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Norður Og Niður – Iceland´s Unmissable Festival

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Words by Stína Satanía Photograph by Juliette Rowland Most of us immediately associate Iceland with Sigur Rós or the Icelandic Queen of Innovation in Music, Björk. Certainly, they are responsible for promoting the country to the outside world. Unsurprisingly, when the members of Sigur Rós organised and curated their own festival on their home ground in Reykjavík, the celebration was a massive success, attracting festivalgoers from 50 countries, all of them fans of Sigur Rós. It is undeniable that this legendary Icelandic band has assembled an amazing community over the years. (more…)

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The Variety of Reykjavík Folk Festival

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Words by Stína Satanía The Reykjavík Folk Festival is an annual held in the capital of Iceland since 2010. This year‘s edition set up shop in the cozy warmth of Kex Hostel, and promised to be very intriguing from the start. From the 2nd to the 4th of March 2017 I decided to take a deep dive into the world of Icelandic folk music. (more…)

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Marteinn Sindri unveils new video

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Multi-intrumentalist Marteinn Sindri is working on his first solo album in collaboration with Berlin based guitarist Daníel Friðrik Böðvarsson. Marteinn delivered touching and magic moments of goosebumps during Reykjavík Folk Festival this year and recently he revealed a new video to the song entitled Spring Comes Late Sometimes. Let him charm you with his soft voice. Marteinn Sindri is a classically trained pianist who graduated from FÍH School of Music in Reykjavík. He has been active on the Icelandic music scene with a band of Markús Bjarnason, Markús and the Diversion Sessions. His voice could be heard in a choir KÓRUS under the baton of Pétur Ben, founded on the initiative of Kira Kira. Watch the new video below: Facebook (more…)

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