It happened on their first Turbo EP in 2004, with the monstrous ‘Forsberg Loves The Acid’ becoming one of the tracks of the year, and it’s happened again with their second. 'Sweden 10 – Norway 0’ is a huge acidic adventure. ‘Bempa’, with its techno kicks and massive tweeked build-up and unleash, is a true club stormer. ‘Rolle Niva’ is an irresistible rolling thing that evolves into a grumpy distortion piece. And ‘Tumba’ is a headtrip. It gets a bit glitchy but is saved by that rolling techno kick that these Dahlbacks seemed to have perfected.
This EP outshines their first effort on Turbo and also all of their Hugg & Pepp stuff. All three of these tracks are genuine party-starters. This should be a solid seller for Tiga, and a great sophomore effort on Turbo for those Dahlback lads.