[Video] Planningtorock’s reworks The Knife’s ‘Let’s Talk About Gender Baby, Let’s Talk About You And Me’

 

The Knife   Let s Talk About Gender Baby  Let s Talk About You And Me  Planningtorock rework    YouTube

Sometime The Knife collaborator Planningtorock was invited to rework the duo’s track Full Of Fire, taken from their Shaking The Habitual album. Making the track truly her own, Planningtorock delivered Let’s Talk About Gender Baby, Let’s Talk About You And Me, complete with funky as anything bassline.

Check out the video for the track, created again by Planningtorock. Abstract shapes and colours ahoy!

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New material from The Knife!

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We’ve been keeping an eye on SoundCloud all morning since they announced on their Twitter feed that The Knife would be débuting new material via their service sometime this week, and here it is.

The Swedish Experimental ElectroPoppers were commissioned by Danish performance group Hotel Pro Forma to compose the music for an opera based on Charles Darwin and his work ‘On The Origin Of Species’ and in a The Knife first they decided to collaborate with artists Mt. Sims and Planningtorock to “to capture the huge width of the Darwin and evolution theme”

‘Colouring Of Pigeons’ is a strange and intoxicating beast, undeniably The Knife (especially when Karin’s trademark vocals kick in) but the operatic feel to it gives it a life all of it’s own. Give it a few listens, it gets under your skin (in the best of ways), which, I suppose, makes it classic The Knife!

The Knife (In Collaboration With Mt. Sims And Planningtorock) – Colouring Of Pigeons (zShare) (MediaFire)

The studio version of the opera, ‘Tomorrow, In A Year’ will be released on Rabid Records on1st March.

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