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  • Biophilia is an interdisciplinary exploration of the universe and its physical forces—particularly those where music, nature, and technology meet—inspired by these relationships between musical structures and natural phenomena, from the atomic to the cosmic. The BBC raves: "An amazing, inventive and wholly unique eighth album from an artist without peer." NPR calls it "astounding." Grammy Award winner for Best Best Recording Package.

  • Biophilia is an interdisciplinary exploration of the universe and its physical forces—particularly those where music, nature, and technology meet—inspired by these relationships between musical structures and natural phenomena, from the atomic to the cosmic. The BBC raves: "An amazing, inventive and wholly unique eighth album from an artist without peer." NPR calls it "astounding." Grammy Award winner for Best Best Recording Package.

  • The third in a series of imported 12" vinyl releases featuring variations on music from Björk's Biophilia, this 12" includes versions of three songs—here titled "Crystalline," "Tesla," and "Mawal"—by Syrian musician Omar Souleyman. Souleyman's work blends traditional folk music from the Middle East with more modern electronic sounds. Prefix calls his collaboration with Björk "a wonderful fusion of styles." Pre-order for August 16 release.

  • The second in a series of imported 12" vinyl releases featuring variations on music from Björk's Biophilia album, this 12" includes "Crystalline" and an instrumental version of the song, both 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.

  • 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.

  • The first in a series of imported 12" vinyl releases featuring music from Björk's Biophilia album, this 12" includes the "Crystalline" and "Cosmogony" singles mixed by Grammy Award–winning engineer Serban Ghenea.

  • "Crystalline" is the first single off Björk's forthcoming Biophilia project. The Washington Post says it's a "sure-footed stunner of a track." New York magazine calls it "classic Björk." The Village Voice describes it as "gorgeous, hypnotic." Pitchfork calls it "a wonderfully confounding teaser for Biophilia, leaving the possible worlds it explores wide open to suggestion."

  • Björk has joined Icelandic poet Sjón to write "The Comet Song" for the animated film Moomins and the Comet Chase, featuring the beloved characters created by Finnish illustrator and author Tove Jansson in the 1940s. The song is available exclusively at iTunes. All proceeds go to UNICEF to support the flood victims of Pakistan.

  • Relive Björk's Volta tour—called "as visually spectacular as it is musically innovative" (Guardian)—with this visually stunning full-color poster designed for the release of Voltaic, the multimedia celebration of that tour.

  • "The brilliant performances on Voltaic make it clear that Björk isn't just a visionary," NPR exclaims, "but also an artist who inspires those around her to create equal parts music and magic." The project ocuments and celebrates, in music and video, Björk's ambitious two-year world tour following the 2007 release of Volta. This MP3 album features the remixes of Volta album tracks by such fellow travelers as Spank Rock, Simian Mobile Disco, Ratatat, and Modeselektor, as heard on disc in the Voltaic deluxe package.

  • "The brilliant performances on Voltaic make it clear that Björk isn't just a visionary," NPR exclaims, "but also an artist who inspires those around her to create equal parts music and magic." The project documents and celebrates Björk's ambitious world tour following the 2007 release of Volta. This version contains the thrilling, one-take result of a studio set with her touring band—combining Volta tracks with revitalized interpretations of older favorites—plus a DVD with highlights of the visually dazzling tour.

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