is a DJ, producer, promoter and label manager from Bergen. He started Untz Untz Records in 2008 with his friend Tarjei Nygård. Untz Untz is now also serving as a booking agent and management service for many of the label artists. Pastor has been djing all over Norway in most clubs worth a mention and mutiple times at big festivals like Ekko, Hove and Bergenfest. Currently hosting the monthly Bongo Bongo parties at Soju Bar in Berlin as well as bi-monthly parties in Bergen, Norway.
I don't remember so much from that year as it was my birth year. But this jiggy song is from then.
Have you heard the king has returned? On Facebook dudes are outdoing themselves in telling who likes him the most.
Still one of my absolute favorites. Still makes me smile. For a short period I dressed exactly like Armand does in the video. Black North Face vest, red Ecko hoodie, big jeans, black beanie etc.
So so angry. Motherfucker I want your blood.
With open windows. Full speed. I am a former G.
Then I am most likely in a boat, trying my best not to get the fishing net and the buoys all tangled up. So I will prefer no music other than the seagulls shouting. I usually get shitloads of mackerel and salmon.
A little saxophone goes a long way.
I don't jog. I barely walk. I mostly roll around on my bike. I wish I jogged. I need more exercise.
This album has been on repeat all christmas since I bought it for them some years ago.
Some nice Berghain techno that perfectly blocks out all the plane noises.
A nice collection of classical music. Brahms, Wagner, Luchesi, Elgar and the boys.
Told you I was a G.
I put some mixtapes on in the background. So I don't have to change all time. Some tapes from friends or a tape from Beats In Space.
There was a lot of singing at my school. And a lot of Beatles.
Easy choice. This song has been important for me here in Berlin. This was where I saw the movies «Stop Making Sense» and «Cheyenne: This Must Be The Place» for the first, second and third time. Those made quite an impression.
In Hyde Park 2007 with 20.000 dancing people.
I remember some slow dancing and later crying happening to this song. Vaguely.
This springs instantly to mind. I have fond memories of listening to this while playing with my toy cars on a carpet which had roads and house patterns on it.
This is the big one. This song must be great and make everyone cry and smile. I have given this some thought once in a while. But I think you will have to show up to find out.
I used to 'play' piano while listening to this. I still can't play.
This one gets some extra points for the title.
This never leaves the bag. Too bad nothing on their debut album was even remotely as good as this.
A horrible collection of song played only on synths. Roxette's «It Must Have Been Love» is on it. Enough said.