Sweden is known to be the breeding ground of an eclectic range of artists ranging from Swedish House Mafia, The Sounds, and Robyn and it’s not hard to see why: It has an exceptional music scene that houses the sounds of pulsating euphoric house, indie girl dream pop, and obscure, dark electropop.
It was only a matter of time until this musical mogul began to reap strange musical collaborations and soon enough Swedish label, Ingrid was formed. Launched by an array of already notable artists from Miike Snow, Lykke Li, and Peter Bjorn and John, Ingrid is now set to release their first full length album, Ingrid Volume 1, on April 21. The album will be a compilation of different tracks all from the label’s collective artists including Electrocute, Starlight Serenaders, and Hortlax Cobra.
If interested in listening to some of the tracks to be featured on the album, Ingrid’s soundcloud, http://soundcloud.com/ingrd, has three tracks available for early preview. The three tracks include a minimix of Ingrid Volume 1, Hortlax Cobra’s “Berlin,” and Andrew Wyatt’s “It Won’t Let You Go.”