Her channel is called “21 years worth of wave files liquidated into a stream”.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
These artists left high-profile acts and either released a masterpiece or laid the groundwork for future genius.
Be prepared for plenty of scoffing and endless frustration.
First up is D’Angelo’s “Feverish Fantazmagoria”, which airs today, January 13th.
A cappella rendition was first premiered live during Björk’s “Cornucopia Tour”.
The track originally appeared on her 2011 masterpiece Biophilia.
The singer had previously announced the shows for August, prior to an uptick in coronavirus cases.
The Icelandic queen is set to play the role of “The Slav Witch”.
The Vespertine track is one of Williams’ top 5 Björk songs.
The trio of orchestral performances will also be streamed live online.
Her fourth album features collaborations with Björk, Rosalía, SOPHIE, and Shygirl.
The dark folk auteurs offer up a worthy rendition of Björk’s masterpiece.