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Olof Arnalds will be playing two NYC shows around her trip to Texas for SXSW this march. The first of those will be on Monday, March 15th at Rockwood Music Hall. The second will be a week and a half later, on March 24th, with Clogs (featuring Shara Worden) and Julianna Barwick at the Bell House. Tickets are on sale. We also have a pair to give away; details are below.

Clogs have a new record out now. Olof's new record, her debut, Við og Við, came out in January on One Little Indian. Two tracks from it are posted above.

Contest details, a video, and Olof's dates and SXSW schdule are below...

Ólöf Arnalds - We're Not The Jet Set (Live on KEXP)

Olof Arnalds - 2010 Tour Dates
Mar 12 T.T. the Bears Boston, Massachusetts
Mar 15 Rockwood Music Hall New York, New York
Mar 18 - Driskill - One Little Indian Showcase @ 10pm
Mar 20 - MOJO BBQ - Mean Eyed Cat @ 12:15pm
Mar 20 - Yelp Party - Iron Gate Lounge @ 12am
Mar 20 Iron Gate Lounge Austin, Texas
Mar 24 The Bell House Brooklyn, New York
Mar 27 Les Trinitaires? Metz, Lorraine
Mar 28 Théâtre de la Cité Internationale Paris, Ile-de-France
Apr 15 Cafe Oto Dalston, London and South East

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To win a pair of Clogs/Olof Arnalds/Julianna Barwick tickets for the Bell House on March 24th, e-mail BVCONTESTS@HOTMAIL.COM (subject: "Olof Arnalds") with your first and last name in the body of the e-mail. A winner will be picked at random and notified.

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Comments (5)

is dat the ho that opened for blonde redhead at prospect park last summer? that was some annoying shit.

Posted by Anonymous | March 11, 2010 12:59 AM

every musician from iceland is not great you know

Posted by Anonymous | March 11, 2010 10:32 AM

is dat the ho that opened for blonde redhead at prospect park last summer? that was some annoying shit.

>> you sound like a charming fellow !

Posted by Anonymous | March 11, 2010 11:27 AM

Guggenheim billed it as a performance piece and it was just an installation. Resultingly, the crowd simply waited for the "show" to start, limiting anyone's ability to freely explore the space (the ground floor was packed with indian-style seaters, and the balconies were lined with people holding onto their spots like grim death.

Posted by منتديات | January 9, 2011 1:30 PM

Hey ya'll we lost another one.......but I'm glad to have grown up with gangstarr as representatives of this music that has an incredible history.....hip hop is a book that wrote itself and GURU was definetly one of its main characters.....we are all getting older.....and GURU is one of the MCs that added a soundtrack to our lives in the 80's and 90's.......the NAMES,PLACES and FACES come to mind when I hear a GANGSTARR track.........I thank GOD that he allowed GURU to shine in his short time...........REST IN EVERLASTING PEACE GURU

Posted by تسريحات شعر | January 20, 2011 6:31 AM

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