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dwergs is:

male : left-handed : student : messy : a sucker for orange : no, and not color blind : audiophile : from belgium : dutch-speaking : english-speaking : french-babbling : sometimes just plain incomprehensible : an active Spleaker : a six-letter name : not a robot : a concoction by bert and me

dwergs thinks:

>> Way too much people just visit his blog for the Virtual Bartender 2 Commands.
>> He wants to wear the Oompa Loompa costume (Candy Factory Worker) when nobody is watching.
>> The Willy Wonka costume (Candy Man Costume Large) is for pimps!
>> Oompa Loompa wigs Green Candy Factory Worker Wig will be the next hype after those ugly Ugg boots.
>> "to spleak" should enter the English dictionary
>> All Bad Mother Fuckers should own Bad Motherfucker Wallets.
>> A Grand Don't Come For Free is the first UK garage musical.
>> The Charlie and the Chocolate Factory remake will never beat the 1971's original!
>> This DVD will shock you!

dwergs listens to:

(man, this list is so outdated!)
t.i. - why you wanna go and do that
todd terje - eurodans
layo & bushwacka! ft. green velvet - life2live (jesse rose remix)
lindstrom - i feel space
london elektricity - remember the future (high contrast remix)
benjamin theves - texas
mandy vs booka shade - body language
hans-peter lindstrom - i feel space
sharon philips - want 2/need 2
switch - a bit patchy
tomas andersson - washing up (tiga remix)
infekto - tonight
supafly inc - let's get down
les visiteurs - snoop's acid drop
johnny dangerous >> king of clubs
charles webster >> remixed on the 24th of july
mocky >> mickey mouse motherfuckers
radio >> studio brussel
concerts >> 3voor12

dwergs saw:

2006
(man, this list is so outdated!)
Walk The Line >> 8/10
2005
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire >> 7/10
Robots >> 7.5/10
The Perfect Man 5.5/10
Bob the Butler >> 6.5/10
Along Came Polly >> 7/10
LucŪa y el sexo >> 8/10
Sideways >> 7.5/10
Otnemem >> 9.5/10
The Man Who Knew Too Much >> 7.5/10
Rear Window >> 8.5/10
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory >> 7/10
Sin City 9/10
Collateral >> 8/10
The Manchurian Candidate >> 7.5/10
The Hudsucker Proxy >> 5.5/10
Requiem for a Dream >> 8.5/10
Zelig >> 9/10
Ray >> 9.5/10
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind >> 8/10
The Aviator >> 8.5/10
Super Size Me >> 7/10
Finding Neverland >> 8.5/10
2004
Amťlie Poulain >> 9.5/10
Alexander >> 6/10
The Bloody Olive >> 8.5/10
Lost In Translation >> 7.5/10
The Village >> 7.5/10
Fahrenheit 9/11 >> 9/10
Shrek 2 >> 8/10
The Office 1+2 >> 10/10
Troy >> 8.5/10
Runaway Jury >> 6/10
Steve + Sky >> 6.5/10
Finding Nemo >> 8/10

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dwergs visits:

TheSuperficial.com

Soul Seduction

Boomkat

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dwergs says: Where is Waldo part 2

The blokes from MyGuestmap have changed, ehm, MyGuestmap to another URL. Feel free to pinpoint!

[23:25 PM on Monday, February 27 of 2006]


dwergs says: 3D room paintings

Wanna add a genius touch to your all white room/office and got carte blanche from your parents/girlfriend/boss? Then consider a 3d painting... I bet it's done using a (overhead) projector of some kind.

[14:09 PM on Monday, February 27 of 2006]


dwergs says: Chemical Brothers - Get Yourself High Video

Oldie, but definitely in my all-time music video TOP 10!

[17:18 PM on Wednesday, February 22 of 2006]


dwergs says: Barefoot - Barefoot

Paul Anka, Nouvelle Vague, Richard Cheese and dozens of others are doing it. No, not cocaÔne (well, maybe yeah) but song reinterpretations. They don't just cover a song, they take it to a whole new level and rearrange it into a different genre, and that's usually loungy cocktail jazz. Relatively new kid on the block is Sam Obernik's band Barefoot, who releases their self-titled debut album today. Chances are high you've heard her version of "White Lines" in the background in a trendy restaurant before, or if you're a clubber you sure as hell have danced your socks off on Tim Deluxe's It Just Won't Do with Sam on vocals. Both songs are featured on the album, together with fresh material including Underworld's Born Slippy, Run DMC's It's Like That, De'Lacy's Hideaway and much more. More info including previews at BarefootBarefoot.

[11:56 AM on Monday, February 20 of 2006]


dwergs says: Classic Lyric: Jon Cutler - It's yours

It's yours by Jon Cutler is one of those tracks that sets the mood for me right whenever I hear it. And so it did last week when it was played in restaurant/club Shoko, Barcelona. It also set the tone for the rest of the night, carried by DJ Jekey's sauve mix of Motown funk and contemporary r&b.

Although I must've listened to this song hundreds of times since it was released in 2001, I never understood the chorus, so thank god for the Internet:

Jon Cutler - It's Yours lyrics

Well, itís yours

What makes you journey into the night
And take flight on a pursuit of musical bliss?
Chasing beats through ghetto streets
To a dungeonous temple left by our soul descendants
In a quest for peace, energy and light.
If you were to find this temple,
Do you have the knowledge to enter the temple?
Do you want it?
And if you had it, would you flaunt it?
Well, itís yours!

(Chorus)
There is approaching light
A-flowing, soaring through your world
The fire burns within your heart
And now itís yours
If you feel it in yourself
I know the light goes through the stars

Acquiring entrance to the temple is hard but fair.
Trust in God-forsaken elements
Because the reward is well worth the journey.
Stay steadfast in your pursuit of the light.
The light is knowledge.
Do you want it?
And if you had it, would you flaunt it?
Itís yours!Ē

(Chrous)

Well, Itís yours

Well, Itís yours

You stay true to your quest.
So let the beauty that is the musical universe engulf you.
Recharge your spirit.
Purify your mind.
Touch your soul.
And give you the eternal joy and happiness you truly deserve.
You now have the knowledge.
Do you want it?
And if you had it, would you flaunt it?
Well Itís yours!Ē

Well, Itís yours

Ahhhhhhh

(Chorus x2)

Well, Itís yours
Well, Itís yours


>> Listen to previews.

[11:28 AM on Monday, February 20 of 2006]


dwergs says: You wooden happen to have the time, wood you?

wooden led clockA block of wood that tells you what time it is? No, you're not stuck in a Twin Peaks universe. The Wooden Clock is a chic desktop/bedside digital clock with yellow glowing numbers against a natural-looking wooden background. In your face, Ikea!

>> Buy the Wooden Clock.

[18:10 PM on Monday, February 13 of 2006]


dwergs says: If Lost had to have an Intro

Addicted to lost? Then you'll definitely enjoy these fanvidoes: Alternate Opening, Portishead Remix, Trailer & Lost - The Musical...

[17:33 PM on Monday, February 13 of 2006]


dwergs says: Thank you Mario! But our princess is in another castle!

Nintendo keychains, super mario madgnets, pixel diorama'sSuper Mario Bros was the first real videogame I ever completed. Three times in one loop even, then I paused it for my brother to see when he'd come home but the NES crashed an hour later.

And once, I pretended to be sick so I could stay home from school and play The Legend Of Zelda all day... and the day after.

From back in the early nineties until this day I'm obsessed with Nintendo's classics, but only in their 8 or 16-bit outfits (I pulled out from the moment they turned 3D). My idolatry expresses itself in a collection of Nintendo keychains, Super Mario magnets, pixel diorama's,... (see images) And while it helps being friends with a former Nintendo regional boss' daughter, I usually get my kicks from jlist.com.

I know, I might have to see a therapist...

Nintendo keychains, super mario madgnets, pixel diorama's

[15:45 PM on Monday, February 13 of 2006]


dwergs says: Todd Terje

Went to hear Todd Terje (aka Tangoterje, real name: Terje Olsen) play a dj-set in Cafť Capital this weekend. I first heard about him through his epical re-edit of Michael Jackson's "I Can't Help It" on Gilles Peterson's Worldwide and that track is quite representative for the sensual, dubby house and funk music he spinned on Saturday with an average BPM rate of 100. Not your average four-to-the-floor dance music.

Most memorable set moment: a not-cheesy Whitney Houston "I wanna dance with somebody" remix being rewound two times before allowing the chorus to finally kick in. He didn't play the Michael Jackson track though :(

>> Listen to a typical Todd Terje dj-set.

[15:12 PM on Monday, February 13 of 2006]


dwergs says: Ishkur's Guide To Electronic Music

I can recommend this flash tutorial to anyone who has never heard of microhouse, miami bass or darkstep. Thanks for the share, Jimmy!

[0:40 AM on Saturday, February 11 of 2006]


dwergs says: Multi touch screen :o



Via Huuf.

[18:57 PM on Friday, February 10 of 2006]


dwergs says: fastr

Funky flickr fun!

[12:17 PM on Tuesday, February 7 of 2006]


dwergs says: Tiga Spams0r

Thanks Tiga, for your 92 junk mails (yes, I counted them) announcing the Sexor album release.

tiga sexor spam


Lucky for you I'm your biggest fan.

[11:46 AM on Tuesday, February 7 of 2006]


dwergs says: Ben Westbeech... I feel so good today

I'm in love with this untitled track by an upcoming artist called Ben Westbeech (sometimes written differently as Ben Westbeach). He's got a Jamiroquai-ish voice, but ventures into more complex rhythm parts. And because it's such a "feel good song" I set it as my alarm clock sound. Here's my throw at the lyrics (can anyone help me replace the question marks?):

Ben Westbeech - Untitled
"I feel so good today
even though I can't find my way
Your heart's been keeping you away
Don't be afraid cause I know that
(???) soon there'll come a day
when you will turn around and say
my heart's in such a lonely place
gotta tell you now I'm feeling
I feel so good today
What about tomorrow?

Come on

I feel so good today
even though I can't find my way
Your heart's been keeping you away
Don't be afraid cause I know that
(???) soon there'll come a day
when you will turn around and say
my heart's in such a lonely place
gotta tell you now I'm feeling
I feel so good today

What about to-mor-row?

Tomorrow's come for me
(???) its infinity I see
My heart's been watching over me
Gotta listen up cause I know that
that this is not a game
although i've tried to explain
my feelings can't remain the same
Gotta sort it out cause I know that/I'm older (?)

Tomorrow comes again
Life (???)
My feelings still remain the same
Gotta twist one up and roll over (?)

(whispers: That's better) (?)
"

The track's not officially out yet, only on white label, so you're gonna have a hard time tracking it down. There's a link to a version ripped from Radio One's Worldwide show with Gilles Peterson at the bottom of this post.

>> Download Untitled.

[19:08 PM on Thursday, February 2 of 2006]