“It would be a cliche to recourse to the idea that Iceland’s treeless environment impacts on any music made by artists living there. But the plaintive baritone saxophone on Kremmerstrasse vividly suggests it does, as it plays out over voices that alternate between agitated talk and half-singing. These tracks could be brief extracts from films, their mood and tempo changing as the flicker from one to the next. The clarinet melody closing Zeit Heilt Alle Wunden is an almost direct reference to the vocal melody ending Warszawa on Bowie’s Low” (…)”








Read the whole review of the internationally acclaimed Komplex LP (Skálar001/Gruen126) by Roger Döring | Konrad Korabiewski – in the legendary The Wire – Adventures in Sound and Music Magazine (UK). Current July 2016 issue The Wire Magazine#389