New album out April 20th for those who still like their electronic psychedelia in a hi-fidelity mode. Dan Snaith used his Polaris Prize winnings to score a lot of fancy gear, which means even more depth, layers, and polish for his lush sound. Apparently his new live show will be really wild, but details are vague. Very advanced technology is involved, somehow.
The Knife, in collaboration with Mt. Sims and Planningtorock, are to release the studio version of the opera ‘Tomorrow, In A Year’, on the 1st March 2010.
Commissioned by Danish performance group Hotel Pro Forma to write the music for their opera based on Charles Darwin and his book ‘On the Origin of the Species’, The Knife decided to make this a collaborative process, working with artists Mt. Sims and Planningtorock for the first time, to capture the huge width of the Darwin and evolution theme.
To read more about the project and see the full tracklist see the full introduction here.
Colouring of Pigeons - The Knife, Mt. Sims Vocals: Kristina Wahlin, Lærke Winther, The Knife, Jonathan Johansson Drums: Hjorleifur Jonsson Cello & Halldorophone: Hildur Guðnadóttir
I think I am the only human on Earth who has not seen it. -_-
no, you’re not. three hours is far too long for a cartoon in my opinion.
Also, I wouldn’t worry about it if you want to watch something that is completely racist whilst thinking otherwise of itself and moreover, something that loves to glorify archetypes and binary gender roles in the most banal way. Not that I have strong feelings about it or anything.