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Spegilmynd single out now!

“Icelandic composer and artist Biggi Hilmars, well known for his fine mixture of classical, electronic and ambient tunes with the touch of avant-garde and pop music, will be back with a new album soon. The first single ‘Spegilmynd’ was released this tuesday. The song is extraordinaire in several ways. Not only was it recorded and [...]


July, 2014

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Home live at Harpa

July, 2014

Biggi Hilmars with his band live from Harpa on Iceland Composers Association Anniversary performing ‘Home’ from his debut album ‘All We Can Be’. Filming and sound recording by Exton, mixed by Guðmundur Kristinn Jonsson. Album available on www.biggihilmars.com


IBM

May, 2014

Brand new IBM ad feat. ‘September Road’ by Scott Twynholm & Biggi, which came out recently on their original soundtrack album for Scottish BBC feature documentary ‘My Brother the Ark Raider’ by Jonathan Carr & Chris Marks. Listen / Download the album here


ROF

March, 2014

Biggi has just finished recording the score for this spectacular film by Reykjavik disciplinary art group Vinnslan (which Biggi is creative director at). They recently completed shooting their first short film; ROF, which has now gone into post production. The piece was shot inside a dormant volcano, abut 120 meters underground and plays with the concept [...]


Mercedes Benz S-Class

February, 2014

Brand new highlights film for the flagship from Mercedes Benz, the new S-Class. Original music written and produced by Biggi Hilmars and Bix Sigurdsson. Directed by Sammi and Gunni Palli at Truenorth productions. Song: ‘Expectate’, coming soon on iTunes and all other online digital stores.


Lost Control live at Frikirkjan

February, 2014

Biggi Hilmars with full band and strings live from Reykjavik’s most astounding venue Frikirkjan performing Lost Control from his debut album, which was recently featured on Ridley Scott’s/Kevin Macdonald’s How I Live Now movie trailer. Filmed and edited by Arnor Gunnar Hjalmars. Sound recording by Exton, mixed by Arnar Gudjonsson.