With her video for “Lionsong,” Björk makes a piece of performance art rather than the standard issue storyline/performance work in the medium.
Bjork is tired of women not getting credit for music production, and she’s got something to say about it.
She’s always been a trailblazer, but with the acquisition of the Biophilia app, Björk becomes the artist behind the first digital app added to the lauded permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.
Coachella’s got a woman problem. We got the answer.
The belle of this year’s ball was undoubtedly Sunday night headliner R. Kelly, but the Friday night set from Bjork was just as memorable.
The GRAMMYs mostly celebrates new music, but during the pre-televised ceremony, a few older recordings get awards. At today’s pre-telecast, Fritz Klaetke won a GRAMMY for Best Boxed Or Special Limited Edition Package for Woody […]
Whether they churn out heavy tunes or are of the black-eyeliner mystical-witch variety, these ten ladies have the ability to get us in the mood for some Halloween enchantment. While some like Shirley Manson and […]