To commemorate the release of our first 7" back on August 14, 2000, we have made our full catalogue available on streaming services and digital stores through our label Rabid Records. This includes our soundtrack to the Swedish film Hannah Med H and Live At Terminal 5. The full Rabid Records catalogue, including releases from Fever Ray and Olof Dreijer, is also now available on Bandcamp for the first time.
In 2008-9 we collaborated with Mt Sims and Planningtorock on Tomorrow, in a Year, music for an ‘electro-opera’ on Darwin by Danish performance group Hotel Pro Forma. It was released as an album on Rabid in 2010, but never on vinyl. So we’ve decided to reissue it on double LP in August featuring brand new artwork from Martin Falck. More news on further reissues soon ;)
In 2014 we made music for an anti-nationalist cabaret made by the Swedish art group FUL which toured worldwide between 2014-2016. Since then a lot has changed. Many people who came to Sweden around then, and have lived and worked here during all this time, are now forced to flee this country, since Sweden is deporting people to countries that are extremely unsafe, like Afghanistan.
The track "För alla namn vi inte får använda (Europa Europa theme)" is now available on all platforms via Rabid Records.
Writer and director Nasim Aghili says: “When we worked with Europa Europa, we wanted to criticize the racist migration policy in Europe during that time, but we couldn’t even imagine a situation like the one today. The right of asylum is no longer a human right we can all agree upon and support. It’s more important than ever to fight for asylum rights and stop deportations.“
Thanks for tuning into Bring Your Spoon - The Knife Serves Birthday Cake, our 20th anniversary live stream. It was fun to share some memories with you. Olof’s set from the broadcast is available to watch above.
The Knife: Live At Terminal 5 will be available for the first time in the US, Canada, UK, Asia, South American, Middle East and Africa!
There are new vinyl & CD editions being released in the US and Canada and other countries can now order from the Rabid store.
Our soundtrack for the 2003 Swedish feature film Hannah Med H will is now available on streaming services and digital stores worldwide.