Through almost 100 albums over a span of 10 years, Möller Records has delivered cutting-edge premium electronic music to a market of just around 360,000 people. Árni Grétar, or Futuregrapher as he calls himself, compares the survival of the label to how people get weirdly obsessed with golf and then just do it all the time forever. Pure resilience, he explains. Read the full interview in The Reykjavik Grapevine.
You get a drum machine, you get a synth and you try to make it work. And in the meantime there is really bad weather outside—windy and cold—so you just stay inside until you have mastered the craft.
Words by Valur Grettisson. Photo by Art Bicnick