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Teach Me To Forget Vinyl 12"

LabradorSKU lp-9090

reworks of Running Out Of Love + 2 new tracks
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Limited edition 12-inch maxi single containing subtle reworks of tracks from The Radio Dept.’s 2016 full-length Running Out Of Love, proving that the Swedish duo’s lighthearted dreampop translates extremely well to the dancefloor. A new 12” mix of the title track (Running Out Of Love’s coda) sets the tone nicely with an earworm bassline and thumping minimal techno rhythm propping up the original’s bittersweet vocals and filtered shoegaze atmosphere for six minutes of sombre bliss. “Just So,” a new track, continues this vibe and adds some 909 snare + hi-hats along with some Basic Channel-esque ambience for good measure. “Not In Love,” another new track, moves out of the techno realm and into more familiar territory for the band, supplanting the 4x4 beat with a looser rhythm and some 808 cowbells and dubby synth arpeggios peppering the track’s infectious guitar & vocals. Side B boasts three remixes of other tracks from Running Out Of Love by Henning Fürst, Mythologen and Kim Ki O which sees their material reinterpreted as reggaeton, big beat and slo-techno, respectively. For fans of The Field, Todd Terje, Daphni; limited edition of 1000, recommended.

  • limited edition
  • music label: Labrador 2017
reviewed by hannibal chew 10/2017
UPC: 92977608


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