When it comes to the Icelandic music scene, people would instantly associate it with Björk and Sigur Rós. But actually, there’s so much more than those two names in the Icelandic music scene, as it consists of a tremendous diversity that would blow your mind. This article written by co-editor Ralka Skjerseth will unravel many sides of the Icelandic music scene that you all should check out.
The darkwave/synth-punk scene keeps on emerging and the Icelandic three-piece Kælan Mikla are one of the remarkable acts that keep the scene going. Back on November 9th, the band released their third studio album “Nótt eftir nótt” under the Toronto-based label Artoffact Records. Earlier this year they have gone through a stellar journey by performing at high-profile stages such as Roadburn and The Cure’s 40th Anniversary, and now they’re striving for something even higher through this new release.