Tag Archives: music

Sad Songs for Dirty Lovers

They could have sounded like Pavement, but The National ended up sounding like… The National! Meet one of my favorite bands and their album “Sad Songs for Dirty Lovers” Life is an endless line of stories and challenges. Some you win and some you lose. The National tells stories too, through the fantastic voice of […]

Get Motivated!

I enjoy motivational music (a kind of guilty pleasure…) and I have put together a colleciton of my favourite music for use in presentations, kick-offs, or any other events where you would like to boost the audience, push their confidence or just get them going!  Updated 20th May 2014 – Elton John, The Go! Team […]

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Music and Playlists – Part 1, The Road Runner!

Looking back as long as I remember, music has been important to me. My first memories of music and how much of an impact it had on me is from my childhood, where I was flat out on the floor in front of our stereo – playing The Beatles’  Rubber Soul (1965), Revolver (1966), ”The […]

Bring Daddy Home For X-mas!

Yeah, it’s this time of the year. Christmas is coming. Santa Claus is coming. And we all like to cuddle up in front of the fireplace and listen to the good old carols. Naw! That has to change! Let me introduce Gringo Bandido! We’re talking about the Garage/Punk/Rock’n Roll outfit from my home town, Halden, […]

Blue, blue, blue…

The psychology of color is interesting. The physical aspects of color are interesting. The contradictions and challenges you find related to colors are interesting. Are you feeling blue? Color Science In my job as Product Marketing Manager at Barco, where our focus is high end projectors and their use across various industries and installations – […]

Big Hairy Goal Update #1

It is time for an update to my Big Hairy Audacious Goals for 2013. What are your goals? Almost three weeks back I posted my BHAG for 2013, which can be seen as my stretch targets! It has been hectic over the last weeks, but still I feel I have been doing well and it’s […]

Isolation, depression and heartache

Does that sound familiar? If you like Indie rock, you will find the genre loaded with artists and band contribution to the depression. There are pearls in between the swine – but the vast majority of bands and artists in the “whimprock” space are quite frankly depressively dead boring. One of pearls and a great […]