Björk Promises New Music “Very Soon”

Björk has announced some exciting news regarding the progress of her new album: You can expect it to arrive very soon. The album has yet to receive a name or a release date, but it is currently available for pre-order on her website.

The Icelandic artist last released an album in 2015 with Vulnicura, which saw her collaborate with the likes of Arca and Haxan Cloak. More recently, she released a songbook chronicling her prolific career titled 34 Scores for Piano, Organ, Harpsichord, and Celeste.

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Toronto’s Night Owl Festival for 2017 Will Soon Be Upon Us

The third edition of the Night Owl Festival is a little more than a month away, and it’s something to keep your eye on. Scheduled for September 14 through 17, the event will feature shows at venues across Toronto in a celebration of “all things psych and weird”. Among the performers are Ty Segall, Shannon and the Clams, the Besnard Lakes, Walrus, Naomi Punk, Hot Garbage, and a slew of others.

Tickets are currently available for $50 here.

Check out the Facebook page for more information on the event which promises “an immersive experience of live music, interactive projections, and visual arts.”

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Four Tet Releases Spirited New Song “Planet”

After releasing the soothing “Two Thousand and Seventeen” last month, Four Tet has returned with another song in the form of “Planets”. Kieran Hebden, the man behind the moniker, recently revealed via BBC 1 that there has been music in the works for the last ten months, meaning it would be reasonable to surmise that a follow-up to 2015’s Morning/Evening may be out soon.

“Planet” features some explosive synths, accompanied by seductive vocals to create an immersive experience.

 

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