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  • Terrordisco for 2021
    My creative urges are a bit unruly. When I’m supposed to be designing, I want to make music, and for the past year, when I had a bit more time to design what I want and make the music I want, I just felt like I wanted to write. So in addition to being the… Continue reading Terrordisco for 2021

» Bandcamp – For the big ones


» Soundcloud – Sketches and an archive


» Spotify – Terrordisco releases from other labels, and official remixes


» Mixcloud – Selected DJ mixes


My name is Sveinbjörn Pálsson, I make music, DJ and do other musical ventures using the artist name Terrordisco. I’ve been around quite a bit. I host Funkþátturinn, the premier electronic music show on Icelandic radio, covering the Icelandic scene and international developments in music. My co-host is Símon FKNHNDSM. I have a residency of sorts DJing at Kaffibarinn, and I’ve had stints at various Reykjavík joints that have reached mythical status upon their demise, deserved or not. The most legendary club of all time is that one which was the hot shit when you were 20. This is always the case, right? But I digress.

In music I’ve released an EP and a few remixes in my own name. Other ventures take presedence, so the rest of my music resides on Soundcloud and my drive. I was an early memeber of FM Belfast, and I’ve performed live with other icelandic electronic lumineries, memorably Johnny Sexual. I’ve had a few minor hits here and there with my remixes, edits and productions, here in Iceland and in a couple of city scenes elsewhere. I’ve performed at oodles of festivals, probably close to 10 times at Iceland Airwaves, and three times at Sónar Reykjavík, one of which I’m told was an absolute highlight of that festival. I’ve played a few festivals abroad as well.

My focus has been elsewhere for the last few years, but I’m building towards a few things, which is why I’m rebuilding the site, and writing these words.

I’m quite a bit less enthusiastic about social media than I used to be, so if you want to be updated when I release something, I suggest you sign on to my mailing list.

I will at maximum use it four times a year.