- It's hella expensive
- It's impeccably orderly
- The most bike friendly city in the world because it's flat and government has made every street bike friendly. Also, the bikers are considerate and the pedestrians are as well of the bikers.
- They are coffee crazy. Visit the Coffee Collective and you'll understand
- You can walk to anyplace in the city -- takes an hour to walk from one end to the other
- The interior design will blow your mind
- Tivoli, yeah, a tourist hub, but beautiful at night
- Smørrebrød, tasty tasty goodness
- They love their beer, and I love them for it
- Not as baby/stroller crazy as Sweden, but still a little nutty
- Danish women, yup.
This brings me to the city's exciting export, Indians. I also had the coversation with music bix peops about all the acts with hard to google names. In this Indians is the one man band Søren Løkke Juul. 4AD has snatched up the artist, who release his debut album next January. His first offering is the neo-folky strummer called "Cakelakers". Once I find out what a cakelaker is, I'll let you know.
In the meantime, he's making his first extensive U.S./Canada run now, opening up for Other Lives.
November 8: Sons Of Hermann Hall -- Dallas
November 10: Fitzgerald's Upstairs -- Houston
November 12: Bottletree -- Birmingham, AL
November 13: 3rd & Lindsley -- Nashville
November 15: Gabe's -- Iowa City, IA
November 16: Cedar Cultural Center -- Minneapolis
November 17: Turner Hall -- Milwaukee
November 19: The Pyramid Scheme -- Grand Rapids, MI
November 20: Magic Stick Lounge -- Detroit
November 21: Beachland Ballroom & Tavern -- Cleveland
November 23: Horseshoe Tavern -- Toronto
November 24: Cabaret du Mile/End -- Montreal
November 26: Space Gallery -- Portland, ME
November 27: Paradise Rock Club -- Boston