Check out this great Razika review in
The New York Times
The members of Razika, a Norwegian all-female quartet, were born in 1991, but their attitudes sound born yesterday. Razika plays naively sweet and imperfectly rhythmic ska-pop. “Program 91,” the band’s first album on Smalltown Supersound, is light as air, with lyrics about young love and frustration, and guitar tones so transparent they sound almost African. Enjoy it while you can; one gets the sense that some aspect of this group’s mood or musical ability will fall and harden, like a soufflé, and never be the same again.