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At this point, Björk has been so esteemed for so long, and she's followed her own muse down so many rabbit holes, that she basically exists outside the context of circa-2013 music. She might show up…   Read Story »
This year's Bonnaroo curators covered important bases in terms of top-level talent: from iconic boomer-fare like Paul McCartney and Tom Petty, to iconic R&B fare like R. Kelly, to iconic…   Read Story »
Earlier this month, we learned that Sigur Rós would guest on, and provide music for, an episode of The Simpsons entitled "The Saga Of Carl," one that involves Homer's friend Carl returning to his…   Read Story »
We like to talk about artists' contradictory impulses, but with Björk, it's more apt to talk about unities. In a career that's nearing its fourth decade, she's coupled many of the major dualities:…   Read Story »
I don't know if it's a seasonal affective disorder thing or what, but this is the week when almost all the really good videos got all dark and twisty and Lynchian and strange. Other than the Best…   Read Story »
Björk will soon release her new album bastards, a collection of remixes of songs from her 2011 studio LP Biophilia. And now she's also given us a video for the Biophilia track "Mutual Core," which…   Read Story »
Next week, Björk will release bastards, a collection of remixes of tracks from her 2011 album Biophilia. We've already heard remixes from Death Grips, El Guincho, and Matthew Herbert, and the LP…   Read Story »
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 »