POP GOES PUNK.

POP GOES PUNK.

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Meet Kenneth, a music lover from Denmark.
“Curious, nerdy and with a passion for everything pop culture and new things. Grew up in rural Denmark with a loving family that preached responsibility for your actions but also self-growth and a whole lot of love, currently living by myself in my own little slice of heaven focusing my time on my work as a Software Developer and learning new stuff that will make me better as a person."

 

32 years old, pushing 33 somwhere in Denmark.

 

What is the soundtrack to your life?
Has changed many times through my life and I hope it keeps doing that as I find the idea of having the same outlook on life you had as 25 year old very sad and to be honest abit freightning. 
However the track that would be my life soundtrack for the time being would be "The Midnight - Explorers" which is some wholesome and inspiring Synthwave that finds many of my plays on Spotify.

 

What is the most annoying song in the world?

"For Evigt" by Volbeat - There are a few things I hate in the world. This song and band is one of them.

 

What’s more important to you? Music; or Lyrics? Why?

Both are equally important to me. They complement each other, which is why im not the biggest fan of Acapella and Instrumental.
You can have flashy car but without gasolin you aren't going anywhere, and you can have a shit car with gasolin which maybe will get you where you need to go, but the ride will be horrible and boring.

 

Favorite artist? 

Meat Loaf for nostalgic reasons. I remember hearing "I'd do anything for love" in 1994 and soon after "Bat out of Hell" and those howling guitar sounds and melodic ballads! I think this is one of the first times I realized what talent it takes to make music.

 

If you had the chance to interview an artist, who would it be? (Dead or alive)

Most likely Jonathan Davis from Korn, but wouldn't actually be an interview, more just me saying thanks for the Teenage angst.

 

 

Last concert?

Jam band Concert with Black Sabbath, Judas Priest and Motorhead jam bands. Nothing to exciting. Will soon be attending a Grandmaster Flash concert in my hometown which im looking forward to :)