Nellys Crush is a band that blends 80s sass with an almost progressive playfulness. The newly released music video for The Night Belongs To Me certainly looks impressive. The video stars a girl certainly making the most out of a night out. I've only spotted one member of the band making an appearance in the video: Sven is the guy that gets headbutted and left bleeding. I've heard through the grapevine that the band is currently busy recording their debut album.
The blog kind of died out 5 years ago but the playlist has been going strong ever since. As of now the Northern Exposure playlist has 712 followers which I consider a good solid number. I've been busy making music, starting up my own music production company, and all sorts of good things. But now Spotify has made it easier to link up external websites with playlists via a description box under the playlist name. It made me log in here again at least :) Let's see if I can get my act together.
I´ve just added an hour or so with new Norwegian indie music. A lot of these songs were taken from the new indie compilation Oslo 2 from Spoon Train Audio. The compilation is a great way to discover some new talent from Oslo and rediscover some old familiar bands. You can listen to the whole album on Spotify at this link: Various Artists – Oslo 2
I've added new short playlist for you to enjoy. These are the songs I've added to the suggestion playlist since August. The main reason I feel like posting this one now is the song "One of You" by newcomer Line Larsen. The song takes you by surprise. Give that girl a hug now. She's hurting! The perfect song to celebrate or despair the autumn.
I've done a major update to the playlist today. You can see all the tracks added on the sidebar under Newest entries. If you want to listen through the whole playlist you now got 10 hours of indie bliss ahead of you. This has got me thinking though.
I will keep on adding music to the Northern Exposure playlist but I will also try to make shorter playlist based on themes, moods maybe every other week or so. I think it will be more interesting and easier for people to relate to shorter playlists than this mammoth.
I want Northern Exposure to evolve. That means a better design, maybe collaborate with other likeminded Nørwegians and foreign vikings.
And most of all I want Google to release Google Wave right now. That tool will make writing in English so much easier:)