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Gig Alert: Razika

Monday, March 12, 2012

Razika (Courtesy of the band.)

"Nytt Pa Nytt"
Playing on Monday at Glasslands Gallery
(289 Kent Ave., Williamsburg)
Get: Tickets ($10) | Directions 

Norwegian quartet Razika started honing its sunny, sweet blend of ska, pop and Norwegian rock back in 2005 when its members were just 14 years old.

The Bergen natives -- whose band moniker is a made-up codename for a cute boy — sing in English and Norwegian about love, heartbreak and other familiar teenage terrain over delightful ska pop that recalls The Specials and The Cardigans.

Razika released its first album, called Program 91, last year. Download “Nytt Pa Nytt” (“New On New”) from the debut LP above or check them out live on Monday night alongside Tanlines (DJ set), Ladylady, Balthazar and We Can’t Enjoy Ourselves at Williamsburg arts spot Glasslands Gallery.


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