Podcast with legendary MC Restorff about the song Føroyingar. The song was released in 1986 and has been a part of the Faroese culture. MC is especially famous in the Bretren community, but this song is a more mainstream national song, used in many national occasions such as Olavsøka(national festival). In this podcast there is also a live performance of the song Barnaminnir, which also in one of M.C's famous songs.
Podcast about the song Kvøld á Tinganesi by Anker Eli Petersen. The song was written by Anker Eli Petersen and music by Terji Rasmussen. The song was released on the legendary album Terji & Føstufressar in 1990. The podcast is about the idea, text and process of the record. The podcast was recorded on the same location 'Tinganes' in Torshavn 27th of April 2019
Podcast about the song Káta Hornið by Teitur. The album with the same title was released in 2007. The album is in faroese and is mostly about Teiturs hometown Torshavn. The songs were written when Teitur was living in London and being on tour.
Podcast with Lena Anderssen and Niclas Johannesen about the song Can't Erase It. The song was released in 2004 and was also the name of the record. The podcast is a talk about their career as musicians, how they manage to work together as married couple.
This podcast is with Martin Joensen about the song Svarti Ravnur - Black Raven. Martin is the music and songwriter for this classic song. The song was released with the band Krækinglingar in 1976. The podcast is also about Martins career as a songwriter for several of the number one hits on the faroe islands. Martins song called Ró was in 2018 elected to the best song over the past 50 years. Martin is a fulltime musican and painter and has never felt more creative then now.
This podcast is about the song called Til tey Stressaðu - the song to the stressed ones. In this podcast the topic is how people handled stress in 1987 compared to today. Stress was a synonym for working hard compared to today, where stress is a common disease. Eyðun has been fulltime musician for many years and talks about being a musician raised in a small city where the main industry is fishing.
This podcast is about the song called Gloym meg ei. Finnur started to work on the song when his friend was admitted to a psychiatric ward and again started working on the song when Finnur was admitted to rehab. The song is regularly played in the national radio on the Faroe Islands. The song is inspired by Kent Sømnen