Monthly Archives: May 2011

About Today.

Some things end in the weirdest way, with no warning signs and nothing that really falls apart; like slipping out of your own skin, looking at someone’s back fading into the distance, and somehow knowing it’s over. And once the years pass and accidentally you see that person again, you realise it couldn’t really have […]

Don’t you cherish me to sleep

Where he succeeded once in impressing swarms of cynics and romantics alike, Justin Vernon succeeds again with Bon Iver‘s self-titled sophomore album, fundamentally different from the first in orchestration and concept, though retaining a similar mood.  For Emma, Forever Ago was created in a specific location and under circumstances which – thankfully for Mr. Vernon […]

Video of the Week #56

It’s that time of the week again! And after a wild and sleepy weekend involving a spontaneous roadtrip to the middle of nowhere to see some bands, I’m looking forward to (hopefully) seeing Boy Omega live once again tonight. Apart from the fact that he has a lovely voice, he also makes my heart very […]

A Mysterious Live Power.

You might have heard the news that I did a tiny bit of band-merch-designing in the last couple of weeks (if you haven’t you were probably hiding under a rock or in a cabin deep in the woods in Michigan with Justin Vernon); said band, namely Ezra Furman & the Harpoons, I’d already had the […]