Posts Tagged: china

Moving Images from the People´s Republic

Hi! Here are some more or less random clips from my recent tour in China: Best things about China: People are warm and friendly, the food is great, and the energy is amazing. It is just so happening at the moment. Worst things about China: The pollution is awful. It´s incredibly bad.

Lost in Translator

As we saw in Fredrik´s latest issue of JFFFN, web-based translators like Google Translator and Yahoo´s BabelFish can create some really interesting pieces of text, especially when they are used to translate languages that are very different from each other. Like Chinese and English, for example. In China, they use these translators a lot. Most… Read more »

China, Baby!

The last week, I´ve been touring in China with my own band, the Håvard Stubø Quartet. On this tour, we´re travelling as a trio, with Steinar Nickelsen on the Hammond B3 sitting in for Torbjörn Zetterberg, the band´s regular bass player. It´s been a really intense experience – China is totally overwhelming – and I´ll… Read more »

Petzi, China & Sweden

Hi! I know there has been some rumours that I am in China. This is simply not true. I am currently in Oslo, Norway, and I was recently in Stockholm, Sweden mixing a new album with Jupiter, another band I play with (that´s Jonas Kullhammar on saxophone, Steinar Nickelsen on Hammond organ, Magnus Forsberg on… Read more »

Winter Stress

Hi! The last couple of days have been a bit hectic. Håvard is in China, Joona and Tapani are in Finland and I’m bathing in stuff to take care of. On thursday we’ll post the next blog, maybe even tomorrow, let’s see what can be done. That’s all for now… …One more thing… in not… Read more »