Danish names are fascinating. Take, Søren Løkke Juul, for example. It’s an audio-visual treat. But if your goal is to make a career in the international pop business, it might be wiser to go with something simpler, which is why Søren Løkke Juul now calls himself Indians. There’s a hint of the Flaming Lips in the music here and an echo of Bon Iver can be heard as well, but the just-released Indians album, Somewhere Else, shows that Søren Løkke Juul is pure Copenhagen. As The Economist states in its cover story this week, the Nordics are worth watching, reading, listening to and learning from.