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The Radio Dept.
Teach Me To Forget

The Radio Dept. follow up their return album Running Out Of Love album with an EP called Teach Me To Forget, which contains an extended 12”  version of the title tune, a pair of entirely new songs, and three exclusive remixes. A nice little variety package offering different angles on The Radio Dept., released by the Labrador label.
  • Vinyl LP (LAB162LP)
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  • CD (LAB162CD)
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Club 8
Golden Island

Though they haven't exactly pushed the boundaries of music as the press release tries to suggest, Swedish indie-poppers Club 8 aren't afraid to experiment with their sound and following on from their early pop-lite performances have over the years delved into the deeper murky waters of electronic textures.  Here they use unusual instrumentation and sampled voices to create an album of haunting but soothing music.    
  • Vinyl LP (LAB163V)
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The Mary Onettes
The Mary Onettes

Swedish dreamers The Mary Onettes released their eponymous debut album ten years ago, and a decade is a good amount of time, so here it is again! The Mary Onettes is a sensitive album of anthemic indie, sure to reach into your heart and soul alike. Revisit this little cult favourite on vinyl or on CD, via the Labrador label.
  • Vinyl LP (LAB103LP)
  • CD (LAB103R)

The Legends
Nightshift

For anyone in love with the niche world of retro-furturist synthesizers - look no further. This gorgeous 16-track slab, coined Nightshift, embraces a deluge of vocoders and a shed load of analogue sounds in what makes up a Scandanavian electro expedition. This is The Legends; this is space-pop in its most galactic fashion.
  • Vinyl Double LP (LAB161LP)
  • CD (LAB161)

The Radio Dept.
Running Out Of Love

The new Radio Dept. album has been on the brew for six years now, and is now ready to be served up. Running Out Of Love expresses frustration with the direction of development in the band’s native Sweden, with a pumping electro-pop musical backing. Melancholy vibes, fiercely expressed. Released by the Labrador label.
  • Vinyl LP (LAB158LP)
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  • CD (LAB158)

Red Sleeping Beauty
Kristina

Red Sleeping Beauty are a Swedish indie synthpop group who have long been dormant: Kristina is their first album for 19 years! The band’s rule is apparently that only analogue synthesisers may be used: the only exceptions are vocals and a single acoustic guitar (stop that strumming!). So a lovely set of synthetic melodies is what we get here. On Labrador.

Maria Usbeck
Amparo

Maria Usbeck’s debut full-length as a solo artist (you may know her from Selebrities) is a very international work, planned and recorded during a period of travel. On Amparo she makes a point of singing in her native Spanish, which sounds fantastic here amidst a dense weave of beautiful textures and rhythms. Released by Labrador.

The Radio Dept
Clinging To A Scheme

Clinging To A Scheme was The Radio Dept.’s 2010 return, after several years away, to reclaim their position at the top of the Swedish indie-pop pile. This third album often settles into an intoxicating dreamy haze of vocals, soft guitars and organ, but also grabs influence from P-funk: real beats! Reissue from Labrador.
  • CD (LAB105)
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The Mary Onettes
Islands


The Legends
Over and Over


  • CD (LAB118CD)
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