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Updated: 2017-10-09T15:10:23.722+02:00


Slim Whitman "Rose Marie"


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Karen Elson - "The Ghost Who Walks" (Live Acoustic)


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Beautiful Girl - Beautiful Song

My Pocket Guide Roskilde


Step 1: Enter a few bands you like
Step 2: Press button
Step 3: Enjoy little handy pdf pocket guide for Roskilde 09...

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Roskilde '09 - 3 days to go


Frightened Rabbit (SCO)Friday 03.07.09 - 19:00 - PavilionFrightened Rabbit is not easy to put in a box. Their latest album span from interpretations of bluegrass, over alt. folk to uptempo pop songs. A pretty weird mix, but somehow Frightened Rabbit pulled it off, and Midnight Organ Fight became one of the absolute best albums last year.Now we get the chance to see Frightened Rabbit live in Denmark. Last time they should have played here (at Loppen in october) the concert was cancelled.It's really frustrating to sit here and watch the entrance arm band on my left arm, knowing that I have work my ass off for 3 more days before I can use it. The next couple of days I will run through the bands that I'm going to witness on Roskilde '09. And since I'm making a mixtape for the camp, I guess I can just as well share it with you guys. Enjoy.Roskilde '09 mp3 mixtape - part 01Mikael Simpson – Slaar SkaarMikael Simpson – MedicinMikael Simpson – Koldt (Lulu Rouge Remix)M. Ward - Magic TrickM. Ward - Never had nobody like youFleet Foxes - Blue spotted tail (Live)Lucinda Williams - JoyYeah Yeah Yeahs - Art StarYeah Yeah Yeahs - Y ControlYeah Yeah Yeahs - Maps (Acoustic version)Cut Off Your Hands - Nostalgia (Live On Off Your Hands - Let’s Get Out Of Here (Live On Off Your Hands - It Doesn’t Matter (Live On Off Your Hands - You & I (Live On - Offend MaggieDeerhoof - Kidz are so smallThe Dodos - FoolsDungen - FestivalElbow - Ground for divorceElbow- The Bones of YouElbow- On a Day Like ThisFrightened Rabbit - The Modern LeperThe above listed MP3 files are not hosted by DoCopenhagen.-----------Thanks for the links friends:http://woxy.comhttp://ninebullets.nethttp://www.soundonthesound.comhttp://citizendick.org[...]

Roskilde '09 countdown - 6 days to go


It's never too late for a Roskilde Countdown.

Saturday 04.07.09 - 17:00 - Pavilion

This year I'm particularly looking forward to witness Marnie Stern. If Karin Dreijer was into rock n' roll, this is what i would sound like.

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More here: Stern/

Pink Mountaintops


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The second album from Canada's "Pink Mountain Tops" is absolutely amazing...


Dinosaur Jr.: Over It


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The Airborne Toxic Event


Sometime Around Midnight - The Airborne Toxic Event
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I strongly encourage you to take a listen to the new self titled album from The Airborne Toxic Event.

After Pitchfork gave the album the historically low score 1.6 out of 10, calling it a complete ripoff of Arcade Fire, Bright Eyes, Interpol and the Strokes, I must admit that I completely wrote this album off. But through the last couple of weeks I've really come to like it anyway. It's not like TATE have reinvented the wheel or anything, but they've got some really nice dark and catchy tunes. And hey, the above mentioned bands aren't the worst sources of inspiration are they? And I really feel that's all it is, a source of inspiration and not a rip-off.

Furthermore they are not a bad live act at all. I took some pictures at the concert in Lille Vega a couple of weeks ago:

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Make the Girl Dance


Make the Girl Dance is said to be the nex Justice. I don't know about that, but I really like this single "Baby, baby, baby".

Bonnie Prince Billy


I feel like it's time to make a little Bonnie Prince Billy update. That guy is just releasing records at rocket speed isn't he? I haven't had the chance to listen to his new critically acclaimed album "Beware", but judged from the first single "I Am Goodbye" it's really promissing. As on his last album "Lie down in the light" the album is a bit more uptempo and light than the old albums "I see a darkness" etc.

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Bonnie Prince Billy's duet with Indie folk singer Scout Niblett, is one of the greatiest songs so far this year. Just amazing!

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Jens Lekman vs. The Sweptaways


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I love the new video from Jens Lekman & The Sweptaways

There's no news on if this collaboration is a one time thing or what, I guess we just have to wait and see.

Arcade Fire - Miroir Noir



Do your self a favour and download the 70 min. Arcade Fire Documentary "Miroir Noir". It's directed by the magnificent Vincent Morisset who also gave us the Interactive music video for "Neon Bible". You can download a High def version for only 13.99,- and the low res version for as little as 9,99,- A DVD is also available.

New album from M. Ward



I've really looked forward to the new M. Ward album. Now I've spent the last 3 weeks listening to it and I'm not disappointed. M. Ward continues to write really convincing dusty folk / blues. "Never had nobody" is one of my favorite tracks on the new album "Hold Time".

M. Ward - Never had nobody like you
M. Ward - Lullaby Exile

Thanks to & for the audio links.

Bonus info on M. Ward:
He says that "Amazing Grace" is probably his favorite song. His favorite piece of musical equipment is the TASCAM 4-Track Recorder, which he uses to start every song he writes.


The Avett Brothers


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I have no idea why I've never heard about the Avett Brothers. But better late than never I guess. The Avett Brothers are from North Carolina and the band consists of the two brothers Seth & Scott Avett. Their newest album is called "The Second Gleam" and it's their 11th (!)


From The Basement



One of my absolute favorite websites / TV shows for last couple of months is without a doubt "From the basement"
. The latest band to visit Nigel Godrich's basement is the fantastic White Denim.

Nigel Godrich on the show: "My own personal goal is that in the future some of these performances might be seen as the truest representation of the state of their artists work, captured in a way that lets their talents speak without the interference of presenters, logos or audiences."

Greenscreen is the new black


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Naive New Beaters - LIVE GOOD // by MEGAFORCE from leo le bug

Langhorne Slim in concert



I had the plessure to see an intimate instore live performance by Langhorn Slim in the Grimey's record shop in Nashville a couple of weeks ago, and it blew me away. First of all, Grimey's must be the coolest record store I've ever seen because of the spectacular inexpensive LP section and the fabulous continuous live sessions. To top that off they served free pizza's and drinks during the Langhorne session. What a great afternoon.

You can see Langhorn live in concert at Rust in Copenhagen November 9th.

BTW, New video here:

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The Ramones on The Simpsons


Tomorrow is my moms 60 years birthday. Happy birthday from DoCopenhagen:

Sugne Wagner in Danish



The word on the street is that Sune from the Raveonettes is going to release a solo album in Danish. I am not sure if this is ever going to happen but if you are curious about what an album like that would sound like, check out his myspace page. Here you can check out two brand new songs in Danish.

Sean Hayes - No No Guantanamo



We don't usuallt run political issues on this Blog. But then again - we don't usually follow the rules either!
So here is a pass on song from San Fransisco based songwriter Sean Hayes (not the "just Jack" from Will and Grace)

The Song is No No Guantanamo, and It's great

New album from Conor Oberst



Listen to the full new Conor Oberst (Bright Eyes) solo album right here:

New KOL album on it's way


... And judged from the first single, I'm really looking forward to it:

Kings of Leon - Crawl


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M83 at Morning Becomes Eclectic. Click here to watch! Can't wait for the show at Loppen the 8th of Oct.

New stuff from Pelle



Pelle Carlberg's last album "In a nutshell" was one of my favorite pop albums of 2006. A new PC album will hit the streets August 27th - I can't wait for a batch of new melancholic everyday stories from the swedish suburbs.

Here's the first single:

Pelle Carlberg - 1983 (Pelle & Sebastian)


Roskilde '08 in short


src="" align="middle" frameborder="0" height="400" scrolling="no" width="400"> Back home again from the absolutely amazing Roskilde '08.I've heard a lot of complaints about the programme this year because of the lack of super bands like Metallica, Tool and Iron Maiden. I think it's the last time we've seen a Roskilde Festival beeing built up around these super bands. Gigantic, expensive and most of the times horrible concerts in places like Horsens have pushed the band prices up. Roskilde Festival simply can't compete with these big events. Like I see it Roskilde is in a tight spot, they didn't even sell all the tickets. 8000 was left!Desperate times call for desperate measures. Roskilde Festival took the chance and placed performers like Tina Dickow, L.O.C and Teitur on the Orange main stage. Not a good idea to say at least. None of the above mentioned artists delivered anything more than expected. The sunday programme speaked for it self really: Tina Dickow, Slayer, Bob Hund, Jay-Z. Only Slayer is really an orange stage band, and even though that Jay-Z surprisingly actually pulled the difficult closing act off, in the end this must be the weakest sunday line ups we've ever seen.Because of the rather thin Orange stage programme, the tent stages were packed all the time. Especially the Odeon stage was way too busy.Never the less Roskilde '08 was the best Roskilde experience I've had since my festival debut in '97. And why is that? Well, For me personally, the programme was perfect. Garnished with absolutely astonishing weather and the company of really nice people, this festival was destined to succeed for me. I don't think there's anywhere in the world where you can succesfully blend 100.000 people such a small area, and still don't have any trouble with violence. People take care of each other - and that's really what the festival is all about.The "Less trash - more music" campaign was also a success. People actuallly used the containers this year leaving a much cleaner venue behind.The best musical experiences for me this year was:Neil YoungKings of LeonRadioheadGrindermanBand of HorsesAnd yes I know - Not too many of the small concerts mentioned. But like I mentioned earlier on, there was just too packed in the small tents. Instead I used my spare time to get up front on the Orange stage. Memorable pocket cam moments from the festival: Radiohead Kings of leon Neil Young My Bloody Valentine Band of horses MGMT Bonnie "Prince" Billy CocoRosie [...]