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Bjear - Firefall

Sounds like: Bon Iver, Sigur Ros, Volcano Choir What's so good? Adelaide musical collective Bjear has taken a different approach with latest single "Firefall." While rooted in the indie-folk of singer songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Bear...Show More Summary

Sigur Rós’ Jónsi Working With OneRepublic’s Ryan Tedder

Sigur Rós singer Jónsi is reportedly working with OneRepublic frontman and songwriter Ryan Tedder on new music. In an interview with CoS, Tedder recounts a recent trip to Iceland and says that Jónsi “wants to get into writing pop music.” “I have a couple of songs from him in an email that I’m gonna try and make into pop records,” he said. Show More Summary

Treasure Island Fest: 10 artists not to miss + set times

From Ice Cube and Sigur Ros to Car Seat Headrest and Kamaiyah, we pick 10 acts you should definite catch at this weekend's San Francisco music fest. Continue reading…

Ragnar Kjartansson Brings His Slow Art To The Hirshhorn

The Icelandic artist collaborated with a member of Sigur Ros to create meditative video works, part of his first major U.S. retrospective. [ more › ]

Planet Earth II

last weekHumor / odd :

I reported back in February that the BBC was doing another season of Planet Earth with David Attenborough (aka the voice of nature). Now there’s a trailer out (with a Sigur Ros soundtrack) and the show is set to debut in the UK on BBC One later this month. Show More Summary

Win tickets to Treasure Island Music Festival 2016

Celebrate the San Francisco's 10th anniversary with Sigur Rós, Ice Cube, James Blake, Purity Ring, and more.

Sigur Ros played Kings Theatre (pics); Kjartan Sveinsson releasing a solo album

Sigur Ros brought their unique tour -- which has them playing two sets as a trio with no strings/brass and no opener -- to Kings Theatre last night. They do it again tonight. Continue reading…

What's going on Friday?

What's going on Friday? A whole lot: Green Day at Rough Trade, Beyonce, Warpaint, Sigur Ros, Shamir, Titus Andronicus, the New Yorker Festival, Jacuzzi Boys and much more. Continue reading…

[Premiere] Instant Photos by Jack White, Alison Mosshart, Sigur Rós, and More

Select submissions from Impossible's 'Project 8' analog photo swap get a gallery exhibition.

Kjartan Sveinsson (ex-Sigur Rós) Announces New Four-Act Opera

Former Sigur Rós keyboardist Kjartan Sveinsson has announced his first solo album since leaving the band in 2013. It’s a four-act opera called Der Klang der Offenbarung des Göttlichen—which translates to The Explosive Sonics of Divinity— and it is out October 28 via Bel-Air Glamour Records. Show More Summary

Sigur Ros began NYC run at Radio City Music Hall (pics, setlist)

Sigur Ros are currently on a unique tour, which has the band playing two sets at each show with no opener. It's also just their current trio lineup, with none of the string and brass accompaniment they usually have... Continue readi...

What's going on Thursday?

Your Thursday show options include Ash performing 1977 in full, Sigur Ros, Titus Andronicus, Laurel Halo, Japanese Breakfast, and...Rick Astley? Continue reading…

What's going on Wednesday?

Sigur Ros, Built to Spill, Kaytranada, Ringworm, Pantha du Prince, Bill Frisell, Bebel Gilberto, Acrylics and more NYC show options for your hump day. Continue reading…

Live Blog: Sigur Rós

I’m struggling to find words to adequately describe the event I witnessed the other night, because it was not just a “show.” By all means it was a “performance,” but it was more than that. Sigur Rós came to Portland, and yes, they were on a stage, but trying to summarize what they do as merely a show, or performance, minimizes the grandiosity.

Live Blog: Sigur Rós

Sigur Rós Keller Auditorium; Portland, OR [09-21-2016] by Kirsten Pardun on 10-03-2016 I’m struggling to find words to adequately describe the event I witnessed the other night, because it was not just a “show.” By all means it was a “performance,” but it was more than that. Show More Summary

Preview: With its chamber music meets rock sound, cordis makes a stop at Smith’s Olde Bar

The sound of the Boston-based band cordis is aptly described as “Stravinksy meets Sigur Rós” and the group attracts an eclectic fan base that ranges from rock fans in their twenties to chamber music fans in their seventies. Band leader and songwriter Richard Grimes plays an electric cimbalom, an obscure instrument from the dulcimer family,...

Sigur Rós Captivates Gorgeously at Seattle’s Paramount Theatre (SHOW REVIEW)

To enjoy Sigur Rós one must put aside many of the expectations commonly held of and for “pop” music, at least when defining “pop” as being popular. Indeed, Sigur Rós defy nearly all the conventions of pop music while creating something ethereal, fuller, and somehow more enduring-seeming than much other so-called pop. Show More Summary

Sigur Ros at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre

Vancouver, Sept. 19 2016. Kirk Chantraine photos. The post Sigur Ros at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre appeared first on The Snipe News.

Sigur Rós - Heysátan (Amtrac Dub)

Sounds like: Booka Shade, Fakear, Pete Tong Song: Sigur Rós - Heysátan (Amtrac Dub) What's so good? What a fitting combination: Sigur Rós and Amtrac -- two different music worlds but a sentiment, an aim, that's one in the same -- epic...Show More Summary

Mt. Wolf - Golden (Ft. St. South)

Sounds like: Sigur Rós, Alt-J, Active Child Song: Mt. Wolf - Golden (Ft. St. South) What's so good? I want to write about this track, tell you something about it, how it makes me feel, how it carries me in its arms across a soft field toward a bright light. Show More Summary

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