1. In the always-experimental singer’s new video, everything is perfectly Bjork-like, which is to say: like nothing you’ve ever seen before. Watch it here, then scope the making-of at All Songs Considered.

  2. It takes an artist like Björk to turn the complex process of DNA replication and transcription into something as simple and beautiful as a pop song. For the video of her song “Hollow,” from last year’s app-based album Biophilia, Björk has collaborated with biomedical animator Drew Berry to create a partly-scientific representation of the haunting song.
Watch now.

    It takes an artist like Björk to turn the complex process of DNA replication and transcription into something as simple and beautiful as a pop song. For the video of her song “Hollow,” from last year’s app-based album Biophilia, Björk has collaborated with biomedical animator Drew Berry to create a partly-scientific representation of the haunting song.

    Watch now.

  3. Max Weisel, the 20 year-old software engineer behind the live electronics of Bjork’s Biophilia show, explains how he makes a Tesla coil sing to All Songs Considered host Bob Boilen.

  4. Bjork told a journalist recently that she’d always wanted to be a music teacher. And so she was, in her own dazzling style, during the first show of a six-night residency at the New York Hall of Science. A variation on her innovative performance at the Manchester Festival in England last summer, it presented the music from her 2011 LP Biophilia for the first time in the U.S. Photos by Julieta Cervantes.

    Will Hermes reviews the show.

  5. Stream Björk's staggeringly inventive new album.

    Stream Björk's staggeringly inventive new album.

  6. This week on All Songs Considered: new music from Bjork, Grouplove, We Were Promised Jetpacks, Teddybears and more.

  7. Watch Björk's new Michel Gondry-directed video for “Crystalline.”