This morning, the Parklife line-up made its annual leap from the realm of cheeky leaks and speculation into the website-crash-inducing official announcement. Modular is well represented this year with The Presets, fresh off the announcement of new album 'Pacifica', taking a headlining role alongside Tame Impala & Robyn.
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Fresh from scoring an ARIA earlier in the week, now comes the news that 'Zonoscope' is up for 'Best Dance/Electronica Album' in the 54th Grammy Awards on Feb 12, 2012.
As the Australian label for Robyn we're also pretty psyched to see 'Body Talk' and 'Call Your Girlfriend' in the mix too.
A huge congratulations to Robyn and the Cut Copy boys. What can we say? We're proud as punch.
So far this year, Swedish dancehall queen Robyn has released two dizzying mini albums, Body Talk Pt.1 and Pt.2, the first two parts in a mindbending pop trilogy. Come December 10 the third and final piece of the years joy restoring pie, Body Talk will be unleashed upon the world.
Unlike the previous two records, Pt. 3 in the Body Talk series is a full-length album including a selection of tracks from the previous two installments plus a swag of new tracks, including the dance version of the latest single, 'Indestructible'.
Robyn performing "Dancing on My Own" on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" in support of her Body Talk trilogy.
Directed by Nils Ljunggren.
Part 2 of Robyn's ambitious three part Body Talk hits Australian and New Zealand stores today.
1. In My Eyes
2. Include Me Out
3. Hang with Me
4. Love Kills
5. We Dance to the Beat
6. Criminal Intent
7. U Should Know Better (featuring Snoop Dogg)
8. Indestructible (Acoustic Version)
9. Bad Gal (featuring Savage Skulls & Douster) [iTunes bonus track]
The princess of Swedish pop, Robyn, is back. Her latest album, Body Talk Pt. 1 has been received to rapturous reviews as she emerges fresh from the studio with Body Talk Pt. 2 out 24 September 2010. The second record of the Body Talk trilogy is the direct result of Robyn's abundance of great songs bursting to get out. The second of three albums to drop within a year, Body Talk Pt. 2 features high brow collaborations including Snoop Dogg, Diplo, Royskopp and Klas Ahlund.
In case you missed it, Robyn had a telephonc pow wow with triple j's The Doctor all about her latest record, Body Talk Pt. 1. Have a listen.
Swedish pop songbird Robyn is full of the kind of energy that could power New Zealand for the remainder of the century.