Áki Ásgeirssons first solo album with music for trumpet and computer. Done in collaboration with Stephan Stephensen. 180 gram Blue-green marbled vinyl Limited to 180 hand-numbered copies.
Recorded live at Víkurkirkja in Iceland 2016 (A-side) and live at Iðnó Reykjavik 2019 (B-side)
Limited 100 numbered copies, all signed by Magnús Jóhann Tónlist úr kvikmyndinni Uglur eftir Magnús Jóhann Ragnarsson. Gefin út í aðeins 100 númeruðum eintökum á 180 gr. svörtum vinyl. Öll eintök árituð af Magnúsi Jóhanni. Umslagið er hannað af Viktori Weisshappel og er með innfelldum (e. debossed) stöfum og sérprentuðum innri vösum. Nafn plötunnar er handskrifað á hvert umslag og eru því engin tvö eintök eins.
Composer: Atli Ingólfsson, Finnur Karlsson, Fridrik Margrétar-Gudmundsson, Thorkell Sigurbjörnsson, Atli Heimir Sveinsson Performer: Jónas Ásgeir Ásgeirsson, Thórgunnur Anna Örnólfsdóttir, Katerina Anagnostidou, Mikkel Schou, Bjarni Frímann Bjarnason, Elja Ensemble Conductor: Bjarni Frímann Bjarnason
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