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The Icelandic siren's "most elaborate stage concert yet"... 

Björk has announced a new live show for 2019, Cornucopia, which will premiere at New York's arts centre, The Shed. 

While the performance dates are...

It debuted earlier this year in New York

Björk has confirmed plans to bring her Cornucopia live show to the UK and Ireland for the first time.

The show concept first debuted at...

The clip was designed for the 'Cornucopia' tour...

Björk has shared a new video for ‘Losss’, a track that featured on her 2017 'Utopia' album. 

The surreal clip is directed by Tobias Gremmler...

Björk’s new album “should probably come out in the summer”

Björk has revealed that her new album "should probably come out in the summer".


Speaking to LA Weekly, the Icelandic artist and actor said...

The limited edition tape series will be released on 26th April...

Björk will reissue her nine studio albums on multicolour cassettes.

From 26th April, 'Debut', 'Post', 'Homogenic', 'Vespertine', 'Medulla', 'Volta', 'Biophilia', 'Vulnicura' and 'Utopia' will be...

She'll play six dates around Europe this July

Björk is set to follow last year's much-lauded 'Cornucopia' theatrical tour with a new run of orchestral-focused shows around Europe this July. 

The six dates...

More acts to get festival pulses racing...

With a bill already fit to burst with exciting acts, Creamfields have announced yet more performers to get our pulses racing. Felix Da Housecat will...

The remixes will all be released on a limited-edition 12" in November

Björk and Fever Ray have remixed each other.

For a new limited-edition 12", which will be released through One Little Indian on November 1st, Björk...

‘Rock Star, Pop Stars and Divas’ on 19th March

There are just a few days until Saturday 19th March when all good Bestival-ites descend upon Camden to take over KOKO and party the night...

Ben Cardew looks back at how Louie Vega and Kenny “Dope” Gonzalez’s rapturous 1997 homage to their musical roots

Two decades before Daft Punk rolled back the technological years on ‘Random Access Memories’, another iconic house duo went back to their roots. Kenny “Dope”...

Beyond the clubs and festivals, Miami has a vast number of great restaurants, cafes, bars and diverse attractions to offer. Here are our recommendations, with...

New York may be known as the city that never sleeps, but with lax liquor laws that allow for drinking until 5am, and a cornucopia...