Björk has been a mesmerizing, if sometimes confusing, artist for 30 years. The Icelandic musician mixes together everything from EDM to jazz to indie rock to create her twisting, micro-beat-filled seven albums. She claims her eighth complete LP, Vulnicura, is her most emotional, most personal album yet.
In the interview, Björk is unfailingly honest, at times breaking into tears over the emotional content of the album. She eloquently speaks about her work and her experience in an industry that is more often trying to use women as a mouthpiece than listening to what they have to say. Here's one paragraph from the interview that exemplifies just how difficult those interactions can be:
You can read the whole interview on Pitchfork.