- 1. Of Monsters and Men - Little Talks
- 2. Júníus Meyvant - Mr. Minister Great
- 3. Mammút - The Moon Will Never Turn On Me
- 4. Moses Hightower - Mjóddin
- 5. Vök - BTO
- 6. Retro Stefson - Qween
- 7. AmabAdamA - Hossa Hossa
- 8. Ojba Rasta - Jolly Good
- 9. Kiriyama Family - Sneaky Boots
- 10. Sykur - Reykjavík
- 11. Lay Low - Our Conversations
- 12. Tilbury - Tenderloin
- 13. Agent Fresco - See Hell
- 14. Ensími - Aldanna ró
- 15. Botnleðja - Slóði
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It‘s on a beautiful day like this one that we stop for a moment and look back with the heart sizzling with gratitude and profound love for being here and now. Ten years ago, we didn’t even think about that a tiny little dream would be a full-time job ten years later.
It was in the year of 2007 when Record Records stopped being a dream when one Haraldur Leví Gunnarsson decided to put everything he had to put out music that meant the world to him. Haraldur had been a record store clerk for a few years and followed his instinct that told him to introduce the world to the music he loved.
Over the course of these ten years the Icelandic music landscape has been through many shifts and turns. We’ve seen bands come and go, record stores opening and closing, new trends flourishing and artists we’ve had the honour to see develop and thrive beside us from day one. Deep inside we have always known that we’re onto something good but when the world certifies that our aim is right we feel the feeling of deep gratitude.
Thank you, Agent Fresco, AmabAdamA, Bloodgroup, Botnleðja, Ensími, FM Belfast, Foreign Monkeys, Júníus Meyvant, Kiriyama Family, Lay Low, Lára Rúnarsdóttir, Lockerbie, Mammút, Máni Orrason, Moses Hightower, Mono Town, Of Monsters and Men, Ojba Rasta, Orphic Oxtra, Pollapönk, Retro Stefson, Snorri Helgason, Sykur, Tilbury, Vök and you dear record buyer. Without you our world wouldn‘t be as rad.