Featuring The Cardigans, Lykke Li, The Knife and a few more favourites from the band’s home country.
Acclaimed Swedish electronic project The Knife takes one final lap of honour before they part ways. NBHAP visited their final show in Berlin.
From Daft Punk to David Bowie, from Aphex Twin to Kraftwerk. NBHAP lists a few popular artists who had unusual big release gaps between some of their LPs.
‘We don’t have any obligations to continue, it should only and always be for fun.’ Swedish electronic duo The Knife will part ways after one final tour.
‘Shaken-Up Versions’ by THE KNIFE reconciles with everybody who declined their latest work by bringing the pop back into the experimental sound environment.
The Knife will release a new album called ‘Shaken-Up Versions’ on June 17. It features recently reworked versions of classics by the band.
Experimental as always – Swedish duo The Knife announced a collaboration with the political activist art project Ful for an ‘anti-national cabaret’.
250 concerts in 3 days. From electronic to rock to singer songwriter music: Oslo’s BY:LARM Festival had it all. Here are the best acts of BY:LARM 2014.
The concept for City Of Glass’ “Seven Songs” feature on NBHAP features their favourite closing tracks of records. Featuring Radiohead, Foals, Bon Iver etc.
The swedish siblings, The Knife is now out with brand new music video “Let’s Talk About Gender Baby, Let’s Talk About You And Me”.