Remixtape: Willow Beats Remix Cosmo’s Midnight, We Are Scientists Cover Berlin, & More

Call it crazy, but we’re convinced one of the biggest joys in life and music is a good remix or cover. Why? Because it means a musician loves a song so much that they’re willing to publicly re-interpret it. To celebrate how special that is we’re taking a look at...

Shaking The Habitual

Musical creations from Swedish brother and sister duo The Knife are always highly anticipated, and for their fourth concoction – Shaking The Habitual, released on their own label Rabid Records – this is particularly true, as it’s been seven years between drinks. The album’s 13 tracks totalling over 90 minutes...

Go Behind The Scenes Of The Knife’s “Political” New Record

The Knife’s new record Shaking The Habitiual sees the sibling duo of Karin Dreijer Andersson and Olof Dreijer travel down their darkest, possibly most experimental tangent yet. In the build up to the Swedish pair’s fourth full-length album, which finally released this week on April 8th, it quickly became clear that the...

The Knife Release Batshit Insane Manifesto For New Album

The press leading up to the release of the latest studio album from The Knife has already been heavily marked by the unconventional, and that trend seems to be continuing with the Swedish duo releasing a poetic rant to promote the release of their new record. Shaking The Habitual is...

The Knife – A Tooth For An Eye

‘A Tooth For An Eye’ from The Knife’s forthcoming album ‘Shaking The Habitual’ released on 8/9 April. ‘A Tooth For An Eye’ deconstructs images of maleness, power and leadership. Who are the people we trust as our leaders and why? What do we have to learn from those we consider...

The Knife Drop New Single & 10 Minute Movie For First Album In 7 Years

As previously reported, this year will see the return of electronic Swedish duo The Knife, with their first studio album since 2006’s The Shout, and they’re coming back with a bold splash. Karin Dreijer Andersson and Olof Dreijer’s fourth studio album as The Knife, Shaking The Habitual is due for an April...

The Knife Return With First New Album In 7 Years

Enigmatic Swedish duo The Knife are back and have confirmed their first proper LP since 2006’s The Shout. Details on the forthcoming release are tight, except for the title, revealed by Pitchfork to be Shaking The Habitual, with the only other solid information being a release window of Spring (our...