GIG: TILDE/ HANNAH SMALLBONE
Tilde was a fast-rising start in the Swedish pop scene a couple of years back, before serious illness forced her to put her career on hold. She moved to Spain and Latin America, became versed in jazz and the blues, and then made a triumphant return with her debut album Nothing Gold Can Stay last year. She brings its graceful, slow-burning jazzy pop to Landet on Saturday, with support from Hannah Smallbone.
Jan 12, 20:00-01:00, Landet
CLUB: LAIKA FRIDAYS
Electronica and techno come to Laika on Friday for their club night Laika Fridays. Linn Elisabet and Lioness bring their thumping sets to Laika’s chill, AW bar environment.
Jan 11, 21:00-01:00, Laika
CLUB: UNDER BRON
The rumours you might have heard were true. Under Bron has undergone a tweak recently, with the upstairs floor getting a rework and rebuild. And now they’re celebrating with a massive ‘new’ opening on Friday. Things kick off with a live set from Min Stora Sorg, and then DJs flood the venue for the rest of the night. Johanna Knutsson and Jessie Granqvist play back to back in the downstairs, with Kuf & Dold playing live, and Olof Dreijer (yes, of The Knife), Lotic, and Fatty take the new upstairs, with Tami T performing live. Natasa Marijana and Shewit Tesfagabreal play in the Nature Bar.
Anton Vidokle is an artist with an impressive CV, having founded the digital publishing platform e-flux way back in the early days of the internet in 1998. This new exhibition at Tensta Konsthall features three of his films that investigate the concept of Russian Cosmism, an early 20th century philosophical movement that took in a wide range of ideas and later influenced early Soviet cultural institutions. The films, under the title Immortality for All: A Film Trilogy on Russian Cosmism, will be shown along with sculptures by Arseny Zhilayev inspired by searches through Soviet museum archives.
Kosmism, Tensta Konsthall, on display until Jan 20 2019