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5 things to do in week 42…Stockholm edition

5 things to do in week 42…Stockholm edition

18.10.2016

fny-shangri-la

What?
F.N.Y. Songwriter and producer Fanny Hultman sings freely in Swedish about sexuality. The debut EP came in the beginning of June this year, and on October 18th her new single AV/PÅ will be released. With electronic pop compared with explicit and open lyrics, F.N.Y feels like a fresh addition to the Swedish music scene.
Where?
LAIKA.
How much?
FREE!

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19.10.2016

wintergatan

What?
Wintergatan. Wintergatan was founded in 2011 by Detektivbyrån-member Martin Molin. The band brings you grand instrumental music where the band members play several different instruments, amongst some of them are rare or self-made. With a beautiful sound it’s bound to be a cozy gig.
Where?
Debaser Strand.
How much?
220 SEK – buy tickets here.

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21.10.2016

makthaverskan

What?
Makthaverskan + HOLI. The Gothenburg-based band Makthaverskan creates substantial music to the indie scene. The band was founded in 2008 by friends Hugo Randulv and Andreas “Palle” Wettmark, and has since then released two full albums on the record label Luxury. They have been touring around in USA and Europe, and the Wednesday gig at Debaser Medis will be their biggest one of this fall, with support from HOLI.
Where?
Debaser Medis.
How much?
150 SEK.

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21.10.2016

solarium-taurus-ii

What?
Solarium + Taurus II. Multifaceted electronic music at the cozy Latin American restaurant Cantina Real!
Where?
Cantina Real.
How much?
FREE!

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21.10.2016

snackbreak-sthlm-trainspotters

What?
Trainspotters. Swedish rap duo Trainspotters was founded in Umeå and consist of Erik Hörstedt (Rewind) and Hannes Sigrell (George Kaplan). The duo has been active since 2004 and their debutalbum Dirty North got a P3 Guld-nomination for the “This years’ Hip Hop/Soul”-category. Also on the agenda for the night is a screening of the movie “Deviate”, the third film from Snackbreak STHLM, with snowboarders from Finland, Sweden, Canada and Australia.
Where?
Slakthuset.
How much?
FREE until 11 o’clock.

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