are – despite running a label called Information – among the most mysterious of Gothenburg’s up-and-comers. Rasmus Hägg and Dan Lissvik have produced a signature spaced-out sound which they applied to remixes for a bunch of acts – ranging from A Mountain Of One to Kylie Minogue. Lissvik also records as a solo artist and as a part of Neo-Balearic outfit The Crêpes.
With my favourite blanket wired around me, love that.
Would be a nice one.
Actually they've tried to get us kicked out from our apartment once for playing music. But we got them to move instead, bloody wankers!
You tend to drive too fast though, like getting chased by agent Moulder.
The whole album.
So beautiful, you don't need to get up. Way too short though.
Only on sundays though.
In 8th grade we went to Paris by bus and we only listened to The Doors, went to his grave, puked on Champs-Elysees and stuff, really premature. For the first time since then I now really enjoy The Doors again, in small doses.
A.R.E Weapons in NYC. They didn't show up and I'm glad for that, ha ha. Or when I was supposed to see Iron Maiden with my mother in 86, after the warm up by W.A.S.P I chickend out and went home, it was to loud and massive for me, but still a great moment.
The whole 1st record is amazing really, pure and wild. Classic!
You feel so alone but it gives you this strange power of independence at the same time. Actually really appealing and not depressing.
I've been listening to this since I was 7. The really cool artwork caught my eyes at first, then me and my sisters listened to the opening track «Westway» over and over for years. Still dj it sometimes.
Only the left channel.
I actually won «Wolftracks» by Steppenwolf at this tombola thing in this amusement park in Gothenburg in the 80s. I was really really dissappointed. If that doesn't count I think maybe «Permanent Vacation».
Totally brilliant mix between pop and dance.