Iceland is basically nature’s version of Wonka’s Chocolate Factory, with everything your imagination can handle on display. We’re talking spurting geysers, steaming hot springs, lights dancing in the sky. In this landscape a bit of the magical seeps through into the real, making it not only the perfect place to make music (see: Björk, Sigur Rós, Of Monsters And Men) but also a pretty amazing spot in which to hear it. Electronic music festival Sónar Reykjavik takes place in the Icelandic capital from February 18 to 20 2016. Here are a few good reasons to go.
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