Heimir Björgúlfsson (1975 Reykjavik, Iceland) lives and works in Amsterdam. His audio works involve approaching sound with a constructed visual and physical aspect including recent solo releases which feature natural recordings taken and manipulated digitally and mixed with digitally generated sounds to form a an exploration and composition focusing on the difference between natural and digital acoustics.
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The Largest Collection in Germany. Style: Experimental RockArtist: Journey. Restgeraeusch 2 (Mille Plateaux, 1997) CD. The Largest Collection in Germany. Andreas Tilliander, eLit (Mille Plateaux 23114-2) CD Album. Label Mille Plateaux.
About Heimir Björgúlfsson. Heimir Bjorgulfsson combines natural sounds from his native Iceland with electronic elements for his minimalist techno sound. Born in Iceland and stationed in Amsterdam, Bjorgulfsson's first album was The Opposite. The album was based on digitally remastered recordings of natural sounds from Iceland such as glaciers and geysers. For his second album, Discreet Journey Digitalis, the Icelander used all digitally generated and manipulated recordings.
rit 16. stephan mathieu - wurmloch variationen. rit 17. achim wollscheid - shifts. rit 18. heimir björgulfsson - discreet journey digitalis. rit 19. kim cascone - residualism. rit 20. random inc. - jerusalem: tales outside the framework of orthodoxy. rit 21. akira rabelais - eisotrophia. rit 22. asmus tietchens - beta-menge. rit 23. stephan mathieu - frequencyLib. rit 24. stilluppsteypa - stories part five.