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Fever Ray

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Keep the Streets Empty for Me Fever Ray 05:37
Kandy Fever Ray 04:07
Triangle Walks Fever Ray 04:21
Even It Out Fever Ray 03:07
Shiver Fever Ray 04:35
New Utensils Fever Ray 04:17
A Part of Us Fever Ray, Tami T 03:30
Tapping Fingers Fever Ray 03:57
North Fever Ray 04:04
What They Call Us Fever Ray 04:27

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Kandy (Tiga Remix)

by Fever Ray, Tiga

10/04/2024

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Wearing black beaked masks and crafting icy, melancholic electronic music, Karin Dreijer – born in Gothenburg, Sweden on April 7, 1975 - and brother Olof were acclaimed as mysterious Swedish production duo The Knife, noted particularly for their 2006 album Silent Shout which was named by Pitchfork Media as Album of the Year. Karin's solo project Fever Ray takes a similar path, melding together her shrill, eerie vocals over sparse, creeping electronic soundscapes that recall the likes of Bjork, Sigur Ros, and Kate Bush. Her debut solo album Fever Ray (2009) won rave reviews for its gothic beauty, and she went on to play at Coachella, Bestival, and Electric Picnic festivals. She has also provided vocals for Royksopp and dEUS and composed the soundtrack to a set of short pornographic films titled Dirty Diaries. She then wrote the music for a theatrical adaptation of Ingmar Bergman's 1968 horror film Hour of the Wolf. Her second solo album, Plunge, was released in 2017. The album won her and her co-producers the award of Producer of the Year at the 2018 Swedish Grammis. The third Fever Ray album, Radical Romantics, was released in March 2023. The album, which includes the single “What They Call Us,” features collaborations with her brother and Knife bandmate Olof Dreijer, Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross, Aasthma, Vessel, and others.