Skip to content


9 thoughts on “ The Day Microphones Came To Live - Sigtryggur Berg Sigmarsson - A Little Lost (CD, Album)

  1. Sigtryggur Berg Sigmarsson. Social Harmony. Sofia Jernberg. Soopa. Sote During her five day stay, Rojin worked with Épong as they put together a live show, while Jonathan, Pieter-Jan, Dietger, and I prepared the visuals for the event. We had a little talk with them after one of their gigs just around the corner from Café Central.
  2. Sigmar Berg (born , Austria) is an entrepreneur, artist, photographer, and fashion designer best known for the Lovetuner®, a mindfulness tool that seeks to bring personal healing to the user via the hz frequency, also known as the love frequency. Berg is also the founder of +Beryll, a luxury accessory company that specializes in designer sunglasses and other lifestyle accessories.
  3. Blue tape. All sounds recorded and mixed between – Comes with a 48 page book with drawings. These drawings were made during a performance in Ghent ().
  4. "Icelandic musician (now based in Hannover, Germany) Sigtryggur Berg Sigmarsson has been a longtime member of the band Stilluppsteypa. Since some time he has been releasing solo works as well, with albums on Trente Oiseaux, ERS and Fire Inc already out. This is his new solo album, and the best example of the variety of his musical talent. A Little Lost contains three lengthy tracks, one.
  5. This issue of mss meesterd collects over colab drawings by dennis tyfus and sigtryggur Berg sigmarsson, which were done in 2 days! this issue is way thicker than the other issues of mss meesterd, it's printed on newspaper paper and is glued together for extra pleasure! it was made in conjunction with the yearly BRUISMELK festival at.
  6. Ah, how blissful is the feeling when you realize that after two minutes of playing a new record you know you’ve got pure gold in your hands: the discovery of a new place with magnificent roads to get lost in, only to examine every bystreet and alley of it and to keep the place close to your heart. Nothing less than a coup de foudre - this was exactly the case when I first listened to year.
  7. Having been lost in a wilderness of real life, I’d like to offer up a long overdue rumination on a recentish rerelease of Sunroof!’s Rock Power. Originally a European tour CD-r from way back in via the Rural Electrification Program label, it is now available on the inconvenient as fuck format known as vinyl.
  8. Oct 20,  · Sigmarsson’s track, “I Am The Cello”, runs 19+ minutes and consumes the entire B side and is a bit of a surprise, lacking the experimentalism I’ve come to associate with his music (OK, maybe there’s a bit on the second half of the song).

Leave a Comment