriter Heiðrik would like to take you for a ride in the musical landscape he has created on hisShow More Summary
by Jia Tolentino Little bit of Sigur Ros magic in this track: Swedish lyrics over a slow, sure beat; alternating hopeful and melancholy waves that crest at 2:50 into a refrain that sounds like "a detailed heart" but is definitely not. Previously, the Stockholm-based producer's debut track "Ocean." 0 Comments
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Sounds like: Jonsi, Sigur Ros, Mogwai Song: Dorine Levy - Lenyrose What's so good? I'm pretty stoked to premiere "Lenyrose," the ethereal new single from Tel Aviv via Montreal songstress Dorine Levy. Levy's debut album, Underwater, was...Show More Summary
Hear the Sigur Ros frontman's contribution to the How to Train Your Dragon 2 soundtrack. Read more articles like "Listen: Jónsi – “Where No One Goes”" on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing.
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.
Sounds like: Sigur Ros, Washed Out, Teen Daze Song: Owsey x Resotone - Broke My Promise & Stared To The Sea What's so good? Owsey and Resotone and back at it again. This time, they're coming for your heart and they aren't leaving without...Show More Summary
Sounds like: Explosions in the Sky, Sigur Ros, Mogwai Song: Lusinth - Blue What's so good? If you're like me and are in need of some soothing music after a long day, then Sydney's Lusinth has us both covered. The duo (Charlie Tait and...Show More Summary
He's joined by partner and composer Alex Somers.
Last night’s episode of Game Of Thrones ended with Sigur Rós’s version of “The Rains Of Castamere,” a song that tends to play on the show when some serious shit is either about to go down or just did go down. If you ever find yourself in Westeros and the opening strains of “The Rains [...]
by Alex Balk I missed last night's "Game of Thrones" so don't spoil it for me! But whatever happened, this Sigur Rós song sounds amazing. Elf incest could never have a more appropriately ominous soundtrack. [Via] 0 Comments The post Sigur Rós, "The Rains of Castamere" appeared first on The Awl.
There now is a "Rains of Castamere" version for every occasion. Sigur Ros appeared in "Game of Thrones" Season 4, episode 2 "The Lion and the Rose" as performers at Joffrey and Margaery's wedding, and the band recorded a version of the track that has become known as the Lannister theme song. Show More Summary