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amiina - Kurr

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Björk's 7th full-length original studio release or 2nd soundtrack for Matthew Barney's Drawing Restraint, features Will Oldham, Nico Muhly and Zeena Parkins

1999 kr

Tracklist 1 Sjarmaland Intro 2:21 2 Melur Sjarmur 4:17 3 Ágústskot 3:10 4 Gremlin Holiday 6:16 5 Happahrólgur Salisú 3:50 6 Bless 3:17 7 Langt Í Burtu Búa Vinir 7:17 8 One Eyed Waltz 2:56 9 Beach Box Disasters 6:44 10 One Eyed Waltz 4:03

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Iceland's best album ever?

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Music from the Icelandic documentary Rokk í Reykjavík by Friðrik Þór Friðriksson includes young Björk in Tappi Tíkarras, Einar and Bragi in Purrkur Pillnikk and Sigtryggur in Þeyr just to name a few

2499 kr4199 kr

Debut solo album by one of Iceland's scariest band of the 80s according to Einstürzende Neubauten, originally released by CRASS Records

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1999 kr4999 kr

Remixes of songs from Sigur Rós's first album, 'Von'

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celandic cellist, singer, and composer Gyda Valtysdottir

1499 kr

Tracklist 1. Vísur Vatnsenda Rósu 2. Hunter 3. You’ve Been Flirting Again 4. Isobel 5. All Neon Like 6. Possibly Maybe 7. 5 Years 8. Come To Me 9. Immature 10. I Go Humble 11. Bachelorette 12. Human Behaviour 13. Pluto 14. Jóga 15. So Broken 16. Anchor Song

2299 kr

Jónsi & Alex - Riceboy Sleeps

1499 kr

Legendary feminist activist Á Túr’s only album Píka (e. cunt) from 1997.  Á Túr were singing  about body positivity and other current feminist subjects way before it came common in Iceland’s discussion on slut shaming and such.  Produced by Curver (Ghostigital, Brim, Mammút, Kimono etc.) Released in the album series Skært lúðrar hljóma which brought us debut [...]

1499 kr

amiina – The Lighthouse Project

1000 kr

Sólrún Sumarliðadóttir – Skýjaflétta

999 kr

amiina - Animamina

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Icelandic composer and musician Jóhann Jóhannsson and The Sugarcubes drummer Sigtryggur joined forces on this outstanding Smekkleysa release

1499 kr

Elektrónísk stúdía (e. Electronic Study) is a must have for all enthusiasts of Icelandic electronic music.  This is the first electronic piece ever written and performed in Iceland.  Magnús Blöndal Jóhannsson wrote Elektrónísk Stúdía in 1958 and it was written for a woodwind quintet, piano and magnetic tape recorder.  This piece was praised by German [...]