[Jandek] Aarhus reviews
craig at sxsw.com
Sat Dec 1 14:13:17 PST 2007
Well there's narrow-minded folks everywhere. In some countries like
Sweden and others in the Scandanavian/Baltic there's the lovely, life-
affirming Trad Gras Och Stenar and Brainbombs, for instance, but if
you ever wanted to deal with some labels and music arts "funding"
bodies who treat artists like meat, you'd want to throw yourself off a
building. Well, maybe not that extreme. Extreme metal like the first
Mayhem demo rules, though.
So just like here in the States and Australia and New Zeland where
Police state mentality and paranoia is seeping in, worldwide there
are, um, ignorant folks. Not stupid. Ignorant. Hear me, Loretta?
Anyway that logo that came up on that review -- MTV, I believe --
implies that some closed-minded asstard who jacks off The Hives or
Kasabian regularly wrote it, and who cares what that punk thinks?
Love and peace will reign. heehee
On Dec 1, 2007, at 7:12 AM, Lars Spurious wrote:
> I'm over in Denmark for the weekend, and have had some assistance
> looking through Danish review coverage of the recent Jandek concert
> in Aarhus. Alas, there's little content to these reviews, which are
> made up largely with accounts of the Jandek 'myth', reports of his
> appearance and stage persona etc. One or two interesting tidbits,
> Gaffa is, I'm told a well known paper. It's a fairly negative
> review, saying that the protracted length of the songs, in which it
> is claimed little happened musically, made the gig boring. 7 songs
> in 100 minutes or so, the Rep starting on piano before moving onto
> In another review - not sure of the link, the Rep was said to have
> sung about Denmark. Intriguing!
> Apologies for the sketchy nature of this email - perhaps there are
> others on the list who attended the concert, or whom speak better
> Danish than I do! I want to know what he sang about Denmark!
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