Myrkramakt II
Tracklist
  1. Húni – 13
  2. Glass Apple Bonzai - He Who Walks
  3. Hatari - Ódýr
  4. IDK/IDA- Bee´s Riot
  5. Meðlæti - Sýrður Ljómi
  6. AAIIEENN - Hypercube
  7. Skrattar - Never Gonna Slow Down
  8. Kvöl - Aftur
  9. ROHT - Refur Lýgur
  10. Dulvitund - Öngþveiti Og Skelfing
  11. Lord Pusswhip - Flexin Alfreð Flóki
  12. Madonna & Child feat. Toad Meat - Kisulagið
  13. Kuldaboli - Hörmungahringiðan
  14. Kaleikur - Reykjavík þú Drepur Mig
  15. Án - Sans
  16. Venetian Blinds - Sjáöldur
  17. Drekka - Unbeknownst (Section I)

Man In Black II 

“Hið myrka man” (The Dark Man) is a new record label and event management (°2015). A second compilation album came out of the darkest cave nearby Mývatn this autumn.

  • Húni – “13”: The Dark Man is knocking on your door on Friday the 13th, a creepy and crispy opening track
  • Glass Apple Bonzai – “He Who Walks”: A classic synthesizer pop song by non-Icelander Daniel X. Belasco
  • Hatari – “Ódýr”: A new Óttarr Proppé peeks a boo on the horizon
  • IDK/IDA- “Bee´s Riot”: Cocteau Twins peak strike back
  • Meðlæti – “Sýrður Ljómi”: Doesn’t everybody want to hear excellent hypnotic electropop
  • AAIIEENN – “Hypercube”: Who needs a Sugarcube or an Icecube if you can get the Hypercube!?
  • Skrattar – “Never Gonna Slow Down”: Traditional elektrowave
  • Kvöl – “Aftur”: There will be nö next time
  • ROHT – “Refur Lýgur”: Icelandic Agitprop = I predict a Riot music
  • Dulvitund – “Öngþveiti Og Skelfing”: Trademark of Myrkramakt
  • Lord Pusswhip – “Flexin Alfreð Flóki”: Wordy rappinghood Reinvented
  • Madonna & Child feat. Toad Meat – “Kisulagið”: The Garfield song, no Goofie allowed
  • Kuldaboli – “Hörmungahringiðan”: Dancing on the Eyjafjallajökull
  • Kaleikur – “Reykjavík þú Drepur Mig”: Poetic Droopy Doom Wave
  • Án – “Sans”: Uplifting soundscape
  • Venetian Blinds – “Sjáöldur”: Superb soundscape
  • Drekka – “Unbeknownst (Section I)”: Experimental extravaganza by ‘friend of Iceland’ Michael Anderson

“Myrkramakt II 4.11 – 5.11” is oscillating between darkwave, goth, synthpop and ambient. Seventeen songs that suck you in the world of The Dark Man and the dark side of the moon. I definitely hope there will be a third compilation in 2017.

– Wim Van Hooste

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