The Revolution Will Be Televised!


Next friday we’ll set sails for south of France, where our French mini-tour is taking place. We’re really exited to break new ground in this beautiful country. Make sure to catch us @ the following venues:

03 Oct – Montpellier(FR) – Victoire 2

04 Oct – Saint Etienne(FR) – Le Fil

05 Oct – Nancy(FR) – L’autre canal ( Support for Hocus Pocus )

07 Oct – Paris(FR) – Théâtre de l’Alhambra (Support for Hocus Pocus)

Good Things!



The show in Marseille yesterday was a hit! Good things!


We were greeted with rain and hail, but the weather got better when we arrived at the hotel. Me and Embee had a look around town, our first time in Marseille.






De La Soul was rocking, but we had to leave straight to the hotel after our set. Two hours of sleep and then we flew back to Sweden. Phuu..

We’re doing more shows in France next week! We’ll update Tourdates tomorrow..


remix contest winners!

 Finally, we can announce the three winners of the LOOPTROOP ROCKERS “Naïve” Remix contest! The Jury (Looptroop Rockers, STHLM Beat Connection and Bad Taste Records) have decided that the three winners are: Silviu Paduraru, Leontin and Undoo! Congrats! You guys got mail! And also big up to all the 32 participants of the remix contest! It was hard competition, lots of good remixes and good creative ideas! keep it up!

Now check out the three winning remixes at SBC! Enjoy!


phantoms of the opera

Me and Schumi found ourselves in a pretty strange situation the other day. We just got back home from Örebro. Dumped the backline, parked the car and went straight to the Malmö Opera. My girlfriend is in an opera (not singing though..) called “Death And The Maiden” by Ariel Dorfman (check out the movie with the same name by Roman Polanski) and it was the world premiere so we had to support!


The thing is, this is a very political opera about the horrors of Chile under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet and it was also the day of the big parade at The European Social Forum. My girl had been in the parade with her mom all day, and we got the chance to see the parade from the balcony of the opera. Surrounded by a lot of people who were very familiar with opera but maybe not with protest songs, we heard a lot of great/scary comments as the streets were filled up with police. We felt a little out of place to say the least.


I think the people at Malmö Opera should have invited the ESF participants to come see the show. It was very powerful and totally relevant, especially this week in Malmö. Nice to meet our friend America Vera-Zavala at the opera! She held a seminar at the ESF earlier that day.


Peace! / ´preme