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Fever Ray Announces First Concerts In Over 7 Years

3 weeks agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

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 – “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…

Review: Fever Ray, Plunge

The song is a prosthesis that extends like a limb into the gut and pulls out the half-digested heart.” When Karin Dreijer, the woman behind Fever Ray and one half of the Knife, announced her new release, that’s how she described her craft. For better or worse, the description is precisely on... Continue reading

Premature Evaluation: Fever Ray Plunge

The last time we heard from Karin Dreijer, she was excoriating modern society on the Knife's most overtly political album, Shaking The Habitual, which apparently also served as that project's farewell note. But four years after that album and eight years after her debut as Fever Ray, Dreijer has returned with a new solo album…

Stream Fever Ray Plunge

After eight years of radio silence, we basically just learned that Fever Ray was going to be a thing again. And now, less than two weeks later, we're already getting a full solo album from the Knife's Karin Dreijer. Lead single "To The Moon And Back" was freaky and awesome, and now you can hear…

Fever Ray's new album Plunge is out tonight

Surprise! Fever Ray, aka The Knife’s Karin Dreijer, will release her first album since 2009, Plunge, tonight. It hits the streamers at midnight, though you’ll have to wait until February 23 to own a physical copy for some reason. Earlier, Dreijer shared a track from the album, “To the Moon and... Continue reading

Fever Ray announces new LP 'Plunge' which is out this week, touring in 2018

Fever Ray's new album is indeed titled Plunge and, surprise, it's out on Friday (10/27) digitally via Mute, with physical copies out in February. Karin Dreijer, who is one-half of The Knife, made it primarily in her own Stockholm studio... Continue reading…

Fever Ray Announces New Album Plunge, Out Tonight

2 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Way back in 2009, Karin Dreijer, then one half of the Knife, released a truly excellent album of gothic, chilling synthpop under the name Fever Ray. Last week, after sharing a couple of teasers, she dropped the intense, conversation-starting video for "To The Moon And Back," the first new Fever Ray song in eight years.

Fever Ray to release surprise album Plunge tomorrow

Karin Dreijer of The Knife’s new solo record is out on Friday, October 27.

Things Can Start Happening

2 months agoMusic / Rock & Pop : Fluxblog

Fever Ray “To the Moon and Back” I wouldn’t have expected Karin Dreijer’s first new song in several years to be something of a throwback to the aesthetics of The Knife’s Deep Cuts, but it’s a very welcome surprise. “To the Moon and Back” has a perky bounce to it, and melodies that are overtly […]

Fever Ray :: To the Moon and Back

Oh, oh, oh, NEW FEVER RAY!!! It had been 8 long years since we heard new music from Fever Ray (aka) Karin Dreijer Andersson one half of electronic duo The Knife, and her excellent self titled debut album from 2009. Her new single "To...Show More Summary

New Music: Fever Ray, Grimes, Charlotte Gainsbourg

Fever Ray is back. Fever Ray is back. Fever Ray is back. Fever Ray is back. Fever Ray is back.The Knife’s Karin Dreijer has shared her first piece of new music (and video) under the Fever Ray moniker since 2009. Watch the disturbing clip for “To the Moon and Back“ below.Grimes and the... Continue reading

Fever Ray – “To The Moon And Back” Video

2 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

After teasing us mercilessly all week, the Knife's Karin Dreijer has finally returned with the first Fever Ray song in eight years. "To The Moon And Back" is a dark but surprisingly accessible synthpop song, if you consider a song featuring lyrics like "First I take you then you take me/ Breath some life into…

Fever Ray (Karin of The Knife) teasing "Plunge" with creepy videos

Fever Ray, the solo project of The Knife's Karin Dreijer, hasn't released a record since 2009, but signs are pointing to that changing very soon. Two short, decidedly weird/creepy videos with what sounds like new music have been released... Continue reading…

Watch Another Terrifying Fever Ray Teaser

2 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

The Knife’s Karin Dreijer Andersson has been teasing new Fever Ray material all week, presumably building up to a new song and album announcement. We gotten a Karma Kinksters telephone line and a creepy video featuring some new music. Now she's shared yet another clip, with some more new music and a terrifying all-white decomposing…

Fever Ray Teases New Music With Intense Video: Watch

The Knife’s Karin Dreijer Andersson last released a solo album in 2009

Fever Ray Teases New Project

2 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Fever Ray, the solo side project of the Knife's Karin Dreijer Andersson, seems to be teasing something new on social media. After releasing one self-titled solo album while the Knife were on hiatus in 2009, the project mostly went dormant, but the official Fever Ray Facebook page has just changed its profile and cover photos…

The Knife Announce ‘Shaking the Habitual’ Film & Live Album

After wrapping their groundbreaking ‘Shaking the Habitual’ Tour in 2014 in support of their mammoth third album of the same name, The Knife called it quits. The brother-sister duo of Karin Dreijer Andersson and Olaf Dreijer entered an indefinite hiatus, leaving a void in electronic music that no one has come close to filling ever […]

The Knife on Coming Back (At Least for a Concert Film)

We talk to Karin and Olof Dreijer about their new live film, recorded during what was intended to be their final tour—an ambitious array of choreography that confused some fans to the point of walkouts.

Disbanded Sibling Duo The Knife Release a Horrifying Cooking Video. Does This Signal…Something?

Following their 2014 album Shaking the Habitual, The Knife’s Karin Dreijer and Olof Dreijer announced that their band that’d brought so much danceable alienation to the world would be going quiet. And so they stuck to their unfortunate word, and seemingly disbanded. However, as Pitchfork noted this morning, their Facebook page now has two disquieting (though that qualifier […]

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