Music

Despite my dozens of records, the most popular song I ever sang is surprisingly this Swedish TV commercial which just passed a million views on YouTube. It features Alexander “The Mauler” Gustafson lifting a person and me doing some moves inspired by the King.

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With a bit of a spring in my step, I disembarked from the aircraft at Los Angeles International Airport. As far as luggage goes, I traveled lightly, carrying only the essentials. I’d say the most important of these would be my favorite cardigan sweater, but I also carried with me

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Last weekend, I accompanied my friends Theresa (“Disco”) and Iida (“Li’l Ratchet”) to the Hultsfred music festival. Your author relaxing on a giant pillow in the VIP area. Working in the magazine industry has its perks. The festival was held this year near Stockholm’s Arlanda Airport. Perfect festival weather. Stevie

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Saturday night I spent having some fun in the recording studio with my friends Iida Hellström (The Sorted) and Erik Welén (Torpedo, Tiger Lou). We were working on a recording of an old song by Iida’s band, based on a reworking of it I recently put together. Erik can be

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Last night I bought some nice headphones and for the first time in years, I really felt what the sound of music can do to my insides. (That’s a medical term for a person’s guts and butterfly box.) Late in 2000, I began shedding my belongings to live in different

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These are some photos from the Debaser Slussen club in Stockholm where I recently saw Andrew W.K. perform his entire first album in order. It was a fantastic show and my face hurt from smiling, thought don’t suspect I’ll win any awards for photography. One photo shows a sign on

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Here is an awesome Sharpie tattoo of a shark that my friend Iida drew on my arm last night. We were at a show of the band Fucked Up, who I had never heard before. I was surprised, not just because I enjoyed them, but also because they kept my

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