Björk announces Biophilla remix album
Bastards out next month on One Little Indian...
The Hot Press Newsdesk, 17 Oct 2012
Björk’s Biophilia remix album - Bastards - will be released through One Little Indian on November 16.
The album features collaborations with artists and producers including Current Value, DeathGrips, Hudson Mohawke, Alva Noto, Matthew Herbert, Omar Souleyman, 16-bit, These New Puritans, and The Slips.
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