Fever Ray

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Field Day review – shifting sounds tighten up London's festival scene
Under orders not to upset new neighbours, Field Day got strict with its headliners – pulling the plug on an overtime Erykah Badu – while serving a jazzy lineup of fresh stars

Chal Ravens

03, Jun, 2018 @11:28 AM

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Fever Ray review – cartoonish camp and eco-rave vibes
Swedish art rocker Karin Dreijer is best when she translates experimental music to the stage with a bang

Laura Snapes

21, Mar, 2018 @12:57 PM

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Fever Ray: on pleasure, patriarchy and political revolution
In the wake of Plunge, her first album in eight years, Karin Dreijer opens up about her queer re-awakening, motherhood and the joys of Tinder

Michael Cragg

18, Nov, 2017 @7:00 AM

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The month's best music: Fever Ray, Giggs, Linda Perhacs and more
From Errorsmith’s hyperactive take on Jamaican rhythm to Rina Sawayama’s shiny power balladry, here are 50 of the month’s best tracks

Ben Beaumont-Thomas and Rachel Aroesti

06, Nov, 2017 @5:01 PM

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Fever Ray’s To The Moon and Back: a kinky slice of squelchy synth-pop
Also this week: Franz Ferdinand get lost without Nick McCarthy and Morrissey brings weaponised loneliness

Gavin Haynes

03, Nov, 2017 @3:00 PM

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Hanging on the telephone: the pop and rap acts waiting for your call
Fever Ray and Eminem have reignited pop’s obsession with the hotline. Will you accept the charges?

Issy Sampson

03, Nov, 2017 @1:00 PM

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Fever Ray: Plunge – a mood of menace
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Kitty Empire

29, Oct, 2017 @8:00 AM

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New band of the week: Georgia (No 56)
Meet the former would-be professional soccer star turned purveyor of impressively brittle post-grime pop

Paul Lester

05, Jun, 2015 @10:58 AM

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From Fink to Fever Ray: bands tune into stagecraft
Whether it’s theatrical sets or performing in costume, bands are taking stagecraft seriously in a bid to stand out from the crowd, writes Caroline Sullivan

Caroline Sullivan

15, Sep, 2011 @9:02 PM

Grace Woodward's styling - in pictures

A look at the work of Grace Woodward, voted stylist of the year by the British Fashion Council

25, Jun, 2011 @9:59 PM

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Lykke Li – review
Swedish singer Lykke Li has ditched the cutesy pop of her first LP in favour of something dark, brooding and utterly magnificent, writes Kitty Empire

Kitty Empire

16, Apr, 2011 @11:06 PM

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DJ Screw: from cough syrup to full-blown fever

When he died, 10 years ago next week, DJ Screw's druggy, ultra-slow sound was a regional craze. Two decades on and his influence can be felt from chart hip-hop to Swedish electronica. By Jesse Serwer

Jesse Serwer

11, Nov, 2010 @10:05 PM

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