Despite some growing pains, Secret Solstice delivers a brilliant array of bigger artists than ever.
Edward Hancox chooses his five favorite albums from Icelandic artists in 2015, and recalls what we said about them at the time.
Rökkurró are coming to the end of a mammoth three-week European tour, which has been very well received.
Björk returns to what she does best with an album to be played in full, whilst clutching a photo of love lost.
If there is something that Icelanders and the English have in common, it’s talking about the weather.
It would be easy to get washed away in all the hype but Ásgeir’s In the Silence , the English language version of his breakthrough debut album Dýrð í dauðaþögn , truly deserves all the praise it’s been getting.
You know what a Tookah is, don’t you?
This may be a case of ‘if it’s not broke, don’t fix it.’
Eliza has a knack for writing neat little pop songs.
A review of her debut album. Contains goose bumps.
Snorri Helgason’s follow up to Winter Sun is a melancholic, gentle affair.
Press repeat. On your Megadrive.
I have to say that I approached their album with some trepidation.