They are subtle in their presentation but powerful in their lyricism. Poor customer and support service. “I woke up at seven and it was so loud,” she exclaims, as she hunts for an elusive coffee mug.

Listen free to JFDR – New Dreams (Care For You, Taking A Part Of Me and more). Alongside a star-studded line-up of performers and DJs, they’ll be encouraging attendees to take action with Greenpeace and they’ll be hosting a series of cooking shows encouraging ‘better’ eating for yourself and the planet.Your essential guide to life, travel and entertainment in Iceland.Download Appening to find out about every single event happening in the greater-Reykjavík area Today.Copyright © 2003 - 2020 Fröken Ltd. All rights reserved.This website uses cookies to improve your experience. “It’s such an inspiration just because the whole world is watching and then there’s this incredible woman who’s not just an amazing composer—she’s also an amazing role model. I feel like I’ve had enough of just thinking about things.” She smiles. “The house was singing!

The recording radiates an understated power, pairing naive but graceful vocals with hyper-poetic lyrics. The first full-length score she produced was for ‘Agnes Joy,’ Silja Hauksdóttir’s tale of midlife-burnout and familial relationships that was released last year.


Her vocal delivers so much emotions and complied with her instruments very well.

Read and write album reviews for New Dreams - JFDR on AllMusic “We were definitely a bit stupid sometimes,” she acknowledges. Think Too Fast 4.

Refund still not paid. Released 13 March 2020. She’s already put out three songs from the upcoming effort—“Shimmer”, “My Work,” and “Taking A Part Of Me”—which each reveal a new … Maybe in ten years I’ll be fearless.”.Your essential guide to life, travel and entertainment in Iceland.Download Appening to find out about every single event happening in the greater-Reykjavík area Today.Copyright © 2003 - 2020 Fröken Ltd. All rights reserved.“I had to reconnect with the feeling of home and normal life and what everything meant to me.”.This website uses cookies to improve your experience. But this is something that Jófríður seems to have achieved in the last ten years through her hard work, creativity and dedication. Abuse of this feature may prevent future contributions from your account.Ákadóttir is pretty much the stereotype of an Icelandic musician: she recorded an album at the age of 14; she’s hopped from band-to-band, genre-to-genre in Reykjavik’s seemingly incestuous scene; and she makes arty, electronic music that evokes the scenery of her homeland. Looking forward, she has a clear idea exactly how she wants to flourish in the future:“I think I’ve been in this kind of phase for the last couple of years where I’ve been questioning—for good reasons, it’s quite healthy to do that.
“I was very proud of myself for how I did that in the end,” Jófríður says of this new area she’s exploring. JFDR is the latest project from Iceland's Jófríður Ákadóttir of Samaris, Pascal Pinon and Gangly. All the elements are soooo integrated.JFDR's breathy and muffled singing and with the vocal filters along with the loud synths cause her lyrics to be drowned out or unintelligible. New dreams & new sounds. Great vocals and varied production on this though I particularly enjoyed the bopier tracks like the closer. Either all Icelandic musicians have some of these elements, or the ones without them get brutally ignored by a music press looking for the next Sigur Rós. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish.Buy subscriptions, t-shirts and more from our shop right here!The Grapevine June Playlist: Daði, Mighty Bear, Joey Christ,Culture Night Will Be A 10-Day Long Festival,Icelandair Rejects Ballarin’s 7 Billion ISK Offer,Pubs To Close Over Weekend Due To Covid Rise,Being Black In Iceland: An Interview With Jewells Chambers,Third Season Of “Trapped” To Commence Filming,Highest Number of Domestic Infections Since April,VIDEO: Life Of A Hiking Tour Guide In Iceland. And then I came out of that and I was like, no it’s not, not everything is a big deal, you don’t have to worry about it.”.Jófríður definitely does not come across as worried.

11 tracks (40:03). Taking A Part Of Me 3.

Forget wellies and cramped tents – this year we’re enjoying festival season from the comfort of the sofa. Jófríður Ákadóttir, who performs under the stage name JFDR, sits in her house, in the midst of a storm that has shut down Reykjavík completely. Falls (No Wonder) 9. Her unplanned hiatus in Reykjavik has left her with itchy feet, it appears.Despite fewer performances and tours during this period of acclimatization, Jófríður has still been incredibly busy by most people’s standards—everybody’s but hers, it would appear. “But that’s okay. “I wrote the album when I was in a state where I felt that everything was important, that there had to be weight and meaning in everything. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last.fm. I Wish I'd See The Way You See Me 11. Booking cancelled. youtu.be/YV2MZibJvOM geannuleerde vlucht al op 10 Juli terugbetaald door luchtvaartmaatschappij maar e-dreams weigert te betalen.

Quietly thoughtful and with an easy charm, she seems a world away from the previous, more anxious version of herself—and in fact, this dissonance between the person who she was when she recorded the music and the person she is now irks Jófríður somewhat.“It’s interesting listening to music that you made years ago because that’s not who I am right now—I’m representing a story that happened a while ago. My Work 5. But despite her youth, the musician has a well-earned reputation as one of the hardest workers on the scene. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish.Buy subscriptions, t-shirts and more from our shop right here!Electric Dreams: Evil Suburban Kids – Make The Scene Great Again,Grapevine Playlist: Elín Ey, Hrim, Dirb & More,Icelandair Rejects Ballarin’s 7 Billion ISK Offer,Pubs To Close Over Weekend Due To Covid Rise,Being Black In Iceland: An Interview With Jewells Chambers,Third Season Of “Trapped” To Commence Filming,Highest Number of Domestic Infections Since April,VIDEO: Life Of A Hiking Tour Guide In Iceland,Grub & Grog: Bryggjan Brugghús Cooks With Beer, Glorious Beer.

Absolutely no support or Earlier this year she released a haunting new album, New Dreams.