The old Swedish label Eternity Records is sort of in the spotlight again. First by the news that the synthpop band Saft (their debut album, “Paranoia Erotica” got a 10/10 review by Release back in 1998) will play live again in May, first time in ten years. Then the news that Electronic Summer will honor the “Circuit One” collection, being 20 years old this year.
Now another Swedish label, Progress Productions, has signed a deal to distribute the Eternity Records catalog digitally. Band like Saft, Avant Garde, Float and Elephant will therefore have their material available once again.
Eternity Records started in 1995 and did their finale release in 2002.