Match made in heaven.
Currently down under for Splendour In Th Grass 2015, British indie four-piece Everything Everything have stopped off at the triple j studios this morning to perform a stripped-back cover of Robyn‘s 2007 dance hit With Every Heartbeat, as part of the Like A Version covers segment. Everything Everything’s take on the Robyn classic saw vocalist
Röyksopp have cancelled their upcoming Australian tour, which included appearances at Falls Festival, Southbound and headline shows. The cancellation comes after Robyn pulled out of the tour earlier this week due to a “personal family matter“. Both acts were scheduled to perform together as Röyksopp & Robyn at Falls, Southbound and their own joint “state-of-the-art”
After much confusion and speculation yesterday, Falls Festival organisers have announced that festival headliner Robyn has cancelled her Australian tour with Röyksopp, including all shows on the festival tour and two scheduled sideshow dates, due to a “personal family matter”. A brief statement from the festival was issued in a press release this morning: “Regrettably,
Swedish electronic songstress Robyn may no longer be appearing alongside fellow Scandinavian collaborators Röyksopp on their Australian tour this summer as part of Falls Festival, according to a Facebook post from festival organisers that has since been deleted. A statement from Falls organisers posted on their Facebook page, which is now deleted, states that Robyn
Already announced as part of the Falls Festival lineup, Scandinavian collaborators Röyksopp and Robyn have announced an extension of their Australian visit, locking in two “state-of-the-art” one-off headlining shows in Sydney and Melbourne in January 2015. These shows follows the release of Röyksopp and Robyn’s mini-album Do It Again. These shows has been receiving rave
Alt-J, Röyksopp & Robyn & more!
Swedish electronic songstress Robyn has today unveiled the video feature for U Should Know Better, one of the most replayed tracks from her critically acclaimed album Body Talk PT 2. The track features a collaboration with Snoop Dogg (Yes, Dogg this time, not Lion) and sees the genders of both artists totally flipped, with strange