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Reykjavík Grapevine’s Podcast: Airwaves Monday Edition

Reykjavík Grapevine’s Podcast: Airwaves Monday Edition

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Published November 6, 2013

Poof! Five days packed with music, party and Grapevine Airwaves Podcast is now over. What a blast!
As we say goodbye to Iceland Airwaves 2013, there is still room for one more thoughtful, hopefully entertaining podcast from Your Friends At The Grapevine.

Naturally, Kraftwerk don’t go unnoticed in this last edition, but there are some other Germans worth mentioning too. The team’s personal highlights of this musical marathon are under examination. There are even a few words of wisdom from Grímur Atlason, the head of Airwaves, about whether he thinks his baby is becoming too big. Listen now in order to help your post-traumatic Airwaves blues!

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