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For the broader pop cultural population, Björk's brilliant musical creativity is surpassed by her eccentric personal brand. Not for nothing, I guess. To wit: Last week I was on FUSE's Hoppus On…   Read Story »
Here's the eye popping first video from Björk's app album Biophilia. It was directed by Michel Gondry on Björk's home planet of Krypton. Biophilia is out 9/27 via Nonesuch/One Little Indian.…   Read Story »
Yesterday was Bon Iver Day in Milwaukee and a couple of thousand folks in the city were lucky enough to celebrate with Justin Vernon himself at his band's tour kickoff at Riverside Theater. The set…   Read Story »
Following "Crystalline," we now have our first listen to "Cosmogony," another track from Björk's forthcoming interactive album/app Biophilia. Take a listen: Björk - "Cosmogony" If you missed…   Read Story »
Biophilia is one of 2011's best releases, even without the Apps, invented instruments, live shows, educational workshops, etc. The songwriting itself is sharp, the feel immediate and enveloping. But…   Read Story »
"Crystalline" is the first single from Bjork's Biophilia, the iPad-inspired multi-media LP that will celebrate "how sound works in nature, exploring the infinite expanse of the universe, from…   Read Story »
Last month we learned a bit about Biophilia, Björk’s forthcoming multi-media album that will see each of its ten tracks released as an app. (She's working with longtime collaborator Michel Gondry…   Read Story »
Björk's next "album" Biophilia is a multimedia project that "celebrates how sound works in nature, exploring the infinite expanse of the universe, from planetary systems to atomic structure." To…   Read Story »
Last month Death Cab For Cutie returned to the spotlight with "You Are A Tourist," the great first single and video from their forthcoming Codes And Keys. A sunny addition to our spring playlist, it…   Read Story »
I "sang" "Love Will Tear Us Apart" at our 2010 staff Holiday party and supposedly sounded like "an Eastern European guy who'd never heard the song before." Björk does a better job. She gave it a go…   Read Story »