Introducing Razika!




We`re excited to announce our new signing Razika from Bergen, Norway. Here is how Rough Trade in London describes them:

"Razika are four 18 year old girls from bergen who've sweetly stumbled upon a killer mix of slits-style get-up-and-go, ultra catchy pop-hook mayhem and a shamble-punk attitude which makes this, their debut 7", infinitely irresistible. they've also thrown in a dollop of 2-tone stolen from that label's best 45s but shot through with power-pop veins. it's a sound that speaks of pre-internet basement parties, raiding charity shop bins for threads to impress someone no good for you and living each day like it's the last one of summer." (Rough Trade, London)

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