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Grapevine TV – EPISODE ONE!

Grapevine TV – EPISODE ONE!

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Published October 16, 2010

So check this out: we’ve got a small camera crew running around the good festival, and they have been busy interviewing folks, recording bands and generally getting all crazy with their cameras.
They are making short clips for us. We’re calling it Grapevine TV (yeah, we know. Sorry. It’s been a loooooong week) and you can see that shit RIGHT HERE!
As always, log on again later for more Grapevine TV and more FUN!
Love,
your friends at Grapevine HQ

GrapevineTV Airwaves 2010 episode 1 from Raven Films on Vimeo.


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VIDEO: The Essence Of Icelandic Christmas

VIDEO: The Essence Of Icelandic Christmas

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Like most decent Reykjavikings,  Grapevine’s friend Kormákur Arthursson hung out in 101 Reykjavík on December 23rd. His trusty smartphone in hand, the rascal managed to catch the essence of what being an (non-empoverished-diseased-or-otherwise-troubled) Icelander at that particular  time of year. Seeing this, anyone who’s been will want to go back. Anyone who hasn’t will want to go. And anyone who was there a couple days ago will feel oddly nostalgic for that stressful, beautiful, foul-smelling time of year. Merry Christmas, again, from Your Friends At The Reykjavík Grapevine

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Video: Post-Set Breakdown With Döpur

Video: Post-Set Breakdown With Döpur

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We caught up with Krummi Björgvinsson and had a chat about his new project, Döpur. Krummi is notorious for his outstanding work with Mínus, gothic industrial powerhouse Legend, and rock supergroup Esja. Döpur sees the man treading new ground… This is part of a video series called “Post-Set Breakdown” in which we team up with Music Reach to interview musicians after their gig. — See Also: Seven New Projects To Catch This Airwaves  

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The Best Of What We Saw At Iceland Airwaves 2014

The Best Of What We Saw At Iceland Airwaves 2014

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Iceland Airwaves 2014 came and went, and oh what a blast it was (it was. It’s crazy. You should come next year). We very much like the Iceland Airwaves festival. Indeed, every year since 2005, we’ve operated a gargantuan team dedicated to reviewing EVERY SHOW by EVERY BAND on the official festival schedule. Through the years, this has proved a fun and often rough process that has resulted in some great writing, several nice quotes for a band’s press kit, a few broken hearts, several heated phone calls and more than one death threat (including that time in the late

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The Accidental Airwaves

The Accidental Airwaves

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A press pass fell in my lap unexpectedly and I felt compelled to go to the Airwaves festival. Although the pass fell too late for me to catch the only worthwhile show at the festival this year, the one that had Kontinuum following Momentum, who performed after Svartidauði, who, in turn came on after Ophidian I, I still got to see some truly memorable stuff this year. Some by design, and some through pure happenstance. What follows is my recollection: Wednesday to get my groove on On Wednesday afternoon I happened by Bar 11, where Future Figment were playing some

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I Jam Econo

I Jam Econo

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My word, what a daze. I felt a lasting, dull sensation in my ring finger this morning, almost a muscular latency, having woken up hungover on my mattress, which has been placed on the floor for my optimal comfort. Maybe it’s the beginnings of carpal tunnel syndrome, I don’t know. As you can imagine, I drank, and drank, and drank yesterday (that was Saturday) (meh, who cares) after some Airwaves fun. Not to the point of becoming a burden on my company, but a pleasant fuzz, a blur, which resided in me until about… I want to say… three in

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In The Company Of Men Release Their First Music Video

In The Company Of Men Release Their First Music Video

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Mathcore-hardcore band In The Company Of Men just released their first video! Ever! The video to song “Lost In Black” from the album ‘ITCOM’ features the band rocking out and moshing by themselves on a rooftop in 101 Reykjavík. Check it out! You can download ITCOM for free from the band’s bandcamp website. See Also: Oh, and FOKK YOU MATTI!!!!!! – Amsterdam Pt. 2 In The Company Of Cocks Are Pink Street Boys’ Enemy Band

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