available to stream for the first time, Von brigði was originally released back in 1998 as a remix album of our first album, Von. // stream + download: https://sigur-ros.co.uk/get/vonbrigdi/ The remix album features icelandic artists such as GusGus, Múm, Thor, Biogen and Sigur Rós themselves - share and enjoy!
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tónandi, the mixed reality collaboration between Sigur Rós and Magic Leap won “immersive reality technical achievement” at the d.i.c.e. awards last night. congratulations to the team: mike tucker, stephen mangiat, paul corley, sarah hopper, rony abovitz, rebecca barkin, elisabeth gonzalez, gianfranco nicolaci , dan lehriech, daren bader, john cannon, kjartan holm, russel dumornay for their endless work! https://sgr.is/2SBXJza / Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences
enjoy today, news soon. have a great valentine’s day https://sgr.is/2KKjwwg
frakkur vinyl test pressings. sign up for information via https://jonsi.com/frakkur-list #frakkur // Jónsi
Vogue looks at the Liminal soundbaths: “Hopefully our shows can move people and they leave in an altered state. Music can offer us these profound experiences in an instant, and so often when you least expect it.” #shareliminal // Paul Corley / Jónsi / Alex Somers / Sigur Rós photo: Billy Farrell / BFA
the live version of hafssól (aka hafsól) is markedly different to the original version of the song - released in 1997 on the bands first album “von” - listen to the original version via https://sgr.is/2S6e27i which do you prefer? have you seen the song performed live? #sigurroslive #sigurrosvon
von, the first Sigur Rós album was released in 1997 - join us shortly on our youtube channel to listen to the album together via the full album stream. the album is available to purchase via our Bandcamp store for the first time: https://ffm.to/sr_von
a liminal soundbath took place last night at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County as part of the #nightofideas - #shareliminal Paul Corley Alex Somers Jónsi Sigur Rós Liminal listen to the full 3 hour ambient mixtape via https://sgr.is/2MJTdIV
an hour of brand new unreleased Sigur Rós music added to Liminal, our “endless ambient streaming mixtape.” enjoy. https://ffm.to/liminal.ofp #shareliminal Sigur Rós Jónsi Alex Somers Paul Corley Kjartan Holm 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.
https://ffm.to/routeone_24.ofp on the longest day of summer 2016 sigur rós drove the whole way round iceland’s ring road, broadcasting the entire 1332km journey live on youtube. the soundtrack to this “slow tv” adventure was created using generative music software taking the multi-track stems of the sigur rós song ‘óveður’ and endlessly reinventing them to create new and unpredictable musical directions in real time. released today, the full 24+ hour version of "route one". // Krunk Records #routeone
Amuse talks to Jónsi about Fischer and concocting perfumes... https://sgr.is/2sJE2WM
in december we ran a competition for a signed “magic leap one creators edition.” in total we had over 9000 entries - last week the winner, derek, was able to collect his prize. congratulations to him! thank you to all those who entered! want to know more about tónandi? details: https://sigur-ros.co.uk/tonandi/ #liminal #shareliminal #tónandi Magic Leap Sigur Rós LiminalJónsi Alex Somers Paul Corley
liminal soundbath in los angeles, february 1st at Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County https://sgr.is/2suc2Xb "Jónsi, Alex Somers, and Paul Corley will present an immersive “Liminal soundbath” within the landmark north american mammal hall. listeners will lie on mats that radiate out from the musicians, transported by ambient sounds and a playlist adapted for the space that includes field wildlife recordings. the soundscape of liminal filling the hall as listeners commune with gray wolves, caribou, and polar bears, promises to be an unparalleled experience. sound bath tickets will be distributed onsite during the event at 6:30 pm on a first come, first served basis."
welcome to our 24/7 livestream. we're starting with the three volumes of Liminal and the three frakkur albums on a loop, as we progress more releases, teases, rare tracks and video will be added. subscribe https://sgr.is/sr_youtube
22° lunar halo // world premiere in taiwan from 13 to 28 april, 2019 this new dance piece by taiwanese choreographer and artistic director cheng tsung-lung from the Cloud Gate 2 - music by Sigur Rós and Kjartan Holm https://sgr.is/2ADFheK
Sigur Rós, formed january 4th, 1994. 25 years ago today. takk (a new ever-evolving 24/7 live stream: https://sgr.is/2FbkHVT )
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volume 1, 2 & 3 of Liminal available to buy at at 35% discount via our Bandcamp page: https://ffm.to/liminal.ofp - sale ends midnight PT on december 31st. volume 3 features an hour of brand new unreleased Sigur Rós music. #shareliminal Sigur Rós Jónsi Alex Somers Kjartan Holm Paul Corley
we've added an hour of brand new unreleased Sigur Rós music to @Liminal, our “endless ambient streaming mixtape.” enjoy. volume 1, 2 & 3 available to buy at at 35% discount via our Bandcamp page: https://ffm.to/liminal.ofp #shareliminal Sigur Rós Jónsi Alex Somers Paul Corley Kjartan Holm 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.
https://ffm.to/btr_klukk.ofp // / Card by ingibjörg birgisdóttir Of the many amazing performances that came together for Sigur Rós’s Norður og Niður festival last Christmas in Reykjavík, one of the best and least predictable was the standout contribution of the local hand-bell choir, Bjöllukór Tónlistarskóla Reykjanesbæjar, with their enchanting renditions of some of Sigur Rós’s most famous melodies. There was more to the performances than mere novelty: Bjöllukór Tónlistarskóla Reykjanesbæjar seemed to effortlessly embody and even enhance the magic and beauty of the originals, albeit through tremendous skill, hard work, and uncanny coordination. Krunk are happy to announce that Bjöllukór Tónlistarskóla Reykjanesbæjar have recorded their finest Sigur Rós covers and present them as Klukk – Sigur Rós in Bells. “Klukk” is Icelandic onomatopoeia for the sound a bell makes when struck. It is also used when tagging someone in the children’s game “It”; or can describe a raven’s call when rain’s on the way; as well as being the cluck of a chicken (“klukke” in Danish). Lastly there is an appropriately ‘jingly’ connotation that the word evokes, probably because of the similarity to “klukka” (clock). The artwork for Klukk – Sigur Rós in Bells was designed by Jonsí’s sister Ingibjörg Birgisdóttir, and features a visual representation of the sonic wave-form of a bell viewed through old camera lens. The arrangements for Klukk – Sigur Rós in Bells were prepared by Ingi Garðar Erlendsson, who played sousaphone with Sigur Rós as a member of Brassgat í Bala, the band’s touring brass section, on both the Takk and Með suð í eyrum við spilum endalaust tours. Bjöllukór Tónlistarskóla Reykjanesbæjar were conducted by Karen J Sturlaugsson, and the record was recorded by Ingi Garðar Erlendsson and Ásgeir Aðalsteinsson. Conducted by Karen J. Sturlaugsson Arranged and mixed by Ingi Garðar Erlendsson Recorded and mixed by Ásgeir Aðalsteinsson Recorded at Berg, Hljómahöll Mastered by Taylor Deupree (12k mastering) Artwork by Ingibjörg Birgisdóttir Performed by Bjöllukór Tónlistarskóla Reykjanesbæjar: Rangheiður Eir Magnúsdóttir Jón Böðvarsson Arnar Freyr Valsson Sandra Rún Jónsdóttir Þórarna Salóme Brynjólfsdóttir Sebastian Hubert Klukowski Margrét Vala Kjartansdóttir Ástþór Sindri Baldursson Arnar Geir Halldórsson Sigurvin Þór Sveinsson Bergur Daði Ágústsson* Þorvaldur Halldórsson** *Hoppípolla only **Sæglópur only All songs written by Sigur Rós - Birgisson, Dyrason, Holm, Sveinsson. Except Starálfur written by Birgisson, Gunnarsson, Holm, Sveinsson Published by Universal Music Publishing. p + c Krunk Records 2018