This Friday the bottle gives us:
Busride, Autobahn, German gas stations and sweaty underwears!
... But it´s worth it!
Off to France! Those snail eating fuckers. Gonna steal all their POW and absorb all their sun.
Viva la France!
TableMustard (Bordssenap) – For the hardcore senap lovers.
- A mustard that tastes delicious to the last lick. Should be combined with a simple (small) sausage and a bread, however, people have long misunderstood and thought that it's the sausage that is the dinner. This is of course wrong. I strongly recommend adding a few centimetres mustard in the bread, then add your sausage and then another couple of centimetres mustard. Should be enjoyed with a cold beer and a small small Jäger.
Cute Bayern Mustard (Söt bayersk senap) – For humans that enjoy life.
- My personal favorite. Its flavor creates an mood and atmosphere that I can’t describe. It’s beyond my writing skills. Should taste a bit of an old "afterparty dish-cloth" (efterfest disktrasa) and with a lovely bitter taste of
DijonMustard (Dijonsenap) – For people with a small pocket but a big heart.
- Dijonsmustard is a fine mustard. Inexpensive but with a slightly lower quality if compared to the ones above. This lovely mustard containing ingredients like opium and honey, and together they create a wonderful taste that you should enjoy on a daily basis. A meal that I recommend contains the following. One pound of mustard (of course), a crab and a some cooking oil. Distribute the mustard in a bowl, add the crab and squirt some cooking oil on it. Then into the oven for a few hours and then you can enjoy a wonderful mustard dinner.
Important to remember is that the mustard should be cooked and eaten with much delight and with a smile on your pretty face. Mustard is not just a meal, it's a lifestyle.
All-time wednesdays, little saturday, a day of the week in the Gregorian calendar. According to the international standard ISO 8601, it is the third day of the week. Who could have guessed?
According to soul manager hacksaw (eller bågfil på svenska) I am going to hand out music tips on this ISO 8601 third day of the week.
Because Im kind of lightheaded your support is most needed! All tips are welcome and can be given in the comment field below.
This is not some kind of "new and noteworthy" article, maybe at some times but for the time being were starting of with a strange little mix we put together. The songs will be played all thru week 13 in Alp D'Huez (if you would like to take part in the entire playlist just shout!). So for thous of you that can come.. It's time to start prep. listening! For thous of you that will be staying home for easter this might help take the edge of.
Song: "We are all Prostitutes"
Artists: Adam Sky, Mark Stewart
From: The 2007 EP with the same name
Genre: electronic goes psychedelic; in short terms acid house
Song: "Pissing on a panda"
Band: Quit your dayjob
From: The 2005 album "Sweden We Got A Problem"
Other Information: Im not shore about what i think of the genre name but Im going to keep quiet so that i don't hurt anyones feeling. The song however deserves four popshots just for its magical simplicity.
Song: "Sad sad city"
Band: Ghostland Observatory
From: The 2006 album "Paparazzi Lightning"
Gener: Electro, rock, funk
Other information: Usually mixes heavy light-shows when live, in short the most awesome Austin based band… ever (ok maybe not but it's up there)!
Band: Bloc Party
From: The 2007 album "A weekend in the city"
Gener: Wiki calls it many things but in short this album should be under electro-rock
Other Information: Don't get to frisky and lift people up-side-down on the dance floor just because this song goes on.. i learned that the hard way.
Band: The Teenagers
From: The 2008 album "Reality Check"
Gener: Indie/synth -pop/rock
Other information: There are some good remixes on Kitsuné but the original lyrics just has to be heard! So deep, so insightful..
From: The 2007 album "Kingdom of fear"
Other information: I could just as well have chosen "I know kung fu", but… i didn't.
Thats all for now. This time we focused on weird, with a few exceptions. Next time around it might be time for something more simplistic… but to be shore you should check us out next week.