Álfheimr


Formed in Portland, Oregon in 2008 by Madison Asche, Álfheimr’s first release “These Songs We Sing Will Fade to Silence” was released on several blogs, with Post Rock Community saying to listen to “These Songs We Sing” is to “enter a world in that everything seems to be beautiful.” The Siren’s Sound praised “the art of projecting the distortions,” and “The love of mixing, merging and making a blend that is uncomparable and unparalleled.” Álfheimr’s second album, 'Dream Sequences', was released in early 2010 to positive reviews from blogs such as Exhale the Sound. Álfheimr’s third album, 'What Allows Us To Endure', was released on February 28th, with blogs like Muzik Dizcovery praising 'its hauntingly beautiful ambiance and synth effects', stating 'The sound Álfheimr is able to create is unparalleled and stunning.' Asche has released numerous albums under the name Álfheimr: 2009 - These Songs We Sing Will Fade to Silence [Oct 29th] 2010 - Dream Sequences [May 17th] 2010 - Light & Air EP [November 12th] 2011 - What Allows Us To Endure [February 27th] 2011 - Tempest - Amaranthine Strings Part I [March 20th] 2011 - Still, We Hope (single) [April 3rd] 2011 - Feverless (An Ode to Irrational Exuberance) [June 7th] 2011 - Heaven (Another Version) [June 9th] 2011 - The Intrinsic Light [June 9th] 2011 - Celebration [July 13th] 2011 - Predatory Nature EP [October 11th] 2011 - Here [November 29th] Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is availab...

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