The Weekender Nov 23, 24, 25: Your Guide To Stockholm’s Weekend

Austin Maloney
Posted 3 weeks ago in More

Weekend
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GIG: MISTY COAST/ BENZ
Misty Coast is the project of Norwegian duo Linn Frøkedal and Richard Myklebust, and they’ve established a musical style that drifts from dream-rock to hard-edged shoegaze. Their second album Melodaze is coming out next year, and ahead of that they’re playing their first Swedish show at Landet on Saturday. They’re joined here on support by rising Malmö star Benz.

Nov 24, 20:00-01:00, Landet

GIG: MAKEOUT POINT
There’s more fuzz over at Bar Brookyn on Saturday, as Makeout Point take to the stage. The band have been releasing grunge-tinged indie tracks for a while now, and now they’ve just released their debut EP Dear Audrey on Youth Recordings. They bring it to life live at the release fest from 20:00.

Nov 24, 18:00-03:00, Bar Brooklyn

SALE: BEYOND RETRO
Vintage chain Beyond Retro are officially becoming a teenager, turning thirteen this weekend. And with that, they’re celebrating by having a big sale. Cheap prices on Beyond Retro gear at their Garage Sale this weekend, taking place in a locale on Sergelgatan on Friday and Saturday.
Nov 23-24, 10:00-18:00, Sergelgatan 16-18

MARKET: PEASFUL CHRISTMAS MARKET
Perched on a peak high on Södermalm, vegetarian restaurant Hermans has long been a mecca for all things plant-based. And they’ll continue to be this Sunday, when they host a vegan Christmas market. You can expect everything from cookbooks to candy to crafts to vegan cheese, it’s all on offer.
Nov 25, 11:00-16:00, Hermans

EXHIBITION: KOSMISM
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.
Nov 23, 24, 25, Tensta Konsthall

Photo: Misty Coast press

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