Lo-Fi (Fridgeir Eyjolfsson / Friðgeir Eyjólfsson) is a one-man Icelandic trip-hop band.
Founded in early 1998 after several years of working with various bands on the Icelandic music scene, Lo-Fi completed his first album titled "Nano" later that year. All music and lyrics on the album were written by Lo-Fi and it was recorded and produced entirely at his home studio. For this project Lo-Fi recruited the talents of three female singers, three guitarists, one piano player, and a bongo drummer, making his debut release a "dreaming and flowing whole". The theme of the album is the death of a nano machine after flowing timelessly through the veins. Icelandic critics reacted very positively, praising the excellent production quality and synergy of song writing and musical arrangement.
Currently Lo-Fi is in Barcelona working on his second album, tentatively titled "Night songs", which is scheduled to be released early 2004.
Lo-Fi 's concept for this album is brown and raw yet still incorporating the sleepy voices and melancholy blue tones of his previous release "Nano".