Árni Grétar (born 6 December 1983), best known under the pseudonym Futuregrapher, is an electronic musician described by Grapevine magazine in 2009 as “fucking brilliant.” He was one of the leading members of the local Weirdcore scene and has been praised for his great live performances. He founded the record label Möller Records in 2011 with Jóhann Ómarsson (aka Skurken).
One of the most inspiring and emotional albums to come out of Iceland for a while. Ólgusjór is the debut album by the young and impressive quartet Lockerbie from Reykjavík.
Orphic Oxtra’s second album, rightly titled Kebab Diskó, is an exhilarating guided tour through the balkan and klezmer musical songbook, led by a thirteen-strong line-up of Icelandic youngsters.
Tom Misch is 18 year old London composer, songwriter, guitarist, singer& violinist.
“Basically this EP is me attempting to make instrumentals that will effect people moods in a positive way but also make people think, all produced and recorded by myself in my bedroom. I’ve used a combination of obscure jazz samples but mostly live instrumentation that I’ve recorded, so I recored guitar, violin, bit of vocals and sound effects etc.” -Tom Misch
▶ Download Tom Misch’s latest release ‘Beat Tape 1’ via http://tommisch1.bandcamp.com/
Stunning deput album of the french duo is available in itunes already.
The first track from Caribou forthcoming album “Our Love”. Sounds promising
London-based singer-songwriter Douglas Dare released his debut album Whelm on Erased Tapes. With the piano at the core, Dare vocalises his short prose and poems to a backdrop of drums, electronics and brass.
Nice mix of folk and electronic into a fascinating and psychedelic concoction from Berlin based producer.