From Iceland — Happening Today: 'Arctic Take One' At Mengi

Happening Today: ‘Arctic Take One’ At Mengi

Published July 8, 2016

Happening Today: ‘Arctic Take One’ At Mengi
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Kristján Hrannar

We only have one chance to stop climate change. That’s the concept Kristján Hrannar wants to drive home on his album ‘Arctic Take One’. The songs are all named after places in the Arctic affected by climate change, and the album was improvised and recorded on the spot, with no re-dos. Kristján will be performing this album live at experimental music venue Mengi.

At Mengi on Friday, July 8 at 20:00 — Admission: 2,000 ISK 

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