Calle Dernulf visited Växjö on our annual Allkår festival at Campus last weekend. You could say Calle Dernulf is Sweden's answer to Pete Tong. Sadly SR (Swedish Radio) just recently cancelled his show P3 Dans after I don't know how many years of running, along with all the other genre specific shows, which is not only a shame, but quite an ignorant act. SR is running under public services, which means that it's not commercially financed. Their whole operation is financed from a mandatory fee issued by Radiotjänst, that every single household in Sweden is obligated to pay. They also terminated a similar show called P3 Klubb a few years earlier, which now leaves us with zero radio shows that educates the public in electronic dance music. Dernulf has always been a big role model for us, from back in the days when we used to run our own weekly local dance music radio show here at Campus while I was still attending the university. Hopefully the management at SR will get their heads out of their asses soon enough and bring back not only P3 Dans, but all genre specific shows they trashed, because if that is not what public service should be about, then I don't know what is.
Shot with a Fujifilm X100. I can't get my head around to why the EXIF data does not show up for the images I post from the X100. 23 mm, ISO 200, f/2.0, 1/60 sec
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