When Lydkollektivet Adolf & The Juice Opened (but actually closed) for Legendary NOLA Bands Die Rötzz and Sick Thoughts in Elsinore)
Remember when I told you guys about Lydkollektivet Adolf & The Juice? I think our most prestigious gig was with these two bands. It was a weird evening for sure.
Kenni decided he didn't want to compete with the Die Rötzz drummer, so he didn't, and attended the gig as an audience member, but the rest of us tried our damnedest. Needless to say, we didn't have a drummer, so we used whatever was at hand to create the percussion. I played broken records, which I had glued back together at random, but at some point the sound technician cut my signal because it otherwise would've destroyed the PA, and at that point I started singing instead. The song we played was ”Jahu Jaha” which is a nonsense word in any language and all languages, and most of the time I took care of the vocals, as Felix's guitar fed back and Martin played the same keyboard riff over and over. Our audience was four people on a couch who left halfway through the gig, but DD Owen of Sick Thoughts stood in the back and told us afterwards that he had considered joining the jam, if he had known we would be cool with it. But of course we'd be cool with it and I still wish he had done that!
It was a fun evening at Elværket all in all and now it's on YouTube at the very least.