Hello you! Guess what? Stockholm's Razzia Records have a fantastic-looking compilation album, There's A Razzia Going On, coming out on June 18th. Just have a butcher's at the goodies on offer:
01. Hello Saferide - I was definitely made for these times 02. Adiam Dymott - Memory loss 03. Konie - My Life Is Shit But I Am Funky (remix) 04. I Are Droid - Blood & Ether 05. Firefox AK vs Laid -Once I was like you 06. Maia Hirasawa - Melody 07. Tripoli - Walk on 08. Säkert! - Det var tre månader sedan idag 09. They Live By Night - Meaningless repair 10. Timo Räisänen - Spill your beans 11. Svenska Kürkan - Besatt 12. The Plan - Stay Awhile 13. Jonna Lee - I wrote this song 14. Mange Schmidt feat. Thomas Rusiak & Eye N I - Håll käften del 15. Thunder Express - Switch 16. Tellevika feat. Firefox AK - Eric 17. Ebbot Lundberg & Mattias Bärjed - Coming down cold
The Hello Saferide track - indubitably one of the best UK-released singles of 2007 - would be worth the admission fee alone, but with Firefox AK, Maia Hirasawa, Timo Räisänen, Jonna Lee and Annika Norlin's side-project Säkert also present, this album just has to be a very good thing indeed.
More exciting Hello Saferide news: Annika's announced on the HS website that the band've been busy recording a new album, which "will be released September-ish". As if that wasn't enough on its own, it turns out the album's being produced by Swedish indie pop legend Andreas Mattsson of Popsicle, Sweet Chariots and Andreas Mattsson fame (and who I wrote a gushing tribute to in this entry)!
So anyway, it's all good, to borrow a phrase from that nice Sarah Assbring lady. And, while we're here, let's have some classic Hello Saferide and Popsicle by way of a celebration. Why not!
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