….waiting for winter to be finally over and longing for spring some much it hurts, wandering around In the Androgynous Dark once again with amazing Brambles…..
[It’s been a while since I wanted to share anything here, so I feel bit weird posting this, like I have to excuse or explain myself for my absence and than again, wondering why should I, totally weird feeling]
Source: SoundCloud / Kart Iisusov
“Kids Will Be Skeletons”
From Happy Songs For Happy People
thanks to liquidnight
oh hai tumblr
not sure if i’m even sorry for neglecting you recently but this spring is too awesome to be spent online 24/7 and i’ve been too busy to even think about it… anyway, just wanted to stop by to let you all know that i’m off to Frankfurt on Monday, will be there for two weeks so if anyone here is from there and have something interesting worth checking out to recommend or maybe even wanna meet me at their favorite park or gallery, please, do let me know! [u can reach me on my mail as well ;] There’s a possibility to spend next weekend in Berlin listening to marvelous Dictaphone @ Radialsystem on Friday, so if you live in Berlin I would love if you could show it to me from your perspective as well ;] I’m probably be tumblring even less then usual, but if you really miss me you can always track me down at instagram [if you don’t have one there’s statigram] where i was sharing some love from share conference that’s been going on for past three days here in Belgrade…
[p.s. i have tons of drafts will try to turn to queue some of them ;]
James Blake, The Wilhelm Scream
from James Blake, 2011
Laurie Anderson, Tightrope
from Bright Red, 1994
Max Richter / The Haunted Ocean I
from Waltz With Bashir directed by Ari Folman, 2008
Source: SoundCloud / max richter
Touch[ed] by Holy Other
[With U EP,Tri Angle, June 2011]
Source: SoundCloud / HOLY OTHER
So beautiful it hurts.
The fifth song of Ólafur Arnald’s “Living Room Songs”.
The fifth installment in my Living Room Songs series.
Violin: Margrét Soffía Einarsdóttir
Viola: Roland Hartwell
Piano, electronics programming, recording, mixing and mastering by Ólafur Arnalds
Shot and edited by Gunnar B. Guðbjörnsson
The first song of Ólafur Arnalds “Living Room Songs”.
The song is called “Fyrsta”, which means “First”. Because it is the first song of the series, but also because this piano theme was the first thing i managed to write while temporarily living in Los Angeles after weeks of severe creative block while trying to adjust to a new and strange place.
Violins: Gréta Salóme Stefánsdóttir and Margrét Soffía Einarsdóttir
Viola: Roland Hartwell
Cello: Unnur Jónsdóttir