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It's finally come to this: The first straight-to-Spotify Stereogum Monthly Mix. It's the end of an era, and I'm a little sad about it! But it's a necessity in 2013, and one that will serve this…   Read Story »
Norway's Young Dreams are set to release their debut full-length Between Places on Modular early next month. This is the third video from that platter, and the third directed by Kristoffer Borgli.…   Read Story »
After three years of experiencing non-Nordic winters, Stereogum made a triumphant return to the land of Olso cold and classic, icy, YouTube-able slip-and-falls last week as I made the transatlantic…   Read Story »
Like many of us, the Norwegian indie collective Young Dreams is yearning for summer. The group's energized, orchestral single "First Days Of Something" follows their mellower "Fog Of War," released…   Read Story »
It's the last Monthly Mix of 2012, sweet people. We did it! It hasn't been an easy run over in this corner of the blog, to be honest. This year saw an ever-diminishing store of free MP3 downloads, as…   Read Story »
You know that a label believes it has a good thing on its hands when a remix EP is commissioned, featuring three redux champs, for a band's debut single. In the case of Modular and Norwegian young…   Read Story »
Guys, it's Friday, and there are used plates with smeared cake-frosting laying around, with empty booze bottles accumulating on our desks and a general pall of whiskey fumes hanging over the office.…   Read Story »
Young Dreams are a sprawling Norwegian indie-pop collective with a gift for high drama; we've already posted their "Young Dreams" and "Fog Of War" videos. And now they've recorded a cover of "Feels…   Read Story »
Considering that New York City -- the place where most of the indie label/publicist/writer infrastructure calls home -- spent the entire week in a state of Deep Impact disaster, it's remarkable how…   Read Story »
Young Dreams are a Norwegian orchestral pop collective, and their new single "Fog Of War" takes the sonic hallmarks of chillwave (faraway synths, pubescent sad-kid yelps) and turns them grand and…   Read Story »