Gabber Modus Operandi Denoted An Electronic Crack for Bjork’s 10th Album

Fossora, a biological techno by Bjork links up GMO's original cracks.
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Bjork’s 10th studio album is linked up with a bali-based electronic-duo, Gabber Modus Operandi. Ican Harem and DJ Kasimyn denoted their own gabber-base swings for helping out the creation of a biological-techno by Bjork in the Fossora album. This overseas collaboration connected the dots of Bjork’s original spell as she recalled a “mushroom album”.

This upcoming album might swings the nature of Gabber Modus Operandi’s initial sounds as they will expectedly highlight the origin of Deutch techno and Balinese gamelan rhythm. Over a video call meet, Bjork and GMO was putting their mind off and exchanging sampling which later on will be granted among Fossora’s tracks. Bjork herself was also noted praising this eclectic duo for its futuristic-traditional condemnation as she said “They’re taking tradition into the 21st century, which I really respect. They do it like nobody else.”

On the other hand, Gabber Modus Operandi has been cracking themselves up for their very first European tour visiting Primavera Sound and Alter Festival.

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