Certainly beats the Macarena.
The Colombian-American artist recreates a 25-year-old song from Björk’s first album.
Björk’s ninth album is sublimely philosophical.
“I was the first one that stood up to him and didn’t let him get away with it.”
“Women in music are allowed to be singer-songwriters singing about their boyfriends.”
Bjork mesmerised with an elusive DJ set at the opening of her Bjork Digital exhibition for Vivid Live.
If you can’t make it to Bjork’s exhibition in Sydney, you’ll be able to experience some of it on your phone soon.
The Icelandic singer says she’s constantly “been hitting walls” due to sexism in both industries.
Tickets will go even faster than the first show so be ready.
In all of its radiant glory.
Because shining gem of a human being Bjork is, well Bjork, and never does anything the ~usual~ way, here’s her brand new video for single Stonemilker, off last year’s Vulnicura album, in 360 motherflippin’ degrees. Filmed in her native Iceland in what barely looks like suitably warm clothing, the clip sees Bjork moving throughout the
Björk rush-released her stunning new album Vulnicura last month after the album leaked online, and now the Icelandic muso is set on keeping the album off of streaming services because she thinks they are nothing more than “insane”. In a recent interview with Fast Company, Björk said her management have really been going with the
From complex meditations on nature and technology to a piece of raw emotion. This is the journey Björk makes between her last album and multimedia project, Biophilia, and her new offering, Vulnicura. This is a break-up album. Not any break-up album; one documenting the dissolution of a decades-long relationship and reflecting on how it will
Critically acclaimed Icelandic musician Björk has released her new album Vulnicura roughly two months earlier than it was originally expected. Following a super-early leak of the album online, Björk’s label One Little Indian have set about releasing the singer’s ninth album on iTunes over a 24-hour period. Björk revealed the existence of Vulnicura to the
The reigning sovereign of strange, Bjork, has revealed that her new album, Vulnicura, the follow-up to 2011’s multimedia record Biophilia, is due to drop this March. The Icelandic alternative singer-songwriter’s ninth studio LP will also mark her sixth in collaboration with renowned producer Arca (a.k.a. Alejandro Ghersi), whose recent work also includes tracks on Kanye
New York’s Governors Ball has unveiled its 2015 lineup, headlined by Drake, The Black Keys, Deadmau5 and Florence + The Machine. Held at New York’s Randall’s Island Park from June 5-7 this year, the festival will also feature performances from Lana Del Rey, Björk, Ryan Adams, My Morning Jacket and Chromeo. This year’s Governors Ball
Adhering faultlessly to their usual MO of utter unpredictability, LA-based experimental hip-hop provocateurs Death Grips have dropped a new album that features contributions from Björk. Titled Niggas On The Moon, the album is part one of a double LP the group have titled The Powers That B. Taking to Facebook, Death Grips write that the
The “greatest” singer in popular music is one of those pub debates that starts off as a friendly disagreement and soon metastasises into people being written out of wills, fisticuffs, and divorce, but the folks at Concert Hotels have decided to do something to ease all the needless familial strife. While their new interactive chart
Now here’s a pairing that just might be the ultimate odd couple – Björk and David Attenborough have teamed up, unfortunately not to make a spoken word album together, but to make a documentary entitled Attenborough and Björk: The Nature of Music about the intersection of art, music, the environment, and technology. According to Channel