Thursday, 30 July 2015

Björk - Live @ Auditorium Parco della Musica, Italy, Rome, July, 29th (29-07-2015) [Echorama Euterpe] - [AAC-M4A]
















AAC-M4A download link: - https://www.mediafire.com/file/cebcfcjvfcbsdac/ - Björk:
Live @ Auditorium Parco della Musica, Italy, Rome, 
29th July,
(29-07-2015) [Echorama Euterpe]

Setlist:
01. Stonemilker 
02. Lionsong 
03. History Of Touches 
04. Black Lake 
05. Family 
06. Notget 
07. Come To Me 
08. The Pleasure Is All Mine 
09. I See Who You Are 
10. Harm Of Will 
11. All Neon Like 
12. Quicksand 
13. Wanderlust 
14. Mouth Mantra 
Encore: 
15. Mutual Core

björk, facebook quote: > i am incredibly honoured to announce that The Haxan Cloak will be doing my festivals with me this summer !!!!

" everybody knows it’s not about us ; it’s about this other , shamanic , kind of liberating character that sleeps somewhere inside us that is dying to get out . and if there ever is a time and a place to air it , it’s a festival . " - björk facebook - https://www.facebook.com/bjork

cd cover artwork by benjicoq, tour photos @
http://www.bjork.com/ + http://www.bjork.fr/ + assu consoli,
https://www.flickr.com/photos/absuntak/ + ada in a teacup, https://www.flickr.com/photos/ada-teacup/albums/72157630681869554/with/20140367192/1869554/with/20140367192/

please buy her albums + support this superb and unique icelandic/nordic artist @
http://www.bjork.com/

note: excellent audio sound !! the davilish lush lady in red is smileing at me. tour documented/recorded by youtube user echorama euterpe, big warmthness thanks to him. + re-encoded to AAC-M4A [superiour björklossless sound] by
http://gudmundsdottirbjork.blogspot.com/

Tuesday, 21 July 2015

Björk - Live @ Les Nuits de Fourvière, Lyon, France, July, 20th 8:45pm (20-07-2015) (lossless.fr) - [AAC-M4A]




AAC-M4A download link: - https://www.mediafire.com/file/eefrnfrkfw45zaa/ - Björk:
Live @ Les Nuits de Fourvière, Lyon, France, 
20th July8:45pm
(20-07-2015) [lossless.fr]

Setlist:
01. Stonemilker 
02. Lionsong 
03. Black Lake 
04. History Of Touches 
05. Family 
06. Notget 
07. Come To Me 
08. The Pleasure Is All Mine 
09. I See Who You Are 
10. Harm Of Will 
11. All Neon Like 
12. Quicksand 
13. Wanderlust 
14. Mouth Mantra 
15. Mutual Core 
Encore: 
16. One Day

björk, facebook quote: > i am incredibly honoured to announce that The Haxan Cloak will be doing my festivals with me this summer !!!!

" everybody knows it’s not about us ; it’s about this other , shamanic , kind of liberating character that sleeps somewhere inside us that is dying to get out . and if there ever is a time and a place to air it , it’s a festival . " - björk facebook - https://www.facebook.com/bjork

note: FLAC audio courtesy of lossless.fr , you can download the flac version here > https://mega.co.nz/#!tdVFyIyJ!j9TDz7TQGpWpBO-x0mYlGw5b2WKcPqXyhpjUZmCHYnk <

show reviews: Last night in Lyon, for his first concert in France since 2013, Divine Björk played the card of the requirement. The Icelandic likes to be where least expect it, At his request, the concert starts early, an orchestra of 15 strings taking place at 8:45 p.m. on the stage of the ancient theater of Fourvière, quickly followed percussionist Manu Delago and Dj Arca.
Björk finally appears wearing a gorgeous yellow dress and a white mask completely covering his face. "Stonemilker" followed by "Lionsong" and "Black Lake" launch debates. The tone was quickly set: Björk is not to party but to conduct a public therapy. His lyrics tell the wear of love, despair of being abandoned and we feel in his voice crack a touching, least cynical.
Musically, the songs multiply the rhythm breaks, tempos accelerations better then calm things down. The video projections evoke nature, so dear to the singer, but the mutant animal out of its larva, exploding from its cocoon. The message could not be clearer. The first 45 minutes of the concert, devoted entirely to "Vulnicura" So are simply sublime and are punctuated with a fireworks display at the end of "notget" which deck the 4,200 spectators.
The second part of the show unfortunately not find the same intensity. Blame it on a variety of complicated song, Björk has decided not sing any 'tube'. So yes it will delve into the depths of his repertoire, and is more fun to the purists the general public. But as we explained Arca after the concert, "she considered this evening as a separate show, it's not as if we had played to 50,000 people at a festival and had to send known songs to please. No, tonight we were more focused on the music. "
Björk thus allows the fascination after boredom certainly, but seeks above all the constant questioning, the constant concern music, all with the crazy class we know it. Almost fifties file backstage after one forty show, under the deserved cheers of Fourvière. Some artists seem to be doomed to keep repeating the same formulas for decades. Last night in Lyon, we came out of the concert with a question in mind: we will it take 25 years? And that is why we still love so much. Benjamin LOCOGE, Paris Match
Hardly seems that the magic happens. Visually first. For Björk Björk would not be without an extravagant outfit! Dressed in a long yellow dress designer Daisy Collingridge she face hidden by a mask lace and pearls. It is the work of his personal assistant for 6 years, JT Merry, an artist who works with her on his various projects and has crafted her several other remarkable masks.
The singer, the allure still youthful despite its almost 50 years, takes the audience into his world from the first notes. On stage, she is accompanied by a string orchestra, a percussionist and artistic accomplice Arca, who worked with her in the manufacture of "Vulnicura". It moves like a little girl, dancing, gesticulating and rewarding the public "Thank you" in French.
Complete artist, she enchants first by his voice, unique and powerful, but also the staging of his songs. Behind her, succeed perfectly in rhythm with his music videos. Insect pictures, excerpts from his videos. His whole universe and scrolls that offer. All a sudden burst of fireworks. The audience wanting more.
Demanding and meticulous artist, his concert is in his image: extravagant but accurate. Nothing is left to chance, everything is graph. There is not (enough) room for improvisation or exchange with the public, reduced to a few niceties. It was not until the very last song, "One day", revisited with his percussionist, so that the public gives way to whistle in the heart with it. Björk has taken on stage any of his old hits. The audience listened with passion the singer tell her story. A great moment of music. Culture box - cd cover artworks by benjicoq, tour photos @
http://www.bjork.com/ + http://www.bjork.fr/
mhln. https://www.flickr.com/photos/mhlenoir/ - https://www.flickr.com/photos/mhlenoir/sets/72157656219546940

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Sunday, 19 July 2015

Björk - Live @ Governors Ball Festival, Randall's Island, New York City, USA, NYC, 06th June, (06-06-2015) [DIME] - [AAC-M4A]




AAC-M4A download link: - https://www.mediafire.com/?e4eq1zir77kenz4 - Björk:
Live @ Governors Ball
Festival, Randall's Island, New York City, USA, NYC, 
Saturday, 06th June, 11:59pm
(06-06-2015) [DIME Version]

Setlist:
01. Stonemilker 
02. Lionsong  
03. Family 
04. Notget 
05. Hunter 
06. Bachelorette 
07. Sun In My Mouth 
08. Army Of Me  
09. Five Years 
10. Quicksand 
11. Wanderlust 
12. Mouth Mantra 
13. Mutual Core 
14. Hyperballad 

note: FLAC courtesy of DIME you can download the DIME FLAC version here https://www.dropbox.com/sh/fy0hgr0f3yvrera/AAD9_O6WRPzkbtmB8E9LPBCca?dl=0 <
björk, facebook quote: > i am incredibly honoured to announce that The Haxan Cloak will be doing my festivals with me this summer !!!!

" everybody knows it’s not about us ; it’s about this other , shamanic , kind of liberating character that sleeps somewhere inside us that is dying to get out . and if there ever is a time and a place to air it , it’s a festival . " - björk facebook - https://www.facebook.com/bjork

show reviews: [Björk Delivers Energetic, Inscrutable Set @ Governors Ball]

New York | June 06th 2015 11:59 PM EDT

Björk performs during 2015 Governors Ball Music Festival at Randall's Island on June 6, 2015 in New York City. 
[MOTH'S, SLUGS, SNALS, WASP'S, SNAKE'S & SPIDER BACKDROPS]

(1) Her costume. 
Björk was wearing a fuzzy black/green/purple outfit that was out there even for her. We think it was a spider, but it could’ve been a moth, a centipede, or any number of creepy-crawly creatures that you don’t want to look at for too long. There were three-pronged wing/leg things coming out her shoulders. Her head and face were covered in a sheer mask. We’re no entomologists, but Bjork wears arthropod well.
(2) The videos of nature being extra nature-y. 
Ever since her earliest work Björk has been obsessed with nature — the video for “Human Behavior” anyone ? But after her 2011 Biophilia project, she’s gone full blown NatGeo — if NatGeo was dedicated only to nature’s ickiest creatures at their ickiest, that is. The videos that played behind her during her Governor’s Ball set had it all : Moths laying disgusting egg thingies ? Check. Millipedes having an orgy ? Double check. Slugs hanging upside down from snot strings and spewing weird blue goo ? Barf. But hey, it was sort of fascinating and beautiful at the same time, as long as you hadn’t eaten right beforehand.
(3) Her song selection. 
Björk’s set was basically the antithesis of what most acts do at big-stage festival gigs. She, her orchestra, laptop-wielding producer Arca and percussionist Manu Delago played only a couple of her more well-known ’90s hits, sticking mostly with obscure cuts from her heartbreaking, breakup-inspired new album Vulnicura. The crowd got noticeably thinner, but not because Bjork wasn’t great — she was just a little too Björk for a crowd of mostly twentysomethings and teens who were there to festival, man.
(4) Her dance moves. 
Björk moved in mysterious ways, but probably not like Bono meant. Inspired by whatever creature she was dressed up as, she shimmied to one side of the stage, then fluttered back, then did weird robot pantomime moves, then vogued bizarrely.
(5) Every time she said, “thank you.” 
If you’ve ever seen Björk, you know that her favorite words in the English dictionary are “thank” and “you.” In fact, those are often the only two words she ever says. Sometimes, in her thick Icelandic accent, she’ll say them stoically, sometimes happily, sometimes robotically. And at Governors Ball, let’s just say she was as grateful as ever.
(6) When she demanded that the crowd “karaoke.” 
There were only a couple times Björk uttered more than “thank you.” Once she basically said the same thing : “I aprrrrrrreciate you,” emphasis on the R. But more delightful than that was toward the end of her set, when she instructed the crowd to sing along to “Hyperballad.” Or, to let her tell it : “C’mon — Karaoke !” Singing along to Bjork is never easy, but the fans that were left at that point, were diehards, so they happily, clumsily, obliged.
(7) The fireworks. 
Björk’s songs were mostly depressing, and her performance was often confounding. But she saved a big payoff for the end of her set : fireworks. They blew repeatedly from the top of the stage during “Hyperballad,” time with huge flames blasting from behind the orchestra. After the strange journey she took the audience on, it was, like much of her best music, downright cathartic.
Billboard
Björk Delivers Energetic, Inscrutable Set at Governors Ball 
"Karaoke ! Come on !" Björk yelped out at the end of her Saturday night set at the 2015 Governors Ball Music Festival, as the opening notes of "Hyperballad" revealed the crowd favorite that was about to be played. Many audience members dutifully abided by the Icelandic pop chanteuse’s command, warbling clumsily along with the opening verse before the Post classic’s memorably emotional chorus arrived. "Hyperballad" is a giant song, and the closing fireworks display was certainly fitting. The problem was that there just weren’t many people in the crowd to see those fireworks, or help Björk belt out the hypnotic track. 
Björk’s performance, positioned on the main stage on Saturday night (June 6) prior to deadmau5’s headlining show, wasn’t as divisive as it was largely shrugged-off from Governors Ball attendees. Presented with 75 minutes of an indie legend prancing around in front of a full orchestra as the sun set, casual fans lasted an average of 20 minutes before wandering off to get ready for Flume or grab a bite to eat. By the end of Björk’s performance, the crowd was noticeably paltry but dedicated, as the gathering of diehards rooted on the performance. And what a spirited performance it was : Björk certainly did not notice the audience members constantly being siphoned off by other activities at the festival, spending the set shimmying, gliding and spinning around the stage in front of her aforementioned orchestra. the icelandic/nordic star 49 was Wearing an outlandish spider costume with a white net obscuring her face, Björk possessed a natural vibrancy that contrasted with some of the material from her new album Vulnicura. 
Songs like "Stonemilker" and "Quicksand," so powerful in their studio versions, became plodding in front of an unfamiliar festival crowd. However, older tracks like "Army of Me," "Hunter," "Bachelorette" and "5 Years" proved to be downright enchanting, with the live strings often emphasizing the canyon-sized beats of each song. 
Earlier this year, Björk performed a string of mesmerizing shows at New York’s Carnegie Hall and Kings Theatre — those audiences lapped up the larval visuals and seven-minute song lengths more readily than a festival crowd ever could. Even if the set list was a bit perplexing and the crowd less than enthralled, the giddy weirdness of Björk’s live show was a breath of fresh air amidst the pop, rock and dance flavors at Governors Ball. Björk couldn’t make "karaoke" happen, but the fireworks exploded nevertheless. Billboard - CD cover art work by benjicoq. tour photos @
http://www.bjork.com/ + http://www.bjork.fr/
pete olshansky. @ https://www.flickr.com/photos/venusasaboy/

please buy her albums + support this superb and unique icelandic/nordic artist @
http://www.bjork.com/

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Björk - Live @ City Center, New York, USA, NY, April, 1st (01-04-2015) - [AAC-M4A]





AAC-M4A download link: - https://www.mediafire.com/?cw9qh4lcx4ruzrz - Björk:
Live @ City Center,
New York, USA, NY, 
1st April,
(01-04-2015) 

Setlist:

01. Stonemilker
02. Lionsong
03. History Of Touches
04. Black Lake
05. Family
06. Atom Dance 
07. Come To Me
08. All Neon Like
09. I See Who You Are
10. Quicksand
11. Notget
12. Wanderlust 
Encore: 
13. Encore Brake 
14. Mouth Mantra 
photos courtesy of www.bjork.com + www.bjork.fr

björk, facebook quote: > only 2 shows left
i would like to thank all for the monumental good energy thats been washed upon us playing these concerts !!!!! ive never felt anything like it ! with only 2 left im getting super mushy : i would like to thank the musicians manu delago , alarm will sound and especially arca , whos made new arrangements : this beacon of fertility played proper dress up with my old songs made them all shiny and new !!!
music is a beast best suited for concert halls : and i was blessed enough this time around to try amongst the new york finest : carnegie hall , the magnificent newly renovated kings theatre in brooklyn and the intimate city center . this time around ive kept the staging and theatricals minimal , let it all be about the music , the notation , the listeners . these temples of music are an ancient idea and not a coincidence that they work ! hurray to gigs !!! im grateful !! looking forward to seeing you for those 2 remaining shows !!
björk facebook - https://www.facebook.com/bjork

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Björk - Live @ Pohoda Festival, Trenčín Airport, Slovakia, July, 11th (11-07-2015) [MartinSlovakia] - [AAC-M4A]








AAC-M4A download link: - https://www.mediafire.com/file/o3ufkp1ijpl1r81/ - Björk:
Live @ Pohoda
Festival, Trencín Airport, Slovakia, SK, 
11th July,
(11-07-2015) [MartinSlovakia]

Setlist:
01. Stonemilker 
02. Lionsong 
03. Family 
04. Notget 
05. Hunter 
06. Bachelorette 
07. Possibly Maybe 
08. Where Is The Line_ 
09. Army Of Me 
10. Five Years 
11. Quicksand 
12. Wanderlust 
13. Mouth Mantra 
14. Mutual Core 
15. Hyperballad

show review: Despite basing her show around heartbreak, Björk was clearly having fun, says Rob Hughes.
The last time Björk played the Manchester International Festival, she chose to unveil Biophilia, a concept piece that used a variety of odd musical contraptions to unite the realms of science, nature and technology. It was a highly ambitious work – perhaps overly so – that eventually involved a complex series of apps and media platforms. Four years on and the contrast could hardly have been greater. Björk was back in Manchester to give the first European performance of her latest creation, Vulnicura, which turns out to be one of pop music’s more traditional staples : a break-up album.
That said, Björk doesn’t do break-up like anyone else. She was joined onstage by members of hip young things the Heritage Orchestra, who’ve previously brought a thrilling dynamic to shows by Sparks, Anna Calvi and John Cale. Sunday night’s gig also saw her play with percussionist Manu Delago and electronica wizard Haxan Cloak. Then there was Björk herself, fabulously attired in a day-glo butterfly costume and mask. The mood, visually at least, was very much one of festivity.
Yet things took a while to get moving. One of the defining features of Vulnicura, aside from Björk’s often pained and dissolute lyrics (the result of a split with artist Matthew Barney), is the liberal use of strings to map the emotional journey from heartbreak to some kind of salvation. But for all the beauty of Stonemilker and the epic Black Lake – and they are very beautiful indeed – they’re not exactly the kind of songs to pump up a party. It wasn’t until Notget, with its nimble intro and flashing electronic pulse, artfully leading into waves of ecstatic release, that the crowd became animated. This was helped along by sudden bursts of fireworks at either side of the stage, and showers of sparks on it, sending out great billowing plumes of red and blue smoke. From thereon in, Björk was clearly having fun. There was a big and very beaty Bachelorette (one of a handful of favourites from 1997’s Homogenic), a version of Possibly Maybe that began in avant-classical mode before surrendering to a thudding rhythm, plus an imperious Army of Me that seemed to worry the very floor.
This was a setlist that was diligently constructed, with non-Vulnicura tunes selected for their similar thematic weight and purpose. 5 Years was a prime example, with Björk investing its repeated lyrical barb – “You can’t handle love, baby” – with more restorative urgency each time. The song served as an ideal precursor to Quicksand, busying along to drill’n’bass, animated strings and its central tenet that life is ultimately a wonderful and very precious thing. Breaking up might be hard to do, but Björk proved that she’s capable of transmuting despair into a very singular form of rapture. Telegraph
Before Bjork even sets foot on stage it is already filled with bodies and colour. The orchestra members walk out to take their seats, each of them dressed head-to-toe in gleaming white. Behind them are two musicians, one on an electronic drum kit and the other, Bjork’s recent collaborator and co-producer the Haxan Cloak, responsible for beats and electronics.
She sprints out onto the stage dressed as a Day-Glo butterfly, her face mostly covered with a mask that resembles a traditional Mexican wrestler. She bounds and races around, greatly resembling the creature itself, all fluttering wings, moving wildly but gracefully.
Opening with “Stonemilker” the opening track from her most recent, and heart-breaking, record Vulnicura the tone is instantly sombre yet grand as the strings wail out in soaring unison, floating on top of an undercurrent of fractured, bass-driven, electronics and stark drums. Bjork’s voice sails through the air, delivering her most recent material with a mighty strength and force but also allowing the pain and anguish – of which said material was based on – to come bubbling to the surface, compellingly.
Striking visuals depict her heart being stitched back together again after clearly being ripped in half and there are plentiful moments throughout the night in which the personal pain this artist went through during her breakup are almost uncomfortably palpable. However, this doesn’t feel like a wallowing, more an expulsion, a gigantic exercise in release.
The relationship between the strings and the thumping electronics are both harmonious and fractious and they work all the better because of their opposing sonic traits. The tone can shift from refrained, plaintive tenderness to surging, engulfing electronica and does so frequently. Midway through the set fireworks begin to rocket into the sky from behind the stage, initially blue and then red, shooting off huge clouds of thick smoke that hang in the air, consuming all the on-looking balcony watchers in the neighbouring residential flats in the process. The crowd’s heads turn and a back and forth waving session ensues as Bjork too waves at the groups all cloaked in a thick red haze.
Older material is cherry picked alongside the more recent material, with a trilogy of “Where is the Line” “Army of Me” and “5 Years” creating a formidable highlight. “Army of Me”, despite its twenty-year plus age, still rattles and hums with vibrancy and sends the crowd into a frenzy. The encore is a ferocious and rave-like version of “Hyperballad”, which sounds as huge and thundering as the fireworks that take off and explode above the stage. All the while Bjork charges around as fireballs shoot out from the stage and intense strobe lights flicker intensely. It’s a set that pays homage to the eclectic nature of Bjork as an artist as a whole, it’s intensely visual and multi-sense stimulating whilst remaining consistently challenging and progressive musically. It’s all further proof that there really is nobody else like Bjork. Independent
Björk’s appearance at the Manchester international festival has a hint of deja vu. It’s only four years since she was a stone’s throw from this very venue, showcasing Biophilia, an avant garde experimental app-based dance album that explored the links between nature, music and technology.
However, the two shows could hardly be more different. In 2011, the audience circled the stage and the artist led a visual spectacular, wearing what looked like a shaggy dog on her head. This time, she’s performing the recent, acclaimed Vulnicura, a hugely intense affair that documents – in graphic detail – the breakdown of her relationship with the artist Matthew Barney.
It’s a much more stripped down performance, albeit with Björk walking on dressed like a DayGlo butterfly, complete with wings, and sporting a bulbous headdress that covers her face like a mask.
The contrast between her achingly personal words, and the film behind her of a more carefree Björk, on an Icelandic beach is moving, and yet, during the opening Stonemilker, her mood seems playful. There are cheers as the front rows glimpse a grin behind the mask. However, as the album progresses we’re drawn into its emotional whirlpool of sadness, despair and ultimately repair.
Vulnicura contains the sort of personal thoughts and details that few stars would confide to their psychiatrist, never mind perform to more than 5,000 people in an open-air urban amphitheatre. Her lyrics hit home like nails in the coffin of something that was precious. “Maybe he will come out of this loving me,” she muses, as doubt bleeds into fury. “I honoured my feelings. You betrayed your own heart,” she snaps in the bleakly devastating Black Lake, as percussionist Manu Delago drops what sound like sonic bombs. Startling imagery of the insect world adds to the sense of something unusually intimate.
Hurt-filled confessionals about family abandonment could easily fall flat in front of standing evening drinkers, but the white-clad Heritage Orchestra keep the energy levels up as the sumptuous, complex arrangements shift from classical serenity to Psycho-like violin intensity, over the pulverising electronic sub-bass energy of a club.
Either because such songs are emotionally draining, or because she’s canny enough to recognise the limits of audience concentration, she also delves into her back catalogue. Oldies such as Possibly Maybe, Wanderlust and a lovely Hyperballad are given dramatic new arrangements before she returns to ­Vulnicura to triumphantly declare : “When I’m broken, I am complete.”
It’s a concert that demands attention, but delivers magic, fireworks and humanity, summed up when rocketing plumes of coloured smoke erupt behind the stage, and the emotionally unburdening superstar finds herself cheerily waving at a group watching from a nearby balcony who have comically ­disappeared under a cloud of smoke. Guardian - björk, facebook quote: > i am incredibly honoured to announce that The Haxan Cloak will be doing my festivals with me this summer !!!!

" everybody knows it’s not about us ; it’s about this other , shamanic , kind of liberating character that sleeps somewhere inside us that is dying to get out . and if there ever is a time and a place to air it , it’s a festival . " - björk facebook - https://www.facebook.com/bjork

tour photos @
http://www.bjork.com/ + http://www.bjork.fr/  + ondrej koscik, https://www.flickr.com/photos/ondrejko/ + martina mlcuchova, https://www.flickr.com/photos/martinamlcuchova/

note: poor live WAV audio recorded by an android device in pocket by concert viewer martinslovakia. - http://martinslovakianvideoblog.blogspot.com/

please buy her albums + support this superb and unique icelandic/nordic artist @
http://www.bjork.com/

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Björk - Live @ Colours Of Ostrava Festival, Ostrava, Česká Spořitelna Stage, (16-07-2015) [Toque] - [AAC-M4A]










AAC-M4A download link: - https://www.mediafire.com/file/x6kwnu2x4kw622k/ - Björk:
Live @ Colours Of Ostrava
Festival,
16th July,
(16-07-2015) [Toque]

Setlist:
01. Stonemilker 
02. Lionsong 
03. Family 
04. Notget 
05. Hunter 
06. Unravel 
07. Bachelorette 
08. Possibly Maybe 
09. Where Is The Line_ 
10. Army Of Me 
11. Five Years 
12. Quicksand 
13. Wanderlust 
14. Mouth Mantra 
15. Mutual Core 
16. Hyperballad

björk, facebook quote: > i am incredibly honoured to announce that The Haxan Cloak will be doing my festivals with me this summer !!!!

" everybody knows it’s not about us ; it’s about this other , shamanic , kind of liberating character that sleeps somewhere inside us that is dying to get out . and if there ever is a time and a place to air it , it’s a festival . " - björk facebook - https://www.facebook.com/bjork

2015-07-16 @ Colours of Ostrava, Ostrava
Post by toque » Sat, Jul, 18, 2015 10:09 pm

ok, here's the bootleg, whole ostrava show - MP3 audio :)

i'm not dan lynch so don't expect super high quality. but i think the quality is still quite very good 8) 
it's the best to listen to in on headphones or at least some on good speakers.
i'd be glad if some one could edit it, clean it, what ever.. i can't work with any sound software.

> http://uloz.to/xPYxFvkU/ostrava-cake-zip <

there's a password: cake

enjoy


tour photos @
http://www.bjork.com/ + http://www.bjork.fr/

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