John Eriksson expands his horizons in the hooky indie pop of Peter Bjorn and John to explore electronic noises as Hortlax Cobra. Called in mention of the tiny Swedish city where he was raised, the drummer and composer reconciles affects from disco and synth pop to audio collage and ’80s actions film ratings in the task, placing his gentle vocals among levels of synth and elaborate percussion. From 2010 to early 2012, Eriksson journeyed between Stockholm and Milan to record his full-length debut, Evening Change. The record found its way to June 2012 on Ingrid, the imprint operate by Peter Bjorn and John, Lykke Li, and associates of Miike Snow. Before Eriksson started working on Evening Shift, he previously nearly finished an record that paid tribute towards the initial record he bought as a youngster, Truck Halen’s 1984. Made out of synths and drum devices, the record copied the original’s melody titles and measures, aswell as tempos and tips. Also entitled 1984, the record premiered in past due 2012 by Ingrid.