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00:00:00 - 1. Untitled (Vaka) 00:06:38 - 2. Untitled (Fyrsta) 00:14:11 - 3. Untitled (Samskeyti) 00:20:44 - 4. Untitled (Njósnavélin) (+ 36 seconds of silence) 00:28:16 - 5. Untitled (Álafoss) 00:38:13 - 6. Untitled (E-bow) 00:47:01 - 7. Untitled (Dauðalagið) 01:00:00 - 8. Untitled (Popplagið) This is not my work All copyrights to Sigur Rós
All rights reserved to Sigur Rós, Beggars, [Merlin], OneLittleIndianRecords, IODA, FatCat Records, EMI, UMG, XL Recordings and Smekkleysa (or Bad Taste). ( ) - 2002 One of the best albums ever made, from one of the best music bands ever existed Support Sigur Rós by buying from their online store: 🤍 Enjoy the music! Track list: 1) Untitled 1 (Vaka) 0:00 2) Untitled 2 (Fyrsta) 6:36 3) Untitled 3 (Samskeyti) 14:12 4) Untitled 4 (Njósnavélin) 20:47 5) Untitled 5 (Álafoss) 28:22 6) Untitled 6 (E-Bow) 38:30 7) Untitled 7 (Dauðalagið) 47:07 8) Untitled 8 (Popplagið)1:00:00
🤍 liminal is much more than an ambient sigur rós mixtape curated by jónsi, alex somers and paul corley. liminal views sigur rós as an eco-system. it identifies the connections and blurs the boundaries between work done and work to come; between brand new music and ideas barely yet nascent; between songs written 20 years ago and collaborations to be made tomorrow. in bringing together these collaborations and commissions – for choreographers, visual artists and new technologies – with solo work and remixes, film score and generative music, as well as the work of close friends and associates in the wider sigur rós ‘family’, liminal aims to take the listener to a hinterland, to the threshold of a place neither nor there; a “liminal” space. liminal will live on digital services as an ‘endless’ playlist, which means it will be built over linear time into a never-finished project of ceaseless invention.
🤍 Sigur Rós have added an hour of brand new unreleased music to Liminal, their “endless ambient streaming mixtape.” Now in its third hour, the ever-expanding playlist has thus far comprised blissed-out versions of existing songs; contributions and remixes from friends and family; and a smattering of unreleased tracks and rarities. For the latest installment, however, the band are unveiling music and sounds to be found in Tónandi, their spatial computing experience designed in collaboration with Magic Leap. This latest hour of Liminal is the first to feature only Sigur Rós material, with much of it being drawn from songs still in development. Film by Damian Hale / 🤍 Follow Sigur Rós 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
Sigur Rós: Hvarf - Heim. (Videoclip/Film-album, 2020) Film/Videoclip by Maxine Stellanidou, Maxim Keyfman. Directed by Maxine Stellanidou, Maxim Keyfman. In The Image - Max Kulikov & Maxim Keyfman, Maxine Stellanidou. Music & Performance by Sigur Rós And Others... Carlos Cipa & Daniel Johnston On The End Of Film/videoclip. Editing by Maxine Stellanidou, Maxim Keyfman. Image/Picture by Maxim Keyfman. Date Of Recording - Winter, 2018 - July, 2019.
Obsidian, the new album from Jónsi: 🤍 Jónsi - Vikur 00:00 Jónsi - Ambrox 08:04 Jónsi - Kvika 16:27 Jónsi - Pyralone 21:00 Jónsi - Obsidian 25:15 Jónsi - Cypriol 29:57 Jónsi - Eyja 36:43 Jónsi - Öskufall 40:20 Jónsi - Vetiverol 45:06 Jónsi - Hedione 52:36
🤍 curated by Jónsi, Alex Somers & Paul Corley / 12th Oct 2018 an hour of new, unreleased and remixed ambient music from Jónsi, Julianna Barwick, Alex Somers, Frakkur and more Film by Damian Hale / 🤍 Follow Sigur Rós 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
Sigur Rós' Untitled album, called ( ) by some. Hope you like it. One of my fav. albums ever. Interesting note, all the lyrics in each song are the same, more or less, and in a completely fictional language. Enjoy. Vaka 0:00 Fyrsta 6:39 Samskeyti 14:12 Njósnavélin 20:46 Álafoss 28:19 E-Bow 38:16 Dauðalagið 47:04 Popplagið 1:00:04
Sigur Rós live from the Walt Disney Concert Hall, Courtesy of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Association New Multi-Track Mastered Audio Mix 🤍LAPhil.com 0:00 - Á 7:39 - Ekki Múkk 15:24 - Takk... 17:45 - Glósóli 24:00 - Hrafntinna 30:30 - Niður 35:50 - Fljótavík 40:00 - Starálfur 45:47 - Festival Sigur Rós solo: 54:20 - Sæglópur 1:01:30 - Ný Batterí 1:09:40 - Vaka 1:16:23 - E-Bow 1:25:25 - Kveikur 1:31:20 - Popplagið
This is a re-cut, extended and very different version of the Sigur Ros tour movie Heima. It's mostly made up of material from the 2 disc version DVD. The result is full, uninterupted performaces, beautiful landscapes and not much more. Straight to the core. No interviews, voice-overs or other distracting stuff. Most things cut out are both good and interesting but without a place in this particular version. The idea has been to be more to the point and focus on the music. More timeless if you will. Make it a film of the tour, rather than about it. At times one can get a feeling of a teaser-trailer for the tour when watching the original version. Note that I made this for myself, the way I wanted it to be. It turned out really good and I thought others might like it as well. But, as always with this kind of thing; feel free NOT to watch it. And the original is still out there. This is my take. Enjoy! /spiderbite
Released 16 August 2005 (First issue) Format 12", CD Genre Post-rock Label EMI Writers:Jón Þór Birgisson, Orri Páll Dýrason, Georg Hólm, Kjartan Sveinsson Producers : Sigur Rós Track listing : 1. "Sæglópur" ("Lost at sea") 2. "Refur" ("Fox") 3. "Ó friður" ("Oh Peace" ; a word with a double meaning similar to Vonbrigði; in this case ó Friður means "Oh Peace" but ófriður means "War") 4. "Kafari" ("Diver")
Stream and purchase the EP here (Find the tracklist and other links below): Sigur Rós Webstore - 🤍 Apple Music - 🤍 Spotify - 🤍 Tracklist: 1. Rafmagnið Búið (0:00) 2. Ný Batterí (04:52) 3. Bíum Bíum Bambaló (12:42) 4. Dánarfregnir Og Jarðarfarir (19:35) SIGUR RÓS Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 YouTube: 🤍 - CONNECT WITH US Facebook: 🤍 Spotify: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 YouTube 1: 🤍 YouTube 2: 🤍 Tumblr: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE 🤍
okay, so maybe it's a maxi single... but it's an album's length so what's actually the difference? 0:00 Svefn-g-englar 9:19 Viðrar vel til loftárása 19:33 Nýja lagið 29:02 Syndir guðs I own nothing in this video, I am making no profit off of it, it is all under fair use.
Support Sigur Rós! 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Sigur Rós - Route One (Album) 01 - 63º32'43.7-N 19º43'46.3-W 0:00 02 - 63º47'36.2-N 18º02'16.9-W 2:23 03 - 64º02'44.1-N 16º10'48.5-W 7:14 04 - 64º08'43.3-N 21º55'38.8-W 12:11 05 - 64º46'34.1-N 14º02'55.8-W 19:49 06 - 65º27'29.1-N 15º31'56.0-W 26:56 07 - 65º30'17.9-N 18º37'01.3-W 31:57 08 - 65º38'27.9-N 20º16'56.9-W 35:12
* If you want a better sound quality, set HD (720p) original album has 3 songs, but I expand it by mixing tracks [ Tracklist ] 1 Ba Ba 0:00 2 Ti Ki 6:11 3 Di Do 15:01 -mix track (playing together)- 4 Ba Ba Ti Ki 20:43 5 Ba Ba Di Do 29:33 6 Ti Ki Di Do 35:44 7 Ba Ba Ti Ki Di Do 44:33
Frakkur is an alias the musician Jónsi (Jón Þór Birgisson), used when he was making music apart from his band Sigur rós. There are three known Frakkur Albums, all of which are written around the year 2003-2005. None of these albums have been officially released, and most song titles and artwork is missing. This album is called Toyboy. Track 1: 00:00 - 05:32 Track 2: 05:43 - 09:55 Track 3: 10:00 - 13:50 Track 4: 14:00 - 18:45 Track 5: 18:50 - 23:50 Track 6: 24:00 - 26:40 Track 7: 26:42 - 30:20 Track 8: 30:36 - 32:37
1. Fjögur píanó 2. Valtari (8:00) 3. Varðeldur (16:25) 4. Dauðalogn (22:17) 5. Rembihnútur (29:03) 6. Varúð (34:06) 7. Ekki múkk (40:52) 8. Ég anda (48:22) This makes me realise how symmetrical this album really is. Beautiful backwards or forwards.
I own nothing. For educationnal purposes only. Before you ask yourself why, just go to 54:20 (Staralfur backwards) and enjoy the perfect palindrome in the following seconds. Enjoy!
Olsen Olsen, par Sigur Rós. Article et vidéos : 🤍 "Quand Sigur Ros joue, les volcans islandais font silence". Live from Heima DVD : Directed by Dean DeBlois, with Jón Þór Birgisson / Georg Hólm / Kjartan Sveinsson / Orri Páll Dýrason / Hildur Ársælsdóttir / María Huld Markan / Sigfúsdóttir / Edda Rún Ólafsdóttir / Sólrún Sumarliðadóttir 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 " Heima (English: At home) is a documentary and double DVD set about the tour around Iceland in the summer of 2006 of the band Sigur Rós. During the tour the band played two big open-air concerts at Miklatún - Reykjavík (30 July) and Ásbyrgi (4 August), as well as small scale concerts at Ólafsvík (24 July), Ísafjörður (26 July), Djúpavík (27 July), Háls, Öxnadalur (28 July) and Seyðisfjörður (3 August). In addition, a protest concert against the Kárahnjúkar dam was performed at Snæfellsskála (3 August). The documentary also includes footage of an acoustic concert played for family and friends at Gamla Borg, a coffee shop in the small town Borg, on 22 April 2007. The documentary premiered in Iceland at the Reykjavík International Film Festival opening day, 27th of September 2007. Heima was released 5 November 2007 (4 December in North America) in two editions, one including atmospheric photos in a photobook documenting the tour. " 🤍 _
Með suð í eyrum við spilum endalaust - 🤍 // Directed by Nick Abrahams. Við spilum endalaust is a short film which follows Sigur Rós on 3 weeks of their 2008 world tour, shot on Super 8 and developed by hand in the directors bathroom. An impressionistic fragmented glimpse into the world of this enigmatic band.
Ulver - Childhood's End (2012) 1. Bracelets of Fingers (The Pretty Things cover) 2. Everybody?s Been Burned 4:11 (The Byrds cover) 3. The Trap 7:38 (Bonniwell's Music Machine cover) 4. In the Past 10:10 (The Chocolate Watchband cover) 5. Today 13:04 (Jefferson Airplane cover) 6. Can You Travel in the Dark Alone? 16:25 (Gandalf cover) 7. I Had Too Much to Dream Last Night 20:28 (The Electric Prunes cover) 8. Street Song 23:20 (13th Floor Elevators cover) 9. 66-5-4-3-2-1 28:35 (The Troggs cover) 10. Dark Is the Bark 31:35 (The Left Banke cover) 11. Magic Hollow 36:00 (The Beau Brummels cover) 12. Soon There Will Be Thunder 39:15 (Common People cover) 13. Velvet Sunsets 41:42 (Music Emporium cover ) 14. Lament of the Astral Cowboy 44:26 (Curt Boettcher cover) 15. I Can See the Light 46:40 (Les Fleur De Lys cover) 16. Where Is Yesterday 49:53 (The United States of America cover)
Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds - Ghosteen (Full Album Stream) THIS MUCH I KNOW TO BE TRUE, the new feature film directed by Andrew Dominik, featuring Nick Cave & Warren Ellis, captures their exceptional creative relationship as they bring to life songs from albums Ghosteen and Carnage. Subscribe to the Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds YouTube channel here: 🤍 Find Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds on... Official website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter 🤍 Instagram 🤍 Spotify 🤍 Apple Music 🤍 Listen to Lovely Creatures: The Best of Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds here: 🤍 Part One 1 Spinning Song 2 Bright Horses 3 Waiting for You 4 Night Raid 5 Sun Forest 6 Galleon Ship 7 Ghosteen Speaks 8 Leviathan Part Two 1 Ghosteen 2 Fireflies 3 Hollywood Credits: Film by: Hingston Studio Directed by: Tom Hingston Animation and Visual FX by: Yusuke Murakami, Markus Lehtonen, Aislinn Clifford, Amanda Tooke and Tiago Higgs #Ghosteen #NickCave #THISMUCHIKNOWTOBETRUE
Headphones on…and…escape... Isolation Room - Headphone Surround Binaural mix #1 - for slow listening in the lockdown. Jónsi & Alex Somers - ‘Riceboy Sleeps’ + 'All Animals’ live Recorded live at Sydney Opera House with Sydney International Orchestra & Choir The 10th anniversary concert of the landmark ambient album from Sigur Rós frontman Jónsi and film composer Alex Somers, for the first time in a unique spatial audio mix, designed for headphone listening, and exclusive to the Isolation Room. Recorded at Vivid Festival’s world premiere, June 11, 2019. Riceboy Sleeps at Sydney Opera House represents the first time the album was performed in its entirety with orchestra and choir, in a performance to mark the release’s tenth anniversary. Orchestral arrangements were by David Handler, and featured many non-traditional sound sources, including whirly tubes, bags of marbles and broken glass. An additional programme of material from Jónsi & Alex’s only other release, All Animals, was also performed with arrangements by London Contemporary Orchestra’s Robert Ames, who conducted the orchestra and choir. Programme (90 mins): All Animals: Chapter One Chapter Two Chapter Three Riceboy Sleeps: Happiness Atlas Song Indian Summer Stokkseyri Boy 1904 All the Big Trees Daníell in the Sea Howl Sleeping Giant A response to the coronavirus crisis from longtime Sigur Rós co-manager John Best and sound designer David Sheppard, Isolation Room is a community space for artists around the world to share live or pre-recorded work from quarantine, all mixed in binaural audio for maximum listening experience. Isolation Room is an extension of John and David’s work together presenting surround installation work, as LOSS / GAIN, with the intention of presenting state-of-the-art high-end audio experiences to people locally, reducing the impact of artist and audience travel. Got something to share, get in touch: iso.room🤍lossgain.live. For news of future streams subscribe to the channel or sign up to our mailing list 🤍 For more from the amazing shows of the Sydney opera house visit their channel here: 🤍
Let’s breathe 🤍AlanWattsOrg x 🤍sigurros x Paul Corley // Listen to the 33 minute track via 🤍 Innerspace Music is a guided musical meditation method that combines classic teachings through guided meditations from the likes of Ram Dass, Alan Watts, Tara Brach, Jack Kornfield elevated with new contemporary music from Sigur Ros & Paul Corley, Tycho, Jeremiah Fraites of The Lumineers, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, Vivian Koch, East Forest, Superposition, Nailah Hunter and Badge Epoch. Through music scores intended to deepen the meditative state and connection to these words, our aim is to ease listeners into a new inner-experience and routine for their daily lives. #alanwatts #meditation #ramdass #tarabrach #jackkornfield #guidedmeditation
Sigur Rós – Stendur æva (Official Video). Stream Stendur æva here: 🤍 / Order the new album, Odin's Raven Magic here: 🤍 Sigur Rós with Steindór Andersen, Hilmar Örn Hilmarsson & María Huld Markan Sigfúsdóttir Additional performers: Páll Guðmundsson, Conservatoire de Paris Orchestra & Schola Cantorum Choir Filmed and Recorded in Paris, September 2004 Written by Jónsi, Kjartan Sveinsson, Orri Dýrason, Georg Holm, Steindór Andersen, Hilmar Örn Hilmarsson, María Huld Markan Sigfúsdóttir Produced by Kjartan Sveinsson Conducted by Árni Harðarson Mixed at/by Tobias Lehmann in Teldex Studios, Berlin ProTools operator and additional stereo mix Ansgar Wempe Recorded by Birgir Jon Birgisson, Paris Engineered by Birgir Jon Birgisson Mastered by Ted Jensen Edited by Birgir Jon Birgisson and Kjartan Sveinsson Composed in the 14th or 15th century Odin’s Raven Magic is an Icelandic poem in the ancient Edda tradition (Edda - a term that describes two Icelandic manuscripts which together are the main sources of Norse mythology and Skáldic poetry) its anonymous author clearly had an intimate knowledge of the Edda literature and mythology which alludes to a number of pagan motifs which are now lost. The poem recounts a great banquet held by the gods in Valhalla while they were absorbed in their feasting, ominous signs appeared that could foretell the end of the worlds of the gods and men. The album 'Odin’s Raven Magic' is an orchestral collaboration between Sigur Rós, Hilmar Örn Hilmarsson, Steindór Andersen and Maria Huld Markan Sigfúsdóttir which premiered 18 years ago at the Barbican Centre in London and is now finally almost two decades later being released. The performance honours the poem, dramatic and beautiful, classical and contemporary. A stone marimba was built especially for the performance by Páll Guðmundsson. Odin’s Raven Magic - the poem - had been relegated from mainstream ancient literature ever since 1867, when Norwegian scholar Sophus Bugge claimed it was a 17th century fabrication. This theory has since been toppled with literary and linguistic arguments and new research has concluded that Odin’s Raven Magic was indeed authentic and has finally been reintroduced to the Edda. Follow Sigur Rós 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍