Julius Pollux

composes, writes, records and plays music.


Vestur í bláinn
album release & exhibition ~september 2020
concert stream: https://youtu.be/TjzvBdPeGU8

Writing new material with BSÍ.
Also playing at Iceland Airwaves 2020 (postponed to 2021].

Working on a score, together with Sigurlaug Thorarensen, for Hilke Rönnfeldt’s short movie ‘Fence’.

Played an improvised performance with Ægir Sindri Bjarnason
at Raflost X RASK Festival in Reykjavík.
You can hear/watch Music for brain surgeons HERE

compositions (selection)

A minor unknown

Interactive sound installation
Exhibition Lots of tiny people
Gerðarsafn, Iceland, 2019

Practical Latvian

Music for a dance performance
choreography: Klāvs Liepiņš, 2018

Satomis Geheimnis

Radio play - musical score
director: Jonas Rothlaender
SWR2 (Germany), 2018

Wet Cement

Short movie - musical score
director: Klāvs Liepiņš, 2017

band projects

– Lo-fi krútt popp pönk, traffic & riot & feminism,
with Sigurlaug Thorarensen

– Gloomy ambient pop, long-distance collaboration in between Denmark and Iceland,
with Lovis Bechmann

Laura Secord
– More Agitated Icelandic Outsider Rock Poetry,
with Alison MacNeil, Erik DeLuca & Ægir Sindri Bjarnason

Stormy Daniels
– Punk band, teenage dreams! takk fyrir ekkert!
with Salvör Gullbrá, Óðinn Dagur Bjarnason & Ægir Sindri Bjarnason

Mount Theodore
– A journal in songs, a journey with guests, a diary of bedroom-recorded songs 


Julius Pollux Rothlaender (*1988, Lübeck/Germany) is a musician and composer based in Iceland, Germany and mainland Europe. Alongside his solo and band projects he also works on music for installations, performances, film and radio.
Over the last years Julius Pollux has been diving into experiments that combine music and spoken word, exploring other elements of the human voice, of expression and contemplation within music.


juliuspollux.net (at) gmail.com

– Julius Pollux Rothlaender, Reykjavík, 2020

Julius Rothlaender