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Tag Archives: Bjork
Concert Review: 08/12/2013 Nico Vega, & Crash Kings (W/ Winter Brave & Daily Grind) – Altar Bar Pittsburgh, PA
Before the show & 2020k Forever on the Y-list As my friend/photographer for the evening Amanda and myself arrived at Altar Bar on August 12th to watch the co-headlining Nico Vega and Crash Kings show, the attendees were inside sipping … Continue reading
Photek Spotlight: Two Free Downloads To Celebrate His Nomination At The 55th Annual Grammy Awards!
Annual music award shows can truly be hit or miss. Either the nominees are widely speculated upon due to proclaimed rigged popularity contests, or they’re mildly intriguing. This year proves to be more interesting than most years. Why, you ask? … Continue reading
Posted in Exclusives, Music Business, Sine Wave Tagged 55th Annual Grammy Awards, Al Walser, Alicia Keys, Avicii, Axwell, Bjork, Calvin Harris, Chris James, Daft Punk, Deadmau5, Eric Prydaz, Fiona Apple, Frank Ocean, Fun., Georgi Kay, Gotye, Grammy's, I Can't Live Without You, Ivan Gough & Feenixpawl, Jack White, Justin Timberlake, Kaskade, Lana Del Rey, m83, Maroon 5, moby, Ne-Yo, Nero, Photek, Skrillex, Steve Aoki, Swedish House Mafia, Taylor Swift, The Black Keys, The Chemical Brothers, The Lumineers, Tom Waits, Tommy Trash Leave a comment
Album Review: Origamibiro – Shakkei Remixed
SPECIAL NOTE: Keep an eye on 2020k. We’re giving away a few copies of Shakkei Remixed by Origamibiro in the very near future! When it comes down to creating some of the more sophisticated, organic Electronic music, it’s Nottingham’s Origamibiro that does it best. … Continue reading
Posted in album review Tagged Bjork, Isan, Melodium, moby, Origamibiro, Phylum Sinter, Plaid, Proem, Set in Sand, Shakkei Remixed, The Joy of Box, The Remote View, Tom Hill 3 Comments
Iamamiwhoami Book Stockholm Festival, Get All Chillwave On Us With “Play”
Track by Track: ;john | Clump | Sever | Drops | Good Worker | Play | In Due Order | Idle Talk | Rascal | Kill Iamamiwhoami seem to be on a roll with the promotional campaign surrounding their debut album Kin (slated for a June 2012 release via Cooperative Records). It’s almost as if … Continue reading
Iamamiwhoami Discloses Information on Audiovisual Album “Kin”, Releases “Sever”
Track by Track: ;john | Clump | Sever | Drops | Good Worker | Play | In Due Order | Idle Talk | Rascal | Kill Yesterday, Cooperative Music Company posted an update to their Facebook page stating that multimedia pioneers Iamamiwhoami are set to release their debut album Kin on June 8th, 2012. … Continue reading
Posted in Sine Wave, track review Tagged Bjork, cooperative music, iamamiwhoami, kin, Sever, Track Review 12 Comments
Bjork Shows Us It’s All About Respect on The Colbert Report, Sings “Cosmogony”
Well, this is a pleasant surprise. Bjork made her way onto The Colbert report on January 21st, 2012 for a quick interview and performance of “Cosmogony” in promotion for her 2011 release Biophilia (check out our review of the album … Continue reading
Posted in Video Tagged Biophilia, Bjork, Cosmogony, Stephen Colbert Leave a comment
Flashback: 2020k In Review & Top 20 Songs of 2011!
It’s been a busy first year for 2020k! There’s been lots of new music to put up, interviews with Nikki Jean, Sahy Uhns, Ilia Darlin, and Origamibiro (to be posted in January 2012). We’ve had giveaways, we’ve made connections, and … Continue reading
Posted in Flashback Tagged 2020 top songs, Atticus Ross, Big Hurry, Bjork, Boards of Canada, Boreal Network, Britney Spears, Burial, Coldplay, Erykah Badu, flashback, Foster the People, Goldfrapp, iamamiwhoami, Imogen Heap, Jay-Z, Kanye West, Karen O, lady gaga, Late NIght Alumni, massive attack, moby, Natalia Kills, Nikki Jean, Origamibiro, radiohead, Sahy Uhns, Solange, Starsmith, The Roots, the weeknd, Tori Amos, Trent Reznor 4 Comments
Album Review: Bjork – Biophilia
Biophilia brings a crossroads among Icelandic sensation Bjork’s fans: either stay in the semi-safe Electronic lands of “Hyperballad” or continue on the ever evolving Electronic/Organic hybrid, experimental and thought provoking recordings that Bjork has been slowly assembling and striving a … Continue reading
Posted in album review Tagged 16-bit, Aphex Twin, Biophilia, Bjork, Damian Taylor, Mark "Spike" Stent, Mark Bell, Matt Robertson, Serban Ghenea, Skunk Anansie Leave a comment
Holy shit: The Bjork App is available!
Ladies and gentleman, prepared to have your mind confused, boggled, and exploded upon downloading Bjork’s Biophilia app that has just been officially released to the iTunes App store! It’s booming with creativity and inside it you’ll find a lot of … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged App, Biophilia, Bjork, Cosmogony, Crystalline, David Attenborough, iTunes, Nikki Dibben 1 Comment
Track Review: Björk – Crystalline
It’s been two months since Bjork began the campaign for her innovative iPad record Biophilia with the announcement her six show stay at the Manchester International Festival after a three year absence from touring the UK. Since then, we’ve seen … Continue reading