Ebb and floe Sound will collide with art tomorrow night at the Cattle Depot Artist Village in To Kwa Wan when Icelandic soundscaper Runar Magnusson takes listeners on a journey through the sounds of his frigid home country. The Copenhagen-based artist was a member of the team that created the SameSameButDifferent generative music software, which he uses to create music from field recordings gathered in Iceland. Magnusson told the NeoAztlan web music journal that he discovered he could listen to his surroundings as music in 1996. 'I was standing in the rain, leaning against a wall and above me on the wall was an electric advertisement billboard that changed picture. I was enjoying standing there listening to the rain mixing with the electric hum of the billboard and the slow rhythmic sound when the image changed.' Magnusson and local sound artist Dickson Dee have been touring the region this month and tomorrow's 8pm local show will be supported by the Danish Arts Council and Danish Composers' Society. Entry at the door is HK$70. See how they grow Over the years several Hong Kong outfits have been tipped for global acclaim, and the current hot favourites are 24 Herbs, a hip hop collective making a lot of noise with their lyrical flow and nasty beats. The Herbs (right) are MC Drunk (actor Conroy Chan), DorYuk (producer Eddie Chung), Sir JBS (store owner Brian Siswojo), Ghost Style (rapper/producer Brandon Ho), and former LMF members Kit and Phat. Tonight the Herbs release their long-awaited debut album with a party at G.O.D's new Delay No Mall in Causeway Bay. Although it's invite-only, hip hop followers are bound to have many opportunities to see them in the future - try to catch them before they get too big.