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Björk Collaborates With Hamrahlíð Choir on New Track “Cosmogony”

By: Staff – The Hamrahlíð Choir will release “Cosmogony,” the first single from their upcoming album Come and be Joyful, on December 6th. Written by Björk and Sjón, “Cosmogony” is an entirely acapella work which was first performed by the Hamrahlíð Choir at the premiere performance of  Björk’s critically acclaimed Cornucopia show at The Shed, … Continue reading

Björk Announces “Björk Orchestral Tour”

By: Staff – After Björk’s most elaborate stage performance to date, ‘Cornucopia’, she announces today that she will embark on a new tour in 2020, ‘Björk Orchestral’. Unlike Cornucopia’s elaborate stage production, Björk orchestral will focus on Björk singing with some of the most renowned orchestras in the world to her acoustic string arrangements of … Continue reading

Björk Announces New Album “Utopia”

By: Staff – Björk has announced that her ninth studio album, Utopia, will be released on November 24th via One Little Indian Records. In a statement on her Facebook page to announce the album she wrote: “I am so overwhelmingly humble while announcing my album, Utopia, is coming out end of nov . i can´t … Continue reading

FYF Fest Announces 2017 Lineup

By: Staff – FYF Fest has announced its 2017 lineup. Taking place July 21-23 at Exposition Park in downtown Los Angeles, the 14th annual FYF Fest expands to three days and feature headlining performances from Missy Elliott and Bjork on July 21st, Frank Ocean on July 22nd, and Nine Inch Nails on July 23rd, along with additional performances from A Tribe Called Quest, Erykah Badu, Iggy Pop, Solange, Run the … Continue reading

Photos: Bjork @ Stern Auditorium at Carnegie Hall

Photos by: Kevin Mazur – Grammy-nominated electronic pop singer-songwriter Bjork, who released her ninth album, Vulnicura, on January 20th, 2015 via One Little Indian, which features the single “Stonemilker”, performed at Stern Auditorium at Carnegie Hall this afternoon where she premiered several new songs including the aforementioned “Stonemilker”, along with “Lionsong”, “History of Touches”, “Black … Continue reading

Year in Review: The Best Concerts of 2013

Of the hundreds of concerts (both good and bad) that we covered this year, we made some tough choices on what we think were the best live music this year had to offer. From R. Kelly’s smooth lyrical flow at Bonnaroo, Fucked Up’s wild as usual party at NXNE, Bjork’s on-stage eccentricity at both Bonnaroo and … Continue reading

Concert Review: Ottawa Bluesfest 2013 (Day 9) – Björk, Ra Ra Riot, Stars, Death Grips + More

By: Scott Penner (@ScottPenner) – Iconic Icelandic singer and one-woman art installation Björk, who is eccentric as she is legendary, performed on the Bluesfest main stage last night. With several other bands recently banning fan photography at their shows, including She & Him, and Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Björk enacted a similar policy during her 15-song performance. With five screens behind … Continue reading

Album Review: Björk’s “Bastards” Delivers Collection Of “Biophilia” Remixes That Explore New Sonic Horizons

By: Calum Slingerland – Last year, the world saw Björk release her critically acclaimed Biophilia, an extremely experimental and unique record that was released alongside a bevy of extra content. Interactive apps were created to enhance the listening experience and the album’s concept. The delivery of extra goodies doesn’t stop there, as a collection of Biophilia … Continue reading

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