Live At Troxy – recorded at London’s Troxy as part of the Plunge tour and released this year.
DSVII – The second instalment in the Digital Shades series was released this autumn, twelve years after the first. It was released on limited edition heavy weight double vinyl in candy floss pink and is available on all streaming services.
Knife + Heart – Anthony’s soundtrack to his brother Yann Gonzalez’s film was released this year.
Then It Fell Apart, Moby’s new book was named one of the Guardian’s best music biographies of 2019.
Olof dropped some rowdy club sounds in his mix for Resident Advisor this February.
Planningtorock remixed Robyn’s Ever Again.
REX THE DOG
Rex released his electro-house banger Vortex on Kompakt this summer, quick becoming a club favourite.
Robyn released the video for Ever Again.
This year Röyksopp launched their Lost Tapes project, a series of monthly releases of rare B-sides, exclusives – & even some previously unreleased tracks.
Recorded at her critically acclaimed, sold out show last year, Susanne released live album Music For People In Trouble Live from the Barbican as CD, digi and 12″ vinyl this autumn.
The Knife remixed Björk’s Country Creatures, released on One Little Indian.
Zhala supported Robyn on tour and debuted new track “Holes” at Smash Festival in Stockholm this summer.
Fever Ray remixed Björk’s Country Creatures, released on One Little Indian.
Plunge Remix – a compilation of all the Plunge remixes together, released this year on CD, digi and 12″ vinyl. Featuring remixes by the likes of Tami T, Olof Dreijer, Bunny Michael, Paula Temple and Glasser.
Olof played Robyn’s Smash Festival in Stockholm this summer.
Planningtorock played for the first time in front of their mum and sister at the Barbican Centre in London this summer.
REX THE DOG
While Rex was in New York this autumn he stopped in to do a mix for Tim Sweeney’s Beats In Space show.
Robyn performed a medley of Between The Lines and Love Is Free on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon this July.
Robyn headlined Madison Square Garden this March…
…and inspired an encore on NYC’s E Train subway platform after.