Björk has been forced to abandon her Kickstarter campaign due to a lack of donations. As reported by 405, Björk started the campaign to make her app album Biophilia compatible on Windows 8, Android and Mac Desktop. The Icelandic songstress aimed to raised £375,000, writing that it was “unbelievably complicated to reprogram Biophilia” and that
Never afraid to be a a little experimental, Bjork has released a crazy new video for her 2011 Biophilia track Mutual Core. The clip gives us maximum visual pleasure as we see her buried waist deep in sand while rock monsters hover around her. Bjork will soon be releasing a new album titled Bastards, which
Consequence of Sound has reported that Icelandic songstress Bjork is set to release a remix album titled Bastards on November 19, 2012. For the past year the quirky singer has been enlisting producers such as Omar Souleyman, Matthew Herbert and hip hop outlaws Death Grips to rework tracks from her latest album Biophilia. Now Bjork
It seems Bjork will team up with the legendary UK documentary presenter David Attenborough for a music documentary. While it might seem like a weird pairing, I don’t think many people will complain too much, and after all, Attenborough is the scientific equivalent of a rock star. In my mind anyway. The Hollywood Reporter says
Icelandic songstress Bjork has discovered a nodule in her vocal chords. So far it looks like she will not require surgery, but she has cancelled her shows in Buenos Aires, and will take some time off to fix it. Bjork took to Facebook to let her fans know about the problem, saying: “im sorry to
Reports yesterday of the possibility of us seeing Icelandic songstress Björk over our way for the Vivid LIVE 2012 have been squashed. TMN spoke to Festival director Fergus Linehan this morning, who says that it isn’t happening. “On this occasion, as you can see from her schedule, there are no plans for Bjork to perform
Another rumour for the upcoming Vivid LIVE 2012 line-up has come to light over the weekend, with clues that Icelandic musical virtuoso Björk will be headlining the festival with an Australian tour. Fasterlouder have pointed out that a Google AdWords campaign was discovered, with keywords pointing to the Vivid LIVE website, including “Bjork Australian tour
The Quietus has brought word of Bjork’s new video clip Hollow, which was created with the assistance of biomedical animator Drew Berry.
Last night Icelandic musical virtuoso Björk appeared on The Colbert Report to talk about her latest record Biophilia and perform lead single Cosmogony. The world’s first app album Biophilia was recorded partly on an iPad and will be promoted by a 3-year-long tour. As reported by Spin, the worldwide tour will include science centers as
Björk played Later… with Jools Holland last night along with Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Bird’s and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Björk was the standout of the three; she performed her track Crystalline with a school choir consisting of 20 children.
Online radio website NPR has put up a stream of Björk’s new album Biophilia. The album is due for release on the 11th of October. Biophilia is Björk’s eighth album and the first to incorporate Apple iPad apps. Each track from the album has a specific app with which fans can explore and interact with
Björk has posted the video to Moon, another song from her unique new app album, Biophilia, which is set to be released on 11 October. The clip is typically eye-catching with a flame-haired playing a waist-high belt harp while in space. The video was directed, produced, and art-directed by Björk herself with Inez and Vinoodh,
Björk’s new video for the track Moon, off of her forthcoming seventh studio album, Biophilia. Due out in October. The album is “partly recorded” on an iPad and, as well as a standard CD release, it will be released in the form of a series of apps. Biophilia will be the world’s “first app album”
Bjork is busy at the moment, which should be cause for cheer. As Consequence of Sound points out, she is currently overseeing the impending release of a new album, an App and a very expensive and elaborate box set. Now, it has been revealed that in the run-up to the release of her much-anticipated Biophilia
The year of Bon Iver continues (complete with Bon Iver Day, believe it or not), with Justin Vernon and crew making headlines at NME.com and others for performing a cover of Bjork‘s 2004 song, Who Is It.
Björk has unveiled a teaser clip from her forthcoming seventh studio album, Biophilia. The clip features the new track Crystalline, which will be released in full at the end of the month. Biophilia was “partly recorded” on an iPad and (In collaboration with Apple) will be released in the form of a series of apps.
In what promises to be among the more interesting collaborations of 2011, Bjork is teaming up with Syrian superstar and growing hipster icon, Omar Souleyman. Souleyman, whose music draws on his native style and Arabic rhythms as well as more western touches such as synthesisers and samplers, released his third album Jazeera Nights last year