Icelandic is a language of whispers and sub-audible subtlety. It is a sort of an ancient thing, it feels like it wasn’t workshopped as extensively as other European languages. There are some ideas that simply cannot be translated. Anna’s music often seems to grow out of some similar, unknowable logic. It feels at once organic and incredibly alien. Anna pulls this logic through all aspects of concert-presentation, carefully controlling the audience’s distance from the performers and often adding extra-musical elements like lighting design, elements that make her music into a three-dimensional object, something that surrounds and engulfs you. - Nadia Sirota