Slowblow is an Icelandic musical duo consisting of Orri Jónsson and Dagur Kári Pétursson, formed in the early 1990s. [1 ] [2 ] [3 ] Their music is an aesthetic of home-made, lo-fi analog tinkerings, which often slips into both [4 ] electronic and folksy terrain. They began recording in the mid-1990s and have made several albums together. They created the soundtrack for the successful independent Icelandic movie , which Dagur directed. Nói Albínói They have worked with other Icelandic artists such as former [5 ] Múm band member Kristín Anna Valtýsdóttir, who provided vocals on the band's self-titled 2004 album, and Emilíana Torrini. In 2009 the duo provided the music to the film [6 ] . They have released albums under the The Good Heart Reykjavík based record labels Smekkleysa, Kitchen Motors, and Mobile / Plug.
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^ "Screaming Masterpiece". (146): 49. August 2007. CMJ ISSN 1074-6978.
^ Sundholm, John and Isak Thorsen, Lars Gustaf Andersson, Olof Hedling, Gunnar Iversen, Birgir Thor Møller (2012). Historical Dictionary of Scandinavian Cinema. Scarecrow Press. p. 227. ISBN 978-0810855243.
^ Sullivan, Paul (2003) Waking Up in Iceland, Sanctuary, ISBN 978-1860744600, p. 216
^ NOMUS, Nordic Council of Ministers. Secretariat for Nordic Cultural Co-operation (1998). Nordic Sounds. Nordic Council of Ministers/NOMUS, the Secretariat for Nordic Cultural Cooperation.
^ Iceland Review, Vol. 42, p. 10, 2004
^ Larkin, Colin (2006) The Encyclopedia of Popular Music, Oxford University Press, ISBN 978-0195313734, p. 534
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