Sigur Rós brought the goods, literally. …
Beds, dancers in transparent robes, and an original ambient score were involved.
Sigur Rós' Jónsi contributed a new track to the soundtrack for the film The Circle, which stars Tom Hanks and Emma Watson and comes out next week. The score was written by Danny Elfman, but Jónsi has one song featured: his take on the traditional Shaker song " …
On April 28, the James Ponsoldt-directed film The Circle hits theaters. It stars Tom Hanks and Emma Watson, and is adapted from Dave Eggers’ 2013 novel of the same name. The soundtrack is out the same day via STX Recordings/Sony Masterworks. Show More Summary
Getting high and listening to Sigur Rós is an obvious combination and the group themselves seem to agree. Last week they released a new collaboration with Lord Jones, a boutique maker of cannabis infused products, creating the Sigurberry, a THC infused gumdrop made from natural ingredients. Sigur Rós and Lord Jones come together to bring […]
Sigur Ros play LA right before Radiohead play Coachella, and both sets are streaming live Friday night... Continue reading…
It was yet another Los Angeles Philharmonic Thursday night subscription concert. The orchestra’s conductor laureate, Esa-Pekka Salonen, was once again on hand. The orchestra, as usual, had invited a big-name soloist. And the L.A. Phil, well known for attracting young audiences, had drawn a lot...
Gum drops have never been so soothing now that Icelandic rock band Sigur Rós has its own line of cannabis gummies. The band's earthy, ephemeral tunes will be even more chill after the "Wild Sigurberry" THC-infused gum drops are released...Show More Summary
This April 20, once you’re fully loaded up on Sigur Rós edibles and done with the Rick And Morty VR game, Wiz Khalifa will have just the thing to help you keep riding those chill 4/20 vibes: a mobile game about growing weed. Titled Wiz...Show More Summary
In one of the most appropriate collaborations in recent memory, Sigur Rós has announced that it’s teaming up with Lord Jones—”purveyor of the world’s finest cannabis-infused products,” according to a press release—to make a limited-edition line of weed-infused gumdrops. Show More Summary
You'd better believe these are flavored with berries from the Nordic wilderness.
Just like all bands are now required to have their own beer, we'll probably start to see a lot more artists pair up with companies to make their own branded weed products now that it's becoming legalized/readily available in more states. Enter Sigur Rós, who have partnered with Lord Jones for their own THC-infused edible…
In one of the year’s better merchandising partnerships, “leading cannabis brand” Lord Jones have teamed up with Sigur Rós for their very own edibles. According to a press release, the limited-edition “Wild Sigurberry” THC-infused “medicated...Show More Summary
Pitchfork has announced that they’re going to be live streaming — via both their homepage and Facebook Live — a very enticing Sigur Rós concert this Friday, April 14. The band will be performing with the L.A. Philharmonic, in their permanent home at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Downtown Los Angeles; they’ll be playing new […]
This Friday, April 14, Sigur Rós will perform at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, in a special event featuring the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Pitchfork is excited to announce that we will stream the concert live on our homepage and via Facebook Live. Show More Summary
Queens of the Stone Age, LCD Soundsystem, The xx, and Sigur Rós lead the impressive bill.
The L.A. Phil's conductor laureate on Iceland's unique place in modern music, working with Sigur Rós, and his love of Foo Fighters.
Sigúr Ros fans in the Portland area who want to combat Donald Trump’s policies take note: The band’s concert film INNI is screening to benefit the ACLU. The event will take place March 20 at the Clinton Street Theater, which is holding...Show More Summary