Björk has just announced that she will be reissuing all nine of her studio records on coloured cassettes. They’re all absolutely stunning, each cassette perfectly reflecting the aura of its respective record. They will be available from purchase from April 26th, but you can have a look at them below now.

Björk will be selling them individually, or you’ll be able to pick up a bundle with Debut, Post, Homogenic, Vespertine, Medulla, Volta, Biophilia, Vulnicura, and Utopia if that takes your fancy.

Last week, several vintage t-shirts went up for sale through her label, One Little Indian. No more getting stooged by trendy vintage stores that don’t see anything morally reprehensible about selling a paint-stained vintage blink-182 shirt for $150. You’ll be able to cop the original look, for a justifiable price. Check them out here.

Björk is currently gearing up to premiere Cornucopia. A performance that has been labelled her “most elaborate stage concert” to date. The eccentric Icelandic artist will perform the show seven times on May 9th, 12th, 16th, 22nd, 25th, 28th and June 1st. The production is directed by award-winning film director Lucrecia Martel. She will also be joined by her seven-piece Icelandic flute ensemble.

Björk released her last album, Utopia, in November 2017. Listen to album’s single ‘The Gate’ below.

Watch: Björk – The Gate


Whilst you’re here, why don’t you read our article on why we believe Vulnerica is Björks best record in years.