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5 things to do in week 45…Stockholm edition

5 things to do in week 45…Stockholm edition

11.11.2016

unge-ferrari

What?
Unge Ferrari + LASH + DJ Black Barbie. During the last couple of years we’ve been fed by great new Nordic hip hop talents, and Norwegian rapper Unge Ferrari is on of them. Even though he’s now been around for a while he’s still somewhat of a newcomer, but a tremendous one at that. His debut album was released in 2015 and he’s also received a nomination as This Year’s Newcomer by Norwegian P3. Unge Ferrari has been acknowledged by the Norwegian music press as well as the listening crowd. Also playing this evening are the sisters Sabina ans Anfa Lashari of LASH and DJ Black Barbie.
Where?
Debaser Strand.
How much?
FREE until 9 o’clock, 120 SEK after that.

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11.11.2016

roni-size

What?
Roni Size + KRUST. Roni Size builds something different from something already existing – he knows how to transform underground electronic music into big, onstage live performances. DJ Krust has been Roni Size’s partner in crime for a long time and in 1994 they started Full Cycle Recordings, together with Suv and Die. This Friday night the two drum ‘n’ base legends are playing together at Slakthuset.
Where?
Slakthuset.
How much?
170 SEK – buy tickets here.

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12.11.2016

mick-jenkins

What?
Mick Jenkins + Jay Prince. Mick Jenkins is a part of the hip hop-collective Free Nation, also consisting of Prop, Burman, J-Stock, and Maine The Saint. The collective promotes creative thought. But Mick Jenkins has been doing really great on his own as well, after dropping a few mixtapes and an EP, the longed-for debut album was finally released this autumn. See him live on Saturday with Jay Prince as support.
Where?
Debaser Strand.
How much?
220 SEK – buy ticket here.

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12.11.2016

post-pines

What?
Post Pines + Skymning. Experience slow, melancholic and somewhat ambient music when Post Pines are performing live at Morfar Ginko, with their debut EP Past Eyes. Also a dj-set from Skymning, who are releasing their first EP as well.
Where?
Morfar Ginko.
How much?
FREE!

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13.11.2016

idris-ackamoor-the-pyramids

What?
Idris Ackamoor & The Pyramids. Idris Ackamoor founded the Pyramids in the early 70s, they spent a few years of the funky decade touring around in Africa. The band has now been at it for quite some time, and in May this year they released their new album We Be All Africans, where they mix afro-inspired beats and jazz together into an excellent blend.
Where?
Fasching.
How much?
220 SEK – buy tickets here.

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