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The always-eclectic Øya collected dozens of big name international acts and local bands to Oslo's Medieval Park and neighboring clubs over four days last week. Among them: Björk, A$AP Rocky, the…   Read Story »
UK electronic standout Matthew Herbert is the latest entrant to Björk’s Biophilia remix series, reimagining three tracks utilizing his own spare, deliberate aesthetic (previously, he had remixed…   Read Story »
Bon Iver put out their iTunes Session today, a seven-song live set that's heavy on Bon Iver cuts but that also includes a cover of Björk's "Who Is It," a song which the band's played live in the…   Read Story »
Last night, during the Webby Awards, a nattily dressed Passion Pit came out (after a Patton Oswalt introduction) to perform their new single "Take A Walk." Michael Angelakos's hair, you'll notice, no…   Read Story »
Björk is currently in the midst of releasing a series of remixes in which folks like Death Grips and Current Value rework tracks from her 2011 album Biophilia. The latest comes from the young…   Read Story »
Teased a week ago, Sacramento punk-rap outfit Death Grips' contributions to Björk's Biophilia remix project have surfaced. Head below to hear pummeling remixes of "Thunderbolt" and…   Read Story »
Sacramento punk-rap clarion-callers Death Grips are gearing up to release their improbable major-label debut The Money Store, and now they've got a video for blaring banger "I've Seen Footage." It's…   Read Story »
Drum 'n' bass producer Current Value reworks Björk's "Solstice" in a fashion similar to the way he did "Crystalline" a few weeks back, instilling a thick layer of bass onto the source track. It's…   Read Story »
Björk is launching a series of remixes, in which heavy hitters like These New Puritans, Death Grips, El Guincho, and Matthew Herbert will take on tracks from her 2011 album Biophilia. In the first…   Read Story »
Björk doesn't appear in the video for her pulsing, orchestral Biophilia song "Hollow" -- or, if she does, it's an image of Björk magnified so many times that it's impossible to tell who it is. In…   Read Story »