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Nov 16, 2022

Röyksopp (the electronic duo of Svein Berge and Torbjørn Brundtland) have shared a new song, “Stay Awhile,” featuring Susanne Sundfør. It is the latest release from the duo’s forthcoming album, Profound Mysteries III, the third part of their 2022 album trilogy, which will be out this Friday. More

Röyksopp Share New Song “Feel It” Featuring Maurissa Rose

Profound Mysteries III Due Out on November 18

Oct 19, 2022

Röyksopp (the electronic duo of Svein Berge and Torbjørn Brundtland) have shared a new song, “Feel It,” featuring Maurissa Rose. It is the latest release from their forthcoming album, Profound Mysteries III, the third part of their 2022 album trilogy, which will be out on November 18. More

Röyksopp Share New Song “Me&Youphoria”

Profound Mysteries III Due Out on November 18

Sep 21, 2022

Röyksopp (the electronic duo of Svein Berge and Torbjørn Brundtland) have shared a new song, “Me&Youphoria.” It is the latest release from their forthcoming album, Profound Mysteries III, the third part of their 2022 album trilogy, which will be out on November 18. More

Sep 01, 2022

Röyksopp (the electronic duo of Svein Berge and Torbjørn Brundtland) are releasing Profound Mysteries III, the third part of their 2022 album trilogy, on November 18. Now they have shared two new songs from it: “The Night” (which features Alison Goldfrapp of Goldfrapp) and “Speed King.” More

Jul 28, 2022

Röyksopp (the electronic duo of Svein Berge and Torbjørn Brundtland) have shared two new singles, “Let’s Get It Right,” featuring Astrid S., and “Control.” They are the latest releases from the duo’s forthcoming album, Profound Mysteries II, which will be out on August 19. More

Röyksopp Announce New Album, Share Two New Singles

Profound Mysteries II Due Out on August 19

Jun 15, 2022

Röyksopp (the electronic duo of Svein Berge and Torbjørn Brundtland) have announced the release of a new album, Profound Mysteries II, which will be out on August 19. They have also shared two new album singles: “Sorry,” featuring Jamie Irrepressible, and “Unity,” featuring Karen Harding. More

Apr 27, 2022

Röyksopp (the electronic duo of Svein Berge and Torbjørn Brundtland) have shared a new song, “If You Want Me,” featuring Susanne Sundfør. It is the latest release from the duo’s upcoming conceptual project, Profound Mysteries, which will be out this Friday (April 29). More

Röyksopp Share New Song “Breathe” (Feat. Astrid S)

Profound Mysteries Due Out April 29

Mar 23, 2022

Röyksopp (the electronic duo of Svein Berge and Torbjørn Brundtland) have shared a new song, “Breathe,” featuring Astrid S. It is the latest release from the duo’s upcoming conceptual project, Profound Mysteries, which will be out on April 29. More

Feb 23, 2022

Röyksopp (the electronic duo of Svein Berge and Torbjørn Brundtland) have shared a new song, “This Time, This Place,” featuring Beki Mari. It is the latest release from the duo’s upcoming conceptual project, Profound Mysteries, which will be out on April 29. More

10 Best Songs of the Week: Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, Kamasi Washington, My Idea, and More

Plus SASAMI, Lucy Dacus, Röyksopp, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Feb 04, 2022

Welcome to the fifth Songs of the Week of 2022. This week saw the start of the Winter Olympics in China, Punxsutawney Phil predicted six more weeks of winter on Groundhog Day, the U.S. military took out the head of ISIS, and tensions continued between Russia and the Ukraine. More

Feb 02, 2022

Röyksopp (the electronic duo of Svein Berge and Torbjørn Brundtland) have shared a new song, “Impossible,” featuring Alison Goldfrapp of British duo Goldfrapp. The song is the latest release from their upcoming conceptual project, Profound Mysteries, which will be out on April 29. More

Listen: Röyksopp “Sordid Affair” Remixes

The Inevitable End is Out Now

Dec 22, 2014

Röyksopp has shared three remixes of their upcoming Inevitable End single, “Sordid Affair.” More

Listen: Röyksopp & Robyn – “Monument Dance (Marcus Marr Mix)”

The Inevitable End is out Nov 10 on Dog Triumph

Nov 07, 2014

Earlier this week, Röyksopp began streaming The Inevitable End, the Norwegian duo’s final album before they become that band that pumps out your favorite singles on a regular basis. More

Listen: Röyksopp – “The Inevitable End” Album Stream

Due Out Nov 11 on Cherrytree/Interscope.

Nov 04, 2014

Röyksopp are saying goodbye to the album format with one last outing, fittingly called The Inevitable End. More

Listen: Röyksopp and Robyn – “Monument (Kindness Remix)”

Do it Again Is Out Now on Cherrytree/Interscope

Aug 15, 2014

U.K. producer Kindness (a.k.a. Adam Bainbridge) has put his fingerprints on Röyksopp and Robyn single “Monument.” More

Aug 13, 2014

Last week, Oslo, Norway hosted The Øya Festival. Photographer Thor Møller was there to cover the action. More

Aug 11, 2014

Last week, Oslo, Norway hosted The Øya Festival. We sent writer/photographer Laura Studarus over to cover the event. More

Listen: Royksopp & Robyn – “Do it Again” EP Stream

Do It Again is out May 26 on Wall Of Sound/Cooking Vinyl

May 22, 2014

So far we’ve heard Royksopp & Robyn’s dazzling first single “Do it Again,” and seen the amazing “aliens on the dancefloor” video for the duo’s second single, “Sayit.” More

Listen: Röyksopp and Robyn – “Do It Again”

Do It Again is out May 26 on Wall Of Sound/Cooking Vinyl

Apr 28, 2014

On May 26 Röyksopp and Robyn will release their collaborative EP Do it Again. More




Reviews

Aug 14, 2014

Of all the highly anticipated sets of day three of Øya (Blood Orange, Neutral Milk Hotel, Robyn and Röyksopp among them) I didn’t expect that the one that would actively make me tear up a bit would be Oslo’s Highasakite. More

Oct 19, 2010

A year after the pop party, guest heavy, Junior, Röyksopp is back with Senior—a dark and moody instrumental affair. The introverted ying to Junior’s unabashedly youthful yang, for the most part the tonal shift doesn’t equate to sleepy. Lack of pop structures be damned, the Norwegian duo have created a freewheeling, pleasant affair—even if we get the feeling we’ve heard it all before. More