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Recent Articles about Björk
In this cover interview from the Fall 2011 issue of Electronic Beats Magazine, Björk speaks to Hans Ulrich Obrist about her then-revolutionary interactive album Biophilia, why record industry pessimism regarding the disappearance of the physical is unwarranted and the difference between European and American nature documentaries.
Light a candle. Draw the required sigils. Now, raise your arms above your head and slowly, gently, exhale your soul. You won’t need it here. This is Audioccult, and it’s time to get low. The living no longer matter; we feed on and regurgitate our dead in ways that would make their ghosts scream – more
In the jungle of digital communication, user generated content? has become increasingly designed for temporary consumption; here today, gone (or irrelevant) later today. That is, until the posts, tweets and streams of digital consciousness are turned into books—a somewhat bizarre measure of the literary value of new media. For British poet and blogger Rick Holland – more
Intuition tells us you potentially take offense at being inundated with images of multi-pastelled eggs and bunny rabbits. We feel the same. Nevertheless, in keeping up with our pan-religious agenda (re: last December’s 8 classic Kraftwerk Hanukkah album reviews/month-long post-sundown Ramadan postings), we’re proud to present to you our Easter Special – an in-depth look – more
We are not cynical (much) but this is milking it a little bit we think. Bjork is to release an eight part remix series of her latest, multi-dimensional album Biophilia. Feature a huge number of artists that includes Hudson Mohawke, Death Grips, Alva Noto, King Cannibal, Current Value, These New Puritans, Matthew Herbert, 16 Bit – more
Welcome to our latest episode of music video goods, this week with St. Lucia, High Hopes, EB favorites Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs and many more. Enjoy. #1 Diagram & Moliné – Magnus New visuals for Magnus, a track off of Diagram & Moliné‘s upcoming full length, entitled Ley. Out next week through Entr’acte. /// #2 – more