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The World Is Not Enough

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Words by Stína Satanía The review was originally printed in Reykjavík On Stage (Issue 4) Since 2003, the Reykjavík-based English–Icelandic musician, producer and singer-songwriter Joseph Cosmo Muscat has funnelled his music through different aesthetics, and now has had several projects under his belt, from metal (Celestine, formed in 2007) to hardcore punk (I Adapt), from electro to hip hop (Rímnariki). Last summer he dropped his third dreamy electronic solo album, entitled The World Is Not Enough, under the name Seint. On this album Seint was influenced by the sudden passing of his life-long friend IngólfurBjarni Kristinsson in 2017, to whom The World Is Not Enough is dedicated. Their sonic closeness is mirrored in ‘Guð’ (‘God’), where Joseph Cosmo Muscat honours his friend’s memory in the most accurate way, by letting his late friend’s voice be heard in the chorus. Though still a bit melancholic and with a thread of heartbreak,…

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Finger On The Pulse #03

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Words by Stína Satanía Warmland As the Warmland duo is a combo of such experienced musicians and producers as Arnar Guðjónsson (Leaves) and Hrafn Thoroddsen (Ensími), the band sets the bar of expectations quite high. They have played together in Bang Gang, but with their new project, these partners in crime bring to the world warm and sunny music in a pop style which in an elegant way blends 70s pop, 80s mood and elements of drum and bass. The silky vocals of Arnar add lightness to this package. The duo promises to release a debut album pretty soon and we can already enjoy three tracks: ‘Lyda’, ‘Unison’ and ‘Overboard’. Facebook: warmlandofficial (more…)

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