Gusgus are: Birgir Thorarinsson aka Biggi Veira, Daniel Agust Haraldsson and Stephan Stephensen aka President Bongo. Gus-gus formed in 1995. A short brake in a making of the shortcut made it possible for the first Gus-gus self-titled album to be born. In 1996 the band signed to 4AD Records that released their widely acclaimed second album “Polydistortion”. "This Is Normal" followed in 1999 and finally” Gus-gus vs T-World" appeared in 2000. During the 4AD years, Gus-gus started touring massively, stirring the music world with their powerful live-show. The touring life was stressful for the nine some and eventually called for changes within the line up. Six original members left and the three remaining producers (Veiran, President Bongo and Herb Legowitz) soon found hope in a new female singer, Earth aka Urður Hákonardóttir. In 2002 Gus-gus re-appeared with their 4th studio album "Attention" which includes their most successful dance floor hit “David”. On the album the band teamed up with the legendary producer Gareth Jones and Finnish multi-instrumentalist Jimi Tenor. The album demonstrates a sharply focused club-band full of creativity and even more energetic than ever. Daníel Ágúst sings on one song but is on break from the band as he’s working on his solo career. His first solo album, “Swallowed a Star” was released by One Little Indian in 2006 and includes the future hit of Gus-gus, “Moss”. From 2004-2006 Gus-gus take a break from touring but continues working on the fifth studio album, Forever. GusGus keep on maintaining their massive following as DJs. Forever is released on Pineapple Records in February 26th, 2007, followed by massive touring and the band appears on major festivals like Glastonbury, Split, Creamfields and Benecassim. Their sixth album, 24/7, was released on Kompakt in September 14th. The album features the future line-up of Gus-gus and brings Daníel Ágúst back as a full member of Gus-gus.