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Danish/Swedish duo franskild give us another little taste of their eclectic sounds
Swedish duo Korallreven are sadly calling it quits, but not before sharing their final single and playing two last shows
This new Crystal Castles track is pretty damn good
Fans of Fever Ray and Maya Jane Coles should probably be aware of Femme En Fourrure as well
This new track from Karin Park is super addictive
Planningtorock always offers something a little bit different, a little bit weird and a little bit sexual
The Knife have decided to shake things up
This is one long weekend that means more than just getting a day off work.
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Karin Park stars in and co-directs music video for her latest single ‘Shine,’ which was filmed in the Swedish Church she lives in.
Planningtorock offers up ‘Human Drama,’ the first official single to come form her early 2014 album, All Love’s Legal.
Berlin’s Planningtorock have announced a brand new album is scheduled for release in February titled, All Love’s Legal.
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Swedish eccentrics The Knife have invited Planningtorock to reinterpret ‘Full of Fire’, the first single that fell from their 2013 album Shaking The Habitual.
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‘Dead Living Things’ is the latest tune to come from French electro-house artist Jackson and his Computerband’s second album Glow.
From the sleepy normality of Sheffield, Britain comes the intriguing sounds of singer/songwriter Leigh de Vries and her latest single, ‘Strange’. Sounds like Planningtorock, The Knife and notic nastic
The wait is over! Seven years since the release of ‘Silent Shout,’ The Knife’s Olof and Karin Dreijer have unveiled fourth studio album ‘Shaking The Habitual.’ Stream it one week ahead of its official release.
The always interesting Berlin-based musician Janine Rostron AKA Planningtorock has a new 12″ split-single on the ready. Her contribution is ‘Patriarchy Over & Out.’
If disco is wrong, then I don’t want to be right.
Swedish electro-pop trio Miike Snow have served up another tasty morsel off their new album. This one is called ‘The Wave’ and it comes with its own video that features an alien ship crashing into a desert and killing a bunch of children. We anticipate that some fucked-up hallucinogens were consumed during its making. Happy […]