Playful synth-pop with that odd Börft angle when it comes to rhythm and melody. Börft Records have been the sole proprietor of Johan Sturesson‘s own project Kord at first, but he’s switched to different labels during his years, releasing material on his own label Råsynth I Blekinge, Djuring Phonogram and just before this release, on the Malmö-based Rundgång Rekords in 2013. When he’s not busy with his own solo-project, he’s also one of the brainiacs in Frak, a rather mystic and anonymous group at first – but a national jewel for Sweden’s odd electronica-lovers. He’s also been involved in an off-shoot duo with Daniel Svraka (Adolf Filter), called Monster Apparat, with whom they released the double-single “Moster Dajm / Rymdmotstånd” on the Kernkrach sub-label Hertz-Schrittmacher back in 2009. It would seem like the ironic touch of Börft Records have been appropriated on every project that is related to it. A kind of Swedish humor, with a touch of Blekinge in it. A certain kind of humor that is very funny if you’re tired, but also if you’re working with music for most of the time. In Sweden we call it “torr humor“, which means “dry humor“, but do not let it take you astray from the wonderful music that is being produced. This is only when it comes to some of the song-titles and titles of releases by him. Rather than being an insult, it’s a good thing when they first incorporated this humor into it. In regards to the artists and groups that have had their material released on Börft. So when Kord finally is releasing something new, he’s including Annie Gyllin on vocals, making it an album that features her brass attitude amidst a carnage of weird synth-pop, electronic body mayhem and dance-music.
This release is being put out by the Enfant Terrible sub-label Gooiland Elektro which deals with everything from dark electro to experimental electronica. A four-tracked released titled “We Live In This 12¨ is being put out upon this label, the first release from Kord since a year back when older songs were released as “Midsummer Night Special“, together with a collaborative track featuring Glenn Stenbring and Rebecca Lindell, called “Boy” – which was recorded in 2005 as a school-project of his. Anyway, Repartiseraren have been in a collaborative effort together with Martijn who’s the label-boss of both Enfant Terrible and Gooiland Elektro, where I’ve had the honor to put out exclusive tracks from coming releases. This is also one of these efforts, as we give to you the track “Control” which is featured on the B-side of this release, for you to exclusively stream from Repartiseraren. As I’m re-launching my platform, this comes rather unexpected, but I welcome it and would like to thank Martijn for his continued faith in my blog-zine. Hook your stereo in, put your headphones on, lay back in your chair or what ever you find pleasurable to be resting in – and tune in for this weird mixture of the best of many worlds of electronica. Stream the track down below and pre-order the vinyl from the Enfant Terrible webshop. First edition comes in 100 copies of pink vinyl, second edition in 200 copies in black vinyl. Expected to be released at the end of April.