1. christmas greetings from morr music & our icelandic friends!

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    directed by Alisa Kalyanova

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    • Dyad 1909 - Performance by Wayne McGregor; Music by Olafur Arnalds

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      • Hjaltalín - I Feel You

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        Subscribe to our YouTube-channel here: bit.ly/subscribeHJALTALIN Hjaltalín - I Feel You I Feel You from the album Enter 4 by Hjaltalín. Buy: hjaltalin.spinshop.com iTunes: http://smarturl.it/hjaltalin www.hjaltalinmusic.com Directed by: Snorri Eldjárn Snorrason & Hörður Sveinsson Post Production: Magne Kvam Producer: Steinþór Helgi Arnsteinsson Editing: Helgi Jóhannsson Cinematography: Anton Smári Gunnarsson AC: Baldvin Vernharðsson Gaffer: Gísli Bergur Sigurðsson Grip: Guðmundur Helgason Costumes: Harpa Einars (Ziska) Hair & Make Up: Margrét Sæmundsdóttir PA: Grétar Amazeen Dancers: Ásrun Magnúsdóttir & Védís Kjartansdóttir Thanks : Búi Baldvinsson, Kukl, Stúdíó Sýrland, Rebekka Bryndís Björnsdóttir, Berglind Pétursdóttir, Dúnn, Erla María Lárusdóttir, Aftur, Fanní Varga, Hrafnhildur Sunna Shot in September 2013 in Reykjavík, Iceland.

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        • Kira Kira - Bless

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          Bless by Icelandic musician Kira Kira from her album Our Map to the Monster Olympics. Guest singer Sindri Már Sigfússon, Eiríkur Orri Ólafsson on trumpet and Alex Somers on piano. Video by Overture. More info: www.myspace.com/trallaladykirakira www.this.is/kirakira www.vimeo.com/opertura

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          • Olafur Arnalds - Endless

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            Work in progress by Alan Lucien Oeyen and music by Olafur Arnalds

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            • Hjaltalín - Crack In a Stone

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              Please follow Hjaltalín on Vimeo. Subscribe to our Youtube channel here: bit.ly/subscribeHJALTALIN Hjaltalín - Crack In a Stone Crack In a Stone from the album Enter 4 by Hjaltalín. NEW SINGLE, OUT NOW!!! Buy on iTunes: smarturl.it/qsgma1 Buy 7" vinyl: http://bit.ly/16Y7fLE www.hjaltalinmusic.com Director: Yoonha Park - www.yoonhapark.com Producer: Rebekka Bryndís Björnsdóttir AD: Harpa Elísa Þórsdóttir Cinematographer: Árni Filippusson 1st AC/Focus Puller: Þór Elíasson Gaffer: Siggi Bahama Make-up/Hair: Flóra Karítas Buenaño PA: Berglind Pétursdóttir, Steinþór Helgi Arnsteinsson Many thanks: Birgir Jón Birgisson Sveinn Helgi Halldórsson Atli Bollason Kukl Sagafilm Harlem Shot January 2013 in Sundlaugin Studio.

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              • SÓLSTAFIR "LÁGNÆTTI" (Official Video)

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                Winner of Best Music Video at the 2015 Hlustendaverðlaunin (Listener's Choice Awards) in Reykjavík, Iceland. 2.6.15 From filmmakers Bowen Staines and Gunnar B. Guðbjörnsson (Sólstafir, ‘Fjara’; The Vintage Caravan, ‘Expand Your Mind’; Skálmöld, ‘Gleipnir’; Ólafur Arnalds, ‘Living Room Songs’ and “Where’s The Snow?!”), comes a brand new music video for Iceland’s masters of psychedelic metal, Sólstafir. The video is for the song, ‘Lágnætti’, from Sólstafir’s critically acclaimed new album, ÓTTA. —OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE— The conceptualization for the video began in May of 2014 and started production in late July. The entire nine and a half-minute video was shot over the course of two twenty-hour days in Iceland’s West Fjörds, with a production crew of less than five people. Although the core of ‘Lágnætti’ was shot on the Canon 60D and 550D, a wide variety of cameras were used, including: the Canon 5D, three GoPro Hero3s, a Krasnogorsk K-3 16mm, and an Apple iPhone 5. The film was then flown across the Atlantic to Toronto, Ontario, where I edited it over the next two months. Care was taken to preserve the feeling of the song and lyrics, as well as the atmosphere of the location we chose to shoot: a fjord, Kollafjörður, about 20 minutes from Hólmavík. With a history of several rather “post-production heavy” music videos under our belt up to this point, I thought it very important to make this new video free of any special effects or post-production hoodwinks – relying instead on the location to supply its own special effects. Indeed, the fjord supplied her own special effects... in the form of these beautiful, white seeds that constantly fluttered through our set, two perfect, sunny days for the duration of the production, and last but not least, the Arctic Tern. A large portion of the video was shot bordering the largest Arctic Tern nesting ground in the area – and anyone who’s spent time around these birds knows how aggressive, comically bad-tempered, and noisy they can be. The words “production halting” also come to mind, as nearly every take started and ended with one angry tern after another swooping into frame, hell-bent on snatching eyebrows off someone’s face. They were also comically un-fond of our camera drone, constantly dive-bombing the propellers, and forcing us to pull out of countless shots early for fear of seeing half a dozen injured animals, as well as the investment of our dear friend Arnar at Dronefly.is go crashing into the ocean. In the end, these birds played a much larger part in the video than either Gussi or I had intended, and definitely for the good. In my opinion, the birds are an unintentional, but vividly endearing character – an unplanned element that truly brings Kollafjörður to life. Another somewhat unintentional character in ‘Lágnætti’, is this late-60’s GAZ model - the grumpy (yet sensitive), bright red DIY project, fondly known only as “The Russian”. Cobbled together over the years with various parts from all over the globe, this unique vehicle played a large role in the video, as well as lightening the mood on set whenever things started getting stressful. “The Russian” topped out at about 20kmh, and you had to manually hand-pump the gas from a metal can in the trunk, up a fuel line running over the top of the back seat. Never a dull character, “The Russian” exists to remind us all: “HAMINGJAN FELST EKKI Í NÝJUM BÍL”, or “HAPPINESS IS NOT A NEW CAR”. -Bowen Staines, Director 10.6.14 www.DontPanicIceland.com www.Season-of-Mist.com www.Solstafir.net —SÓLSTAFIR OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE— It is with great pride and excitement that we present to you the new video for our song 'Lágnætti'. The video was directed by the same directing team of Bowen Staines and Gunnar B. "Gussi" Guðbjörnsson, who brought you the amazing ‘Fjara’ video 3 years ago, so the standard was already set sky high. But it is our belief that we have outdone ourselves, with the help of the good people from Hólmavík and Kollafjörður in the West Fjords of Iceland. Enjoy!

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                • Dikta - What Are You Waiting For

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                  Screened at Protoclip Festival in Paris, www.protoclip.com/news-57-PROGRAMME-2012. The 12 year old boy in me always wanted to make a video with racing, fights and explosions. And when Dikta, one of the biggest bands in Iceland wanted a music video, I got the perfect chance to do so. helgi@draft.is

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                  • Hjaltalín - Feels Like Sugar

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                    Feels Like Sugar from the album Terminal by Hjaltalín buy at www.itunes.com/hjaltalin & hjaltalin.grapewire.net www.hjaltalinmusic.com www.myspace.com/hjaltalinband www.facebook.com/hjaltalinband Director: Rúnar Ingi Producer: Rebekka Bryndís Björnsdóttir & Steinþór Helgi Arnsteinsson Editor: Sigurður Eyþórsson DoP: Víðir Sigurðsson AD: Fannar Sveinsson AC: Guðmann Þór Bjargmundsson 2nd AC: Þorsteinn Magnússon Key Grip: Siggi Bahama Best Boy: Gunnar Gunnarsson Gaffer: Sigurjón Gunnarsson Colorist: Eggert Baldvinsson @Pegasus. Art Direction: Hjaltalín, Rúnar Ingi & Filippía I. Elísdóttir Costumes: Filippía I. Elísdóttir & Agnieszka Baranowska Hair and Make-up: Flóra Karitas Buenano Þakkir/Many thanks: Lilja Ósk Snorradóttir & Valdimar Ármann - Pegasus, Pétur Óli Gíslason & Saga Film, Kristján Sturla Bjarnason, Friðrik Þór Friðriksson, Rúnar Árnason og allir aukaleikararnir (við dýrkum ykkur).

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                    • Pascal Pinon: Twosomeness Album Teaser

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                      With album #2 about to drop, Pascal Pinon are about to enter adult life -- a point usually associated with drifting apart, forgetting dreams. These girls, however, seem to be going the other direction instead: they appear to be closer, even more of an entity of its own, more of a two-headed being, less lonesome, but twosome, unified in sound. Release Dates: Jan 20, 2013 (Worldwide) Feb 19, 2013 (US) https://www.facebook.com/pascalpin0n http://pascalpinon.com/ Live Dates: 31.10.2012 — Reykjavik (IS) — Iðnó (morr music labelnight at iceland airwaves) 01.11.2012 — Reykjavik (IS) — Iceland Airwaves Festival (@ Inspired By Iceland, The Smallest Iceland Airwaves Off-Venue, Ingolfstorg - 17.00) 01.11.2012 — Reykjavik (IS) — Iceland Airwaves Festival (@ Mánabar, Hverfisgata 20 - 18.00) 02.11.2012 — Reykjavik (IS) — Iceland Airwaves Festival (@ Kolabrautin, Hörpu, Austurbakki 2 - 16.00) Video produced by : Alísa Kalyanova

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