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Fever Ray Announces 2018 Tour Dates

Fever Ray's surprise sophomore album Plunge came out in late October, and is very good. Now Karin Dreijer has announced a comeback tour in support of…
Winston Cook-Wilson / November 13, 2017

Video: Fever Ray – “Mustn’t Hurry”

Fever Ray has released the video for "Mustn’t Hurry," a track from Karin Dreijer’s excellent new album Plunge. Similar to yesterday’s clip for "Wanna Sip,"
Taylor Berman / November 4, 2017

Fever Ray Releasing Surprise Album Plunge Tomorrow

Fever Ray—the solo project of Karin Dreijer, of former Swedish electronic group The Knife — is dropping a new album, Plunge, tomorrow. The recent single "To The Moon and Back" came as a surprise,…
Liz Cantrell / October 26, 2017

Video: Fever Ray – “To the Moon and Back”

After an eight year hiatus for the project, Fever Ray is finally back with a new song and video. Titled "To the Moon and Back,"
Rob Arcand / October 19, 2017

It Looks Like Fever Ray May Be Plotting a Comeback

Karin Dreijer Andersson of The Knife hasn't released a studio project under her solo nom de plume, Fever Ray, since the project's self-titled album came out…
Winston Cook-Wilson / October 16, 2017

Please Listen to This Calculator Cover of Ed Sheeran’s “Shape of You” That Sounds Like the Knife

Have you ever wondered what Ed Sheeran's "Shape of You" would sound as performed by the Knife in their Silent Shout phase? YouTube user It's all…
Jeremy Gordon / September 5, 2017

The Knife Are Auctioning Off Instruments From the Shaking The Habitual Tour for Charity

The day after releasing their live album live album Shaking the Habitual: Live at Terminal 5 (in the markets where a label dispute didn’t prevent…
Taylor Berman / September 2, 2017

Watch the Knife’s New Concert Film, Since You Can’t Stream the Album

Today, defunct Swedish electronic duo the Knife returned to release a live album, Shaking the Habitual: Live at Terminal 5, documenting a 2014 New York City show supporting their great final…
Anna Gaca / September 1, 2017

The Knife Announce Shaking the Habitual Live Film, Album, and Photo Book

For the 2014 tour supporting their sprawling, experimental fourth (and final) album Shaking the Habitual, The Knife (Karin and Olof Dreijer) brought in a team…
Winston Cook-Wilson / August 14, 2017

The Knife Shares A Third New Teaser Video

Just several days ago, the seemingly defunct Swedish duo known as The Knife rekindled their internet accounts, after about three years of resting dormant. We…
Dale Eisinger / August 13, 2017

The Knife Are Teasing a Mysterious New Project

The Knife released their last album, Shaking the Habitual, in 2013 and officially separated the following year. But as LCD Soundsystem has shown, no disbandment is…
Brian Josephs / August 10, 2017

SPINfighting: What Album Should Ryan Adams Cover Next?

As the roundtable format has grown into an effectively direct way for a publication to think out loud for its readers’ perusal, we present SPINfighting,…
SPIN Staff / September 25, 2015

The Knife Are Over: ‘We Don’t Have Any Obligations to Continue’

For all their awesomely outlandish experimentalism, one might have hoped the Knife would've gone out with a bang, not an alternate versions album. But it…
Colin Stutz / August 21, 2014

The Knife’s New Video Will Teach You the ‘Political Macarena’

No, the Knife haven't left behind the high-concept exploration of last year's Shaking the Habitual to revive the most irritating I Love the '90s segments. The Swedish duo is…
Marc Hogan / June 6, 2014

The Knife Preview ‘Shaken-Up Versions’ Mini-Album With Far-From-Boring Video

The Knife aren't through Shaking the Habitual. The trailblazing Swedish electronic-pop duo has announced a new mini album, Shaken-Up Versions, due out digitally on June 17 via…
Marc Hogan / May 20, 2014
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