Album of the Week: JFDR – New Dreams

‘New Dreams’ is the eighth album Jófríður Ákadóttir (JFDR) has released in eight years. It is only her second full-length under the JFDR moniker, the other six emerging from projects like Pascal Pinon, a folk duo she formed with her twin sister at the age of 14, Samaris, an electronic trio she started at the […]

Video premiere: Swimming Bell – Got Things

With strumming guitars, a deep textured voice and an aptitude for nostalgia, ‘Got Things’ is the perfect accompaniment for a long drive through the countryside. A standout from Swimming Bell’s debut album ‘Wild Sight,’ ‘Got Things’ possesses an innate freedom that coaxes you into winding down the window and letting the wind blow through your […]

Premiere: noid – paradiselost

Awakening from your slumber, you look out of the window to see a bird take its’ first flight of the day, circling against a backdrop of crumbling white cliffs. Japan’s noid provide the perfect soundtrack for these kind of scenes. They make music that is massive, glacial and earth-shifting. Today we premiere their first ever […]