Duplex # 3 on Saturday 2. January 2010 – Third Time @ Three Spots: Batteríið / Sódóma / Bakkus

Duplex # 3
Saturday 2. January 2010
@ Batteríið (Hafnarstræti 3)
@ Sódóma (Tryggvagata 22)
Extra this time: Fine Wine Bar Bakkus
Doors @ 21:00
Start @ 21:30

Admission: 1500 IKR
(You get a wristband)
Tickets @ MIDI

Program
Dikta
Sin Fang Bous
Hudson Wayne
Rökkurró
kimono
For a Minor Reflection
Foreign Monkeys
Sunday Parlours
Previous programs

Duplex #1: XXX Rottweiler, Sykur, Snorri Helga, Nolo, dj Musician & Retro Stefson
Duplex #2: Bloodgroup, Agent Fresco, Útidúr, Lára, Mikado, Me, the Slumbering Napoleon, Morðingjarnir, Koi & Pascal Pinon

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Ultra Mega Technóbandið Stefán, Útidúr, Mukkaló & Ljósvaki 29. December 2009 @ Grand Rokk

Ultra Mega Technóbandið Stefán, Útidúr, Mukkaló & Ljósvaki
29. December 2009
Grand Rokk venue @ Smiðjustígur 6
Admission: 500 IKR
Start @ 22:00
UMTBS Live in the early morning @ Bar Prikið @ Iceland Airwaves 2009
www.youtube.com/v/CTXWBKu_CiA&hl&fmt=18

Song of the 144. Week: Nóra "Opin fyrir morði"

The 144. Song of the Week is Nóra‘s “Opin fyrir morði.
The band Nóra traces its roots back to a dark garage on the west side of Reykjavik. There, brother & sister Egill Viðarsson (vocals, guitar) & Auður Viðarsdóttir (vocals, keyboards), started making music back in 2006, along with their good friend Hrafn Fritzson on bass. The band was fully formed two years later when the trio was joined by drummer Bragi Páll Sigurðarson and guitar/mandolin/whatever-ist Frank Arthur Blöndahl Cassata. The band was quite busy in 2009, playing local venues and festivals.

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Nóra @ MySpace

PS22 Chorus goes Björk: "Jóga"

PS22 Chorus covered a Björk Song:
Jóga
www.youtube.com/v/OKPC-T3jjRg&hl&fmt=18

PS22 Chorus Blog

Book about the 100 Best Icelandic Albums ever: "100 Bestu Plötur Íslandssögunnar"

Music journalists Arnar Eggert Thoroddsen & Jónatan Garðarsson wrote a book illustrated with a lot of photographs about the 100 Best Icelandic Albums in history: “100 Bestu plötur Íslandssögunnar“, published earlier this year.

Best Icelandic Albums of 2009 according to Fréttablaðið Newspaper Journalists

Best Icelandic Album of 2009: Bloodgroup‘s “Dry land” *****
5 stars for Bloodgroup
4 stars (Björk & others) – 3 stars (Á Móti Sól & others) – 2 stars (Cosmic Call & others)
The band Bloodgroup is a bit angry after a gig some days ago @ Reykjavik to Rotterdam festival for about only 40 people & some trouble with their flying tickets.

The Silent Ballet – The Icelandic section selection

Recently I’ve got an e-mail of Richard Allen who sometimes writes for The Silent Ballet Website. He wrote a well written review of Airwaves 2008. You can read it here.
Found more Icelandic stuff:
A review of FaMR Debut Album: Zach Mills’ Review of FaMR (5/10)
A review of Ólafur ArnaldsDyad 1909” Album here (7/10)
J.J. Fordlandia (8.5/10)