Friday, March 27, 2009

In The Valley

You can currently download a bunch of Tobias Winberg/Death Valley Sleepers' music over here, at Hits In The Car. It's really quite good. I'm sort of annoyed with myself as I've had the opportunity to see it live several times - and for free - but I've been putting it off. No more. Next time, I'll be there.

Death Valley Sleepers - Seaside mp3
(left click)

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

In Print.

See, that's my name. In a magazine. Like, a real magazine, and not just like that German internet magazine that I had no idea what said.

I think it's all sorts of awesome and am quite childishly proud of myself. Like, "Look, Mom! Look what I did!". Though I just called my brother. But still. I called someone.

Monday, March 23, 2009

Don't Fall Backwards.

I must admit that I never understood the entire Pete Doherty obsession. I mean, sure, The Libertines were alright. Never cared much for Babyshambles. And I've never really paid attention to his solo work, simply because I thought he was way too messed up to do anything decent. I was always fascinated by him, though. Or, at least of the phenomena that is Pete Doherty. His scrambling YouTube videos, sometimes partnered with Amy Winehouse (very entertaining indeed). The mess that always seemed to follow him, wherever he went.

Back to the point. I really like his new album, Grace/Wastelands. As in, reallyreally like. His songwriting is back to par - the lyrics are amazing. And the music is just... It's simple, but it fits the songwriting.

Definitely looking forwards to seeing him at the Søren Solkær Starbird exhibition, Closer (which, btw, is something I'm really looking forwards to seeing in general - his work is amazing!). I'm also sort of excited to photograph him. Doherty, that is. Should be fun.

Peter Doherty - Lady Don't Fall Backwards mp3
(left click)

Friday, March 20, 2009

girls night out

From last Friday. Drone(/Apparatet), Pilegaarden, Wall Street. And drinkssss.

here we go.

Factory45 - Beach Resort (iTunes link)

Debut album out the 4th of May. (haha 4/5!) Titled: "Would You Take The Things Off That You Like The Best?"

I mean... Just look at the cover of the single. Obviously a sign of great things to come (uhh).

Release party at Råhuset, CPH, May 2nd. Be there, or be square.


(update with actual picture)
(sorry, but no mp3, simply because YOU NEED TO BUY THIS. please?)

Monday, March 16, 2009

Love Is All

Fuck yes!

I love this one as well. So catchy. Definitely seeing them at Rust on April 30th!

Wednesday, March 4, 2009


I find it a little strange that the day I really discover Angus & Julia Stone is almost exactly a year after the release date of their album, "A Book Like This". It's like, I've heard it before, listened to some of their songs, but I never actually noticed them before. Now I did. And now I'm in love.

It's so beautiful. Especially the tracks "Wasted" and "Just A Boy". Especially "Wasted". Seriously, I'm almost embarrassed by the number of times I've had it on repeat for more than an hour. But it's sooo good. Sooooooooo good. K? (I've got a feeling I'm going to love almost all the songs on this album at different times. I already think I know which one's next.)

Angus & Julia Stone - Wasted MP3
Angus & Julia Stone - Just A Boy MP3
(left click)

But the entire album is amazing, so just get that.

Sunday, March 1, 2009

How can you not fall completely in love with this?? :

I miss their concert. It's totally on my top 3 list of concerts in 2008. So amazing. And I got my first (kinda) published photo out of it. (Not the above, unfortunately. That's all the brilliant Guy Eppel's doing) And of course this fucking fabulous Leonard Cohen cover:

The Last Shadow Puppets - Memories (Live Leonard Cohen Cover) MP3 (left-click)