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Jóhann Jóhannsson

Johann Johannsson was born in Iceland but currently resides in Copenhagen, Denmark. Johann's musical background is varied: he studied piano and trombone in his native Reykjavik but amplified music soon beckoned and through most of the 90s he played guitar and keyboards with various bands in Iceland's flourishing music scene. Johann began writing music for the theater in the 1990's and in this m...


130701 feature in Cent Magazine

Posted on Mon, 19th December, 2016

130701's Dave Howell has written an extended piece for Cent magazine about the development of the label (with its artists like Hauschka, Max Richter and Johann Johannsson) and the growth of 'post-classsical' music over the past fifteen years. 

130701's anniversary compilation OUT TODAY

Posted on Thu, 14th July, 2016

Our 130701 imprint celebrates its fifteenth anniversary with the release of this wonderful compilation album OUT TODAY. The album features an exclusive track from each of the label's 11 artists - inc. Max Richter, Hauschka, Johann Johannsson, Dustin O'Halloran, Ian William Craig. It is released on CD, digital and gatefold double vinyl (w/ full download coupon). You can read more, listen to the album and buy it here.

As an added treat, we are giving away a FREE limited edition bonus tracks CD 

130701 feature on Ransom Note

Posted on Wed, 13th July, 2016

A soundtrack for your afternoon?

Our friends at Ransom Note have posted an '8 Tracks' feature on our post-classical imprint,130701. In it, 130701's Dave Howell picks out tracks from label artists Set Fire to Flames, Sylvain Chauveau, Max Richter, Hauschka, Johann Johannsson, Dustin O'Halloran, Ian William Craig and Resina and talks through the development of the imprint, which celebrates its 15th anniversary today

XLR8R premiere Jóhann Jóhannsson compilation track

Posted on Tue, 31st May, 2016

It's just over six weeks now until the 15th anniversary of our 130701 imprint  which we're marking with the release of our 'Eleven Into Fifteen' compilation, and XLR8R have premiered Jóhann Jóhannsson's contribution - a 12-minute long live version a track from The Miner's Hymns, which you can check out here.

XLR8R call the album, "a beautiful collection of textured ambient cuts and poignant string and piano arrangements that truly showcases the world-class talent that 130701 houses".