Björk collaborator Andrew Thomas Huang directed the video for lead single “bless ur heart”
For her 2017 album Music for People in Trouble
Courtney Love compiled the LP featuring Hole, Björk, L7, more
Sounds like: Emma Louise, Flight Facilities What's so good? I must confess I never was much a fan of Bjork, but I can't help but wonder whether this musical style is best categorized as a "modern-day Bjork" sound (baring in my, of course,...Show More Summary
Plus Tyler, Vince Staples, Migos, Lykke Li, Nick Cave, Father John Misty, Beach House, the Breeders, and tons more
City Of Satan is a video out of Helsinki. Creators, Jaro Serlas and Mikko Björk have unleashed Tommi Björk's part upon us. Word is the full video will be hitting the web soon.
In Justin Timberlake’s recent video for “Filthy,” Timberlake appears in Steve Jobs cosplay, controlling a robot as it dances provocatively around an Apple-style press conference. The robot is clearly humanoid with a somewhat natural-looking face, but its shiny surface and exposed armatures read as totally mechanical. Show More Summary
Including Usher, Björk, and… Bon Jovi?!
One of my favorite music videos is Michel Gondry’s piece for Björk’s 1997 single “Bachelorette,” which depicts the Icelandic pop star as the author of a book so big it eclipses her. She takes it to a publisher, it’s a hit, it’s mass produced, and sooner or later the theater ... More »
Sounds like: Kelly Lee Owens, Björk, Four Tet Song: Negative Gemini - Infin Path What's so good? Negative Gemini, singer and producer Lindsey French’s latest song "Infin Path" is a plunge into underground dream pop. By using familiar...Show More Summary
Gorillaz, LCD Soundsystem, HAIM, Drake, Liam Gallagher, Arcade Fire, Alice Wolf, Sampha, more up for awards
The playlist includes music by Big Thief, Camp Cope, Lizzo, Waxahatchee, Torres, St. Vincent, Bjork, Aldous Harding, Sheer Mag, Vagabon, Angel Olsen, Joni Mitchell, and more. Continue reading…
“The Gate” director Andrew Thomas Huang articulates a unified theory of the Björk visual universe.
Utopia Björk One Little Indian Björk’s latest album is her longest (clocking in at 72 minutes) and her most daring yet. On past recordings, cadres of female musicians with fierce chops held sway – employing French horns and strings. This time out, a dozen Icelandic flutists are the ensemble of choice. Alongside them is the […]
On this week's show we look back at 2017 with songs from LCD Soundsystem, Glassjaw, Vince Staples, Bjork, King Krule, The National, The Feelies, Kendrick Lamar, Slowdive and tons more. Continue reading…
Björk's 2017 release, Utopia, opens with an epic song called "Arisen My Senses," and just yesterday we were treated to a video for it. Jesse Kanda -- the visual artist responsible for the Utopia album art -- created the clip, and it features an appearance from Björk's co-producer Arca. It's unusual for Björk to showcase…
”i am surprised why some of my fans have a difficulty with this. i wonder why and ask them to be open minded to the complexities of musical union between generations and different sexual orientations.” - Bjork Continue reading…
The video is directed by longtime Björk collaborator Jesse Kanda.
After releasing videos for “Blissing Me” and “The Gate,” Björk debuts a new visual for “Arisen My Senses,” another song from her ninth studio album, Utopia which released in November. Directed by Björk, Arca and frequent collaborator Jesse Kanda, who also designed the cover art for Utopia, the presentation features Björk and Arca emerging from […]
Another stunning visual from the Icelandic singer’s new album Utopia, directed by Jesse Kanda.