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  • tónandi / a live liminal performance by jónsi, georg, paul corley, kjartan holm and alex somers will be streamed here on facebook from the los angeles event on december 6th at 20:30 pt / 23:30 et // december 7th 04:30 london / 05:30 paris / 13:30 tokyo / 15:30 sydney.

Magic Leap Liminal Paul Corley Alex Somers Jónsi

      

  • Tónandi Liminal Soundbath - Live from Los Angeles

      

  • https://sgr.is/liminal_mixtape // SIGUR RÓS’ MULTI-SENSORY MUSIC EXPERIENCE LIMINAL TO BE GLOBALLY LIVE-STREAMED

+ Live Liminal webcast from Tónandi launch event in Los Angeles 
Thurs Dec 6 at 20.30 PST 

For the First Time Ever, Fans Can Experience a Live Liminal Sound Bath at Home in Celebration of the Release of ‘Hour Three’ of the Endless, Ambient Playlist Sigur Rós raises the stakes on Liminal by adding brand new music to their ‘endless ambient streaming mixtape’ for the first time. Now in its third hour, the playlist has thus far comprised blissed-out versions of existing songs; contributions and remixes from friends and family; and a smattering of unreleased tracks and rarities. Bringing together solo-work and collaborations, Liminal takes the listener to the threshold of a place neither here nor there; a ‘Liminal’ space. 

For the latest Liminal release, the band reveals music and sounds to be found in Tónandi, their newly released spacial computing technology experience designed in collaboration with Magic Leap. The first couple of hours of the Liminal mixtape closely mirrors the recent live sound baths performed in Europe and America by Jónsi, Alex Somers & Paul Corley. This latest hour of Liminal is the first to feature only Sigur Rós material, with much of it being drawn from songs still in development.
 
Falinn
Lightseed l
Lightseed ll
Lykkjur (Kjartan Holm remix)
Sticky Lines (Paul Corley remix)
Isjaki (Kjartan Holm remix)
Blue Orb l
Blue Orb ll
Hellar (Paul Corley remix)
Far (Paul Corley remix)
 
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  • Bjöllukór Tónlistarskóli Reykjanesbæjar: KLUKK - Sigur Rós in Bells Available now streaming & download: https://ffm.to/btr_klukk.ofp

Of the many amazing performances that came together for Sigur Rós’s Norður og Niður festival last Christmas in Reykjavík, one of the best and least predictable was the standout contribution of the local hand-bell choir, Bjöllukór Tónlistarskóli Reykjanesbæjar, with their enchanting renditions of some of Sigur Rós’s most famous melodies. There was more to the performances than mere novelty: Bjöllukór Tónlistarskóli Reykjanesbæjar seemed to effortlessly embody and even enhance the magic and beauty of the originals, albeit through tremendous skill, hard work, and uncanny coordination.
 
Krunk are happy to announce that Bjöllukór Tónlistarskóli Reykjanesbæjar have recorded their finest Sigur Rós covers and present them as Klukk – Sigur Rós in Bells. “Klukk” is Icelandic onomatopoeia for the sound a bell makes when struck. It is also used when tagging someone in the children’s game “It”; or can describe a raven’s call when rain’s on the way; as well as being the cluck of a chicken (“klukke” in Danish). Lastly there is an appropriately ‘jingly’ connotation that the word evokes, probably because of the similarity to “klukka” (clock).
 
The artwork for Klukk – Sigur Rós in Bells was designed by Jonsí’s sister Ingibjörg Birgisdóttir, and features a visual representation of the sonic wave-form of a bell viewed through old camera lens. The arrangements for Klukk – Sigur Rós in Bells were prepared by Ingi Garðar Erlendsson, who played sousaphone with Sigur Rós as a member of Brassgat í Bala, the band’s touring brass section, on both the Takk and Með suð í eyrum við spilum endalaust tours. Bjöllukór Tónlistarskóli Reykjanesbæjar were conducted by Karen J Sturlaugsson, and the record was recorded by Ingi Garðar Erlendsson and Ásgeir Aðalsteinsson.

      

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  • julianna barwick - the harbinger (alex somers remix)

      

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  • liminal / festival of disruption

      

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  • sigur rós + magic leap - tónandi

      

tónandi / a live liminal performance by jónsi, georg, paul corley, kjartan holm and alex somers will be streamed here on facebook from the los angeles event on december 6th at 20:30 pt / 23:30 et // december 7th 04:30 london / 05:30 paris / 13:30 tokyo / 15:30 sydney. Magic Leap Liminal Paul Corley Alex Somers Jónsi

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