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Jungle Confessions: “I get goosebumps on my legs thinking about that party!”

Today is dedicated to a Q&A with the one and only Nis, a completely unique character and friend who was an absolute jungle first mover in Copenhagen with his legendary jungle parties at Operaen and The Grey Hall in the 90s. If it hadn’t been for Nis and his early Jungle Fever parties I would […]

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The Jungle Diaries: Longing for the Tribe

Yesterday, in the sadness collection, I wrote about all the bruises you get from time travelling and remembering. Let me elaborate on that. I have spent a substantial part of my life trying to write down e-v-e-r-y-t-h-i-n-g that I felt and did and experienced and loved and got excited about etc. etc. This is, of […]

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How to be a Junglist: Flyers, Flyers, Flyers Everywhere

Once again we’re going back to the time before digital cameras and social media. Back to when parties were not promoted on facebook but with flyers, handed out by hand, sought out from the flyer piles in the record shops. I have vivid images in my head of those days, but, as I have mentioned […]

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The Jungle Diaries: A Junglist on a Mission

Writing a diary (and being serious about it) is like having a life-long conversation with earlier versions of yourself. A very instructive practice. It has its embarassing moments, yes, but it really is the ultimate way of grasping what your life is about. It forces you to take yourself seriously, even at the most ridiculous […]

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