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BJORK – Music & Frequency Podcast – Mario & Feona

In this podcast, Mario and Feona discuss Bjork’s music, personality, and soul through the lens of her music, astrology, and human design charts. Watch to find out more!

Björk, the Icelandic musical genius, captivates audiences with her innovative soundscapes, eclectic personality, and soulful expression. Exploring her music, astrology, and human design charts reveals a multifaceted artist driven by a unique creative vision. Björk’s music transcends genres, combining elements of electronic, pop, and avant-garde to create a sonic tapestry that defies categorization. Her celestial influences, as reflected in her astrology chart, uncover her visionary spirit, independence, and emotional depth. Furthermore, delving into her human design chart unveils her innate ability to push boundaries, experiment fearlessly, and authentically express her individuality. Björk’s music is a reflection of her dynamic and multifaceted nature, drawing listeners into her world and challenging them to embrace their own uniqueness. With each mesmerizing note and poetic lyric, Björk invites us to embark on a soul-stirring journey, pushing the boundaries of artistic expression and connecting us to the depths of human emotion.


At Land (1944) – Maya Deren (music by Feona Lee Jones)

I added my own music to Maya Deren’s silent experimental film, “At Land” to create my own twist on the narrative. Some parts of the film (ending) were omitted to leave the viewer to decide the meaning for themselves.

String Quartet was performed by: Tammie Dyer (Violin 1), Ilana Blumberg (Violin 2), Alexander Volonts (Viola), Rebecca Roudman (Cello), and recorded by: Jason Eckl.

At Land (1944) is a 15-minute silent experimental film written, directed by, and starring Maya Deren. It has a dream-like narrative in which a woman, played by Deren, is washed up on a beach and goes on a strange journey encountering other people and other versions of herself. Deren once said that the film is about the struggle to maintain one’s personal identity.facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterest