Posts Tagged ‘Fever Ray’

Fever Ray To Be Featured In Catherine Hardwicke’s Red Riding Hood

November 18th, 2010

Fever Ray’s Swedish electronic musician Karin Dreijer Andersson will be featured on the creepy, gloomy soundtrack for the upcoming film Red Riding Hood, directed by Twilight’s Catherine Hardwicke.
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Fever Ray Covers Peter Gabriel’s “Mercy Street,” Download Today Only

August 19th, 2010

Fever Ray has released a cover of Peter Gabriel’s “Mercy Street,” which is available for download for only 24 hours. Read more…

By Alison Bakker Posted in News

Fever Ray’s Sweden Show is a Free Download This Weekend

October 24th, 2009

Earlier today we reported that Karin Dreijer-Andersson would reissue the debut album from her solo project Fever Ray with special packaging and extra material including remixes, videos, and a live performance. The website for Britain’s Guardian newspaper is in fact offering MP3 files from that show—a March 2009 concert from Lulea, Sweden—as a free download now through midnight Monday, October 26. Click here to get it.

By Adam Blyweiss Posted in News ,

Fever Ray Releases Solo Album, Deluxe Packaging with DVD

October 23rd, 2009

Fever Ray, a.k.a Karin Dreijer-Anderson, will release her debut self-titled solo album on November 24. The deluxe edition includes the original CD, 2 covers, a live performance CD, a DVD featuring all of her videos and much more. Read more…

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Rex the Dog Gives Fever Ray A Remix

July 29th, 2009

Rex the Dog has put his ‘remixer’ hat on and delivered his take on Fever Ray’s “Triangle Walks.” Fever Ray herself has also released a video for the track. Read more…

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Fever Ray – Fever Ray

March 23rd, 2009

Cabin Fever

As one half of acclaimed electro duo The Knife, Karin Dreijer Andersson thrives on theatrics. She and brother Olaf craft dense atmospheres laced with morbid, obscure lyrics, while their live shows find them shrouded in darkness, covered in face paint, flanked by ominous singing puppets. On her eponymous solo debut as Fever Ray, Andersson steps out of her self-imposed shadows with more personal songwriting and more organic instrumentation. While not too far removed from her Silent Shouts of yesteryear, it still brings its own distinct, otherworldly chill to the air. Read more…

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