Apparat Organ Quartet was founded in 1999 in Reykjavík, Iceland. It is a band that originally included the musicians Hörður Bragason, Músikvatur, Úlfur Eldjárn and Jóhann Jóhannsson. They were soon joined by drummer Þorvaldur Gröndal, replaced in 2001 by Arnar Geir Ómarsson, drummer of the Icelandic rock band HAM. Lacking the time to dedicate himself to the group because of his solo projects, Jóhann Jóhannsson left the band in 2012; he died in February 2018.
Hailing from Reykjavík, Iceland '''Apparat Organ Quartet''' is a band founded in 1999 by Jóhann Jóhannsson, Hörður Bragason, Músikvatur and Úlfur Eldjárn. Despite their name however, they are a five piece band consisting of four keyboard players and a drummer.
Apparat Organ Quartet (album). Apparat Organ Quartet is an album by icelandic Apparat Organ Quartet, released in 2002. The cover and liner notes contain several paintings of figures resembling those of Playmobil. The Anguish Of Space Time" - 6:10. Cruise Control" - 3:38. Stereo Rock & Roll" - 4:17. Charlie Tango - 7:24. Sofðu Litla Vél" - 5:29. Apparat Organ Quartet on Gogoyoko.
Apparat Organ Quartet released their first album in 2002. Although it enjoyed only a limited release, the album received enthusiastic praise from critics and has since built up a sizable cult following. The album featured on many end-of-year lists and was voted album of the year by the country’s biggest newspaper, Fréttabladid. The album’s elaborate packaging was widely acclaimed and designer Siggi Eggertson received the.
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|12T053||Apparat Organ Quartet||Pólýfónía (CD, Album)||12 Tónar||12T053||Iceland||2010|
|FROG 084-2||Apparat Organ Quartet||Pólýfónía (CD, Album)||Crunchy Frog||FROG 084-2||Denmark||2011|
|FROG 084-1||Apparat Organ Quartet||Pólýfónía (LP, Album, Whi)||Crunchy Frog||FROG 084-1||Denmark||2011|