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Fever Ray: Plunge (2017) - Album Review

“Hey, remember me?/I’ve been busy working like crazy.”

That lyric applies to me here in China, working away at learning how to be an effective teacher, but it applies far more to Fever Ray. 712 more words


Karin Dreijer (who – it appears – has dropped the Andersson) returned last month with her first new record as Fever Ray in almost a decade in scintillating form. 106 more words

Album Reviews

Fever Ray - Plunge

Plunge is SUPREME.

In it, Karin Dreijer A.K.A Fever Ray errs on the risky side of everything: dancing on hot coals and flimsy rope bridges, running through traffic and juggling iPhones that morph into knives. 311 more words


Shaking The Habitual - The Knife

Karin and Olof Dreijer have been pushing boundaries since they wildly experimental debut album blew our minds in 2001. The Knife’s combination of distorted electronic beats and absurd lyrics – ‘I’m the taste on your tongue, I’m Darth Vader’ – has set the Swedish siblings apart from the crowd. 595 more words