The Norwegian producer's new full-length shows him back in his disco shoes.
Along with his Norwegian compatriots Prins Thomas and Todd Terje, Lindstrøm is a key purveyor of cosmic disco, a sound he departed from on on his last LP, the rough-edged and somewhat experimental Six Cups of Rebel. Smalhans arrives just months after that release, and shows him getting back in his usual groove, with six extended dance floor-centric cuts. The album was mixed by Terje, who has also made extended edits of each track which will eventually be available on 12-inch. Fun fact: the album's title is Norwegian for "scarcity" or "poverty," and each track is named after a traditional Norwegian meal.
You can hear Terje's edit of the opening track from Smalhans over on the label's SoundCloud page.
Smalltown Supersound will release Smalhans on November 6th, 2012.