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Pitchfork's 50 Best Albums of 2017

Drake, Lana Del Rey, Kendrick Lamar, SZA, Lorde, Julien Baker, Bjork, Fever Ray & more crack Pitchfork's 50 best albums of 2017 list. Continue reading…

Always crashing in the same car

“Hey, remember me?  I’ve been busy working like crazy” – Fever Ray I’m at the Banff International Research Station (BIRS) for the week, which is basically a Canadian version of Disneyland where during coffee breaks a Canadian woman with a rake politely walks around telling elk to “shoo”. Show More Summary

Fever Ray Takes The “Plunge”

3 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : NewNowNext

Karin Dreijer is back—and she's looking for some action.

Genuine Alternatives: The War on Drugs, Fever Ray, Julien Baker, Moses Sumney

3 weeks agoArts : Hyperallergic

Four new albums go from a bland, booming pastiche of rock noises to questioning notions of coupledom and the possibility of love. The post Genuine Alternatives: The War on Drugs, Fever Ray, Julien Baker, Moses Sumney appeared first on Hyperallergic.

Fever Ray Announces First Concerts In Over 7 Years

Last month, the Knife's Karin Dreijer returned to her solo project Fever Ray and released Plunge, the stunning second Fever Ray album. And today, Dreijer has announced that she'll play her first Fever Ray shows in more than seven years in 2018. The last Fever Ray show was a 2010 set at the UK's Bestival.

Fever Ray announces first live dates since 2010

Karen Dreijer will tour the U.K. and Europe early next year.

Fever Ray – “Mustn’t Hurry” Video

The Knife's Karin Dreijer just released Plunge, her second LP of chilly Scandinavian synthpop under the name Fever Ray, and she's already given us one freaky visual for lead single "To The Moon And Back." Now she's back with a new video for another album standout, "Mustn't Hurry," a short loop that finds Dreijer caked…

watch Fever Ray's unsettling "Mustn't Hurry" visuals

Karin Dreijer shares some creepy AF visuals for one of Plunge's best tracks: Continue reading…

Shut Up, Dude: This Week’s Best And Worst Comments

This week we reviewed new releases by Fever Ray, Converge, Sam Smith, and 21 Savage/Offset/Metro Boomin. We picked Weezer's best songs since Pinkerton and worst songs since Rivers Cuomo was born. We celebrated Halloween with our metal column and a list of Christmas albums. We marked anniversaries for Burial, Jay-Z, and R.E.M.. And coincidentally we…

Inbox Jukebox: A Weekly Shortlist of Good New Music. Fever Ray, Thunderpussy, Ride, and More

last monthUnited States / Seattle : Slog

We sift through hundreds of songs in our inbox to find five new (and old) ones that you need to jam into your earholes. by Dave Segal Lust never sleeps on Fever Ray's new single, "To the Moon and Back." Mute Records Fever Ray, "To the Moon and Back" (Mute). Show More Summary

Fever Ray - Plunge

Her most direct and personal record to date

The 7 Best Music Videos of October 2017

Featuring visuals from Fever Ray, Haim, Zola Jesus, Big Shaq, and more.

BrooklynVegan Blog Radio on SiriusXMU: Playlist for November 1, 2017

For our first SiriusXMU Blog Radio show of November, we played a bunch of brand new songs from the likes of US Girls, Fever Ray, Protomartyr, King Krule, Bjork, Julien Baker and more, plus songs ripped from BV headlines (Nick Cave, Sonic Youth, Chance the Rapper, Mazzy Star, and more)... Continue reading…

october 2017 mix

Not to be confused with our annual Halloween mix, here's our October 2017 monthly mix, featuring some of the best new tracks from the past month by John Maus, Yaeji, Lou Rebecca, Fever Ray, Smerz, Sassy 009 + more: Continue reading…

On the queer pleasures of Fever Ray’s Plunge

Karen Dreijer’s second album away from The Knife is a sex-positive exploration of LGBTQ desire.

Fever Ray is more alive than ever on the wild, thrilling Plunge

One of the prevailing themes of The Knife’s unwieldy, unruly 2013 album Shaking The Habitual is right there in the title: breaking from norms and destroying expectations. Influenced by the writings of feminist and queer theory scholars, the Swedish sister-brother duo fixated on questioning the strict, pointless rules… Read more...

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