Höfnin Hljómar Electronic Music from Iceland

Canadian Label Yatra-Arts released a unique CD at the Iceland Airwaves festival this October: Höfnin Hljómar, Sounds of the Harbour, a compilation Icelandic electronic music. The concept is the brain child of Yatra-Arts founder Praveer Baijal who co-produced it with Toronto’s William Blakeney. The compilation is a snapshot of what’s happening at fringes of the Icelandic electronic scene at the moment.

Reptilicus is pleased to be part of the project in the illustrious company of Gjöll, Björk Viggósdóttir, Auxpan, Jóhann Eiríksson, Inside Bilderberg, AMFJ, Stereo Hypnosis, Jónas Sen, Sigtryggur Berg Sigmarsson, Þóranna Björnsdóttir, Þorkell Atlason and Rúnar Magnússon. Our pleasure is not diminished by the fact that an excerpt of our live cooperation with Auxpan from 12 Tónar is included.

Be sure to check it out — distribution in Iceland by 12 Tónar. You can hear our track, It’s Lovely to be Appreciated, here:

Hofnin hljomar


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