This is how Paul Sullivan experienced the first ghostigital live set at the Icelandic Airwaves in Reykjavik October 2002
next act also included a Sugarcube – Einar Orn Benediktsson.
live performances were legendary with the Sugarcubes. He became
known the world over for being a confrontational wild-man, playing
to Bjork’s beast. When he stepped on stage at Idno, he
sipped water from a bottle and looked quite calm. He was flanked
by two guitar players,
both of whom were wearing headphones. To his left, his ten-year-old
son was playing trumpet – the only musical instrument Einar
himself has ever been associated with. Also on stage was Bibbi
working away behind a mixing desk much larger than the one he
had used for
his Bad Taste performance the night before.
Paul Sullivan in Waking Up In Iceland published in 2003 by Sanctuary Publishing