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Johan Angergard should be a major player in the Swedish pop game. He runs the respected indie label Labrador and is a member of three working bands, two of which he leads. Still, he doesn’t claim to be much of a scenester.

“I’m not good at following trends,” he says from his home in Stockholm. “I just concern myself with what’s happening on Labrador Records and the bands I already like. I don’t think there’s a big trend at the moment. If there is, it’s probably to sing in Swedish.”

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