In support of his upcoming album, ‘Bury The Moon’.
“When I first listened to you I was, absolutely, blown away and I felt like I had found my calling in life.”
On his new album, Ásgeir is fuller and bolder, more diverse and more vulnerable, all in the same breath.
Sideshows! Get your sideshows!
After an all-too-brief stint here over the New Year’s festival period, England’s uniquely ‘alt’ indie rockers, alt-J, kicked off their biggest Australian tour yet last night in Brisbane. In an evening that seemed to celebrate delicate and distinct male vocals, it seemed fitting that the soulful-sounding Mansionair would be given the honour of warming up
Icelandic crooner Ásgeir has been announced as the support act for Alt-J‘s forthcoming Australian tour. The singer will support the British band on all five dates of the tour which is due to kick off in Brisbane on Friday, 8th May. Ásgeir is no stranger to Australian shores having graced the stage at Splendour In
The Opera House is no ordinary venue. A show here is a pleasantly unusual experience. Discreetly smuggled vodka bottles are replaced with expensive glasses of champagne and the screaming, sweaty mosh are substituted with air-conditioned seating. The absence of distractions — like the unenviable task of clawing your way to the front of the crowd
triple j have released a short film, of sorts, detailing a top-secret meeting which took place between Breakfast hosts Matt Okine and Alex Dyson, and 40 notable triple j acts including the likes of Lorde, Skrillex and Diplo, to write “the ultimate triple j Hottest 100 song”. The clip shows the unlikely bunch, which also
Their biggest-ever Australian tour!
Icelandic singer and songwriter Ásgeir is set to return to Australia in a few months for Field Day and the upcoming Falls and Southbound festivals as well as his own 2015 solo sideshows and, after already selling out the first one, the 22-year-old has now announced a second Sydney solo show. Due to overwhelming demand
Icelandic singer and songwriter Ásgeir is set to return to Australia in a few months for the upcoming Falls and Southbound festivals and has now announced he will play two extra sideshows in January 2015 for Sydney and Melbourne audiences, as well as a set at Sydney’s Field Day festival. Ásgeir will play headline shows
Asgeir, Dan Sultan & more added!
After this morning’s Falls Festival 2014 lineup announcement, the official lineup for Southbound 2015 has now been announced, with big-name acts such as alt-J, Milky Chance, Jamie XX, SBTRKT and Glass Animals set to bring in the new year in style at the West Australian festival in Busselton this January. Southbound 2015 will be UK
Icelandic soloist Ásgeir dropped by triple j‘s Like A Version this morning to perform a beautiful down-tempo cover of Stolen Dance, the hit song from chart topping German duo Milky Chance. The nordic musician is currently in the country to play Splendour In The Grass this weekend. Ásgeir and his band slowed down the already
Icelandic wonder Ásgeir has expanded his maiden Australian voyage this coming June to include not just his slot at Splendour In The Grass, but also two headlining shows for Melbourne and Sydney. Ásgeir has been turning heads at an increasing rate since the release of his debut full-length album In The Silence. The disc left