10. The Knife ::Shaking the Habitual [Mute] :: April 9 :: Swedish siblings Olof and Karin Dreijer dragged the zeitgeist howling into tomorrow with 2006's Silent Scream, a pulsing, beguiling charmer that proved to be the sound of the eventual future. This follow-up is hotly anticipated, especially in the wake of the weird work Karin did in the meantime under the solo moniker Fever Ray.

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