The Bridge Between Life & Death is a desperately beautiful record, with chimes, choirs and orchestral sounds echoing the lush landscapes of Reykjavik and beyond. An obscure, but valid option for the Mercury Music Prize [2013]“.- Gigwise

“Folk textures with a fragmented sense of electronics, ‘The Bridge Between Life & Death’ is worthy of comparison to the likes of Four Tet’s breakthrough album ‘Rounds’.” – Clash

“The Verge Of Winter carries an appealing ruggedness: those xylophones reverberate forcefully and the potential for the piano and strings to take a turn for the quaint is knocked back by the snippets of howling wind and the later obtrusive siren calls.” – Dummy

“Zoon lifts you out of your body to let you think about your life.” –
Electronic Sound Magazine

“This is the best Bristol/Icelandic combination this side of Massive Attack collaborating with Bjork.” – Data Transmission

“A fragile, organic masterclass in modern, classical leaning, electronic music production” – The 405

“an ambient masterpiece”Gogoyoko

“…a splendorous, intricate tapestry.”Igloo Magazine

“So restrained is the piece as a cohesive whole that the sensations it evokes recall those of being caught in a blizzardy moment of undiluted awe at the natural beauty of raging snowfall.” – Dots & Dashes

“…grandiose and beautifully haunting instrumentals” – Deftune

“An actually quite wondrous slice of wistful electronica.” – Dumb Bass

“Stunningly beautiful” – Harder Blogger Faster


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405 (II)        warmer climes

Gola zoon    Iceland Rev Online

disco belle 2            Perrier Gaits

dummy verge      Dots & Dashes

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