BBC Radio 1 is home to many diverse musicians. From time to time, it allows experimental artists to place a temporary residence as the host of the radio show. Four artists in particular have become largely involved in the British music scene and have each defined themselves through their innovative styles.
When I first got to Copenhagen, on Christmas Eve, I was surprised to find the city really quiet. There were some people in cafés, sipping 45 kroner coffees, which is roughly nine Canadian dollars. To get an approximation, you multiply by two, and divide by ten. Indeed, at first I thought that everyone stayed in due to the high prices that come with abundant social programs, but after Christmas had passed and people came back from their homes, Scandinavia or the Jutland*, Copenhagen was crawling with people once again.
The music is blasting and the marina is pumping with dancing bodies on the tops of over 60 yachts. From your deck, take in the brilliant sun above, breathe in the scent of cool salt water and see nothing but miles of crystal blue ocean ahead. With endless cocktails in hand and friends from around the world at your side, you know that this is the best summer ever.