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  • Motormännen – Informationstechno

    17,99 (Outside EU: 14,39)
    Motormännen make information techno infused with an air of Swedish nostalgia through a filter of retro-futuristic skepticism. Audioclip (album sampler from digital version)  
  • The Deer Tracks – Undersvik (coloured vinyl)

    17,99 (Outside EU: 14,39)
    Electronica from the Deer Tracks via Lamour Records (album sampler from digital version)
  • Dark ambient/poetry from Råd Kjetil Senza Testa & Mattias Alkberg via Lamour Records (audio sampler from digital source)
  • Acid techno infused with the message of eternity in the tradition of the swedish revival movement. Bottenvikens Silverkyrka!
  • Igor – Fast & Slow LP

    14,99 (Outside EU: 11,99)
    Ambient from Igor (Mikael Strömberg) via Lamour Records (album sampler from digital source)
  • PRO424 – Immune LP

    14,99 (Outside EU: 11,99)
    Ambient and techno from PRO 424 via Lamour Records (album sampler from digital source)
  • Lisa & Kroffe – Origo

    14,99 (Outside EU: 11,99)
    Electronica, ambient & kraut from Lisa & Kroffe via Monoscope (album sampler from digital version)
  • Lisa & Kroffe – Gärdet session

    15,99 (Outside EU: 12,79)
    Electronica and ambient from Lisa & Kroffe via Klangfigur Audio Artefacts (album sampler from digital source)
  • Bottenvikens Silverkyrka – Arken

    11,99 (Outside EU: 9,59)
    Acid techno infused with the message of eternity in the tradition of the swedish revival movement, Bottenvikens Silverkyrka!
  • Beem – Sings with his hands LP

    9,99 (Outside EU: 7,99)
    Electronica/Funk/Skwee from Beem via Flogsta Danshall (album sampler from digital source)
  • Manic Brothers, Inter Gritty, Nima Khak & Ragnar Atari takes the concept of Swedish welfare into the darkest and hardest corridors of Techno. (Audio clip from digital versions)
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    Manic Brothers, Inter Gritty, Nima Khak & Ragnar Atari takes the concept of Swedish welfare into the darkest and hardest corridors of Techno. (Audio clip from digital versions)