Tag Archives: god is an astronaut

it’s dark, it’s cold, it’s winter.

So recently a lot of things that have been recommended to me were exactly was I needed/wanted and somehow worked perfectly, either with how I was feeling or with the weather or, simply, managed to make me feel something, to make me want to listen over and over and over again. Well, there you have […]

God is an Astronaut @ B72

It was packed and after three songs being surrounded by very gigantic people (why don’t tall people stand in the back? hm?) we made our way upstairs. Right above the smoke machine, but at least we could see a little more, and hear much better. It was intense and beautiful. They didn’t speak at all, […]

latest discoveries and slight obsessions

I have just found out that Michael Azerrad – journalist who worked for Rolling Stone, Mojo and Spin, wrote the world-famous Nirvana Biography Come As You Are, and was present at By:Larm 2008 in Oslo where he gave an amazing speech about hardcore and punk music in the 80′s – is in a band! They […]

Misery loves Emilie

The good thing about going on a gig-ticket-shopping-spree when you get your paycheck (november 2008, when I bought tickets for Emiliana Torrini, God is an Astronaut, Son Ambulance, Everton, Islands and Soap&Skin) is that you end up going to shows you’d think twice about going to if you were broke and picky. That’s how I […]