Wohoo! It is Sunday! We made it. Almost.
Your audio-loving friends, the Great Grapevine Airwaves Podcast Team, has been rolling from venue to venue throughout Saturday. We bring you the best bits from the gigantic line-up and tell you tips on how to spend your hang over day at Iceland Airwaves and in Reykjavík.
Kaisu gets locked out to a balcony with a Danish record company man and Jonas takes it down with Midnight Talks. Our investigations reveal which artists are most popular over Airwaves at the record store 12 Tónar. Click play and take an adventurous festival journey with your friends at the Grapevine.
You have survived the Airwaves Friday and are looking for something to listen to? Look no further! Your friends at the Grapevine Airwaves Podcast Team bring to you the newest ear candy available. Interviews, special reports, music and what not all wrapped up into this sweet package we call the Saturday Edition.
In this episode the Podcast Team taken by all the different nationalities that have made their way to the Airwaves stages. We spied at the Nordic panel and approached Shiny Darkly from Denmark. We also meet The Balconies, those lovely Canadians, and talk about how great the Icelandic breakfast is. And what on earth happened at the Goat concert? Listen now and you will be enlightened.
As the third Iceland Airwaves day sees the rising sun, we are putting out yet another Grapevine podcast!
Tune in for marvellous run through of best bits from Thursday. We are discussing song meanings with the band Hymnalaya, queueing for Ólafur Arnalds tickets and getting to know a new Icelandic super group.
The podcast team also shares the secrets of tonight with you. Surely, we give out some gentle reminders of those names you cannot miss on Friday. They are fantastic especially for those of you who don’t know which Icelandic bands to keep an eye out for.
Push play and let the audio circus start!
The first day at Iceland Airwaves just passed and of course, The Reykjavík Grapevine podcast was there for you.
Today, we discuss our personal highlights from yesterday and give a listen to the broad and well-mixed line-up from the first night. We also talk to the real veterans of the festival, Leaves, about their experience on playing at Iceland Airwaves year after year.
The Icelandic folk wonder Lay Low tells some secrets of her upcoming album. And let us not forget the great tips for Thursday that we have in store for you and your ears. Click play now!
…I’m back on the broadcasting track. During the Iceland Airwaves Festival I am producing a podcast for The Reykjavík Grapevine, together with the great and lovely Kaisu Nevasalmi who started the Grapevine Podcast. Each day until Monday! Stay tuned and in case you happen to be in Reykjavík right now, you might figure out where to go in this unbelievable jungle of music with the help of the special Airwaves podcast.
- Here you’ll get the podcast: https://soundcloud.com/tags/jonas%20david%20alexander
- The Reykjavík Grapevine: http://www.grapevine.is/Home/
- Iceland Airwaves: http://icelandairwaves.is/
As Iceland Airwaves takes over the city, it is time for the Reykjavík Grapevine Podcast to be back on track. In this first Airwaves edition we discuss the sumo sized schedule and talk to people who are attending the musical extravaganza. One of the organisers talks to us about some of the magic that is put into arranging such a festival.
Tune in every day to hear the highlights of Airwaves from the Grapevine point of view!
This, my dear friends, is the right music for getting into right mood for the big big Airwaves Festival the upcoming week here in Reykjavik.
No, there is only Jon Hopkins and Gold Panda in this list who even appear on the line-up. But the rest you will hear on the after-parties, I’m sure!
Kveðjur frá Íslandi!
Kveðjur frá Íslandi.
I’m saying hi from Iceland
The music will tell you…
Guys, for all of you who haven’t been to the Orkney Islands before, you may consider going there now!
…I’m heading to Iceland. Got a room. First, I need to arrive there safely and then, I’m gonna start planning the next exploration session!
when I’m not broadcasting, I do maps!