Dulvitund (Demo) by Dulvitund, released 29 January 2014 1. Hindrun 2. Vonleysi 3. Veröldin er Leikvöllur Heimsku og Harms 4. Gleymdu Mé. Dulvitund is a one man project of Þórir Óskar Björnsson. Starting in late 2013, Dulvitund music consists of gloomy electronics and minimalistic percussion. The human condition and crippling depression is the main theme, along with the cold hard reality that we all face. Dulvitund focuses on song structure and executes songs in a raw manner. supported by 6 fans who also own Dulvitund (Demo). A well done first solo album. Long life to her creation. MYRKRAMAKT II by Hið myrka man. supported by 5 fans who also own Dulvitund (Demo).
Dulvitund – Dulvitund (Demo). Label: Not On Label (Dulvitund Self-released) – none. Format: 4 File, FLAC.
Dark Experimental Electronic project from Iceland. Djävla showcase will shine the candlelight on five acts from the island, ranging from the glistering lo-fi synths of Discipline to the cold and murky lands of Dulvitund. Accompanied by little devil sisters Madonna + Child and all around goth baddie Countess Malaise. The invasion will be spearheaded by none other than Sólveig Matthildur herself, coming hot off the release of her second album 'Constantly in love'.
Dulvitund is a one person project, as these sorts of things are wont to be, and is the brainchild of Þórir Óskar Björnsson. I saw him (them?) play at this year's Eistnaflug festival (accompanied on vocals by Abominor's Alfreð Þór, a frequent collaborator), and was utterly entranced; the stark, minimal loops and shivering melodic touches somehow felt far darker than most of the ourgith metal bands I'd seen that day.
DULVITUND (IS) Dulvitund is a one man project of Þórir Óskar Björnsson that started in late 2013. Dulvitund music consists of gloomy electronics and minimalistics percussion. In this album the gloominess of French coldwave meets the energy and minimalism of the German old school EBM and the charm of the Yugoslavian darkwave. The Italian lyrics give a further touch of exoticism and mistery. Borghesia, Malaria!, DAF, Liaisons Dangereuses but also the Italian CCCP are the main inspirations. Low-fi sounds, xerox graphics cassette tapes and VHS videos hold up the raw image of this project whose loyalty to 80s DIY underground post punk is undeniable.