þriðjudagur, ágúst 31, 2010

Ane Brun covered Björk's "Jóga"

Ane Brun coverd Björk's song "Jóga" at the Polar Music Prize Ceremony @ Stockholm, Sweden on 30. August 2010. More about the prize here.
"Jóga" is 2nd song on "Homogenic" (1997).

Rockville Festival 2010 @ Paddy's @ Reykjanesbær 2-5. September: The Full Schedule

@ Paddy's

Dagskráin/The Schedule

Wednesday 1. September

0:30 – 21:00 Örvar

21:15 – 21:45 Myrra Rós

22:00 – 22:30 Johnny Stronghands

22:45 – 23:15 Fjarkarnir

23:30 – 00:00 Ástþór Óðinn

00:15 – 00:45 Reason to believe

Thursday 2. September

20:00 – 20:30 Nevolution

20:45 – 21:15 Klaus

21:30 – 22:00 Rökkurró

22:15 – 22:45 Lifun

23:00 – 23:30 Black Earth

23:45 – 00:15 For a minor Reflection

00:30 – 01:00 Endless Dark

Friday 3. September

20:30 – 21:00 Keanu

21:15 – 21:45 Dark Harvest

22:00 – 22:30 Bróðir Svartúlfs

22:45 – 23:15 Hellvar

23:30 – 00:00 Reykjavík!

00:15 – 00:45 Æla

01:00 – 01:30 Bárujárn

Saturday 4. September

20:00 – 20:30 Kallakór Kaffibarsins

20:45 – 21:15 Nóra

21:30 – 22:00 Valdimar


23:00 – 23:30 Orphic Oxtra

23:45 – 00:15 Berndsen

00:30 – 01:00 Who knew

Sunday 5. September

Rockville hangover-killer

21:45 – 22:15 Joanne Kearney

22:45 – 23:15 The Esoteric Gender

23:30 – 00:00 Hangover-Killer Bunny

Festival Pass: 2.500 IKR

1 Night for 1.000 IKR

Get your Tickets @ Faktorý @ Reykjavik or Paddy's @ Keflavik

mánudagur, ágúst 30, 2010

kimono on European Tour with Seabear 1-11. September 2010

kimono on a European Tour
Indie rock band kimono is going to tour in Europe, performing in Germany, Austria & Switzerland. Goal is to promote the European release of their 3rd Studio Album "Easy Music for Difficult People" (Kimi Records). Tour Dates:
GAS Tour with Seabear:

1.9.2010: 9 to 1, Munchen (DE)
2.9.2010: Szene, Vienna (AU)
3.9.2010: Südpol, Lucerne (CH)
4.9.2010: Viadukt, Zurich, (CH)
6.9.2010: Bett, Frankfurt, (DE)
7.9.2010: Tower, Bremen (DE)
8.9.2010: Chez Heinz, Hannover (DE)
9.9.2010: Hafenklang, Hamburg (DE)
10.9.2010: Talshock, Chemnitz (DE)
11.9.2010: Berlin Festival, Berlin (DE)


Robyn covers Björk's "Hyper-ballad"

Swedish singer Robyn covered the Björk song "Hyper-ballad" @ Polar Prize Ceremony today @ Stockholm, Sweden.
2nd song on Björk's Album "Post" (1995).
More about the prize here.
Robyn will perform @ Iceland Airwaves '10 Festival.

Steed Lord "One Good Reason" Official Video

"One Good Reason", a song from Steed Lord's upcoming album called "Heart II Heart". This new album will be released exclusively on Beatport 5. September 2010 & on other digital stores on 28. September.
The idea for the video was born @ a WeSC photo shoot last spring @ LA when WeSC Activists Steed Lord & Andrew Hardingham bonded on an air pumping bass level & decided to make a music video together. A few weeks later Andrew flew into LA to shoot for 2 days with Steed Lord.
The Steed Lord T-Shirt feat. in this video is available @ Steed Lord @ Bigcartel
Video Director: M.E.G.A
Editor: Eddie House
DOP: M.E.G.A + Egill Edvardsson
Stylist/Make-Up: Kali
Producer: New Crack City Records
One Good Reason @ Beatport
You can listen to "One Good Reason" & the others singles & remixes @ Steed Lord @ Soundcloud

Steed Lord "One Good Reason" from Steed Lord Steed Lord's Website

Steed Lord @ FaceBook

Steed Lord @ MySpace

Ljósanótt Concert @ Keflavík on Friday 3. September 2010

Útisvið við Ægisgötu @ Keflavík/Reykjanesbær
Friday 3. September 2010
Gilli gill og prófessorinn
Pascal Pinon
Elíza Newman
Retro Stefson & Raggi Bjarna
Bjartmar & Bergrisarnir


Song of the 179. Week: "Skeletons having sex on a tin roof " by Swords of Chaos

The 179. Song of the Week is the Swords of Chaos song "Skeletons having sex on a tin roof" of their début album "The End Is As Near As Your Teeth". The album was released on Kimi Records Label earlier this week.
Swords of Chaos members are Albert Finnbogason on electric guitar, Ragnar Jón Hrólfsson on double-kick drums, Úlfur A. Einarsson on howl, and Úlfur Hansson electric bass guitar. Úlfur Hansson recently toured as part of Jónsi's band (bass).


Buy the whole album @ Gogoyoko
Swords of Chaos @ MySpace

sunnudagur, ágúst 29, 2010

Interview with Björk in Svenska Dagbladet 27. August 2010

Björk interviewed by SvD Journalist Kristin Lundell
Björk is in Stockholm to receive the Polar Prize.
Published in Svenska Dagbladet 27. August 2010
Version in Swedish
You usually decline most awards you are offered - did you consider declining the Polar Prize as well?
My manager said this one was too much of an honor to turn down and that humbled me. I didnt really know it existed before, then I looked at the list of the people that got them before me and I have to admit it tickled my vanity... made me very proud ! I am kinda terrified of award shows though, I'm really bad at doing small talk with strangers. I thought those skills would develop as I got older but no luck.
What is your relationship with Abba?
Abba was one of the very few bands everyone in The Sugarcubes liked. We used to listen to them before we got on stage. Abba were massive in Iceland – bigger than The Beatles.
You have said that you are terrified of repeating yourself. Why is that?
Not sure. Boredom? Or maybe a low attention span.
But isn’t it stressfull to always have your head in the future?
Hmmmmm.... not sure. It may be it's just greed that drives me. A wish to reinvent the wheel? Or it's just about curiousity. Yeah, that sounds healthier. Let's say that; it is curiousity.
But do you always manage to realize the ideas that you have in your mind? Sometimes the contemporary world doesn't always manage to keep up to date with the futuristic brain.
No it is hard sometimes but part of the challenge is communicating with the real world – so that your work does not become an isolated utopia. If you get it right, it can both be relevant and forward looking. Unfortunately it's a challenge that is not always met in all areas.
What is it that you’re so eager to explore? The surrounding world or yourself?
Bit of both probably. I just need to feel that rawness in order to feel alive. I get claustrophobic in stagnation.
You have said it is important for you to create a positive energy with your music and creations. How come?
For me, I feel if there is a negative outcome – you didn't manage to complete the thing . You stopped half way through. Don't get me wrong, I adore dark stuff though – it is the fuel that gets you through to the end. But being only nihilistic on it's own always feels a bit teenage to me. I need more colors. I don't know if perhaps it has something to do with responsibility, some simple psychology. I have 6 younger siblings and at the end of the day, you have to get them all home in one piece. I feel if you aim for hope you get the whole scale of emotion on your way: despair, humor, sorrow, failure, optimism. If you are convinced from the start it aint gonna work out you get fewer colors. It will be less fun.
You are one of few artists who is very good at speaking about your music and relating to it in a theoretical sense. Is it important for you that your mind and emotions work together?
Thanks for the compliment! Usually I talk about my music when it is all done and wrapped up. Then it becomes an interesting process of trying to work out what actually it was all about. To be honest, it is a lot of guesswork. I drink a lot of cappucinos and then just jump into an interview and try to get through it. I don't talk about projects before I finish them – it would ruin it all. It probably comes across like I am aware of my mind while I'm making stuff. That's not the case. But time's funny like that. Like how you can read diaries years after you wrote them and you thought you were going through something endlessly complicated and later it looks so simple and obvious.
Twenty years ago you moved to London and since ten years you live in New York. Which sounds of the city do you enjoy?
It changes over time but right now I am really into wind and different angles of space between buildings: alleyways, crossroads where 3 streets meet and streets with or without hills.
Your music is very energetic. Where do you find your own energy?
From the tundra in Iceland, friends, space, music, silence, books, ocean, movies and swimming.
What do you do an ordinary day if you are Björk?
It really varies. I'm not too keen on rigid schedules. I feel too easily trapped. But the consistancies would be hanging out with my children and family. I also try to spend few hours a day outdoors. That always seems to level things nicely.
During the last couple of years, you’ve taken an active part in different environmental issues. Do you feel a responsibility to speak up?
I do actually. If I like it or not, there comes a pedestal with my job. It creates a peculiar energy, but since I have lived with the not-so-nice-side of fame I might as well use the good side for things I care about . We live in the 21st century and I feel there is an opportunity to initiate a creative relationship between technology and nature if we just want it. It wont happen by itself so we cant afford to not be bothered.
What does Iceland mean to your music? Just the fact that you had a tv-free month every summer must have done good for your creativity.
My parents didnt have a tv until I was about 10 and then it was only for 3 hours in the evenings. Every thursday and all july it was off. I feel the fact that there is so much space in iceland, it made at least my generation feel that each one of us was important . I also suspect the fact that we were a colony for 600 years, and have only been independence 66 years, made my generation the first one brought up by an independent nation. We had a lot to prove and a lot of history to write. But these are just my homemade theories, I'm sure if you ask someone else you'll get another answer alltogether.
Do you know where your next album will take you?
Yes, but I cannot talk about it. It would jinx it all. I'll talk about it, or at least give it a go, when the music is all wrapped up and ready to head out into the world.
Source: Unity/Forum of Björk's Website

Classic Icelandic Albums (CIA) # 13: "Ekki enn"/"EhgjI En:" by Purrkur Pillnikk

# 13
"Ekki Enn" or "EhgjI En:" (1981)
Purrkur Pillnikk
The punkrock band Purrkur Pillnikk released this album on 29. October 1981 on the Icelandic Gramm Label (Gramm 3). P.P. existed for about 18 months (1981-1982), but they were very active & released 2 LPs, 2 EPs & 1 live album.
In March 1981 the band was formed to play a gig with other school bands in the basement of their school, a gymnasium called MH (Menntaskólinn við Hamrahlíð).
refers to the latin word for pig Porcus; Pillnikk is a reference to the chess grandmaster Herman Pilnik from Argentina (German roots). First idea was to call the band Purrkur Pillnikk og Friðlarnir. But Friðlarnir was to similar with Fræbbblarnir, another legendary punk band.
Band members were vocalist Einar Örn Benediktsson (EÖB), Ásgeir R. Bragason on drums (previous he played bass), Bragi Ólafsson on bass & Friðrik Erlingsson on guitar.
Singer Einar Örn was the manager of the punk band Utangarðsmenn ("The Outsiders") @ that time. Back in 1977 when he was in England, he came in contact with the rise of punk music, e.g. The Clash & The Stranglers.
Because Einar Örn was managing Utangarðsmenn, P.P. was able to play some gigs @ Hotel Borg as supporting act of Utangarðsmenn. In the winter of 1981-82 they performed twice a week. The band played 63 gigs in the period 1981-82. In 1981 they supported Mark E. Smith's band The Fall on their Icelandic tour. In 1982 they toured in Great Britain with The Fall.
During the summer of 1981 EÖB toured with Utangarðsmenn in Scandinavia. When Einar came back, Purrkur Pillnikk could go to Sheffield in August 2001. They practised a lot & went to record the LP @ London.
The album was recorded in 50 hours @ Southern Studios (of Crass Records fame) @ London with the help of Simaen Skolfield.
LP "EhgjI En:" contains 17 songs.
Einar Örn's robust haranguing, a kind of Arctic Circle version of Mark E. Smith, is underscored with pithy, scrappy guitar riffs that rarely outstay their Pink Flag-style welcome, although the songs do blur together after awhile, according to Trouser Press.
All the info on the cover & the Icelandic text sheet is in phonetic transcription. "Ekki enn" means Not yet, it is also a song on the album.
About 1.500-1.700 copies were sold in Iceland.
For the Cover Art, a photograph by Arie Lieberman was (ab)used.
Album tracks
Side 1 (Purrkur Side)
1. Svefnpurkur
2. Nú ("Now")
3. Ekki enn ("Not yet")

4. Grimmd ("Cruelty", "Barbarity")
5. Gluggagægir ("Window Peeper")


6. Flughoppið
7. Vaterland
Side 2 (Pillnikk Side)
1. Nafn ("Name")
2. Hvað get ég gert? ("What can I do?")
3. Útilokaður ("Outlocked")
4. Undantekning ("Exception")
5. Vondur strakur ("Bad boy")
6. Án nafns ("Anonymous")
7. Ofhræðsla
8. Enn ungur en ("Still young but")
9. Draumur ("Dream")
10. Rotið
"Gluggagægir" & "Augun úti" Live footage from the documentary Rokk í Reykjavík by director Friðrik Þór Friðriksson.

The LP was re-released on CD by Smekkleysa Label in 1993.

Myrra Rós "Sail on" @ Åarhus

Myrra Rós Live @ Melodica, International Acoustic Festival @ Åarhus, Denmark (July 2010)
"Sail on" Video by Damien Priest

Myrra Rós @ MySpace

Amiina @ Iceland Airwaves 2010

Icelandic Quartet Amiina, now sometimes performing as a Sextet (with drummer Magnús Trygvason Eliassen & Kippi Kaninus), will perform @ Iceland Airwaves '10 Festival.
Amiina played their beautiful soundtrack to pioneer filmmaker Lotte Reiniger's animations of fairy tales @ Latitude Festival 2010

A new song "Over and again", of their upcoming album "Puzzle"

You can get song "Over and Again" if you register @ the renewed website of Amiina

Ólafur Arnalds Live Video & Interview by Manchester Scene Wipe (2010)

Ólafur Arnalds @ RNCM before his concert @ The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester (2010)
Video by Manchester Scene Wipe

Short Interview by Manchester Scene Wipe with Óli Arnalds

Ólafur Arnalds

New Mugison Song "Stingum af"

Mugison made a new song this summer
"Stingum af"


Björk in Pitchfork's Top 50 Music Videos of the 90s

Björk with 2 Videos in Top 10 of The Top 50 Music Videos of the 1990s
List was made by Scott Plagenhoef & published @ Pitchfork
"All is full of love" (1999)
Directed by Chris Cunningham

"Bachelorette" (1997)
Directed by Michel Gondry


Dr. Gunni @ Kolaportið Flea Market on Saturday 4. September 2010

Dr. Gunni is selling
Vinyls, DVDs, CDs, Books, Magazines, etc.
@ Reykjavik's Flea Market
Saturday 4. September 2010
between 11:00-17:00

Sudden Weather Change "The Whaler" Video

Sudden Weather Change
"The Whaler", a song of their 7" The Whaler

Sudden Weather Change - The Whaler from Dagur de'Medici Ólafsson

Sudden Weather Change @ MySpace

laugardagur, ágúst 28, 2010

"Backyard" Trailer

Trailer of documentary Backyard

Starring the bands Hjaltalín, MÚM, FM Belfast, Retro Stefson, Borko, Reykjavík! & Sin Fang Bous (now called Sin Fang) giving a concert in a backyard @ Reykjavik.

More about this was published in Grapevine Magazine, words by Rebecca Louder: Best Backyard Ever

Première on 10. September @ Bíó Paradís


The Weird Girls Project goes Mexico Par Avion

The Weird Girls Project
Concept, Artistic Director and Producer: Kitty Von-Sometime
Technical Director, Director of Photography, Editing and Post Production: Arnar Valdimarsson
Official Photographers: Ben Mathis / James Wyld
Theme song: "Par Avion" by FM Belfast
Kitty, a staff member at CCP Games, went on the employee run Fun Division company holiday to Puerta Vallarta, Mexico in April and decided that it was a prime opportunity to produce a piece whilst there, utilising the growing number of female staff in the company. 8 women who work at CCP had taken part in previous episodes of the Project and Kitty opened this to members of staff from the Shanghai and Atlanta office as well - building to 25 women who took part.
This Special took place under the usual constraints of the project: The women involved did not know what costumes or concept they would be taking part in. But unlike the standard Episodes the crew also had no preparation and improvisation was forefront. The other difference is that the filming took place in under 4 hours compared to 14+ hours on a standard Weird Girls Episode.

FM Belfast

Upcoming gigs in Reykjavík the next 2 weeks (August/September 2010)

Where to go for some good live music the next couple of weeks?
Saturday 28. August 2010
42 with Nögl, Nevolution, Bróðir Svartúlfs, Morning After Youth, The Vintage &Thingtak @ Sódóma, Tryggvagata 22 @ 22:00. Admission: 1000 IKR
Jagúar @ Venue (Jazz Festival) @ 22:00
kimono @ Faktorý @ 22:00. DJ Playmobil @ 24:00. Admission: 1000 IKR
Sunday 29. August
Jazz Festival - An exciting experiment for the whole family @ Nordic House @ 14:00. Free Admission
Thursday 2. September
Biggibix & Steinarr Logi @ Sódóma @ 21:00
Tamarin/(Gunslinger), Luv & Fist Fokkers @ Venue @ 22:00
Draumhvörf, Mikado & Two Tickets to Japan@ Faktorý @ 22:00
Friday 3. September
Moldun, We Made God & Wistaria @ Faktorý @ 22:00
Oki Doki Night @ Sódóma @ 22:00
Saturday 4. September
Ókind @ Faktorý @ 22:00
Ólafur Arnalds @ Havari @ 16:00

Melodica Acoustic Festival
Saturday 28. August 2010
Hemmi og Valdi
Jona Byron
Binni Rögnvalds
Jón Tryggvi
Friday Night Idols
Emma Ævars
Joe Dubius
Soffía Björg
Jakob Viðar Guðmundsson
Sverrir Norland

Café Rósenberg
Misery loves company
Myrra Rós
Kristín Bergs
Sing for me Sandra
For a minor Reflection
UMTBS Acoustic

Sunday 29. August 2010
Halla Norðfjörð
Hjalti Jón
Heiða Dóra
Daníel Jón
Steingrímur Teague
Sigurður Ásgeir
Johnny Stronghands

miðvikudagur, ágúst 25, 2010

kimono @ Havarí Saturday 28. August 2010 @ 16:00

@ Havarí, Austurstræti 6
Saturday 28. August 2010
Supported by
Hugleikur Dagsson
"Hver er maðurinn?" (Ókei bækur)
Svavar Pétur Eysteinsson (of Skakkamanage/Havarí) with Skakkakrepes - Pancapes
Havarí Program
14:00 Kveikt upp í Skakkakrepes pönnunni
15:00 Hver er maðurinn?
16:00 kimono
Kimono's Website
Listen 2 "Black", a song of kimono's 4th album "EM4DP".


Buy the whole album of kimono "Easy Music for Difficult People" @ EM4DP @Gogoyoko

Ólöf Arnalds "Crazy Car" Video

Ólöf Arnalds
"Crazy Car", a song of her new album "Innudir skinni"

Ólöf Arnalds @ MySpace

Sólstafir @ Iceland Airwaves 2010

New name for @ Iceland Airwaves 2010 confirmed: Sólstafir
"She destroys again"

Sólstafir @ MySpace
Iceland Airwaves

Björk's New Song: "The Comet Song"

Björk is Back
"The Comet Song" featured in the new Moomin Movie.
The song will hit iTunes on 6. September 2010.
Björk & record company partners are going to give all the funds generated by the track to UNICEF Pakistan childrens charities.


Gavin Portland Live @ Menningarnótt / Reykjavik Culture Night 2010 Video / Live Gig Kaffistofa, Nemendagallerí Listaháskólans 26. August 2010

Gavin Portland Live @ Menningarnótt, 21. August 2010
"Holy terror, hidden hand"
Gavin Portland.

Gavin Portland - Holy terror, hidden hand from pbp punk
A song from the album "Hand in Hand With Trators, Back to Back With Whores" (released February 2010).

Gavin Portland
Thursday 26. August 2010

Concert @ Kaffistofa, Nemendagallerí Listaháskólans @ Hverfisgata
Supporting Act: Fist Fokkers
Start @ 19:30

Admission: 500 IKR

þriðjudagur, ágúst 24, 2010

Ókind @ Faktorý 4. September 2010

@ Faktorý
4. September 2010
Doors @ 22:00
Start @ 23:00
Supporting Act:
Jón Þór, guitarist of the band Lada Sport,
plays some solo stuff

The guys are selling their old Album "Hvar í Hvergilandi" for 1.000 IKR that night
Free Admission
Ókind @ MySpace

Miri "Okkar" Release Concert @ Þjóðmenningarhús, Reykjavik 27. August 2010

Release Concert
@ Þjóðmenningarhús, Hverfisgata, Reykjavík
Friday 27. August 2010


Buy the album @ Gogoyoko

Miri Live @ Off-Venue @ Airwaves '09 Festival

Supporting Acts:
Bergur Ebbi Benediktsson
Snorri Helgason (of Sprengjuhöllin) & Loji Höskuldsson (of Sudden Weather Change)

Last concert for a while 'cause Ívar Pétur Kjartansson, Miri's drummer, is moving to Denmark in September
Admission: 1500 IKR
Doors @ 21:00
Miri @ MySpace

mánudagur, ágúst 23, 2010

"42" @ Sódóma Reykjavík 28. August 2010

The Creative Collective
"Forty Two"
Saturday 28. August 2010
@ Sódóma Reykjavík
The Line-Up:
Bróðir Svartúlfs
Morning After Youth
The Vintage
Doors @ 22:00
Start @ 23:00
Admission: 1.000 IKr
Age: 18+


Nögl Live @ Rock Bar Dillon @ Airwaves '09


Bróðir Svartúlfs


Free Futuregrapher Music

Free Futuregrapher EP's:

Futuregrapher @ MySpace

JMC Interview with Who Knew - Roteraupe Restgeraeusch Sessions: Live Videos

Who Knew interviewed by JMC

Roteraupe Live Session
Restgeraeusch Sessions

Restgeraeusch Sessions @ www.roteraupe.de
Who Know Tour Dates September - October
20.09. Düsseldorf – Zakk
21.09. Stuttgart – Schocken
22.09. Wiesbaden – Kreativfabrik (Schlachthof)
23.09. Rees-Haldern – Haldern Pop Bar
24.09. Hamburg – Reeperbahn Festival
25.09. Berlin – Sallys Festival
26.09. Dresden – Scheune
27.09. Leipzig – Conne Island
28.09. Jena – Café Wagner
29.09. Heidelberg – Karlstorbahnhof
30.09. Erlangen – E-Werk
01.10. CH-Winterthur – Kraftfeld
Who Knew @ MySpace
101 Berlin Label

Iceland Airwaves goes Akureyri / goes USA / goes UK

Yesterday I posted about Iceland Airwaves @ London again.
But there's more to say.
The festival is not only going south, but also west (USA) & north (Akureyri, the capital of the North).
Enjoy Bloodgroup, Endless Dark, Sjálfsprottin Spévísi & Buxnaskjónar for a special Airwaves warm-up show on Saturday 28. August 2010 @ Græni Hatturinn, Akureyri.
Free admission!

Iceland Airwaves
Icelandic Music
Campus Tour 2010

Iceland Airwaves hit 3 USA student campuses across 3 weekends in September.

Balladeer Helgi Jónsson will perform between 7-9. September 2010, playing his haunting, soulful harmonies for guitar and piano @ the Barnard College @ Hewitt Dining Hall from 6pm-9pm (7. September), Juilliard and SAB @ The Juilliard & SAB Café from 5pm-8pm (8. September), FIT outside Starbucks from 6pm-9pm (9. September).

Blues, folk and country artist Lay Low - “the Patsy Cline of Iceland” - will perform between 14-17. September 2010. Her first show is @ Farmingdale State College @ Knapp Hall @ 5:00pm on 14. September, then she will play LIU Brooklyn @ Blackbird Café @ 7:00pm (15. September) and CW Post @ Winnick Student Center @ 7:00pm on 17. September.

Last but not least, Mugison will play some dates the following weekend, from Drew @ Drew University in The Commons from 5-8pm on 20. September: NYU @ the Palladium @ 7pm on 21. September, and Rutgers in Stonsby Commons from 6-8pm on 22. September.

As an additional draw, celebrity Master Chef Hilmar Jónsson will bring the fresh, delicious seafood of Iceland to a cafeteria near you as part of the Icelandic USA campus tour. Cod, arctic char and even shrimp tacos will be on the menu.

Toggi Music Player

Toggi is working on a new album. You can listen to the 5 songs to be featured on the forthcoming album here:
Toggi - Singles by Medialux
Toggi @ MySpace