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softly they tred

hand-in-hand, they cross blackish sand
arms lightly swing, fingers lightly cling
as wind off sea dutifully sings
and they march on; cold they withstand
as they stride on to destination planned… 100 more words

Wednesday Cover: We Are Scientists, "Hoppipolla"

I love this cover version of the song Hoppipolla, originally by the Icelandic post-rock band Sigur Ros. This version, by Berkeley, CA band We Are Scientists, is more cleanly arranged than the original version, with crisp acoustic guitar replacing the atmospheric echo of the synthesizer. 50 more words

Songs

Dreaming in the Music

Kelly Caner is one of those people that you meet who immediately draws you in. Her humor, her quirk and overall look at the world make you feel like you’re in an exciting, light hearted comedy when talking to her. 460 more words

Music

Welcome to a Celestial Plane

It seems as though the LA music scene will always pull me back in. The Walt Disney Concert Hall would be welcoming Sigur Ros along with the LA Philharmonic on April 15, 2017. 634 more words

Daily Dose: 'Untitled ("Popplagið")' by Sigur Rós

Or Untitled #8, if you prefer. It’s probably some sort of art thing, although apparently “Popplagið” means “The Pop Song” in Icelandic, which is probably one of the least fitting descriptions I could think of, so at least they still have something of a sense of humour. 284 more words

Daily Dose

Sigur Rós Set To Unveil Their Own Line Of Edible Cannabis Gumdrops

Written by Jack Andrew Cribb

Wanna feel ethereal? Sigur Rós can help you in more ways than one.

The anthemic Icelandic post-rock band have unveiled their own brand of cannabis-infused gumdrops, after teaming up with the brand Lord Jones, a company that manufactures and distributes the ‘world’s finest cannabis infused products’. 171 more words

Music

Review: Los Angeles Philharmonic, Esa-Pekka Salonen and Sigur Ros perform music from Iceland

The Iceland Cometh to the Los Angeles Philharmonic these days, specifically in the form of what would seem an unlikely Reykjavík Festival, a wide ranging exploration of the contemporary music scene in the Nordic capital running April 1 to June 4. 797 more words

Classical Music