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Stockholm club and concert guide: June 19 - 25

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Stockholm club and concert tips from Kalendarium (Click links for more information)

Time for Revolution:

Mark Seven redefines most everything and pumps deep disco at Laroy's Revolution night. We call it daring. Kudos to those who raise the excitement levels in Stockholm's nightlife. Thanks Mark and Spyan!

Bearded disco

Norway's most bearded disco guy Prins Thomas pays a visit to the Holiday gang at F12 on Terassen tonight. Dance under the heavens till the train departs for Dalarna!

Fidget house: Dbty himself calls himself Stockholm's fidget housemaster. Tripple T claims to own most of the world's Crookers-remixes and Vem-Detta deserves a BA degree for his knowledge of The Scene. Even Lenny Drama's Brazilian baile funk is housed up. Go to Pleasant on Saturday!

Touch of genius

Ivy League popsters Vampire Weekend, disco

hipsters Hercules and Love Affair and our own melodious genius El Perro Del Mar. Summer's best concert bookings on day two of Accelerator.

Fussball:

Ugglan follows the flow in its completely unique way during the football season. Wednesday sees version two of the club's "Soundtrack To Football" with a live mix of the evening's semi finals in Euro 2008. By and with Jean-Louis Huhta of the Skull Defekts.

Outdoors:

Spy Bar (yes, there's been a lot of Spy Bar in this posting), opens its outdoor bar from Wednesday next week. Leather sofas, two bars, open till 5am, greenery and mellow house. Drop by at least once this summer.

Sunday hangout:

Mosebacke churns out Sunday Crunk with troubadour Peter Faxvall. He is accompanied by pop artist Lisa Lindal, followed by experienced DJ Dake. If you are tired of the archipelago and the Swedish herring, drop by the party and enjoy the long weekend's final evening out.

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