A score of high Nordic drama from unreleased Sigur Rós material, as well as multitracks of chosen songs from the band’s catalogue. The music was premiered at Nordur og nidur festival, to soundtrack choreographed performances from the Iceland Dance Company.
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I'm loving the Liminal releases so far, both volumes have been lovingly curated and are both inspired and inspiring in their beauty.
Eagerly looking forward to hearing more volumes in the months to come... rikm
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The third volume in Sigur Ros' ongoing playlist is a stunningly beautiful and powerfully emotional collection of melodic ambient from the band themselves, and I'm truly impressed.
There's always been an ambient quality to Sigur Ros' work, and this release finds that quality highlighted and fully explored.
Highly recommended. rikm
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I heard Songs for The Little Boy previously in the year and it links in really well between the sounds of Sigur Ros and Riceboy Sleeps by Jonsi and Alex, experimental and music you can dream to whilst wide awake. From this kind of music you couldn't wish for much more than that. crimsonbubbles