So far, the synth-/garage punk project Iso­tope Soap a.k.a. swedisch punk vet­er­an Pe­ter Swe­den­hamar has re­leased noth­ing but top qual­i­ty stuff in the form of three EPs, all of them were reis­sued last year on a com­pi­la­tion al­bum via Emo­tion­al Re­sponse. His first long­play­er doesn't dis­s­ap­point ei­ther. On it, Swe­den­hamar con­sid­er­ably ex­pands his eclec­tic raid of ob­scure punk his­to­ry, re­sult­ing in his most var­ied and play­ful re­lease yet, in­cor­po­rat­ing among oth­er things mo­ments of trip­py space punk, pure synth pop, dreamy krautscapes. And of course al­so a lot of his more straight­for­ward sig­na­ture De­vo-meet-Aus­muteas­nts style that made up the bulk of his EPs.

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