onsdag den 29. december 2010


Fab musical with Cher and Christina Aguilera. So much glitter and awesome costumes and music. It did have a lot of cheasy romatic scenes though.

- Juhan

onsdag den 22. december 2010

Greatest pop songs p.1

I rarely like contemporary pop music, since I usually find it hatefull. In my opinion the set-up of current popular mainstream music is hostile, sexist and just really vile. Artists such as Lady Gaga, Miley Cyrus, Christina Aguilera etc. etc. have nothing constructive to say, their lyrics are about how special and fabulous they are, and the way the music is expressed, through videos, is just utterly self-centered, body-conscious and idealist. With that said, from time to time, mainstream culture produces a gorgeously written and brilliantly composed pop song that makes you feel happy and fluffy inside, which in my opinion, is what pop-music is all about. I will do a few posts presenting what I think are fantastic examples of great contemporary pop music - and by contemporary I mean pop from about 2005 up until now.
The first song is Sugababes "How I feel about you now", a song with a lovely and catchy sound and a positive message! This is one of my all time favorite pop songs, and I dare say that I very very raerely put a more current pop song on that list. enjoy.


tirsdag den 21. december 2010

Dating in the dark

Dating in the dark - brilliant! Very entertaning and silly tv-program. The two most important ingredients of this program:
1. dark rooms
2. superficial people
Concept: People dating in dark rooms and touching each others faces, playing games in the dark, talking, kissing and having great connection. And then when they finally get to see each other they're not interested any longer because the person didn't look the way they'd imagined.

- Juhan

torsdag den 16. december 2010

Never forget!

So, If you've read some of our previous posts you might have noticed that we really love Take That. And in less than 7 months we are going to a concert with this splendid boyband. It's going to be so awesome!


mandag den 13. december 2010

Song of the day

Apocalyptica "Enter Sandman"


My flatmate is currently writing a big assignment for school, and she has chosen a topic very similar to the one I wrote. It is about the Great Depression and in that context she is reading one of my favorite books; "The Grapes of Wrath" by Mr. John Steinbeck. Now I do not read a lot of 'real' books because I am a slacker, but this is an amazing novel and I would recommend everyone with an interest in the 30's, the Depression, Social Realism or socialist struggle and anti-capitalism to read it.
- Andrae

søndag den 12. december 2010

Guitar Heroes

I recently started playing the guitar again, an instrument I haven't played properly for years. I'm completely hooked and I've spent several hours playing these last few days. Above are some pictures of my ultimate guitar heroes; KD Tunstall, Graham Coxon, Russell Senior(Pulp).
So far I've mastered "Augustine" by Patrick Wolf, "I'm a man you dont meet every day" by the Pogues, "Tror du det er let" by Ibens and several Graham Coxon songs.
I'd love to be able to do KT Tunstall's "Black Horse and a Cherry Tree" (the one from men in trees (Who-hooo)) and I'd love to be able to do a Cm chord, but my fingers are not being very cooporative.
- Andrae

lørdag den 11. december 2010


I love the 90's! The music, the clothes, the hair, the TV-shows and so on. Yesterday, I went to a 90's party at my school. It was pretty awesome. There were denim shorts, beautiful hairstyles, short t-shirts and colourfull leggings all over. The DJ's were kind of disappointing - only 50% 90's music and the rest was new, silly music like Lady Gaga, Nik and Jay and such. I'd have liked some more boy/girl band music.


torsdag den 2. december 2010

Today's song

These days I listen to mainly pop music since my new flatmate is very much into mainstream pop culture - I was preparing to make a couple of christmas decorations and listened to soundtrack to "Bridget Jones's Diary" and suddenly this song came and I remembered how good it really is and how lovely she is (her voice is gorgeous!). Rosey - "Love", Enjoy!
- Andrae

onsdag den 1. december 2010

Ah yes!

Hello and welcome to Christmas! It's just lovely. Here in Copenhagen there is snow - last week it was very beautiful, but this week most of it is yellow og brown. I've listened to a lot of splendid christmas songs today. Have a nice day!

onsdag den 24. november 2010

War is terror

Hello mates, remember to support peace organisations! Come pay a visit in front of Christiansborg if you come to Copenhagen. They have been there for 3324 days - splendid!

tirsdag den 23. november 2010


Ermias Tuka and Addis Black Widow! "guurl look at you - so beautiful!" I love Cream she's so cool! Swedish pop music for the fucking win!
- Andrae

lørdag den 20. november 2010


Pornotopia at Nørrebro Teater. Fucking awesome play! It was really very good! It's about two porn stars making their own porn film called Pornotopia and a journalist making a documentary about them. I liked the breaks, where they stepped out of character and talked with each other and the audience about seeing porn. One thing I thought was a bit disappointing was that they talked about women as though there are only to kinds; 1) the woman that watches porn 2) the woman that doesn't watch porn because she is suppressing her sexual needs. I would have liked it better if they had painted a more nuanced picture of women on the subject of porn.
But the rest was really fun and interessting and not as provocative as I'd expected!

Less than four hours to Hp7!!!!!!



Last week I was in Flensburg in Germany. I liked the city very much even though it was very cold. There are many beautiful houses and parks, and it's very old.
I also liked their local beer - Flensbuger. I didn't get a very good impression of the night life, but the one night I was at some weird bar, the school had booked. The weirdest thing was that they played danish pop music. I watched Anastacia, Casper the friendly ghost meets Wendy (played by Hillary Duff) and Momento.


torsdag den 18. november 2010

Oh what a shame

something very tragic happened 10 minutes ago. what is depicted on the pictures above is the accident that changed our moods from hungry to sad; My flatmate Annalil and I were just about to enjoy a nice dish of tuna-salad when suddenly Annalil dropped her slice of heaven! it landed in a perfect blob on the floor....

- Andrae

mandag den 15. november 2010

More Music, lads and lassses

Okay, here it is. Swedish band called Whale. Known for; Warming up for blur and their "hit-single" Hobo Humpin' Slobo Babe. Cia Berg is the singer and I accidentally found this song a couple of years ago when I was being geeky about swedish pop-music on youtube.
Anyway, this song is very tacky (notice the french-spoken intro, the variety of words ending with -ical etc.) and I love the chorus - who wouldn't want to be considered "Kickin'" by that gorgeous woman?
Enjoy this people, it is a real gem!
- Andrae

Do you have the time to listen to me whine?

I LOVE Green Day, only the earlier stuff though, the rest is pure shite. BUT the early stuff (obviously Basket Case, Minority, When I come around and such) has the most amazing american teen punk-sound, very... teen-comedy-flick-starring-Jason-Biggs-ish (Loser!).
Later I'll post something that, for me, has the same feel to it, kinda... 90's and slightly tacky but catchy.

- Andrae

mandag den 8. november 2010

Sunday films

Yesterday I spontaneosly turned my day into a filmfest, which was rather nice. I started my day by watching some gore-horror or whatever you call it:

"Hostel", director: Eli Roth ("Deathproof", "Inglorious Basterds" etc.). This film has been psycho-hyped and in my opinion beyond its potential, I do not dislike the film at all, in fact I think it is definitely a film that I'll return to several times. However everyone I've spoken to that has seen it has told me to "steer clear of this twisted Gorno flick" and "Oh my GAWD do not watch it, it is the most disgusting thing!" etc. etc. And, I'm not playing cool or anything, but it really wasn't that bad/ that Gory, I had actually hoped that there'd be more grime, pus, blood, vomit and violence...
With that said, this film has an amazing "American Pie"/"Eurotrip"-feel to it whilst preserving a really nasty undertone, and incidentally establishing that Europeans are often psychos who like to pay shitloads of money to slaughter Americans. The setting is positively fantastic, it takes place in Slovakia and the naked terrain and the ex-Soviet buildings create a perfect atmosphere. Definitely a must-see for the gore-people!

"Saw 3d", director: Kevin Greutert ("The strangers", a lot of other "Saw" films). Well, hmm, yeah... Saw I was pretty good, Saw II was alright, I haven't seen the rest, but decided to check out the 3D screens of CPH... And I thought it was a good film. Jigsaw's traps are always very fascinating and gross, and they are obviously the reason for peoples fondness of the Saw movies...concerning the 3D-effects, there weren't a lot of them, but it was cool to get entrails and chunks of wood thrown in your face, I'd wish that they had used it more!
The guy playing the new villain, by the name of Hoffman, is Mr. Costas Mandylor, whom I am unfortunately unable to take seriously because of his role as the Hot Monk aka Friar Fuck in Sex and the City (haha, what a shame indeed), but he is good - not as good as Jigsaw (Tobin Bell) obviously.
I can't really judge this film properly because I had to pee so bad throughout most of the film and was unable to leave the cinema, but it's quite good, I mean it's alright, but it's not necessary to watch...

"Buried", director: Rodrigo Cortés. This film is good, it's very tragic and sad. It's plot is kind of lame and at times very...stereo-american but it's execution is fabulous. It takes place in a coffin in which Ryan Reynolds (Berg!) is buried, he has a cellphone and a few other things at his service, and from thereon begins an amazingly heartbreaking story of a mans desperate struggle to survive.
If you're claustrophobic do not watch this film, the camera never leaves the coffin. I liked it, and it made me feel very sad.

- Andrae

lørdag den 6. november 2010


I've been watching a whole lot of Beverly Hills 90210 lately. I am almost done with the fifth season. God that is good Tv! I love their looks especially Donnas (though, not always). It's weird that Kelly and Brandon are dating - they're a quite dull couple. Dylan's hot as always, and Steve's you know Steve. I hate that Donna's dating Ray - asshole - she should be dating David! Valerie's pretty annoying, but she sure does make the show interesting. I don't know how I feel about Jesse yet, but Andrea's looking a bit old and tired. I'll stop my Beverlybabbling now...


tirsdag den 2. november 2010

Marxism 2010

This weekend Marxism 2010 hits Copenhagen. Me and my flatmate just recieved the edited version of the programme and I am happy to inform you (Juhan, Tabita and others who might be interested) that the whole thing will start with a reading called "Womens Lib. and Queer" - very exciting, I cannot wait to get challenged academically this weekend! Let's all meet there, it'll be great!

- Andrae

mandag den 1. november 2010


Really really scoopy and crazy and gross, but also kind of good, I guess...