Who’ska for Grúska Babúska?

Grúska Babúska – Refurinn This is right up my street. The sort of music you’d hear coming from the attic in an old haunted looking house where the protagonist (unbelievably) decides to go up the creaking stairs and check it out. In this case I’m the protagonist and I’m really glad I did. Are you…

Now, Andy Svarthol did you hear about this one?

Andy Svarthol – Tímafrekja Andy Svarthol is an experimenal noise/dream pop band from Reykjavík, Iceland. The band was founded in 2015 and consists of brothers Egill and Bjarki Viðarsson. This is their latest release the wonderful Tímafrekja YouTube Weekly Playlist SWIT Playlist 2017

Some class from Tappi Tíkarrass

Tappi Tíkarrass – Spak Wonderful track from Tappi Tíkarrass called Spak. It’s super and it’s out now on Áttund Neðar

SOS – Sin Örvar Sóley

Sin Fang, Sóley & Örvar Smárason – Random Haiku Generator Sóley, Sin Fang and Örvar Smárason from Múm are collaborating on a new song each month throughout 2017. Random Haiku Generator is the first release from them and what a start. I’m dying to hear the next one already. Check it out guys. Wonderful.

Definitely not the þitts

Balbert Alvin – Þetta er allt þitt Title track from Iceland’s “Moderately Serious Artist” Balbert Alvin’s latest EP.  Gorgeous track and super collection.

Interview with Maggi from amiina

amiina’s new LP, Fantômas, was originally written as the soundtrack for a centenary screening of Louis Feuillade’s famous 1913 film serial of the same name. It premiered in Paris at the magnificent Théâtre du Châtelet, where amiina, together with musicians James Blackshaw, Tim Hecker, Loney Dear and Yann Tiersen, took part in a special Halloween…

Here comes Sin Fang, back again like a boomerang

Here’s the first of three Morr Music posts on SWIT’s Super Saturday. [You forgot “soaraway”. Ed.] Take away the beautiful new single, “Lost Girls”, by Iceland’s Sin Fang from the album ‘spaceland’, plus the classic track “clangour and flutes”. Beautiful. I think hardly a day goes by now on SWIT when we don’t come into contact with…