EinarIndra – “Sometimes I’m Wrong”


On the stunning “Sometimes I’m Wrong”, Icelandic producer/vocalist EinarIndra produces a chilling atmosphere that evolves engagingly with the aid of his spectre-like vocals, stark piano, bevvy of synths and diverse percussion. His voice has an ethereal, ghostly quality highly reminiscent of Antony Hegarty, Tom Krell, or James Blake, the latter of whom is a fair stylistic comparison in the sheer art of haunting build-ups. EinarIndra has a new album out in the next few months, and if “Sometimes I’m Wrong” is any indication it could be making giant waves. Between the starkly beautiful moments – where a simply elegant piano accompanies the barren vocals – to more grandiose moments, like the gorgeous synth interjections that begin around 02:15 and build enjoyably in ferocity from there. Fantastic track.


Mike Mineo

I'm the founder/editor of Obscure Sound, which was formed in 2006. Previously, I wrote for PopMatters and Stylus Magazine.

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