SOS – Sin Örvar Sóley

Sin Fang, Sóley & Örvar Smárason – Random Haiku Generator Sóley, Sin Fang and Örvar Smárason from Múm are collaborating on a new song each month throughout 2017. Random Haiku Generator is the first release from them and what a start. I’m dying to hear the next one already. Check it out guys. Wonderful.

SWIT’s Best of 2016: Top 10 (YANG).

I’ve gotten to know a huge amount of great new music over the past 12 months and it’s been difficult to choose 10 songs that stood out above the others. These tunes defined the year for me, it’s been a complete joy to get to know these artists and we’re really looking forward to hearing…

SWIT’s Best of 2016: Chapter 8

DTCV – Histoire seule (Xemu Records, Burger Records, La Souterraine, Lolipop Records) The Loch Ness Mouse, Bamboo (P-VINE, Inc.) Joasihno, Nuh Nuh (alien transistor) Andrea Schroeder, Little Girl (Glitterhouse Records) Sara Parkman – Fält (Hybris Rec) you + your d.metal friend, sonnier 6 (alien transistor) The Holy, Ramses The Evil Brother (Soliti Music) Ex-Otago, Cinghiali…

At swim two birds: ISAN

“analogue tone poems on the aural autobahn between Denmark and England…” ISAN are Robin Saville and Antony Ryan. Robin is based in England and Antony resides in Denmark.Here are two beautiful pieces from their latest LP “Glass Bird Movement”- the title track, plus new single “Parley Glove”. Max Hattler and the animation students at the…

Go on ya boy ya up the Eiger, listen to Sequoyah Tiger

Well, it’s 3 for 3 , here’s Sequoyah Tiger with “Five Chants” & “Hey Paul Anka” from super EP “Ta-Ta-Ta-Time”, which is out on Morr Music. Sequoyah (for it is she) hails from Verona, sweet Verona. The EP was released on April Fools Day. And guess what, you’d be a fool not to have a…

Interview with Maggi from amiina

amiina’s new LP, Fantômas, was originally written as the soundtrack for a centenary screening of Louis Feuillade’s famous 1913 film serial of the same name. It premiered in Paris at the magnificent Théâtre du Châtelet, where amiina, together with musicians James Blackshaw, Tim Hecker, Loney Dear and Yann Tiersen, took part in a special Halloween…

Here comes Sin Fang, back again like a boomerang

Here’s the first of three Morr Music posts on SWIT’s Super Saturday. [You forgot “soaraway”. Ed.] Take away the beautiful new single, “Lost Girls”, by Iceland’s Sin Fang from the album ‘spaceland’, plus the classic track “clangour and flutes”. Beautiful. I think hardly a day goes by now on SWIT when we don’t come into contact with…

Between Notwist and Rayon: Interview with Markus Acher

Hi Markus, thanks so much for taking the time to answer some questions for us again! Why did you decide now was the right time to release a live album? When we play concerts, we like to re-arrange our songs and slowly change them, and because some of them became really different over the years, some…

Interview with Stefanie Böhm of Ms. John Soda

Ms. John Soda is Stefanie Böhm and Micha Acher. They released their third album “Loom” in 2015 on Morr Music after a long break (their previous LP “Notes and the Like” was out in 2006). Loom is a warm, genuinely beautiful piece of electronica and probably my favourite record of last year. I was delighted…

Interfew with Florian Kreier of Angela Aux & Aloa Input

Florian “Flo” Tobias Kreier is a genius, he is everything and nothing, –  poet, author, musician and journalist. He’s up all night to get lucky, he’s everywhere and nowhere, he is the son and daughter of Schrödinger, he is the box the box the box. He is Angela Aux and Aloa Input, a son of…