is one of the most mesmerizing live bands these days. The Danish trio - formed in 2003 - has played alongside genre bending contemporaries Daft Punk, Soulwax, Hot Chip, Justice and LCD Soundsystem. The Queens of The Stone Age covered one of their first singles on Gomma Records («Space To Rent»).
TH: In '88 I listened to Led Zeppelin and The Beatles. I had long hair.
TB: To get the 88-vibe going I would listen to «Push It», «Heat It Up» or maybe some acid stuff from Phuture, Armando or Mr Fingers.
TB: It’s pretty hardcore, but the album is from 1990, which means that it still has this cheesy 80’s flavour in the production, and that makes it pretty funny, eventhough Pantera is not very funny, especially after one of the guys got shot.
TB and TH: Lindstrøm, Prins Thomas or Todd Terje mixes from the internet.
JK: Complete silence, no noise
TB: Basically everything that Chicken Lips put there hands on and a lot of the Eskimo and Freundinnen label’s releases. Later at night it might be «Yes Sir I Can Hardcore» or releases from Fumakilla.
TB: A Danish hippieband (=Steppenwolf) doing lyrics like «track with me to nepal».
TH: Shubidua, a cheasy Danish band that I listened to when I was a kid. It reminds me of sorrowless times.
We don’t listen, we play loud, jammy stuff all night on whatever instruments are avalible... Anything goes but the most effective is our punk covers of Village People material.
TH: I listened to to this song on a long tour in the Baltic states almost ten years ago. We drove a lot at night, the roads were long and dark, and Chris was as always there with us.
TB: I made a CD for my car with them included and it’s super late night-driving music. Except that it makes me drive a bit too fast and that you get kind of dizzy if you drive with that music on the stereo for more than an hour.
We have to divide this into three questions, because there are three sorts of fishing. When we go pleasure fishing we mostly enjoy old Danish classics like: Mormors Kolonihavehus (Grandmas Bungalow), De Gamle Bukser (the Old Trousers), Det Var Capri (it was on Capri). For open water fishing we chose: David Lee Roth - Skyscraper. Industrial fishing calls for good old Scandinavian heavymetal bands like King Diamond and Skagarack. On cloudy days we go strictly Gregorian (not the old boring stuff, but new good tracks with technobeats underneath).
JK: Anything by Sigur Rós.
TB: I stopped using lovemaking-music in the 90’s, but then it was definitely «Protection».
Coldplay - Parachutes... no just kidding!!!!! Of course we listen to Rachmaninov.
TH: Bob Marley or Frank Zappa.
We don’t listen to music, when we have work to do. It’s too distractive. Our work is music.
2 Many DJs/Soulwax / The Raveonettes / Munk / I Got You On Tape / Kings Of Convenience
TH: Corto Maltese / All characters in Moebius' sci-fi stuff / Goofy / The very nice girls in Milo Manaras stuff / The Fabulous Freak Brothers
Barcelona / Berlin / New York / London / St. Petersburg
Mojito / Caparina / Plain Vodka / Bloody Mary / Long Island Ice Tea
TH: the Internet (for downloading porn) / Airplanes (flying arround to pussies) / the Wheel (driving with women) / Ironing-free shirts (so I look good when I meet girls) / the cell phone (for dirty texts)
August / May / December / January / November
TH: my Cellphone / my Mac / my Sunny Altano / my white Gibson Thunderbird ’78 / my MZ Motorcycle (...very unmacho!)
TB: my baby-blue ‘77 Mercedes 280 S-Class / my brown German quality Sonor-drums / my brown leather king-size travelbag / my record collection (except some of the late 90's clubhouse) / my Roland Juno 60 synth
TH: my high forehead / my hats / my muscular upperbody / my very tight pants / my funky band WMW
JK: my moustache / my long legs / my large nose / my fairy-hair / my very thin, but unusually short penis
TB: I don’t know. Ask in the forum at my fan-homepage: tomasbarfodthesupersexyhonk.com