Icelandic singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Björk recently had to put out her new album, Vulnicura, months before the scheduled release date due to an online leak. Not surprisingly, the record has already achieved worldwide success. Following its surprising, but still successful release, yesterday (Feb. 11), Tri Angle Records announced that the label's head honcho Robin Carolan will be co-hosting a Rinse FM radio broadcast with the singer herself:

The broadcast will take place Thursday, Feb. 19, and will also feature an exclusive set by the label's artist Holy Other.

Björk will also soon be featured as the theme for a career-spanning exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, which will include the Andrew Thomas Huang-directed Black Lake, an "immersive 10-minute music and film experience" that will pair with the musician's song of the same name. She will also be playing a bunch of intimate New York gigs in March.

If you are interested in hearing what Vulnicura is all about, you can pick up the digital, CD and vinyl editions at this location.