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Rock Hard

October 12th, 2020 Comments off

There used to be a very large concrete building at this site. When it was demolished a very large rock was unveiled. It had been hidden inside the structure and facade the whole time. I’m curious to know if it will be incorporated into the new buildings or demolished.

Tegelviksgatan

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D’où Je Viens XXXIII

October 12th, 2020 Comments off

This is were I live.

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Recladding

October 11th, 2020 Comments off

A reclad house, it is one out of two located near my living quarters. The chosen materials and finishes made me wonder how it originally looked. The replacement of: facades, doorways, balconies, railings and windows for “non-maintenance” ones are almost always aesthetic catastrophes.

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Marker

September 23rd, 2020 Comments off

59°19’01.4″N 18°00’09.4″E
59.317048, 18.002602

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Not On The Wall VI

May 26th, 2020 Comments off


Yet an discarded artefact. For being a reference temperature gauge it seems to be working fine (it went to the blue on the dial after a while in the freezer). Status? as new/unused. Please search for: Not On The Wall.

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You Say 3L3C7R0 And 1 Say…

May 19th, 2020 Comments off

It is simply ridiculous. However, it works every time. If you play it. I was a wee boy (13 or so) dancing (or trying to) caught the bug. There’s no difference what-so-ever… I honestly thought that it would change, now I can confess there’s absolutely no difference. What-so-ever!

Musically, it is close to 40 years? It doesn’t matter. Like a puppet. That’s crazy or you’re insane? Possible, I’m just stating a fact. When ever I listen to the music that I like, today; (2020-05-19) or yesterday? I might as well be 13 years old. The sound of the 303 + 808 and how bass music became global? Is it not 1983? The future?

I suspected that much, but in all honesty I did not know or I did not foresee this/it. I can’t say that I did. Nor am I saying anything of that kind. I just remember being 13 years old (1983) and asking everyone.

What is this track?

It is bizarre and there are tracks that I’m still searching for… close to 40 years later. That is culture to me or you are simply a retard? It is not entirely impossible. And I did actually met 1/2 of LFO and got one of the many missed tracks of a generic collection CD.

You can run, but you cannot hide.

You need to have corouge when you play (or be crazy). No short-mix, play the tracks through… be bold. Is this not to skewed? There’s a simpler way out of this? You could cut to something less complicingated (spelling)?

No, this is the music and this is what was planned/unplanned from the get go. Just do it. Just follow the original idea, do not falter under pressure and do not falter now. Just play what you intended. Then push hard. The bass.

– How low can you go?
– Drop it or Work that shit?

Well, I’m just not going to pretend, that I’m not pretending or that I might not be serious or pretending 101, 303 + 808.

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LUX Revisited

May 10th, 2020 Comments off

LUX = Local Urban eXploration.

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Transformation/Renovation

April 28th, 2020 Comments off

The number of construction sites in SoSo is simply astounding. The building codes from the past were not just invented randomly… says the building from 1939.

And now you will be able to look directly into every apartment on two or three floors from either the subway or the opposite side of the house.

Renovation/Transformation

April 27th, 2020 Comments off

The number of demolition sites in SoSo is simply astounding. New buildings are getting erected closer and closer they stand. The building codes from the past were not just invented randomly…

If My Father Would Have Known / The Prayers, They Pray

April 24th, 2020 Comments off

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