Brooklyn-based artist ACES crafts daydream-worthy pop songs and captures equally dreamy snapshots of Greece in her photo essay and guide to the country.
Want to see Beck, Neil Young, Cyndi Lauper, and 250 other performances all for less than $80? It’s possible at Festival d’été de Québec (FEQ), taking place in Québec City July 5-15.
On the 125th anniversary of The Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine in Manhattan, 50 violinists performed a surreal, uplifting orchestral symphony.
The always inspiring and often totally off-the-wall Red Bull Music Festival returns to New York tonight, with innovative and experiential music-meets-performance-art events throughout the city.
For the series’ third episode, “Coral Reefs,” which Smith produced, viewers are taken to the Coral Triangle in Raja Ampat in Southeast Asia, and reefs in Australia, the Bahamas, and French Polynesia, to observe biodiversity in coral on different parts of the planet. Smith talked to us about chasing stories of clownfish in Borneo, his … Continued
Made in collaboration with her longtime friend Albert Finnbogason, the compositions shrink and swell through lilting, bittersweet soundscapes (check out one of our favorite tracks, “Pretty Face”). Video by Miwa Sakulrat @ewmiwa on Instagram Sóley studied piano and composing at the Icelandic Academy of the Arts, and played in several indie bands before beginning her solo project. … Continued
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Buttressing the country’s longest fjord, Eyjafjörður, Akureyri is less than 100 kilometers from the arctic circle and a four and a half hour (jaw-droppingly beautiful) drive from Reykjavik, or a quick flight by propeller plane. Video by Miwa Sakulrat @ewmiwa on Instagram Iceland’s second-largest urban area, Akureyri is still a quiet village. Wander the streets at night … Continued
This November, Fodor’s traveled north to Reykjavik to capture the soul and sounds of Iceland Airwaves, the country’s preeminent musical event.
It’s a cold, cold world—and this holiday season, things are about to get even colder.