Category: Lucky Record Sessions

LUCKY RECORD SESSIONS

Tófa

This is a broadcast from the North.

Radio Summerhall loves Lucky Records. We have the rain, they have the snow and we both have the music.

Listen, don’t let the name throw you, there’s no luck involved. You either know what you’re doing or you don’t and Lucky Records is Reykjavik’s seat of vinyl learning. Countless hours spent trawling through their crates of records has unearthed numerous gems, most of which have at some time become components of our Radio Summerhall programme setlists.

Lucky Records is also a hub for live Icelandic music. Crammed onto a tiny stage, local and international bands play what must be their most intimate live sets.

Radio Summerhall has teamed up with Lucky Records to bring you up close to some of the bands that played there over recent months.

​We kick start this series with an amazing up close, explosive experience from Reykjavik locals; Tófa.

Graveyard Club

Next up in our Lucky Records Sessions are Minneapolis residents Graveyard Club. Their sound clearly nods in the direction of the 80s but it is so very much more than a retro lift.

There is no doubt that the four piece are at home in the close confines of the Lucky Records stage but somehow their songs effortlessly give notice of a time ahead when they will surely be heard by a infinitely larger audience. Perhaps Matthew Schufman, searing crooner extraordinaire, will argue against that but he might not have a choice in the matter.

Epic Rain

The third in our Lucky Records Sessions is an intimate and edgy performance from Reykjavik locals Epic Rain.

This session was filmed during last year’s Iceland Airwaves and on this occasion members of the Radio Summerhall Expeditionary Force were lucky enough to be in the audience.

Epic Rain’s most recent album “Dream Sequences” was actually recorded on the Lucky Records label.

Check out the record and enjoy the footage.

Groa

Gróa provide the next in our lovely Lucky Records Sessions. If Gróa is a secret, it won’t be kept for long.

They casually defy the parameters laid down by the constraints of an orthodox three piece set up. Gróa master effortless grace and naïve chaos with a song writing ability that will, as every good trio does, have you filling in the spaces yourself.

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