Sólveig Matthildur celebrates release of new album with a concert

13 Mar Icelandic artist Sólveig Matthildur will be performing her new and second album, Constantly in love at Gaukurinn in central Reykjavik this Saturday.

Klemens Hannigan, Einar Hrafn Stefánsson and Matthías Tryggvi of Hatari.

Hatari's drummer is the son of Iceland's ambassador to the UK

6 Mar Hatari's family ties lead directly to the Icelandic ministry of foreign affairs, RÚV reports. If the dark techno presentation of hate offends Israel they at least have plenty of diplomatic connections to help them out of trouble.

Hatari are already receiving strong criticism in the Israeli press.

"Europe will look into a mirror"

4 Mar Hatari, the cyber goth-techno band that will be representing Iceland at the Eurovision song say the next step in their plan is to present Hatari and their views to Israeli media. Hatari has already received strong criticism in the Israeli press.

Catch Kælan mikla on Friday night.

Kælan mikla in concert tomorrow night

24 Jan On Friday January 25th dark wave band Kælan mikla will perform at Gaukurinn to celebrate the release of their new album.

Kenneth Balys, Theódóra Björk Guðjónsdóttir, Bjarki  Þór Guðmundsson organisers of Reykjavik Goth Night.

Weekend: "Goth is beauty and goth is freedom"

29 Jun Reykjavik Goth night is an Icelandic goth club held every few months in Reykjavik. It features prominent artists and DJ's from the goth, darkwave, industrial and death metal scene and are popular with the city's underground crowd.

Kælan Mikla:  Sólveig Matthildur Kristjánsdóttir, (bottom left)  Laufey Soffía Þórsdóttir (left) and Margrét Rósa Dóru og Harrysdóttir (right).

The Cure's Robert Smith invited Kælan mikla to perform at Meltdown Festival

11 Apr 2018 "We thought this was some sort of scam," says Sólveig Matthildur Kristjánsdóttir, one of the three members of Icelandic darkwave band Kælan mikla. They received an email with a personal letter from Robert Smith, singer, guitarist and songwriter of The Cure asking them whether they could perform at the upcoming Meltdown Festival in London in June.

Hafsteinn Michael Guðmundsson, artist and musician.

Sinister and glorious melodies at Hlemmur Square tonight

6 Dec 2017 Hafsteinn Michael is a renowned artist in Iceland and has been performing with legendary experimental band Inferno 5 for a few years. Fewer people know his solo work under the name of Rafsteinn, described as "sinister yet glorious dark wave ditties delivered with the demeanour of a contract killer."

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