GIG: AMYL & THE SNIFFERS
No holds barred, sawn-shotgun punk rock has always been a proud Australian tradition, and Amyl & The Sniffers are the new big thing holding up that tradition. They’ve been a mullet-wearing hurricane on stages around the world for a while now, and they’re coming to Stockholm this weekend. Support comes from heavy-duty rockers Dead Vibrations and Kerosene Kream.
Apr 13, 19:00-03:00, Debaser Strand
FILM: MID90S PREMIERE PARTY
The 90s don’t have long until that decade’s days of gentile nostalgia fades into the black and white of real history, so they might as well make the most of it now. And they’ll have a chance at Bio Rio on Saturday, who have decided to use the showing of Jonah Hill’s new film Mid90s as an excuse to transform the place into a 90s party, with VJ Daniel Söderberg showing the decade’s best music videos. Post the film, there’s an after-party at Bar Brooklyn.
Apr 12, 18:30-21:30, Bio Rio
EXHIBITION: WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR
Coming from its cousin the National History Museum in London, Naturhistoriska is currently hosting the Wildlife Photographer Of The Year exhibition, featuring all the most spectacular nature photography from the competition’s 2018 edition. It’s on display until August, which includes this weekend.
Apr 12, 13, 14, Naturhistoriska
EXHIBITION: SHARON HAYES
The American activist and artist Sharon Hayes made her breakthrough back in the 90s with her performance tour ‘Lesbian Love Tour’, where she visited 45 lesbian living rooms across the US. Since then she’s made a career from her dynamic and innovative works, taking the intimate and performing it on improvised and public stages, like her piece Everything Else Has Failed! Don’t You Think It’s Time for Love?, which saw her perform love letters outside a bank in New York. This exhibition at Moderna Museet features performances, video pieces and photography.
Moderna Museet, opens Apr 13
Photo: Amyl & The Sniffers by Jamie Wdzjekonski