Karin and Olof Dreijer well loved electronic pairing The Knife are celebrating 20 years since the release of their first 7” by releasing their catalogue via their own imprint Rabid Records, who are also releasing music from Fever Ray, and Olof’s solo outpit. Added to that are a bunch of vinyl releases from Mute Records.
Previously unreleased music includes The Knife: Live At Terminal, a live album which will be available on physical and digital formats in the UK for the first time. Pre-order physical and digital formats here via Rabid. Watch The Knife’s full 2014 Terminal 5 performance here.
To commemorate the release of their very first 7” on 14 August 2000, the Knife are making some previously unreleased music available on the same date this year. 14 August 2020 will also mark the launch of Rabid Records on Bandcamp, which will see catalogue releases from The Knife, Fever Ray, and Olof Dreijer available via the platform for the first-time beginning Friday.
Additionally, 14 August 2020 sees the digital release of the Knife’s soundtrack to the 2003 Swedish thriller Hannah Med H. Pre-order here via Rabid.
The band are currently planning an event to mark the anniversary of The Knife later this year with news and details to follow soon.