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Múm: Hvernig Á Að Særa Vini Sína (Video)

Iceland’s Múm has returned with a new album called Early Birds, out July 17 on Morr Music. In anticipation of the release, they’ve given us a video for “Hvernig Á Að Særa Vini Sína” (directed by Máni M. Sigfússon). The song, translated to English, reads “How to Hurt Your Friends.” It’s highly imaginative, a bit distractive, and somewhat disturbing. Within you’ll find two individuals, one man and one woman. He destroys things. They both randomly lose teeth. It’s weird.

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Sin Fang: Because Of The Blood [Video]


Sindri Már Sigfússon is on a roll. In 2009, his Clangour under Sin Fang (then Sin Fang Bous) received a top 10 place. 2010 saw his full Icelandic group, Seabear, crack the top 5 with We Built A Fire. Sindri is back with his follow up to Clangour. The album is called Summer Echoes and it drops March 15 thanks to Morr Music. As his projects go, the video for “Because Of The Blood” includes psychedelic mixed-media elements. And he dons a beard of doilies. Read More »Sin Fang: Because Of The Blood [Video]

Radical Face: Doorways [Videos]


Radical Face is the moniker held by Ben Cooper, the solo project from one half of Electric President. This project is blends a sound familiar in that band, but with fewer electronics and more orchestration along the lines of eclectic orchestral groups Efterklang and Anathallo, mixed with a little Michael Nau (Page France, Cotton Jones). “Doorways” is similarly melodic and features an off-beat piano. The song is off the band’s latest release, a beautifully crafted, six-song EP called Touch The Sky. Read More »Radical Face: Doorways [Videos]

Lali Puna: Remember [mp3]


With such a nostalgia-inspiring title for Lali Puna‘s first single off her upcoming LP – the group’s first in over five years – one can’t help but reminisce on the past. I recall picking up 2004’s Faking The Books around the time of its release; I quickly became obsessed with “Micronimic”, the title track and “B-Movie”. These songs, along with selections from Neon Golden by The Notwist, came to define my music obsessions of 2004. I can see “Remember” launching Our Inventions beyond Lali Puna’s past albums, much in the way Neon Golden did for The Notwist. Read More »Lali Puna: Remember [mp3]

The Go Find: Everybody Knows It’s Gonna Happen Only Not Tonight [mp3]


Morr Music is known for giving us great bands that fit the electro-folk or electro-pop classification and The Go Find is no exception. In the title track of their third release, Everybody Knows It’s Gonna Happen Only Not Tonight, The Go Find create a middle ground between ethereal atmospheric heights and cloudy oceanic depths.  They extend electro pop from the standard laptop meets soft guitars to include real instruments like a saxophone that swirls around the instrumental bridge dominating the latter half of the song. Read More »The Go Find: Everybody Knows It’s Gonna Happen Only Not Tonight [mp3]

Sin Fang Bous: Clangour And Flutes [Video]

Sin Fang Bous

Written by Fense

Sin Fang Bous is the most promising electro-pop artist I’ve heard in a very long time – probably since Morr (SFB’s label) released the self-titled debut by Electric President. This group hails from Iceland, but you won’t hear much of Sigur Ros or Bjork here. It’s tailored more to the likes of their label’s German headquarters. Read More »Sin Fang Bous: Clangour And Flutes [Video]

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