Archive | Múm




If it’s the frozen, outer space soundscapes of Sigur Rós that floats your soul, it can seem like your only hope is a genre of one. But as Yoda said, “No, there is another.” Also hailing from Iceland, also active since the late ‘90s, and equally bizarre, múm use electronics embellished by ethereal, child-like vocals […]

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Múm, Brosseau bring magic to Seattle

Show Date: October 27, 2007

Standing alone, strumming an acoustic guitar, Tom Brosseau's appearance and sound set him off as if he missed his decade. Flaxen hair combed neatly to the side, light blue cardigan sweater buttoned fully, unassuming look all around, I could imagine his face on a shelf of dusty 45s next to other classic country greats of […]

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More free tickets, this time for Múm!

That's right, duckies, this is our third ticket giveaway in one week… and it's a goodie! Three Imaginary Girls has two pairs of tickets for Saturday night's Múm show at Neumo's. Enter to win by shooting us an email by midnight tonight (Thursday, 10/25 PST). Winners will be notified before noon tomorrow. Wahoo!

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Show Date: August 12, 2002

The crazy thing about Múm is that they look so darn… regular. I mean, let’s face it; the four members that make up the band are anything but mundane. First and foremost, they are from Iceland and don’t tell me that doesn’t immediately trigger forgotten memories of the Sugarcubes and the suspicion that everyone in […]

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