Biogen Halogen Continues

Upcoming Albums
News Added May 26, 2017 Nina Kraviz's Trip label is releasing an album from Biogen on June 23rd. Biogen, AKA Sigurbjörn Þórgrímsson, was a pioneer in Icelandic electronic music, first as part of the hardcore group Ajax, and later as a founder of the Thule label, which released music from other Icelandic producers like Thor […]


News

Added

Nina Kraviz's Trip label is releasing an album from Biogen on June 23rd.

Biogen, AKA Sigurbjörn Þórgrímsson, was a pioneer in Icelandic electronic music, first as part of the hardcore group Ajax, and later as a founder of the Thule label, which released music from other Icelandic producers like Thor and Exos. (He also started a label called Weirdcore.) His own music was unpredictable and experimental, encompassing made-up genres like "sofatrance." He only put out a few records under the name Biogen, through Thule and Uni:form Recordings.

Halogen Continues, compiled by Nina Kraviz with help from Ruxpin, who gave her access to Þórgrímsson's archives, collects rare and unreleased material, some of which was first unearthed last year for digital-only Bandcamp releases.

"I picked the most idiosyncratic cuts that show his creative approach most brightly," Kraviz says. "Some of them are short cuts ending obnoxiously with a lot of temper, and others gorgeous atmospheric narratives—so deep and haunting that it feels like they are not familiar with a notion of time and dissolve slowly into the eternity."

The album will be followed by compilation of Þórgrímsson's ambient and experimental music on GALAXIID later in 2017.

Submitted By

Track list:

Added

A1 Irrelevant Information
A2 Lag 38
A3 Borealis
A4 Autofloat
B1 Lag 7
B2 Lag 24
B3 160 Techno
B4 Lag 9
C1 Bliss
C2 Lag 8
D1 Forever Is Never Again
D2 303 Ambient
D3 Halogen Continues

Submitted By

Audio

Added
Submitted By


Download Halogen Continues

No download links are allowed! Has it Leaked is not a download site. It is strictly forbidden to share links to albums via file sharing sites (Zippyshare, Torrent, Kingdom Leaks etc.), torrents or sites which themselves link to copyrighted files. Users who ignore this rule will be banned from the site. We only allow streams, videos and MP3 files which are intended for free distribution or as a promotional campaign made by the copyright holders. Read more about our policies.
Be the first to comment!
Leave a reply »

 

Leave a Response

Warning: If your comment includes an album download link or to an illegal download site, you will be banned!


Skip to toolbar