Streets have no name
Leonardo / Gustav
Gustav / Leonardo
Friday, April 27, 2007
Wednesday, April 25, 2007
I have heard it a couple of times now. The Berlin trap means that you can find a really nice party somewhere in Berlin any day in the week. Pretty much the same as you can in all the other main capitals. Avoiding the Berlin trap requires self-character, but it feels really nice to have the opportunity.
Our apartment is a couple of hundred stairs up (no elevator of course) and we started with an empty 96m2 flat. We have carried a few tons of equipment up here so far, haven’t seen our muscle strength approve yet though…
I have switched my name to Gustav, which has been on the shelves as my middle name for a couple of years. I’ve heard that there is a campaign on Internet to change my name to Joel again. But Gustav is here to stay for a while. Germans seem to understand the name Gustav better.
Gustav II Adolf
Finally: I have found a coffee with a quite nice taste. The manufacturer is free to send me a check for this commercial.
Posted by Joel Gustav Ekelöf at 3:54 PM
Sunday, April 22, 2007
Last night we finally met up with our friend Fabi Feuer, he came over to our place after Gustav made a perfect pasta dinner to me and John.
Gustav's perfect pasta
Fabi was staying at Gustav's place in Stockholm a while ago when doing some recording stuff with his old band 200 Sachen. That was kind of how we met. We went to a fantastic party with him at some Australian guy's place and then to Rio. I won't give you any more stories now because you already know to much...but I'll tell you more soon.
check out his fabi's music at: http://www.myspace.com/fabifeuer
Posted by Olof Grönlund at 11:05 PM
Saturday, April 21, 2007
Thursday, April 19, 2007
So, last Saturday we had our already famous Moving in Party. Because we are new in town we decided to go out to some clubs and invite people that seemed cool. That idea was probably not so good ’cos the whole week ended with drunken debauchery as I guess the Americans would say.
In true German style we went with the free alcohol model for this party.
After inviting 14 swedes (Incl. the great Swedish band ”By Heart” and 9 Swedish girls that we found outside the ”magnet club”) a lot of Germans plus 8 liters of vodka, the party was well on it’s way.
In general Swedes can’t really handle alcohol and I guess that I’m one of them. We always tend to drink to much!?!
So after throwing out a burning speaker (well, that’s rock ’n roll at least), having our gas stove almost blowing up and a couple of windows crashed by our friendly neighbors...I felt that it was time.
After partying a week and not eating, I passed out (in true "Hey! I’m fourteen style", I must add) thanks to the vodka. The partying went on after that but I guess that Gustav Is the one to tell you more about that.
And by the way, thanks Benedikt for taking care of our apartment while we were out in the foggy world of alcohol.
Lizzy & Alex
Venus vs. Lizzy
Leonardo (By Heart)
Benjamin Tholl & Simon Liebe (By Heart)
The day after
Posted by Olof Grönlund at 6:21 PM
Wednesday, April 18, 2007
Finally, the guy from the Internet company came to our apartment today. We've been waiting for two weeks now. The only problem we have to solve now is that we are stupid swedes that have lost our login info fuck fuck fuck...
Well, so now we're back at the very nice bar across the street were we can surf and get drunk at the same time. yeah! Berlin is wonderful.
So all you people waiting for emails... wait some more. Soon we'll be back in the world of Internet.
Posted by Olof Grönlund at 6:14 PM
Monday, April 16, 2007
the view from our door thing.
eating at IKEA - stupid swedes!
trying out the studio
at the frankfurter alleé
I guess that all swedes get this one...
trying out the food at Kastanien alleé
on the boat to Poland
Posted by Olof Grönlund at 10:47 PM