I use micro-beats, a lot of whispery vocals, which I think sound amazing when they're downloaded because of the secrecy of the medium. Icelandic singer and songwriter Björk has recorded more than two hundred songs for nine studio albums, two soundtrack albums, a compilation album, five remix albums and three collaboration albums. 9 She is the sole writer and producer of most of the songs included in her albums. The only acoustic instruments I would use would be those that sound good after they've been downloaded, so the harp, the music box, celeste and clavichord. After cathartic statements like Homogenic, the role of Selma in Dancer in the Dark, and the film's somber companion piece, Selmasongs, it's not surprising that Björk's first album in four years is less emotionally wrenching.

Björk – her 20 greatest songs ranked! After cathartic statements like She also sometimes plays instruments during her recording sessions. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Björk collection. "Frosti" fades into "Aurora", while "a warm, faintly crunchy sound" is heard.

[...] And the strings [...] ended up being more panoramic textures in the background. They're plucky sounds. [...] The strings would be like white mountains outside.Her relationship with Barney influenced her lyrics, which were now more intimate, detailed, and revealing as opposed to those of her past works. "Heirloom" was an existing instrumental track titled "Crabcraft" by electronic musician Björk has stated that she wanted the album to sound like "modern ...the way in which classical and dance-based elements are made to sit alongside one another as part of the same texture mediates the relationship between the two: the spiritual and the sensual are shown to be compatible, perhaps even suggesting that the sensual is spiritual, and that it can facilitate transcendence and hence grant access to a utopian world.

Still, Vespertine makes for an intriguing listen, and manages to hold its own after hours on repeat. It's all about being in a little house, on your own. Björk wanted to make an album with an intimate, domestic sound, deviating from the sonority of her previous studio album In July 1996, Björk published a poem titled "Techno Prayer" in While she worked on the film, she also began producing her next album, writing new music, and teaming with new collaborators.

On this album, Björk creates a quiet, introverted world of microbeats and personal lyrics. "It's Not Up to You" has been described as a "dizzying ballad" and a song that lifts the album upward. She has said "Björk then set about making a record with a domestic mood featuring "everyday moods and everyday noises translating into melodies and beats", Vespertine is the fourth studio album by Icelandic recording artist Björk.

But her unique sonic palette is harnessed here in the service of hushed awe: womblike intimacy and occasional ecstasy. Vespertine is the fifth studio album by the Icelandic recording artist Björk, released on 27 August 2001.

This is somehow Nick Knight, who had previously shot the cover art for The music video for "Cocoon" was directed by Eiko Ishioka and was shot in April 2001 in New York City.The album's ethereal artwork mirrors its "delicacy and introverted romance".In early August 2001, Björk confirmed the first set of dates for the By September 2001, the album had reached number 19 on the For the term used in reference to phenomena observed during the evening hours, see "The Björkian soundfield is much as it always is: skittering rhythms, warm keyboard tones, discreet "laptronic" pulses, plinking harps and swooshing strings, a general meshing of organic and synthetic textures. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Björk - Vespertine at Discogs.

"Written and produced by Björk, "Hidden Place" features "sweeping string arrangements and a It was released on 27 August 2001 in the United Kingdom by One Little Indian Records and in the United States by Elektra Entertainment.Production on the album began during the filming of Dancer in the Dark, which was characterized by conflict between her and director Lars von Trier.