Studio room, a Swedish duo made up of Dan Lissvik and Rasmus Hägg, created an underground mix making use of their debut full-length, Yearbook 1 (2007). Released regionally in Scandinavia for the 3rd party label Details, Yearbook 1 became an online sensation, circulating broadly on file-sharing systems and getting advantageous blog page write-ups. Bearing affects of electronica, experimental rock and roll, Afro-pop, and Krautrock, the duo’s music can be partly similar to early-’80s Get rid of and New Purchase, particularly with regards to rhythm; nevertheless, with songs such as for example “ON THE MARKET,” which clocks in at 16 mins, with few vocals, aside from traditional song preparations, comparisons to modern indie dance-rock works such as for example Fujiya & Miyagi and LCD Soundsystem tend to be more installing. A condensed six-track edition of Yearbook 1, entitled West Coastline (2007) and provided new artwork, premiered internationally because the original went of print. Furthermore, Studio released some vinyl fabric singles (on both 12″ and 7″) on Details and involved in remix work with others.