Posts tagged "Högni"

Innovative Artists Who Never Fail To Impress Live

By Jenna Dreisenstock There’s nothing quite like seeing your favourite artist live – the energy, lights and crowd: the pure heart of being able to experience the music you love up close and personal and watching those you admire work their magic. There are some artists that go above and

As the middle of the year draws to a close and we are beginning to embrace the second half of 2018 (Yeah, we’re almost at the end of 2018. Pretty crazy.) It’s a good time to reflect on the great releases that have graced our auditory sphere within the last

Interview by Shannon Lawlor Icelandic experimental, electronic and bordering on avant-garde artist Högni (also member of indie band Hjaltalin and former member of ambient-techno group GusGus) takes us through his own auditory journey of what it means to be human through his debut solo album Two Trains, released via Erased

Högni | Two Trains | Erased Tapes Records Release date: 20 October 2017 Review by Jenna Dreisenstock You are but a shadow locomotive of yourself; the crisp burn of cold has numbed your feet, your legs. Wheels that have been frozen solid, and left you stranded as the cargo you’ve

After recently announcing his debut solo album, Högni of of indie rock group Hjaltalín & electronic group GusGus is sharing his new single ‘Crash’. Debut LP Two Trains is due Oct 20th via Erased Tapes. Högni describes new single ‘Crash’ by saying: “Through the thumping percussive accents and lamenting strings, the story envisions a catastrophic event in which a

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