Norwegian electronic music producer Lindstrøm is set to release his second album of 2012, and you can listen to the whole thing a week before it’s out. The album titled “Smalhans” is available November 6th, but you can stream it in its entirety over at SPIN.com. The record which has track titles named after Norwegian food dishes, was written and recorded in about a month. It’s a return to the producers more classic disco oriented sound, with a bit of vintage synth work by friend Todd Terje.
Check out a sample song below. This track is called “Rá-ákõ-st” which means “raw vegetables” in Lindstrøm’s native tongue. Be sure to listen to the full album stream if you dig the single.