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Röyksopp have shared a shadowy new video for "Skulls," a track off of what is supposed to be their last traditional full-length album, The Inevitable End. The black-and-white clip was directed by…   Read Story »
Röyksopp's farewell album The Inevitable End includes a new version of their Robyn collaboration "Monument," which we shared back in September. Now that the album is days away from release, DFA's…   Read Story »
Röyksopp aren't breaking up or anything, but the Norwegian electronic producers have announced that their new LP The Inevitable End will be the last time they adhere to the album format. They've got…   Read Story »
Röyksopp have shared another song from their upcoming final full-length, following "Skulls," "You Know I Have To Go," and a reworked version of the Robyn collaboration "Monument." This one features…   Read Story »
Norwegian electronic duo Röyksopp have declared that their upcoming LP, appropriately entitled The Inevitable End, will be their last release to adhere to the traditional album format. We've already…   Read Story »
Röyksopp & Robyn released the very good mini-album Do It Again with the promise that it was just the beginning of new work to come from each artist individually. Today, Röyksopp unveiled a new…   Read Story »
Röyksopp and Robyn brought their dance collaboration to Fallon last night and performed the title track from their new Do It Again mini-album. Robyn wore a mustard yellow jacket with leg warmers and…   Read Story »
Earlier this year, Adam Bainbridge, aka Kindness, completely remade Blood Orange's "Uncle ACE" with house legend Robert Owens. Now he's taken on the spacious, slow-burning "Monument" by Röyksopp &…   Read Story »
Röyksopp and Robyn's "Monument" off their collaborative mini-album recently got the video treatment and now it has a remix courtesy of house producer Mark E from the label Ghostly International.…   Read Story »
Øyafestivalen has now entered its 13th year, and last week, the Norwegian festival's 2014 iteration filled Oslo with excellent artists. There were folk musicians like Angel Olsen and Bill Callahan…   Read Story »