Bjarki Runar Sigurdarson, a very low profile, stay-at-home audiophile with acid influenced hypnotic music production. BJARKI is one of 2015’s most exciting artists and producers around. Releasing on Nina Kraviz’s label трип (pronounced; Trip).
In its 21st year, Nachtdigital has no plans to grow up. With playfulness at its root, the festival creates an environment in which performers and partygoers can let loose. Here’s our personal account of our first ever experience (inc. photos and videos) of Nachtdigital.
Today we are proud to present the premiere of Icelandic producer Bjarki “Here It Comes Can You Feel It 92 Hoover 2” – a track that is thunderous, mysterious and constantly keeps the listener in the dark until it damn well pleases.
It takes no greater pleasure than infectiously chanting it’s title at you over and over, like some sort of Berghain bred techno Pokémon. It’s easy to love but there is a greater treat over on the flip.
Nina Kraviz’s трип / Trip label reveals its second multi-artist double-pack ‘De Niro Is Concerned’, again taking its name from a dream scenario imagined by Nina Kraviz, to which the release has been conceived and programmed as a soundtrack.
Nina Kraviz kicks off her brand new label трип (or “Trip”) early in December featuring Terrence Dixon’s Population One alias, Steve Stoll of Synewave and Proper NYC fame, an archive moment from Icelandic vet Exos and fresh talent in the shape of Bjarki and Parrish Smith.