If you caught The Knife’s recent Shaking the Habitual tour — an eye-singeing experience we documented in photo form here — then you probably noticed how the group’s set was guided by gently remixed material from their last couple LPs. (No “Heartbeats,” sorry; singer Karin Dreijer Andersson only performs that single karaoke style in the company of Bill Murray.) Well Rabid, Brille and Mute Records have decided to repackage some of that material for a mini-album called Shaken-Up Versions. Due out June 17, it includes fresh renditions of “Silent Shout,” “We Share Our Mother’s Health” and “Without You My Life Would Be Boring,” which is unveiled in video form below…
By Marc Hogan on 10.27.14 in News
Within a couple of weeks, the Knife will be no more. Karin Dreijer said in August: "When we finish the tour now in November we will close down, it’s our last tour. We don't have any obligations to continue, it should onl...
By Andrew Parks on 06.06.14 in News
A few weeks back, The Knife announced a mini-album of old material called Shaken-Up Versions. While it's not out until June 17, the duo has already revealed a video from another project: Europa Europa, a "political activ...
By Kirstie Shanley on 04.24.14 in Live in Pictures
Photos of the Knife in Chicago
By Wondering Sound Staff on 10.22.13 in Lists
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