Esben Suurballe

All-round good guy. Passionated and faithfull fan of Liverpool FC. Creative author of “Slået omkuld af Oasis” and “Liverpool i blodet”. Persistent owner of the blog Musiknonstoptilslut

A true Northern lad and parka monkey with a great sense of music and life.

Men with guitars. Go!


guest esben suurballe





● Guest DJ

Warming up: Scott Walker “Jackie”
Kicking off the party: Primal Scream “Loaded”
Dancefloor filler: The Killers “When We Were Young”
Closing time: Frank Sinatra “That´s Life”

● Festival line-up (dead or alive)

The Smiths, Oasis, Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Peter Sommer, The Beatles, Pet Shop Boys, Depeche Mode, Scott Walker, PJ Harvey, Blur, Pulp, Suede, The War On Drugs, Echo And The Bunnymen, R.E.M, Malk De Koijn, The Streets, The The, Kent, Gene, The National
Dør Nr 13, and Lightening Seeds

● Attention world – This album deserves more love

The The “Mind Bomb” & Gene “Drawn To The Deep End”

● A trip down the local pub with…

Liam & Noel Gallagher, Dean Martin and Peter Sommer

● Favourite piece of lyric

And if a double-decker bus
Crashes into us
To die by your side
Is such a heavenly way to die

The Smiths “There Is A Light That Never Goes Out”

● Fantasy band

Name: The Docks
Singer: Richard Ashcroft
Guitarist: Bernard Butler
Drummer: Matt Helders
Bass: Bruce Foxton

● Best cover song

Dean Martin “Gentle On My Mind”

● Which album do you bring as a present

Kent “Du & Jag Döden”

● Sunday morning album

Richard Hawley “Hollow Meadows”

● Most played album

Kent “Du & Jag Döden”

● Three desert island albums

Kent “Du & Jag Döden”
Suede “Dog Man Star”
Love Shop “Go”

● First album

Pet Shop Boys “Actually”

● The album that changed how you comprehend music

Suede “Suede”

● Guilty pleasure

Sophie Ellis Bextor

● Album that defined your teens

Oasis “Definitely Maybe”

● Top three concerts

Oasis – Roskilde 1995
Kent – Gøteborg 2005
The The – Aalborg 2001

● On your record player right now

Scott Walker “The Old Mans Back”

● On the record player in your childhood home

Gasolin, The Rolling Stones, Abba and The Beatles

Best first track on an album

Oasis “Rock´n´Roll Star”

● Best debut album

Portieshead “Dummy”

● Best music moment on film

Moby – The Jason Bourne Films

● Music you don´t like

Rap music

● Best record cover

The Smiths “Meat Is Murder”


 A song that describes your hometown

Pet Shop Boys “Suburbia”

● Best one-hit wonder

Deacon Blue “Real Gone Kid”

● Favourite album and song – 2017
Album: The War On Drugs “A Deeper Understanding”
Song: Peter Sommer “Skønne Spildte Kræfter”



First guest could really not be anyone else but – The greatest man on earth.

thomas olsen


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Introducing the man behind the music:


45, love music, craft beer, sneakers and Liverpool FC

Your taste in music in three words

Loyal indie rocker

Guest DJ
Warming up: Oasis “Rock n´roll star”
Kicking off the party: Stone Roses “Fools gold”
Dancefloor filler: Primal Scream “Rocks”
Closing time: Kent “747”

Festival line-up (dead or alive)

Love Shop (Hall, Hassing & Unmack), Oasis (line-up circa 1995 w/ White on drums), Massive Attack ( Del Naja, Daddy G and “Mushroom”), Depeche Mode (w/ Alan Wilder on keys) and Nick Cave as closing act.

Attention world – This album deserves more love

dEUS “Ideal crash”. Mistery to me, why “Ideal crash” isn´t considered one of the ten best albums in the world.

A trip down the local pub with…

David Bowie – Crazy stories. Great sense of humour.

Favourite piece of lyric

“Fanget ind i byernes lys
Jeg vil eje hvert et sekund
Alle har en drøm at befri
Hold den fast til det gør ondt”

Love Shop “Alle har en drøm at befri”

Fantasy band

Name: Thomsen All-stars

Sanger: Nick Cave
Guitarist: George Harrison
Trommeslager: Silas Graee (Mew)
Bas: Peter Hook
Keyboard: Alan Wilder

Best cover song

Ryan Adams “Wonderwall”

Which album do you bring as a present

Love Shop “Evergreens” – Perfect introduction for The only band that really matters

Sunday morning album

Massive Attack “Mezzanine”  – goes down well with the coffee

Most played album

Love Shop “Go!” – best alltime Danish record

Three desert island albums

Love Shop “Go!”
Oasis “Definitely Maybe”
Depeche Mode “Songs of faith and devotion”

First album

Gasolin “Live sådan!” – Gift from my father, when I got my first record player
Thomas Helmig Brothers “2” – First album bought

The album that changed how you comprehend music

Depeche Mode “Black celebration” – Introduced in a summer holiday by my cousin. Later he send “Music for the masses” on tape. Music was never the same after that.

Guilty pleasure

Danish rap acts like Sivas and Ukendt Kunstner. Probably not meant for me, but when they play it on the radio – I feel it!

Album that defined your teens

“101” Depeche Mode – Had nerve, authentic, energetic – just like the teens. In my teen room I was Dave Gahan at Rose Bowl. Still love it. Best live album of all-time

Top three concerts

Love Shop/Sort Sol, Studenterhuset, Aalborg – 2002
Mikael Simpson – Studenterhuset, Aalborg – 2004
Nick Cave, Northside, Aarhus – 2013

On your record player right now

Noel Gallagher “Who built the moon” – Surprisingly good, after two mediocre albums

On the record player in your childhood home

Kim Larsen “Forklædt som voksen”

Best first track on an album

Love Shop “Alle har en drøm at befri from the album “Anti”

Best debut album

Oasis “Definitely Maybe”

Best music moment on film

Generally the use of music in Peaky Blinders. But especially the opening of season 3 combined with David Bowies “Lazarus”

Music you don´t like

Musicals. To hysterical. In general musicians who tend to be hysterical and pretentious, like the Danish act, “Bisse”. He´s just, in my opinion, a wannabe C.V. Jørgensen.

Best record cover

Jens Unmack “Vejen hjem fra RocknRoll”


A song that describes your hometown

Arcade Fire “The suburbs” – Reminds me of being underage. Buying beer at the local grocery store (he didn´t ask for ID). Driving on my moped to the party. Good times.

Best one-hit wonder

Hurricane #1 “Just another illusion”

Favourite album and song – 2017

Album: Love Shop “Risiko” – loyal to my few favourite bands, but Love Shop truly deserves it. Keeps evolving. “Risiko”, easily being a top 3 Love Shop album.
Song: The National “Carin at the Liquor Store”




Photo: Claus Peuckert, 2008

Danish musician and author. 

Born in Vejle, Jutland in 1962.

Started out in `82, in Sort-Hvide Landskaber (a postpunk outfit)

Since then involved in various projects with brother, Henrik Olesen.



Today he´s one half of the duo (together with Michael Lund) De Efterladte

As mentioned he´s also an author: Go check it out

Of course that is simply not enough, as he´s a man of an impeccable taste in art and music.

Luckily, for us, he´s kind enough to share it with us.

So without further ado, here´s Peter H. Olesen, year by year list for the last 55 years.

1962 – Bob Dylan / Talkin New York

1963 – The Beatles / Love me do

1964 – Jan Johansson / Visa frän Rättvik

1965 – Frank Sinatra / It was a very good year

1966 – Nina Simone / Wild was the wind

1967 – Tim Hardin / You upset the grace of living when you lie

1968 – Townes Van Zandt / Waitin´ around to die

1969 – Velvet Underground – I´m set free

1970 – John Lennon / Instant Karma

1971 – Al Green / Tired og being alone

1972 – Van Morrison / Listen to the lion

1973 – Gram Parson / A song for you

1974 – Neil Young / On the beach

1975 – Pere Ubu / Heart of Darkness

1976 – David Bowie / Golden years

1977 – Iggy Pop / I got nothing

1978 – Talking Heads / Girls want to be with the girls

1979 – Joy Division / New Dawn fades

1980 – The Cure / A forest

1981 – Cabaret Voltaire / Spread the virus

1982 – Laurie Anderson / Big science

1983 Go-Betweens / That way

1984 – The Gun Club / Bad America

1985 – Tom Waits / Hang down your head

1986 – The Triffids / Wide open road

1987 – Sonic Youth / Schizoprenia

1988 – The Pixies / Gigantic

1989 – Galaxie 500 / Snowstorm

1990 – John Cale & Brian Eno / Spining away

1991 – Massive Attack / Safe from harm

1992 – The Jayhawks / Take me with you

1993 – American Music Club / I´ve been a mess

1994 – Portishead / Glorybox

1995 – PJ Harvey / Down by the water

1996 – Beck / Novocaine

1997 – Nick Cave “People ain´t no good”

1998 – Mercury Rev / Opus 40

1999 – Bonnie “Prince” Billy / Death to everyone

2000 – Yo la Tengo / Night Fall on Hodoken Part 1

2001 – Gillian Welch / Time

2002 – Lambchop / I a woman

2003 – The White Stripes / Seven Nation Army

2004 – Arcade Fire / Neighboorhood 2 (Leika)

2005 – Antony & The Johnsons / Today I’m a Boy

2006 – Midlake / Head home

2007 – LCD Soundsystem / All my friends

2008 – TV on the Radio / Golden age

2009 – Tinariwen / Lulla

2010 – Tindersticks / Harmony round my table

2011 – James Blake / Limit to your love

2012- Frank Ocean / Pyramids

2013 – King Krule / Easy Easy

2014 – The war on Drugs / Under the pressure

2015 – Kendrick Lamar / I

2016 – Solange / Weary

2017 – Sampha / Plastic 100 c