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Single Serving: Halasan Bazar – Space Junk

By pretty much all accounts, there is a lot of great stuff going on in the Copenhagen music scene these days. While a certain Danish electro-pop chanteuse has been getting a lot of attention, there are many equally awesome sonic experimentations being conducted on other ends of the indie music spectrum. Take, for example, the lo-fi psychedelic rock of Halasan Bazar. The gauzy debut single “Sometimes Happy Sometimes Sad” from their forthcoming Space Junk LP is oozing sunshine and retro vibes. Once the days start getting warmer, these are the type of jams you’ll want blasting from your stereo.

Halasan Bazar – Sometimes Happy Sometimes Sad

The LP will be released on April 2nd from the always excellent Crash Symbols. Their releases always sell out pretty fast so don’t wait once they’re available.

Posted by Matthew Hickey

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Matthew is the music editor and co-founder of Turntable Kitchen. He’s addicted to vinyl records, pour over coffee, craft beer, small batch bourbon, and pan roasting pork chops.

  • ellcoolj

    Once again you torture me by giving me a taste of something amazing and then making me wait for the full album! Just like with Foxygen I am setting an alarm on my phone to go off when the whole album drops. Thanks, as always, for the great scoops you find. You have a great ear. I’ve really been diggin’ the back to the 60′s sound that some modern acts are pumping out.

  • http://www.turntablekitchen.com Matthew

    Hey Jeremy,

    Always happy to provide a little bit of that brand of torture! I’m also definitely into modern acts borrowing from the music of the late 60′s early 70′s. Especially when they find interesting ways to use the inspiration they find.

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