Labrador Records

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Labrador Records is a Sweden-based record label, specializing in indie pop and the twee subgenre.

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Labrador was founded by Bengt Rahm in 1997 in Malmö, modeled on niche British record companies and Swedish fanzines like A Zero One and Benno. One of the first bands to be signed was the Swedish Club 8. Club-8 member Johan Angergård had previously run theSummersound Recordings record company together with members of the band Acid House Kings. Eventually, Summersound and Labrador joined under the moniker Labrador Records and the new company's headquarters were transferred to Stockholm. Johan Angergård was responsible for "everything that had to do with the music" while the graphic designer Mattias Berglund handled covers, websites and posters. Bengt Rahm remained as a partner.[1]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Arvidsson, Henrik (11 februari 2007). ”Pophund med hög svansföring”. Dagens Nyheter. Accessed July 18, 2017.

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