I'd gladly give up a few fingers for nude pics of young Bjork
>i am also incredibly proud to offer a premier of stonemilker . with 360 3D sound mix for virtual reality headset.
>this came about as a spontaneous fruit of mine and andrew huang´s collaboration . we had already done black lake , the "family" moving album cover and the black lake "book cover" trailer and then found us in iceland one day with nothing to do and a 360 camera lying about . we discussed its potential for intimacy and andrew then suggested we take it to the beach where the song was written . it immediately rang true for me as that location has a beautiful 360 panoramic view which matches the cyclical fugue like movement in the song . if the song has a shape it is sort of like a circle that just goes on forever .
>i had recorded the strings with a clip on mike on each instrument . we have made a different mix where we have fanned this in an intimate circle around the listener .
>so as you watch this in the virtual reality headset it will be as if you are on that beach and with the 30 players sitting in a circle tightly around you
>in celebration of the physical release we will premier this in the rough trade record shop . ( I LOVE ROUGH TRADE saved my life so many times ) and in ps1 you will be able to go and see it for next couple of months
>hope you like it
Why does she write so cutely? And do you want to see the Bork 360 degree VR experience?
we played a show and had some really annoying technical difficulties so he just up and left mid-set. We were set to start recording an album today too but we had to cancel because of him.
You know I've never really been very sexualy attracted to her (not saying I wouldn't do her) I've been mostly attracted to her in like a wife kind of way.
Am I the only one with this weird feel?
Bjork- Livebox [2003, all 4 discs]
>Electronic, Rock, Pop, Experimental, Soundtrack, Live
Large collection of live performances by Bjork. It includes Debut, Post, Homogenic and Vespertine.
Pre- and post bork.
>She works with producers, but has very strong ideas about what she wants.
Nah man she produces almost all songs. From Vespertine to Biophilia only 9 songs were co-produced with someone else. Arca received co-production credits on Vulnicura mostly because she had him program most beats by describing them to him instead of doing it herself (it would have taken much longer supposedly and she wanted to be done with those songs quickly)
I like Bjork, but Christgau's quips about her music are pretty funny.
>Post [Elektra, 1995] This well-regarded little item rekindles my primeval suspicion of Europeans who presume to "improve" on rock and roll (or for that matter Betty Hutton, originator of the best song here). I don't miss the Sugarcubes' guitars per se so much as their commitment to the groove, which--sporadic though it would remain, Iceland not being one of your blues hotbeds--might shore up the limited but real intrinsic interest of her eccentric instrumentation, electronic timbres, etc. Then there's her, how shall I say it, self-involved vocal devices. Which brings us to, right, her lyrics, which might hit home harder if she'd grown up speaking the English she'll die singing, but probably wouldn't.
>Homogenic [Elektra, 1997] she organizes freedom--how Scandinavian of her
thank you based elmo. these fools are posting the wrong bork
Why does she have an album called Debut when it isn't her real debut?
the one of her naked in bed isn't her (if it's the one I'm thinking of) but here's the one of her masturbating. it's also in her first book