Sunday, September 28, 2008


That was fun. Marcus was the sweetest of Swedes and we spent most the time trying to speak bad Swedish while he spoke bad Danish. And then we recorded! What I can guarantee is that it's gonna be the weirdest ONBC EP to date. 4 songs almost done, 2 sounding like a strange version of Eric's Trip, 1 like Chromatics and 1 almost like Keane (and I ain't kidding here). The latter also includes the closest I'll ever get to playing a guitar solo :-). And we managed to:
Eat at "Stans bästa brunch" / Find a place called "Korvhuset" with 101 varieties of sausage / Drink a million beers / Watch Holmes at Vinylbaren (and that was so cosy and just what we needed after a day in the studio) / Watch Die! Die! Die! (which apart from 35 Joy Divisionish seconds was so crap that I won't bother linking) / Even dance a bit / Get a girl in Netto to blush just by being stupidly Danish :-) / Oh, and eat "Farmerbiff" (which you, and you can trust me on that one, really don't wanna try).

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Badminton, Malmø and Eardrums...

Yup, we'll be DJ'ing at Badmintonklubben tomorrow. And Friday we'll be going to Malmø to record the next single with Bakers At Dawn, yay!!!! And 2 albums for free download via Eardrums (and I haven't heard it all yet, but loads of cool songs already). And I'll defo play this tomorrow, just for fun's sake:

Saturday, September 20, 2008

Trains Across the Sea

Lazy as shite. I've been watching the MGP (hehehe, "Kast ikke med sten, når du selv bor i glashus", crazy reggae people), and listening to some rather more "serious" music. This one, for example:

And that's one cool unofficial video!

Sunday, September 14, 2008

6 on a Sunday (two)

Aber doch. Spent the evening drinking beer and watching "Ein Colt für alle Fälle" at Jpg-Manja's birthday party. And after that we went to Nadsat for a treat of Manchester. Not particularly cool music, though, and the place was kinda odd, but it was fun, nevertheless. And a mixtape for sentimental, lovey-dovey and left-wing Sundays ;-):

Fleet Foxes: White Winter Hymnal (Black Dominoes remix)
Of Montreal: Bunny Ain't No Kind Of Rider
Malcolm Middleton: Fuck It, I Love You
Neil Young: Revolution Blues
Townes Van Zandt: I'll Be Here In The Morning
Yo La Tengo: I Feel Like Going Home

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And now, Russian! And coffee!

Saturday, September 13, 2008

It's a Fuck You Saturday too...


This is hilarious. "May Lucifer brand your foreheads with an apostrophe in Hades", hahahahah (and I so agree!).

Friday, September 12, 2008

The erratic behaviour of a drunken man (part one)...

Thought about it for a while. You know, truth is to be heard from children and drunk people. So why not, once and again, write a small novel while being ever so slightly drunk? Or not exactly a novel, but just what you think when returning from dancing, laughter and things like that. Well, anyway, I'm gonna turn it into a habit (the spelling might be awful, but what the hey). And here's what I think at the mo:
I like Notwist ("Gloomy Planets" makes me wanna cry). Loads of songs do that to me. "Season of the Shark" is one. Mostly because of sentimental issues:

Or just because it's so beautiful. I don't know. I so love the vocals and everything about it. And loving is hard. I basically don't know what to do. But I remember this one:

And I'm done trying. And I'm done being done.

Thursday, September 11, 2008

"Well, I do, but I don't want to tell you right now, because I've had so little time thinking it over".

Well, that's just brilliant new Danish Minister of Cultural Affairs, Carina Christensen. Absolutely perfect answer to "do you have a favourite band". I mean how hard can it be? And do you really need a spin doctor telling you what the right answer is? Sweet Jesus, Danish politics, my hiney. Oh, and I have loads of favourite bands, here's an appropriate song from one of them:

Friday, September 5, 2008


Goddamn, that very secret cover we're doing is hot shit! Took ages yesterday, as we decided to record a bass, which then sounded crappier than crap when put together with the rest, so we had to rethink the whole thing, until it finally made sense (and now it's cool, and we only need a melody or two before being finished, yay!). And it's CJ's birthday:

He'll find this amusing too:

Being Tom Cruise: How Scientology is in No Way Mental (1/3).

Monday, September 1, 2008

Fancy this...

Well, what do you know, ONBC's number one on "Det Elektriske Barometer"! As it's the programme, I've been listening to, since I was 12 or something (where it saved me from boring Sunday evenings in the South of Jutland with absolutely nothing to do) it's actually a kinda huge thing. So happy-go-lucky today. And tired! And sentimental, so I've made another mixtape:


LCD Soundsystem: New York I Love You
Bakers At Dawn: Crash and crater
Smog: The Hard Road (with the "in a cyclone of stones"-lyrics :-)).
Magnetic Fields: I Don't Want To Get Over You

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Oh, and Russian was fun, btw. Weird language, o's turn into a's sometimes and just saying "hello" is rather complicated. But fun, nevertheless, already looking forward to next week in a geeky kind of way :-).