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  • 1860

    (3,785 listeners)

    icelandic, folk pop, iceland, all

    1860's debut album Sagan was published by Konunglega Siglingasambandið in 2011. The album title is a reminiscence to American astrophysicist Carl Sagan (1934-1996) who served as an inspiration to them. The bandmembers are Hlynur Hallgrímsson, Kristján Hrannar Pálsson, Óttar G. Birgisson and the drummer Óskar Þormarsson.

  • Agent Fresco

    (12,775 listeners)

    progressive rock, icelandic, math rock, rock

    AGENT FRESCO is an Icelandic band of startling originality known for volcanic performances of music spanning the jazz, pop, rock & hardcore genres.

  • Angist

    (269 listeners)

    death metal, icelandic, female fronted metal, female vocalists

    From Reykjavík, Iceland hails the death metal quartet Angist, formed in 2009 by Edda and Gyða with Halli, Edda’s brother later joining in as bassplayer and with a few changes in drummers.

  • Apparat Organ Quartet

    (35,107 listeners)

    electronic, icelandic, experimental, indie

    Hailing from Reykjavík, Iceland '''Apparat Organ Quartet''' is a band founded in 1999 by Jóhann Jóhannsson, Hörður Bragason, Músikvatur and Úlfur Eldjárn. Despite their name however, they are a five piece band consisting of four keyboard players and a drummer.

  • Asonat

    (5,471 listeners)

    idm, downtempo, ambient, electronic

    Those familiar with the n5MD cannon may recognize the names of the duo behind Asonat. Fannar Ásgrímsson and Jónas Þór Guðmundsson both have released on the imprint before. Ásgrímsson as one part of Plastik Joy and Guðmundsson as Ruxpin. Asonat was started when a few months after Ásgrímsson returned to his native Iceland he contacted Guðmundsson to see if a collaboration was possible.

  • ATRUM

    (317 listeners)

    black metal, dark ambient, under 2000 listeners, blackened death metal

    Hailing from Iceland, ATRUM is an extreme musical entity founded upon an idea; to create a powerful and dynamic atmosphere within complicated and challenging music.

  • Beatmakin Troopa

    (1,108 listeners)

    instrumental hip-hop, jazz hop, icelandic, hip-hop

    Since his early years Troopa has always been surrounded by music and different visuals. His father was one of the co founders of the electronic croup Inferno 5.

  • Ben Frost

    (96,674 listeners)

    ambient, drone, experimental, noise

    Ben Frost (born 1980 in Melbourne, Australia, now based in Reykjavík, Iceland) is a musician, composer and producer, whose early work included the independently released ambient electronic EP Music for Sad Children (2000) and for his band School of Emotional Engineering.

  • Bendagram

    (76 listeners)

    electronic, finnish, finnish electronic, indie

  • Beneath

    (5,548 listeners)

    death metal, technical death metal, brutal death metal, iceland

    There are two artists known as Beneath: 1. An Icelandic death metal band 2. An English electronic producer

  • Benjamin

    (8,664 listeners)

    finland, finnish, favourites, brutal

  • Benni Hemm Hemm

    (45,627 listeners)

    icelandic, indie, experimental, indie pop

    Music from the heart. From an island called Iceland. A record that wants to boil over because of all its energy, lust and sometimes also funniness. A record, equally peculiar as idiosyncratic. As the pot is that huge 26-year-old Benni Hemm Hemm throws all possible ingredients in.

  • Berndsen

    (7,101 listeners)

    synthpop, electronic, icelandic, indie

    There’s no lack of remarkable musicians and interesting characters in Iceland' Take David Berndsen for instance, he’s a bearded pop icon in his home country who’s known for his obsession with all things eighties' Even though Soft Cell, OMD, Yazoo, Visage…

  • Biggi Hilmars

    (5,264 listeners)

    contemporary classical, experimental, classical, ambient

    Biggi Hilmars is the frontman of the band Ampop. Born in 1978 in Reykjavik, the London based composer and artist has already made an impact on the film and tv scene composing for international films such as IDFA and Edda Oscar Awards nominee ‘Future of Hope’ (2010) and ‘Heaven on Earth’ (2009) by award winning director Deepa Mehta.

  • Bix

    (8,807 listeners)

    lithuanian, rock, lithuanian rock, alternative rock

    There is more than one artist using this name: 1) BIX is one of the oldest and famous rock bands in Lithuania. They got together in 1987 in the town of Šiauliai and in a few months became a cult band. After a period of intensive touring throughout Europe and US they were the most experienced Baltic band, and probably the best known in the West.

  • Bloodgroup

    (33,137 listeners)

    electronic, icelandic, synthpop, indie

    Having released one of the very best albums of 2009 in Iceland according to critics and others alike, Bloodgroup have risen from making simple electro pop in run-down houses in East-Iceland to something much bigger.

  • Blouse

    (121,444 listeners)

    dream pop, shoegaze, indie, indie pop

    Evolution is a tricky word when discussing current trends in music, especially when it comes to sophomore albums.

  • Boogie

    (3,331 listeners)

    hip-hop, gangsta rap, rap, g-funk

  • Borko

    (44,858 listeners)

    post-rock, icelandic, indie, electronic

    Björn Kristiansson alias Borko is an icelandic musician that combines sweet pop-melodies with clever and sometimes bulky electronic sounds. He usually works as a movie- and theatre musician and as a music teacher in an elementary school. In 2008, he released his debut album "Celebrating Life".

  • BoyUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (188,406 listeners)

    indie, female vocalists, indie rock, german

    Boy is a name of at least 5 artists: 1) A band consisting of Valeska Steiner (aka Valeska) and Sonja Milena Glass. They are based in Zurich and Hamburg. Their début album was "Mutual Friends" (2 Sep 2011, Grönland).

  • Brain Police

    (25,784 listeners)

    stoner rock, psychedelic rock, stoner, icelandic

    There are several artists called Brain Police. 1) Based in Reykjavik . They snagged a name from the Frank Zappa catalog. 2000 saw the release of their debut "Glacier Sun"

  • Bárujárn

    (264 listeners)

    Icelandic surf-rock band from Reykjavik.

  • Captain Fufanu

    (331 listeners)

    techno, experimental, rock, psychedelic

    www.soundcloud.com/captainfufanu https://www.facebook.com/pages/Captain-Fufanu/66764890624

  • Caterpillarmen

    (219 listeners)

    progressive rock, icelandic, avant-garde, iceland

    Caterpillarmen was formed in late 2008, their love for progressive rock music brought them together, they met through a girl named Ingunn Erla. Thank you Ingunn Erla!
 Since then they have played far too many concerts. Their music is best described as proggy, but raw. Their third studio album is available exclusively on bandcamp! studi

  • Celestine

    (4,206 listeners)

    sludge, post-metal, icelandic, math metal

    There are four artists who have used the name Celestine 1) Icelandic sludge, metalcore band. The band's first EP, called At the borders of Arcadia, was described in this way by Icelandic magazine The Grapevine: "From the opening song…

  • Cercueil

    (2,395 listeners)

    french, experimental, electronica, electro

    In French, Cercueil means coffin. On their myspace you will see that they describe this definition and say "and if one day you've got to babysit a baby monster, play it and look him dancing: it will certainly change your life... " I find this to be very fitting of their style of music.

  • Cheek Mountain Thief

    (7,696 listeners)

    folk, luisterpaal, singer-songwriter, indie pop

    Cheek Mountain Thief is a side-project of Tunng frontman Mike Lindsay. While Lindsay is British, the eponymous album (released in 2012) was recorded in Iceland

  • Contalgen Funeral

    (27 listeners)

    under 100 listeners, folk, icelandic, seen live

  • Croisztans

    (120 listeners)

    all, under 2000 listeners, icelandic, rock folk slavic icelandic danish vodka copenhagen party dancing cool

    Deep inside eastern europe lies the old and mostly forgotten country Croisztan. Although neighbouring countries have tried to silence voices about this small countries existence, a group of freedom fighters have taken it upon themselves to strap on a guitar and sing about their nearly lost nation.

  • Daníel Bjarnason

    (3,864 listeners)

    icelandic, contemporary classical, ambient, experimental

    Daníel Bjarnason studied piano, composition and conducting in Reykjavík, Iceland before leaving to study orchestral conducting at the Freiburg University of Music, Germany.

  • Daughter

    (491,742 listeners)

    indie, indie folk, acoustic, female vocalists

    Daughter is Elena Tonra, a singer/songwriter from North London, UK. After releasing a 4 track Demo EP, Elena joined forces with Igor Haefeli to produce 'His Young Heart' in April 2011. On November 2011, with the addition of Remi Aguilella on drums, 'The Wild Youth - EP' was released via Communion Records.

  • DIIV

    (201,710 listeners)

    shoegaze, dream pop, lo-fi, psychedelic

    DIIV (previously known as Dive) is the ongoing project of Zachary Cole Smith, who has already made a name for himself in the New York music scene playing for bands such as Beach Fossils, Darwin Deez and Soft Black.

  • Dikta

    (24,710 listeners)

    icelandic, indie, indie rock, rock

    Dikta is an Icelandic indie-rock band. The band's four members have been friends since they were children and together they've grown into a soulful and heavy indie-rock band, putting their emphasis on storytelling and dynamic song progressions.

  • Dimma

    (630 listeners)

    metal, rock, indie, alternative

    DIMMA is the brainchild of brothers Ingo & Silli Geirdal who founded the band in 2004 from the ruins of their old band Stripshow.

  • Dirty Projectors

    (434,933 listeners)

    experimental, indie, freak folk, folk

    Dirty Projectors are an experimental pop group led by singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Dave Longstreth which formed in 2002 in Brooklyn, New York, United States. The current lineup of Dirty Projectors is Dave Longstreth (vocals, multiple instruments), Amber Coffman (vocals, guitar), Nat Baldwin (bass), Mike Johnson (drums), Olga Bell (vocals, keyboard) and Haley Dekle (vocals).

  • DJ Andre

    (326 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners, club

  • Doldrums

    (50,633 listeners)

    experimental, psychedelic, post-rock, electronic

    1) Doldrums is the project of young Montreal based musician and videoartist Airick Woodhead. He creates intense music for staying up all night, just thinking. ENDLESSDOLDRUMS.COM or facebook It's "a sea of chopped up samples, disembodied vocals and tribal percussion. Electro-hallucinogenic freak outs and fuzzy warm nostalgia" (No Pain in Pop).

  • Dr. Spock

    (1,148 listeners)

    icelandic, rock, weird, iceland airwaves

    In the beginning there was only an idea. Who could have guessed that the idealism of crazy rock and roll laced with stage antics filled with humor and unity would mould a group of individuals intended to kick rock and rolls ass. The rise of Icelandic finest is a tale of wonder.

  • Dream Central Station

    (155 listeners)

  • Eclectic Moniker

    (14 listeners)

  • Eldar

    (12,536 listeners)

    dark ambient, martial industrial, jazz, industrial

    1) Eldar is a project formed are Marc Merinee and Merce Spica from Barcelona, started in 2004. The sound of Eldar is a unique blend of different musical styles that mix the industrial sound, dark ambient and neoclassical aspects, but all characterized within the framework of electronic music.

  • Elektro Guzzi

    (6,404 listeners)

    minimal, experimental, techno, electronic

    Elektro Guzzi from Vienna, members Bernhard Breuer, Bernhard Hammer, Jakob Schneidewind Live performances of electronic music have gone a long way since the seminal decision of a few men from Düsseldorf to leave their Krautrock beginnings behind and to become machines.

  • Elín Ey

    (117 listeners)

    acoustic, female vocalists, iceland, haunting

    Elín Ey (born 1990) is an Icelandic musician who has become a known name in the Reykjavik music scene. With her beautiful voice and heart aching lyrics she sings her blues. She has released one album: ”See you in Dreamland“ – 2008.

  • Elíza Newman

    (117 listeners)

    “Eliza has a child like charm and a knack for sunny home-made arrangements.” *** The Sunday Mail “Stunning ,bittersweet yet joyful- a fine demonstration of Eliza's true talent! “ 8/10 Gobshout.com ''It's clear from the off-set why Eliza Newman's songs have struck such a chord. In short they are as catchy as sin!"

  • Emmsjé Gauti

    (354 listeners)

    hip-hop, icelandic, swagalegur, electronic

    Emmsjé Gauti is an Icelandic electro/hip-hop artist according to his Myspace-page. He released the full-length album "Bara Ég" 2011 and a free mixtape named "Freyðibað" late-2011 which can be found on his homepage.

  • Endless Dark

    (494 listeners)

    screamo, metal, rock, emocore

    Endless Dark is a Screamo, Rock band from Ólafsvík and Grundarfjörður, Iceland. The band consists of Rúnar Sveinsson(drums), Hólmkell(Keli) Leó Aðalsteinsson(bass), Guðmundur(Gummi) Haraldsson(Guitar), and three brothers,

  • Enkídú

    (279 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners, seen live

  • epic rain

    (498 listeners)

    cabaret, hip-hop, blues rock, blues

    The music of Epic Rain is rooted in underground hip-hop, but in later years he has widened the horizon and explored various music styles, including cabaret, dark folk, country and blues.

  • Ewert and the Two DragonsUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (33,336 listeners)

    indie, estonian, indie rock, folk

    Ewert and The Two Dragons is a folk rock / indie band from Tallinn, Estonia. Their debut album “The Hills Behind The Hills” was released in autumn 2009 and since then they have taken the Baltics by storm.

  • Exitmusic

    (68,036 listeners)

    indie, dream pop, female vocalists, check later

    Exitmusic is Aleksa Palladino and Devon Church. They formed in 2003 and are based in Brooklyn, New York. Their debut LP, "Passage" was released on May 22, 2012 on Secretly Canadian. http://weareexitmusic.com