Q4U - Skaf Í Dag (Cassette)


Download Q4U - Skaf Í Dag (Cassette)
1982
Label: Skaf - 007 • Format: Cassette • Country: Iceland • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: New Wave, Punk


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9 Comments

  1. Gagar
    Helgi and Már soon left the band and Helgi was replaced by Kormákur Geirharðsson (Kommi) on the drums. By early they self-released a full length cassette, “Skaf Í Dag” and appeared in the documentary “Rokk í Reykjavík,” which showcased the Icelandic punk scene. This version of the band ended and only two members continued on.
  2. Kigagrel
    Helgi and Már soon left the band and Helgi was replaced by Kormákur Geirharðsson (Kommi) on the drums. By early they self-released a full length cassette, "Skaf Í Dag" and appeared in the documentary "Rokk í Reykjavík," which showcased the Icelandic punk scene. This version of the band ended and only two members continued on.
  3. Daigul
    Q4U was born the winter of in Reykjavík, inspired by the British punk movement. By early they self-released a full length cassette, Skaf I Dag and appeared in the documentary Rokk I Reykjavík, which showcased the Icelandic punk scene. This version of the band ended and only two members continued on.
  4. Faugul
    Jun 11,  · The last two songs on side A are a lot more raw, rehearsal recordings that originally appeared on the band’s cassette only release Skaf Í Dag and these, unlike the others on this side, are both in English. The beats are more driving here – it’s less out-there-arty and more structured and driving, but still keeping that intensity.
  5. Telmaran
    Steinþór was still a full time member of Fræbbblarnir, with a heavy working schedule in both bands. In the spring of the old line up recorded all its material in the rehearsal location in Hafnarfjörður. These recordings were called Skafið or Skaf í dag, referring to the low quality stuff or leftovers which was available at the time.
  6. Gardakora
    Growing popularity and involvement with other bands led to the band's first lineup shift in , but not before recording dozens of leftover tracks for the Skaf I Dag K7, the band's first release. The band would reunite some months later, employing a TR drum machine dubbed Elizabeth II, though no tracks were released then (several demo.
  7. Kaziran
    It was self-released on cassette in and limited to 50 copies. Q4U - Q2 - () but not before recording dozens of leftover tracks for the Skaf I Dag K7, the band's first release. The band would reunite some months later, employing a TR drum machine dubbed Elizabeth II, though no tracks were released then (several.
  8. Taubei
    Oct 21,  · Rokk í Reykjavík Our new desktop experience was built to be your music destination. Listen to official albums & more.
  9. Meztiran
    In I saw the band Q4U life @ Rosenberg venue, along with the bands Unun and Fraebbblarnir @ a sort of retrospective concert downtown Reykjavik. Steinþór Stefánsson, bass player in the pioneering Icelandic punk group Fræbbblarnir, Gunnþór Sigurðsson roadie for Utangarðsmenn, another Icelandic punk group, Helgi the drummer and Ellý the singer started the punk group Q4U in April

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