The Weekender Mar 2, 3, 4: Your Guide To Stockholm’s Weekend

Austin Maloney
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GIG: MELBY/ KLUSTER
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‘s indie clubnight has returned this weekend, with a Rama Lama Records double-bill. Their latest signings, indie-jazz genre-benders Kluster are the opening act, and indie-rock four-piece Melby are headlining. HYMN writers are on DJ duties.

Mar 2 @ 2100, Södra Teatern

FILM: SAMMY DAVIS JR
We’ve already met Cinema Africa ahead of their festival, and Doc Lounge Stockholm are helping them out this weekend and teaming up for the showing of the Sammy David Jr documentary I’ve Gotta Be Me. Naturally for a Sammy David Jr event, Fasching is the venue, and there’ll be live jazz before and after the showing.

Mar 4 @ 1200, Fasching

CLUB: DISCOLAIKA
DJ trio Gyoekeres / Eddestaal / Boman are taking over at Laika on Friday, playing old-school disco, soul and acid. Joining them as a special guest is Copenhagen DJ Frederik Tollund, who promises “planned and unplanned detours into afrobeat, italo, house and library music”.

Mar 2 @ 2100, Laika

MARKET: FEMINISTISK MARKNAD
Feminisitsk Marknad is back this weekend, and this time they’re at Nalen. Lady Dahmer, Nattskiftet, Jessica Hallbäck, Fanny Åström and Feministsmeden are some of the designers with wares on sale, and there’ll be beer and coffee available on-site.
Mar 4 @ 1100, Nalen

CLUB: ACIDEUH
Acid music is the name of the game at Morfar Ginko on Saturday. Konrad Ilke is live and Linn Elisabet and VBC from Vibrance Records DJ.
Mar 3 @ 2100, Morfar Ginko

Photo: Melby by Austin Maloney

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