Hatari

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Three years after their debut breakout performance at Kex, Icelandic group Hatari has pulled out all the stops, turning the hostel into a basement warehouse party set in 2054.
PHOTO BY jim bennett (view set)
written by jasmine albertson

Icelandic group Hatari are an experience unlike any other. Almost more performance art than anything else, their music lies somewhere between techno and metal with a sprinkling of pop while their stage show is an artfully curated futuristic BDSM anti-capitalist daydream.

After a big year, where the band sparked controversy with their comments about Palestine before and during their performance in the Eurovision Song Contest, the band returns to Kex Hostel for a one-of-a-kind performance at Iceland Airwaves. Three years after their debut breakout performance at Kex, the band has pulled out all the stops, turning the hostel into a basement warehouse party set in 2054.

Recorded 11/10/2019

  1. Spillingardans
  2. Klámstrákur
  3. Biðröð Mistaka
  4. Klefi / Samed feat. Bashar Murad

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