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Popfest “playlist”

Clubs Posted on Wed, March 10, 2010 20:50:58

Actually, I never took notes of the songs I played at Popfest. But fortunately my lack of structure is compensated with a extraordinary memory. So Bart, enjoy!

And while I’m at it, thank you everyone for showing up and for dancing like crazy! Even though I must say that my set was better before the dancefloor, since I forgot most of my catchiest tunes back home in Stockholm (eh.. lack of structure).

Anyways.. the songs (I think) I played at the Popfest, in a very random order:

Burning Hearts – I lost my colour vision
Butcher Boy – You’re only crying for yourself
Erik de Vahl – Got it all
Free loan investments – Dayplanner
Andersen Tapes – Turn to speak
Hefner – I took her love for granted
My Favorite – Let’s stay alive
My Favorite – Working class jacket
Pipas – Mental
the Siddeleys – My favourite wet wednesday afternoon
the Arrogants – Lovesick
Black Tambourine – Throw Aggi of the bridge
the Cat’s Miaow – Right back from where we started from
Fat tulips – So unbelievable!
Fosca – It’s going to end in tears (all I know)
Girls at our best! – Too big for your boots
the Housemartins – Sitting on a fence
Lesley Gore – Sunshine, lollipops and rainbows
Moofish Catfish – Ten days in my room
the Pains of being pure at heart – This love is fucking right!
the School – Shoulder
Friday Bridge – Horror of horrors
the Motifs – Dots
the Smittens – Saphire
Orange Juice – I can’t help myself
Kevin Rowland – Concrete & clay
Snowfairies – Firefly
Marvelettes – I’ll keep holding on
We’ve got a fuzzbox and we’re gonna use it – Rules and regulations
Tada Tátà – Hit the wall
Bad Dream Fancy Dress – Flair
Mary Wells – Bye, bye baby
Blind Terry – The subtle art of how to break a heart
Madeleine Knight – Hey, tell me boy
the School – And suddenly
Yeah yeah noh – Cottage industry


Concerts Posted on Thu, February 25, 2010 09:53:30

I’m at work and lousy at paint, therefor the white edges. Thought it was ok since the flyer is soooo nice.

Oh, and thank you all for fighting the snow and celebrating the snowbirds last tuesday. We, couldn’t be happier with that evening!

London Popfest – We know you wanna!

Concerts Posted on Mon, February 15, 2010 16:18:23

There are several good reasons for visiting London Popfest next weekend (25/2 – 28/2); you’ll see the second gig ever with Cosy Recordings’ the Garlands (first one 23d in Stockholm), experience a live set by Cosy-favourite Jyoti, a.k.a. White Town, and experience a whole lot of other bands that we at Cosy headquarters admire a lot (the Just Joans! The Pines! Rose Mellberg! Shrag! Ballboy! Allo Darlin’! Horowitz! Dorotea! AND MORE!). As the event is almost sold out already, we guess you don’t really need more reasons for going.

Still, Cosy Recordings wants to sprinkle your Popfest-cake! On Friday, Karin will be playing records with Daniel and Sean, and promise to make the crowd go boom. And on Saturday, you’ll be able to get a hold off some Cosy Recordings releases, among others our 25th (which has the catalogue number 24, to keep the mystery alive) with the lovely Snowbirds.

Ye to the ay!

So what are you doing on friday?

Clubs Posted on Wed, January 06, 2010 19:22:02

This friday your truly will be serving some sweet tunes at the small
and friendly bar Snotty together with Ulrika at her club
Songs&Fascination. I would strongly recommend you to attend as yours
truly have been asked to play strictly twee and 60’s (which for me
equals girl group all night long). Oh yes!