It’s just another, well, Sigur Rós album
by Klaus Kinski I'm a big ole sucker for Sigur Rós and Sigur Rós-related projects, so I was happy to see an email in my inbox this morning about today's release of an album called "Circe", a Sigur Rós-related project....
Sounds like: Sufjan Stevens, Andrew Bird, Sigur Ros Song: Packwood - We Drink Light What's so good? If you've been following Packwood's progression this year via our pages, you'll remember he's putting out music a little differently....Show More Summary
Last month, we learned that Sigur Rós bassist Georg Holm, drummer Orri Páll Dýrason, and touring guitarist Kjartan Holm teamed up with Icelandic composer Hilmar Örn Hilmarsson to write the score for the BBC documentary The Show Of Shows, which explores the world of vaudeville, circuses, and carnivals through the use of archival footage. The […]
Sigur Rós members Georg Holm and Orri Páll Dýrason have teamed up with composer Hilmar Örn Hilmarsson and the band's touring guitarist Kjartan Holm (Georg's brother) to create Circe. It's the instrumental soundtrack to The Show of Shows,...Show More Summary
Track: Sæglópur (“Lost At Sea”) | Artist: Sigur Rós | Album: Takk... (Thanks...) Read more...
Garðar Ólafsson has been "around Iceland the last few months" shooting video. The results are spectacular, even by the high standards of Iceland Vimeo. Bonus points are awarded for not using Sigur Rós as the soundtrack.
The non-Jónsi members of Sigur Rós have been composing a soundtrack for the upcoming BBC documentary, The Show Of Shows. The documentary compiles 100 years of archival footage of circuses, carnivals, and vaudeville acts, and so the soundtrack, which was recorded in Sigur Rós’ Reykjavík studio, is an attempt to mirror the sounds of those […]
I guess Man Man or Frog Eyes would’ve been obvious choices if the BBC had wanted to start their own circus, but given the reputation for animal maltreatment that circuses have recently been earning, as well as the stuffy image that the...Show More Summary
Introducing Malpas—a duo comprised of producer/engineer Andy Savours (he's worked with My Bloody Valentine, The Killers, Sigur Ros, The Horrors, plus many more) and songwriter Ali Forbes. As of yet they've released just a few songs,Show More Summary
Sigur Rós bassist Georg Holm, drummer Orri Páll Dýrason, touring guitarist Kjartan Holm and composer Hilmar Örn Hilmarsson have crafted a new circus-inspired instrumental soundtrack for the BBC's upcoming documentary, The Show of Shows. Inspired by 100 years of archival footage of vaudeville, circuses and carnivals, the 14-track album, Circe, will see release...
Sigur Rós bassist Georg Holm, drummer Orri Páll Dýrason, and touring guitarist Kjartan Holm have partnered up with Icelandic composer Hilmar Örn Hilmarsson for a 72-minute instrumental album that was inspired by a century’s worth of archive footage from vaudeville, circuses, and carnivals. The composition is called Circe, and was commissioned by BBC to soundtrack […]
Sounds like: Sigur Ros, Birds of Tokyo Song: Intertwine - We Are Fools For Singing This Song What's so good? Oh, Norway. Home to black metal, awesome rap (which I'd never even considered before right now) and Röyksopp. Joining thoseShow More Summary
Washington singer-songwriter Briana Marela’s new song “Surrender” whispers in loops, her voice a whirlwind of coos and stretched vocalizations. It’s a little bit Grimes a lot Sigur Rós, whose producer Alex Somers also worked with Marela on her upcoming debut, All Around Us. The video for the track is a series of fast visualizations, which […]
In celebration of the 16th birthday of its second studio album, Agætis Byrjun, Sigur Rós has announced that it’ll be streaming the album’s 1999 release date concert, recorded at the Icelandic Opera House, today for free on its web site. Show More Summary
Sigur Rós released the post-rock masterpiece Agætis Byrjun on June 12th, 1999, marking the occasion with an 11-song set at the Icelandic Opera House in Reykjavík. To celebrate the 16th anniversary of both album and event, the band is streaming that 92-minute show exclusively on their website, starting at 5 p.m. EST on Friday,...
Live at the Icelandic Opera House features 100 minutes of newly remastered audio.
Earlier this year, Sigur Rós announced an expanded box set reissue of their 1999 LP Ágætis byrjun. Today, to mark that record's 16th anniversary, they'll audio-stream its release-day show at the Icelandic Opera House, which took place on this day in 1999. Show More Summary
In Hear This, A.V. Club writers sing the praises of songs they know well. This week, we’re talking about great songs not sung in English. Sigur Rós, “Inní Mér Syngur Vitleysingur” (2008) Sometimes a song doesn’t need comprehensible words to make sense. Show More Summary
A couple of weeks ago, I brought Sigur Rós as the Twisted Music Video Of The Week. Many of you commented that you really enjoyed that it wasn’t another metal band taking a spot on this series, so I wanted to try and bring something once again that didn’t rely upon distorted guitars and gore […]