Dance-pop fans who remember the 90s can’t help but remember Robyn. The big voiced, Swedish sensation that exploded onto the charts with “Show Me Love” was everywhere in 1997 from mainstream radio to the mega-popular kids show “Keenan and Kel.” For awhile, you couldn’t turn on the radio, or even the television, without hearing or seeing Robyn.
And then, just as quickly as she appeared, she seemed to vanish. Where did she go? To the European underground, of course, where she turned her attention from pop to electro... and now we are seeing here everywhere once again. Collaborating with such club scene giants as the Knife, Royksopp and Klas Ahlund, and opening for Madonna during the Sticky and Sweet tour, Robyn reinvented herself and found her place in the world of electronica (and we LOVE it!).
Body Talk is a three-CD set, released one at a time by Robyn and featuring such gems as her take on Alicia Keys’ “Try Sleeping with a Broken Heart” and a collaboration with Deadmau5. The third and final album in the Body Talk project is set to be released on November 29th and will coincide with the release of her single, “Indestructible.” The album will include five tracks from the previous Body Talk albums as well as five new tracks. Robyn plans on sticking with this model of releasing albums, saying “It’s been very interesting to try and figure out a more organic way of making music.”