The collection contains six remixes of four tracks from Björk's 1993 album Debut ("Human Behaviour", "One Day", "Come to Me" and "The Anchor Song").
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The Black Dog. Kelly Moran. Our album of the week is a beautifully nuanced electro record by Norwegian Andre Bratten. Our EP of the week comes from Equiknoxx Music, with a double 12" of dancehall, hip hop and pop infused songs for what may well be might be their finest release to date. Our Bleep Mix this week comes from Monkeytown Records founders MODESELEKTOR (OFFICIAL SITE) who take us on a wild ride to celebrate 10 years of the label.
The Black Dog is a British electronic music group, founded by Ken Downie along with Ed Handley and Andy Turner . In 1989, The Black Dog was unable to find a label to back its releases and started its own, Black Dog Productions, which released four vinyl records. After a few vinyl EPs on General Production Recordings, The Black Dog released its first full-length album Bytes on Warp Records on 15 March 1993. The albums Temple of Transparent Balls (GPR) and Spanners (Warp) followed. The group did numerous remixes, notably for Björk, with whom it collaborated on "'Sweet Intuition" (a B-side on the Army of Me CD single) and "Charlene" (a b side on the Isobel CD single.
In characteristically elusive fashion, Björk surprised fans today (Aug. 2) with the announcement that her new album is "coming out very soon.
The album was written in 2013, the year Björk and her partner Matthew Barney broke-up and it documents the progressive deterioration of the relationship and the subsequent overcoming of her pain. These two phases are symbolised by the wound and the healing of the wound. Alejandro (producer Arca) contacted Björk in late summer 2013 and they started working on the beast of the songs. Then Björk wrote string and choir arrangements and recorded them in Iceland
Little wonder that Björk, born in 1965, proud Icelander, child musical prodigy, teen punk, former member of Reykjavik's post-punk pranksters The Sugarcubes . She's a world-renowned musician –but in Reykjavik, she'll never be a star. As she reinvents her last album, Björk tells Emily Mackay why she'll always be a work in progress. Friday 16 November 2012 18:18.