Bjork

Bjork

Bjork

Bjork Australian tour for Vivid Live 2012?23

Bjork Australian tour for Vivid Live 2012?

By Tim Duggan 12th Mar, 2012

Could Australian tour dates be on the card for Bjork to headline Vivid LIVE 2012?

Dance Music's 20 Most Infamous Videos520

Dance Music's 20 Most Infamous Videos

By Katie Cunningham 9th Nov, 2011

After hours of careful research, inthemix has brought together 20 of the most controversial video clips to ever grace a television or computer screen. Turns out 2 Girls 1 Cup might not be the most confronting thing on the internet, after all.

Listen: Flying Lotus shares Massive Attack, Bjork remixes + unreleased treats34

Listen: Flying Lotus shares Massive Attack, Bjork remixes + unreleased treats

By Dave Ruby Howe 15th Jun, 2011

Otherworldly electronic adventurer Flying Lotus took to Twitter last night to announce that though he “doesn’t like Soundcloud” he had uploaded a slew of material to the music streaming site.

Björk's new album to be released through app series (of course)13

Björk's new album to be released through app series (of course)

By Tom Mann 6th Jun, 2011

Bjork's new 'album' will be released as a series of apps that will allow fans to interact with the songs or even create completely new versions.

Bjork and Michel Gondry team up for a 3D musical14

Bjork and Michel Gondry team up for a 3D musical

By Tom Mann 16th Mar, 2010

Bjork and Michel Gondry are doing something weird and unexpected? Quick, call Ripley’s!

Bjork and Thom Yorke team up3

Bjork and Thom Yorke team up

By Jack Tregoning 13th Oct, 2008

It’s the stuff indie dreams are made of – Bjork’s ‘people’ have announced the new single from the Icelandic chanteuse features Thom Yorke of Radiohead on backing vocals.

Bjork's latest festival exit explained

Bjork's latest festival exit explained

By Tim Hardaker 9th Jul, 2008

Icelandic pop star Bjork recently pulled out of Renaissance’s Wild In the Country festival at Knebworth, UK, blaming her withdrawal on the ‘volatile nature of the event’.

Sigur Ros and Bjork dazzle at free concert2

Sigur Ros and Bjork dazzle at free concert

By Jack Tregoning 2nd Jul, 2008

It’s times like these you wish you were one of Iceland’s 300,000-odd citizens. While roughly half that number of Poms were sprawled across Glastonbury, Icelandic nationals Sigur Ros and Bjork “celebrated nature” with a free concert in Reykjavik.

Update: Bjork's Exit cancellation 5

Update: Bjork's Exit cancellation "completely false"

By Jack Tregoning 28th Feb, 2008

Following our announcement yesterday (procured from NME.com no less) that Bjork had been dropped from the Exit Festival, a spokesperson from the Novi Said event has said "the story is totally fabricated".

Germany’s Melt Festival grows in 20085

Germany’s Melt Festival grows in 2008

By Jack Tregoning 26th Feb, 2008

The truly one-of-a-kind Melt Festival, staged amongst retired coal-mining diggers on Germany’s Ferropolis peninsula, has line-ups to match its location. In 2008, there’s an extra day added to accommodate the all-star cast.

Big Day Out 2008 @ Wayville Showground, Adelaide (01/02/08)1

Big Day Out 2008 @ Wayville Showground, Adelaide (01/02/08)

By Shane Scott 4th Feb, 2008

The annual Big Day Out circus rolled into Adelaide once more, selling out in record time. And there is something enjoyable about an event that is an annual must attend regardless of who is playing!

Big Day Out 2008 @ Parklands, Gold Coast (20/01/08)3

Big Day Out 2008 @ Parklands, Gold Coast (20/01/08)

By Casey Steele 30th Jan, 2008

Nothing says “I’m here to rock n’ roll” quite like having no plan, a ticket and a smile, so I organized a lift an hour before it started and off I was to arguably the biggest event of 2008. Check out the ITM review of the QLD Big Day Out experienc

Big Day Out 2008 @ Flemington Racecourse, Melbourne (28/01/08)

Big Day Out 2008 @ Flemington Racecourse, Melbourne (28/01/08)

By Brad Lacey 30th Jan, 2008

There are some aspects of the long-running Big Day Out festival that will never disappoint. Among them, the line-up. 2008's entry into music history, featuring Bjork, Silverchair, and a reformed Rage Against The Machine, could again do no wrong here.

Bjork @ Opera House Forecourt, Sydney (23/01/08)1

Bjork @ Opera House Forecourt, Sydney (23/01/08)

By Angus Paterson 26th Jan, 2008

It sure was a coup for the Sydney Festival organisers. Bjork, the quirky Icelandic singer who’s been one of the most consistent fixtures on the musical landscape over the last 20 years, had agreed to participate in Sydney’s biggest cultural festival.

Bjork cancels on Sydney Big Day Out20

Bjork cancels on Sydney Big Day Out

By Tim Hardaker 24th Jan, 2008

It has been revealed that Icelandic pop-princess Bjork is now no longer appearing at the Sydney Big Day Out on Friday January 25th.

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adsy808 adsy808 said on Mon 12th Mar, 2012
"^that would be amazing"
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andosound andosound said on Sat 19th Nov, 2011
""Genocide on red-heads %u2013 we%u2019ve all thought abou..."
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daverh daverh said on Wed 15th Jun, 2011
"Yeah might be...odd though!"
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Weinertron Weinertron said on Mon 6th Jun, 2011
"jesus. I can't say all her music makes sense to me, but s..."