Tag Archives: k.óla

POST-DREIFING ON REYKJAVÍK CULTURE NIGHT 2019 : ÓLAFUR KRAM & FRIENDS

we’re excited to announce one of three post-dreifing-organized events taking place on reykjavík culture night this saturday, august 24th. this first one is a show hosted by members of the band ólafur kram, who played their debut show at this year’s HÁTÍÐNI festival. performing along with ólafur kram are the following acts: supersport!, we are […]

OUT NOW : “ALLT VERÐUR ALLTÍLÆ” BY K.ÓLA

We proudly introduce to the world: K.óla’s debut mini LP, “Allt verður alltílæ”, meaning: “Everything will be okay”. The record spans 7 songs, 22 minutes, and it’s out today – available on spotify and bandcamp. The record mostly features previously released tracks, some of them reworked, but at least three pieces that have never seen […]

THIRD HÁTÍÐNI LINE-UP ANNOUNCEMENT DUE THIS FRIDAY

this friday (may 17th) we’ll add some new names to our already exciting bill for this year’s HÁTÍÐNI music festival, taking place in Borðeyri, Hrútafjörður on july 5. – 7. the announcement will be made on this page, as well as other post-dreifing media platforms in the afternoon this friday. we would like to stress […]

SECOND LINE-UP ANNOUNCEMENT FOR HÁTÍÐNI 2019 IS HERE

The second wave of line-up announcements, for artists due to play our music festival HÁTÍÐNI, is here! The festival takes place in Borðeyri, Hrútafjörður, in the north-west of Iceland over the first weekend of july this year. The festival is a collectively organized, non-profit, non-commercial, DIT event. Read more about it here. The line-up is […]

FIRST LINE-UP ANNOUNCEMENT FOR HÁTÍÐNI 2019 IS HERE

We are very proud to announce the first round of artists due to perform at our music festival, HÁTÍÐNI, this year. The festival will take place in the old elementary school of tiny town Borðeyri in Hrútafjörður, in the north-west of Iceland over the first weekend of July (July 5.-7.). We are also proud to […]

OUT NOW: “Í glimmerheimi” by GRÓA

“Í Glimmerheimi” is GRÓA’s second LP, following up their self-titled debut, released in April 2018. Since then, the members of GRÓA have been catching a lot of heat, and their sound has never been fresher. Made up of two sisters and their best friend, aged 16-17, their quite frequent performances in and around Reykjavík have […]