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Fever Ray Announces First Tour Dates in Seven and a Half Years

Plunge Out Now Digitally and Physically February 23, 2018 via Mute

Nov 13, 2017

Fever Ray (aka Karin Dreijer, formerly one half of the Swedish duo The Knife) released a new albumPlunge, digitally a few weeks back after only announcing it the day before its release (with a physical release planned for February 23, 2018 via Mute).  More

Watch: Fever Ray - “Mustn’t Hurry” Video

Plunge Out Now Digitally and Physically February 23, 2018 via Mute

Nov 06, 2017

Fever Ray (aka Karin Dreijer, formerly one half of the Swedish duo The Knife) released a new albumPlunge, digitally a week and a half ago after only announcing it the day before its release (with a physical release planned for February 23, 2018 via Mute). More

Stream the New Album by Fever Ray – “Plunge”

Plunge Out Now Digitally and Physically February 23, 2018 via Mute

Oct 27, 2017

Only yesterday Fever Ray (aka Karin Dreijer, formerly one half of the Swedish duo The Knife) announced a new album, Plunge, for a somewhat surprise release digitally today via Mute (with a physical release planned for February 23, 2018). And so now you can stream the whole album. More

Fever Ray Announces New Album For Release Tomorrow

Plunge Due Out Digitally Tomorrow and Physically February 23, 2018

Oct 26, 2017

Fever Ray (aka Karin Dreijer, formerly one half of the Swedish duo The Knife) has announced a new album, Plunge, and, surprise, it's due out digitally tomorrow (October 27) via Mute, with a physical release planned for February 23, 2018. More

Oct 20, 2017

Fever Ray (aka Karin Dreijer, formerly one half of the Swedish duo The Knife) has shared a video for a brand new song, "To the Moon and Back." More

Apr 17, 2010

Fever Ray Delivers Bizarre Acceptance Speech

We Think What She Meant To Say Was "Thank You"

Jan 27, 2010

Last week, Sweden held their P3 Guld Awards, where Fever Ray (aka Karin Dreijer) took the award for best Dance artist. The reigning queen of weird (what, you think Lady Gaga can best her stage show?) delivered a speech that's sure to keep fans moaning...er, talking. More

Coachella 2010 Line-Up Announced

Jay-Z, Muse, and Gorillaz to Headline Three-Day Festival

Jan 19, 2010

One of North America's most anticipated music festivals, Coachella, has announced its 2010 line-up. The three-day festival, which takes place in the California desert near Palm Springs April 16 - 18, will feature Jay-Z, Muse, and Gorillaz as the headliners. Other highlights include: Public Image Limited, The Specials, Grace Jones, Echo and the Bunnymen, Pavement, Sly and the Family Stone, Devo, LCD Soundsystem, Vampire Weekend, Grizzly Bear, Fever Ray, She & Him, Yeasayer, MGMT, Hot Chip, Dirty Projectors, Mew, Camera Obscura, Edward Sharp and the Magnetic Zeros, Thom Yorke????, Phoenix, Spoon, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Yo La Tengo, Deerhunter, The Big Pink, Florence and the Machine, Owen Pallett, and Local Natives.

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Nov 25, 2009

The new Fever Ray video continues the string of Fever Ray-ish videos.  More

Fever Ray Covers Nick Cave and Anita Lane in New Video

Fever Ray Deluxe Edition Out November 24th

Oct 22, 2009

In support of the deluxe edition of Fever Ray's self-titled debut hitting U.S. shores (November 24th via Mute), first lady of electro-goth Karin Dreijer Andersson is back with another video. We have the video and tracklisting. More

Fever Ray Single, Special Edition In the Works

"Seven" Music Video Coming Too

Aug 26, 2009

Fever Ray's self-titled debut has been out since March but it will continue leaving us creepy monochromatic presents well into fall. The Knife's Karin Dreijer Andersson is releasing her album's fourth(!) single, "Seven," on 12-inch and digital formats on October 5th in the U.K., courtesy of Rabid/Cooperative. (No word yet from Fever Ray's publicist on a U.S. release date.) Also, Fever Ray is getting one of those insta-reissues that everyone is clamoring for this year. More

North America To Catch Fever Ray In Fall

Fever Ray Announces Tour Dates

May 09, 2009

Karin Dreijer Andersson of the Knife has announced North American fall tour dates for her solo endeavour, Fever Ray.
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Under the Radar Announces its Spring Issue

New Issue Features Bat For Lashes, Camera Obscura, Doves, The Lonely Island, Depeche Mode, Flight of the Conchords, and much more!

Apr 11, 2009

Under the Radar's Spring Issue will be hitting stands soon. Bat For Lashes' Natasha Khan graces the cover and the issue features an in-depth nine-page interview with Khan that traces the long road to her amazing new album Two Suns. More



Reviews

Plunge

Plunge

Mute

Nov 16, 2017

Eight years is a long time to wait between albums, but in the case of Karin Dreijer's solo project, Fever Ray, it was worth the wait. Half of successful duo The Knife, with brother Olof, and rooted in the same experimental electro pop, Ms. Dreijer's Fever Ray branches out and explores the darker side of glossy and rhythmic electronic music. Those who liked 2009's self-titled debut will love Plunge. More

Coachella 2010 Day One Report - Yeasayer, Grizzly Bear, Fever Ray, LCD Soundsystem, and more

Apr 17, 2010

Coachella 2010 began under the cloud of an erupting volcano. Several of the European artists playing this year had to cancel their Coachella appearances due to the Icelandic volcano eruption grounding all flights from the U.K. and other parts of Europe. So day one of Coachella was greeted with the news that we wouldn't be seeing Frightened Rabbit, Delphic, The Cribs (with Johnny Marr), or Gary Numan after all. And only a few days earlier Mew had already cancelled due to illness. So this year's festival was already starting with some losses, Mew and Delphic probably being the most unfortunate ones. But while there were few artists playing Coachella 2010 who I both hadn't seen before and was dying to see (Pavement being one of them), the lineup was still rigged with enough great artists so that I had little time to eat and take breaks between bands. Here's what I saw during day one. More

Coachella 2010 Day 1 Recap: Sleigh Bells, Yeasayer, Passion Pit, Grizzly Bear, and Fever Ray

April 16th, 2010

Apr 17, 2010

Confession: despite my various musical exploits, this is my first year at Coachella. And in spite of various friends' threats to paint a "V" on my forehead and subject me to an unspeakable hazing process (that's standard...right?), I spent the week leading up to the festivities feeling not unlike an over-sugared toddler on Christmas Eve. Day one's notable loot: Sleigh Bells, Yeasayer, Passion Pit, Grizzly Bear, and Fever Ray. More

Fever Ray at the Henry Fonda Theater, Hollywood, CA, October 7th, 2009

Oct 20, 2009

Some people go to horror movies. Me? I much prefer the ghostly music of Fever Ray (aka Karin Dreijer Andersson). Although, I'd be lying if I didn't admit by the time the curtain rose on the sold-out show, my heart wasn't pounding as hard as any virginal teen being chased by a chain-saw-wielding maniac. Having already passed into electro-Goth infamy with her band The Knife's artfully executed stage show, I suspect that might have been just the response Andersson was going for. More