The Knife and the New Politics of Synth-Punk 

It’s shocking to hear Karin Dreijer Andersson’s voice break on the first track of The Knife’s new record. What we’ve come to even think of as her voice has actually been an eerily treated combination of human and machine tones. She’s…

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