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April 4, 2017

Once upon
a Thursday

Once upon
a Thursday

Miruna Dumitrascu
CONCERT REVIEWS

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Photo: Blå Minder Facebook

There’s something inherently good about Thursdays. Maybe it’s the anticipation, or the verve of streets but not overwhelmingly full of drunk people. Or maybe because it doesn’t carry any disappointment yet.

And now that I have the chance, I need to quote Toni Morrison on this:

“(...) perhaps there is something so phony about the seven-day cycle the body pays no attention to it, preferring triplets, duets, quartets, anything but a cycle of seven that has to be broken into human parts and the break comes on Thursday."

— (Toni Morrison, Jazz, p.50)

Why the Thursday pleading intro?

Our dear friends from think.dk are hosting another Low-Fi band on Thursday, April 6 2017. We’ve talked about the crew behind think.dk for sure, but if you don’t know anything about them, let me put this into a few words: they’re genuinely concerned about this planet and they’re definitely on to something.

A handful of people decided it’s time to change the world by building a platform that encourages sustainability, sharing and collaboration. What can you find there? Talks, movie screenings, and debates around the topic and like-minded people, just to name a few.

And, for a few months now, Low-Fi concerts.

Ilinca and Monika went to visit Anja to talk about music, home concert and sustainable change. Watch the video below to get a snippet of their delightful nest and listen next Thursday soundtrack powered by Anne from Blå Minder.

Blå Minder, or Blue Memories for the rookie Danish speakers (speaking for myself), is an art-pop band that links poetry and music in a mellow, soothing and sometimes in a shoegazing manner.

There’s quite a world contained in that acoustic and electric guitar sound encounter and I wish I could write more about their lyrical poetic touch, but I’ll pass that on to someone else from my team:

"There’s a place where hopefulness and sadness collide, and right there, in that intersection must be where Blå Minder finds the inspiration for their lyrics"
"There’s a place where hopefulness and sadness collide, and right there, in that intersection must be where Blå Minder finds the inspiration for their lyrics"

See you on Thursday, April 6 at think.dk to talk about music, inspiration, changing the world step by step and song by song. Remember you need to book your ticket through the Low-Fi platform. If you haven’t signed up yet, here’s your cue.

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