Track ListingClick tracks with speaker icon to listen
|1.01||Cosmogony Mix 1 (Matthew Herbert Mix)|
|1.02||Cosmogony Mix 2 (Matthew Herbert Mix)|
|2.01||Cosmogony Instrumental 1 (Mattew Herbert Mix)|
|2.02||Cosmogony Instrumental 2 (Mattew Herbert Mix)|
News & Reviews
- Monday, April 1, 2013
Björk Brings "Biophilia" Live Show Back to North America with Performances, Educational Workshops in San Francisco, Los Angeles
Björk is set to bring her live Biophilia show back to North America this spring and summer. The dates include three shows outside San Francisco and two at the Hollywood Palladium where the venues have been set to her original Biophilia specifications as audio-visual shows in an intimate, in-the-round setting. In addition to her Biophilia performances Björk will also appear at the Hollywood Bowl and at Echo Beach in Toronto, along with three festival appearances: Pitchfork Festival, Bonnaroo, and the RBC Bluesfest in Ottawa. The Biophilia Education Program for students will also come to San Francisco and Los Angeles.
- Friday, March 1, 2013
Björk's "Mutual Core" Video to Be Show in Times Square in NYC Every Night in March As Part of Midnight Moment
Björk’s music video for "Mutual Core," from her album Biophilia, directed by Andrew Thomas Huang for MOCAtv, will be shown every night in March as part of a synchronized program on over 15 of the largest digital signs in Times Square. Björk’s work will premiere three minutes before midnight tonight, March 1, and play throughout the month as part of the Midnight Moment, a presentation of the Times Square Advertising Coalition (TSAC) and Times Square Arts. "I am very excited about my 'Mutual Core' video being shown at Times Square," says Björk. "Seems like them united screens there are going to have a go at matching the energy of the volcanoes in the video! Good luck Manhattan!"
About this Album
The last in a series of imported 12" vinyl releases featuring variations on music from Björk's Biophilia album, this 12" includes two mixes of "Cosmogony" and two instrumental versions of the song, all remixed by British electronic artist Matthew Herbert, who previously collaborated with Björk on her Vespertine album. Herbert, who is known for incorporating natural and everyday sounds into his work, has produced remixes for REM and Yoko Ono. Pre-order for August 16 release.
This is available from Nonesuch in the United States and Canada only. To order outside North America, visit bjork.com.