Monday, 16 September 2013



Mum could be the best Icelandic act in the world. They are experimental, using old and traditional music instruments to make wonderful-hazy music. This Experimental musical group has released seven albums so far but they are still less famous than Sigur Ros, the Icelandic phenomenon. Their seventh album, named Smilewound, was released last week. It exhibit the multi-instrumentalist collaboration of Electronic beats and traditional unconventional music instruments. It's not their best album so far, but it's worth listening to. For those of you who need deeper introduction, here are five songs from their albums.

The Ghosts You Draw On My Back (Summer Make Good, 2004)
Time To Scream And Shout (Smilewound, 2013)
Dancing Behind My Eyelids (Go Go Smear The Poison Ivy, 2007)
The Colorful Stabwound (Smilewound, 2013)
We Have A Map Of The Piano (Finally We Are No One, 2002)

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