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The Knife’s decade-long journey through the human psyche came to an end this year when the Swedish art-tronica geniuses announced their retirement. They bow out with a record containing new…

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Six things you’ll see when you watch the Swedish duo take their new album ‘Shaking The Habitual’ on the road… 1. AEROBICS AND COSTUME CHANGES Roughly 10 people appear…

By and large, it’s the job of experimental musicians to lead us down paths seldom trod. The most intrepid, however, risk losing us altogether. This is the danger with Swedish…

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True to spooky-voiced form, [a]The Knife[/a]’s Karin has recorded a deeply unsettling solo track for a charity compilation to benefit victims of the Japanese tsunami. It features her obliquely going…

If you know this as That José González Song From That Advert With All The Coloured Balls Bouncing Down A Hill In The USA Somewhere, then scrub your brain, dickhead.…

Here The Knife brilliantly take the idea of a ‘slow love ballad’ and zap it into something new. It’s the sound of robots making sweet love on a conveyor belt…

Writing 120 words about anything by The Knife is a bit like critiquing a Shakespearean ode on the stick of a lollipop. Simultaneously vast and simple, this high-end trance track…