Fever Ray's Karin Dreijer Andersson contributed a haunted hour-long Halloween mix for the latest Resident Advisor podcast. Dreijer says of the mix:"I think the eclectic and wide range of music makes it more dynamic and more intense. The tracks affects each other, they get even more mean...
Fever Ray offers up this eerie and oddly affecting cover of Vashti Bunyan's "Here Before" -- complete with vaguely disturbing cooing baby -- on her new "very limited"/numbered tour 7". Stream it below, and pick up the 7", with cover art by Mattias Nilsson, here...
Mute hooked us up with this remix from London's Ben Hoo, taken from Fever Ray's upcoming Triangle Walks single. The single is out on 12"/digitally on June 23, and features remixes from Tiga, Allez-Allez, and more.
Also keep an eye out for the "Triangle Walks" video, directed by frequent Andreas Nilsson collaborator Mikel Cee Karlsson...
Here's the second massive official remix of the Big Pink's "Velvet" to surface in as many weeks: we posted Gang Gang Dance's take last week, and this time around, Van Rivers & the Subliminal Kid -- aka the dudes who helped create the minimalist "analogue sound" on Fever Ray's bewitching debut LP -- offer this hauntingly sparse atmospheric version of the song:
I leave you for the weekend with this outstanding version of Fever Ray's "When I Grow Up," reworked by Lissvik of Swedish balearic duo Studio. I mentioned it briefly last week, but now we've got the mp3 clear to post for your weekend. Probably my favorite remix of the year so far; the children's playground samples and panpipes lend a nice eerie, slightly unsettling feel, as if Karin nee
L.A.'s Dum Dum Girls just posted a couple of new videos, both comprised of appropriately winsome vintage found footage, on her youtube channel. The first -- for "Catholicked," which is the song that made us fall in love with DDG in the first place -- features some fitting home movies of a young girl getting, well, catholicked. The second clip is for an instantly irresistible new song ca