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Olof Arnalds

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BIRDENGINE
SPECIAL GUESTS
The Vortex Jazz Club
Tuesday 1 March 2011
Wednesday 2 March 2011

£11.50

 

In spite of her young age ÓLÖF ARNALDS has been active on the Icelandic experimental scene for many years. She played with electronica virtuosos Múm between 2003 and 2007, and her debut album ‘Vid og Vid’ was produced by Kjartan Sveinsson from Icelandic greats, Sigur Rós. Arnalds tells personal tales with a tender voice and leaves the impression of a classic troubadour with clear associations to early freak-folkers like Vashti Bunyan and Judee Sill or todays Joanna Newsom.

Her talent not only reveals itself in the variety of the instruments she masters, but also in her beautiful labyrinthine songwriting and mesmerizing solo performances. Ólöf’s voice has been singled out for high praise as “otherworldly” by The New York Times, “stunning” by SPIN, “remarkable” by the NME, “ethereal” by Vanity Fair and “impossibly lovely” by Paste.



Olof Arnalds

Olof Arnalds

BIRDENGINE
SPECIAL GUESTS
The Vortex Jazz Club
Tuesday 1 March 2011
Wednesday 2 March 2011

£11.50

 

In spite of her young age ÓLÖF ARNALDS has been active on the Icelandic experimental scene for many years. She played with electronica virtuosos Múm between 2003 and 2007, and her debut album ‘Vid og Vid’ was produced by Kjartan Sveinsson from Icelandic greats, Sigur Rós. Arnalds tells personal tales with a tender voice and leaves the impression of a classic troubadour with clear associations to early freak-folkers like Vashti Bunyan and Judee Sill or todays Joanna Newsom.

Her talent not only reveals itself in the variety of the instruments she masters, but also in her beautiful labyrinthine songwriting and mesmerizing solo performances. Ólöf’s voice has been singled out for high praise as “otherworldly” by The New York Times, “stunning” by SPIN, “remarkable” by the NME, “ethereal” by Vanity Fair and “impossibly lovely” by Paste.



Olof Arnalds

Olof Arnalds

BIRDENGINE
SPECIAL GUESTS
The Vortex Jazz Club
Tuesday 1 March 2011
Wednesday 2 March 2011

£11.50

 

In spite of her young age ÓLÖF ARNALDS has been active on the Icelandic experimental scene for many years. She played with electronica virtuosos Múm between 2003 and 2007, and her debut album ‘Vid og Vid’ was produced by Kjartan Sveinsson from Icelandic greats, Sigur Rós. Arnalds tells personal tales with a tender voice and leaves the impression of a classic troubadour with clear associations to early freak-folkers like Vashti Bunyan and Judee Sill or todays Joanna Newsom.

Her talent not only reveals itself in the variety of the instruments she masters, but also in her beautiful labyrinthine songwriting and mesmerizing solo performances. Ólöf’s voice has been singled out for high praise as “otherworldly” by The New York Times, “stunning” by SPIN, “remarkable” by the NME, “ethereal” by Vanity Fair and “impossibly lovely” by Paste.



Olof Arnalds

Olof Arnalds

BIRDENGINE
SPECIAL GUESTS
The Vortex Jazz Club
Tuesday 1 March 2011
Wednesday 2 March 2011

£11.50

 

In spite of her young age ÓLÖF ARNALDS has been active on the Icelandic experimental scene for many years. She played with electronica virtuosos Múm between 2003 and 2007, and her debut album ‘Vid og Vid’ was produced by Kjartan Sveinsson from Icelandic greats, Sigur Rós. Arnalds tells personal tales with a tender voice and leaves the impression of a classic troubadour with clear associations to early freak-folkers like Vashti Bunyan and Judee Sill or todays Joanna Newsom.

Her talent not only reveals itself in the variety of the instruments she masters, but also in her beautiful labyrinthine songwriting and mesmerizing solo performances. Ólöf’s voice has been singled out for high praise as “otherworldly” by The New York Times, “stunning” by SPIN, “remarkable” by the NME, “ethereal” by Vanity Fair and “impossibly lovely” by Paste.



Olof Arnalds

Olof Arnalds

BIRDENGINE
SPECIAL GUESTS
The Vortex Jazz Club
Tuesday 1 March 2011
Wednesday 2 March 2011

£11.50

 

In spite of her young age ÓLÖF ARNALDS has been active on the Icelandic experimental scene for many years. She played with electronica virtuosos Múm between 2003 and 2007, and her debut album ‘Vid og Vid’ was produced by Kjartan Sveinsson from Icelandic greats, Sigur Rós. Arnalds tells personal tales with a tender voice and leaves the impression of a classic troubadour with clear associations to early freak-folkers like Vashti Bunyan and Judee Sill or todays Joanna Newsom.

Her talent not only reveals itself in the variety of the instruments she masters, but also in her beautiful labyrinthine songwriting and mesmerizing solo performances. Ólöf’s voice has been singled out for high praise as “otherworldly” by The New York Times, “stunning” by SPIN, “remarkable” by the NME, “ethereal” by Vanity Fair and “impossibly lovely” by Paste.



Olof Arnalds

Olof Arnalds

BIRDENGINE
SPECIAL GUESTS
The Vortex Jazz Club
Tuesday 1 March 2011
Wednesday 2 March 2011

£11.50

 

In spite of her young age ÓLÖF ARNALDS has been active on the Icelandic experimental scene for many years. She played with electronica virtuosos Múm between 2003 and 2007, and her debut album ‘Vid og Vid’ was produced by Kjartan Sveinsson from Icelandic greats, Sigur Rós. Arnalds tells personal tales with a tender voice and leaves the impression of a classic troubadour with clear associations to early freak-folkers like Vashti Bunyan and Judee Sill or todays Joanna Newsom.

Her talent not only reveals itself in the variety of the instruments she masters, but also in her beautiful labyrinthine songwriting and mesmerizing solo performances. Ólöf’s voice has been singled out for high praise as “otherworldly” by The New York Times, “stunning” by SPIN, “remarkable” by the NME, “ethereal” by Vanity Fair and “impossibly lovely” by Paste.



Olof Arnalds

Olof Arnalds

BIRDENGINE
SPECIAL GUESTS
The Vortex Jazz Club
Tuesday 1 March 2011
Wednesday 2 March 2011

£11.50

 

In spite of her young age ÓLÖF ARNALDS has been active on the Icelandic experimental scene for many years. She played with electronica virtuosos Múm between 2003 and 2007, and her debut album ‘Vid og Vid’ was produced by Kjartan Sveinsson from Icelandic greats, Sigur Rós. Arnalds tells personal tales with a tender voice and leaves the impression of a classic troubadour with clear associations to early freak-folkers like Vashti Bunyan and Judee Sill or todays Joanna Newsom.

Her talent not only reveals itself in the variety of the instruments she masters, but also in her beautiful labyrinthine songwriting and mesmerizing solo performances. Ólöf’s voice has been singled out for high praise as “otherworldly” by The New York Times, “stunning” by SPIN, “remarkable” by the NME, “ethereal” by Vanity Fair and “impossibly lovely” by Paste.



Olof Arnalds

Olof Arnalds

BIRDENGINE
SPECIAL GUESTS
The Vortex Jazz Club
Tuesday 1 March 2011
Wednesday 2 March 2011

£11.50

 

In spite of her young age ÓLÖF ARNALDS has been active on the Icelandic experimental scene for many years. She played with electronica virtuosos Múm between 2003 and 2007, and her debut album ‘Vid og Vid’ was produced by Kjartan Sveinsson from Icelandic greats, Sigur Rós. Arnalds tells personal tales with a tender voice and leaves the impression of a classic troubadour with clear associations to early freak-folkers like Vashti Bunyan and Judee Sill or todays Joanna Newsom.

Her talent not only reveals itself in the variety of the instruments she masters, but also in her beautiful labyrinthine songwriting and mesmerizing solo performances. Ólöf’s voice has been singled out for high praise as “otherworldly” by The New York Times, “stunning” by SPIN, “remarkable” by the NME, “ethereal” by Vanity Fair and “impossibly lovely” by Paste.



Olof Arnalds

Olof Arnalds

BIRDENGINE
SPECIAL GUESTS
The Vortex Jazz Club
Tuesday 1 March 2011
Wednesday 2 March 2011

£11.50

 

In spite of her young age ÓLÖF ARNALDS has been active on the Icelandic experimental scene for many years. She played with electronica virtuosos Múm between 2003 and 2007, and her debut album ‘Vid og Vid’ was produced by Kjartan Sveinsson from Icelandic greats, Sigur Rós. Arnalds tells personal tales with a tender voice and leaves the impression of a classic troubadour with clear associations to early freak-folkers like Vashti Bunyan and Judee Sill or todays Joanna Newsom.

Her talent not only reveals itself in the variety of the instruments she masters, but also in her beautiful labyrinthine songwriting and mesmerizing solo performances. Ólöf’s voice has been singled out for high praise as “otherworldly” by The New York Times, “stunning” by SPIN, “remarkable” by the NME, “ethereal” by Vanity Fair and “impossibly lovely” by Paste.







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