Loading comments… Trouble loading? Retrieved 8 March Top 50 tracks of “. Thank you for supporting our work. Archived from the original on December 31, Like the song that bore his nickname, it captures the elusive feeling of having a supremely, impossibly good time. The video, which is an excerpt from the short film Whateverest , is centered a Norwegian man named Marius Solem Johanson, known by his internet alias “Inspector Norse”, and his passion for music and dancing.
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Dance music Electronic music features. Most observers assumed the title was a pun on the late TV detective and Terje’s Scandanavian origins, but the truth turns out to be far stranger. Retrieved 6 July See footnote for more information.
The video, which is an excerpt from the short film Whateverestis centered a Norwegian man named Marius Solem Johanson, known by his internet alias “Inspector Norse”, and his passion for music and dancing.
Alternately hilarious and heartbreaking, the film tracks Johansen down, and shows his peculiar life: The official music video for the song was uploaded on 19 June to Teeje ‘s YouTube channel.
This article was written in the belief that Whateverest is a genuine documentary when it is, in ins;ector, a mockumentary.
The Norwegian electronic producer made a covert appearance at No 1 last year — Robbie Williams sampled his track Eurodans on his omnipresent hit Candy — but Inspector Norse was more experimental. Views Read Edit View history.
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Adblock Plus Click the Inspextor Plus button on the top right of your browser’s toolbar addons and click Disabled on whosampled. And, weirdly, I also think the point about the final scene still holds: I wrote the piece above early last week and didn’t think any more about it, until a Norwegian journalist contacted me today. Whateverest is a mockumentary.
Archived from the original on December 31, We’ve detected that your browser isn’t showing ads. Top 50 tracks of “. If ads still aren’t showing, look into tweaking your browser settings so that they start to show. Slow-motion footage transforms a strange outsider into a kind of universal figure: Terje encountered him on YouTube, where Johansen had posted a video of himself dancing to Terje’s Eurodans, and another in which he explained how to make a nore drug called N-methylphenylpropanamine, or as he called it, Inspector Norse Special.
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Retrieved 8 March Musical inspiration seldom as improbable as the story detailed in Whateveresta minute film revealing the background to Todd Terje’s Inspector Norse. Topics Music documentary Critic’s notebook. His headphones on, he dances while shopping in a supermarket, between strikes at a bowling alley, while waiting for a bus and while riding a bike, the latter a pretty impressive feat to pull off.
This page was last edited on 23 Novemberat On one hand, Whateverest is a depressing film.