Karin Elisabeth Dreijer is a Swedish singer-songwriter and record producer. Dreijer was one half of the electronic music duo the Knife, formed with their brother Olof Dreijer. Dreijer released their debut solo album under the alias Fever Ray in January 2009. Their second studio album, Plunge, under the same alias, was released in October 2017. Dreijer's vocal style is notable for both shrill and deep tones, and also the use of multitracked vocals, with different uses of pitch-shifting technology on each track, creating an intricate and mysterious effect. Visually, they employ the use of masks, face and body paint, intricate costumes, and other theatrical elements in photo shoots, videos and live performances, during which they often perform behind a gauze screen that partially obscures the audience's view.
|Birth name:||Karin Elisabeth Dreijer|
|Also known as:||Fever Ray|
|Born:||April 7, 1975, Gothenburg, Sweden|
|Genres:||Electropop, ambient, trip hop, experimental|
|Occupation(s):||Singer-songwriter, record producer|
|Instruments:||Vocals, guitar, keyboards|
|Labels:||Rabid, Brille, Mute, Cooperative|
|Associated acts:||Honey Is Cool, The Knife, Röyksopp, Deus|
|Website:||Karin Dreijer's Official site|
|Twitter:||Karin Dreijer's Twitter profile|
|Instagram:||Karin Dreijer's Instagram profile|
|Facebook:||Karin Dreijer's Facebook profile|
|Youtube:||Karin Dreijer's Youtube channel|
|Spotify:||Karin Dreijer's Spotify|
|SoundCloud:||Karin Dreijer's SoundCloud|
|iTunes:||Karin Dreijer's iTunes|
About Karin Dreijer Andersson
Swedish singer who has earned worldwide acclaim as one half of the Grammis-winning electronic pop duo The Knife. She released her first solo album as Fever Ray in 2009.
She got her start in music as the singer and guitarist for the alt-rock band Honey Is Cool.
She has become known for her attention-grabbing fashion choices, often wearing elaborate masks and facepaint.
Her brother Olof Dreijer is the other half of The Knife. She married Kent Peter Kristian Andersson, with whom she has children.
She wrote the music for a stage adaptation of Ingmar Bergman's Hour of the Wolf.
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