The Weekender Jan 25, 26, 27: Your Guide To Stockholm’s Weekend


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GIG: PINK MILK/ MOON MOUNTAIN
Heavy rock duo Pink Milk won themselves a lot of fans a couple years back with their debut album Purple, which got a 6/6 star review from Gaffa. Now they’re working their way back into their next release, so it’s time to see if they can replicate the success of Purple‘s grinding, gothic rock. They play live at Landet on Saturday, joined by Danish indie-pop band Moon Mountain. Ivy and Boys are on DJ duties.
Jan 26, 20:00-01:00, Restaurang Landet

PARTY: OLIVER TWIST ALL DAY PARTY
A lot of you are probably heading to Nöjesguiden’s Ölmässan on Saturday, but anyone who fancies getting the party started a little early can head down to Söder bar Oliver Twist, who’ll be having a pre-party from 12:00. And they’ll also be continuing after the Ölmässan closes down at 21:00, so hey, in effect an all day party.
Jan 26, 12:00-01:00, Oliver Twist

FASHION: SALIENT SELECTION
Slow fashion is intended basically as the countermovement to fast fashion, turning away from consumerism and sweatshop labour to environmentally and socially sustainable manufacture. Salient Selection is a new streetwear store that specialises in slow fashion, and on Saturday they’re relaunching and displaying new releases from their designers Rabbito and Eklund Eklund. Destination Unknown DJ.
Jan 26, 19:00-03:00, Konstfack

CLUB: MR TOPHAT & KLEERUP
Mr Tophat and Kleerup are big names in the Swedish dance music world, not least for their collaborations with Robyn, and on Saturday they’re teaming up for a DJ set at Taverna Brillo. You can catch them between 22:00 and 02:00.
Jan 26, 22:00-02:00, Bar Brillo

EXHIBITION: VÅRSALONGEN
Vårsalongen at Liljevalches is one of the most anticipated parts of the annual art calendar in the city. This year’s edition opens up in January, with 254 works on display from 136 participants, chosen from 3538 applications. Vårsalongen is notable for the range and variety of the works displayed – this year’s selection features 79 women and 57 men, artists ranging in age from 18 to over 90 and includes paintings, sculptures, textiles and more. Last year saw a record 122, 146 visitors, a record they’ll be looking to break this time out.
Vårsalongen, Liljevalches, opens Jan 25

Photo: Moon Mountain, by Cæcilie Tørnsø

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