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Stockholm club and concert guide: August 21 - 25

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

Electro Dakar

The free Pop Dakar festival is taking a break for a year but the question is whether its replacement Dance Dakar may not be a tad more fun. The best up and coming electronic music artists meet on the grass outside Gula Villan before the autumn darkness descends.

Happy Mondays

Club fox Gustav Gelin is reviving his old idea of making Mondays a bit more fun. Joined at the DJ booth by his good friends, Gelin rings in the new wage packet with everything from the latest indie-electro mixes to old new wave, synth pop, shoegaze and west coast pop. Knast is the best living room this autumn.

Summer disco

Who said the summer was already over? Holiday are hosting a cracking party this evening. Appearing live are Ultracity, whose repertoire includes Jens Lekman remixes, while Hugo Capablanca and Ingrid from Berlin will make the marble terrace shake.

Bruno popaganda

Following the pop quizzes and Pacemaker DJ sessions of the Popaganda days at H&M in Brunogallerian, five unfeasibly talented DJ kids are getting ready to play Ljunggrens by night. It promises to be a phenomenal party. Risky Bizniz, Lisa Ambjörn, Filip Heim and Willem Demmers will be keeping things eclectic, electric and well-mixed.

Electromore

Don't Blame The Youth are playing Pleasant again. Mell-B is back, so there's bound to be lots of hard electro and French stuff, as well as metallic and edgy fare from Baltimore. The line-up is simply magnificent: Vem'Detta, Tripple T, Mell-B and Lenny Drama.

Barcelona party

LSB – Peter Herbert and BabyG—bring the best electronic dance music from London and Barcelona for night out at Berns organized by 24:hours. Andreas, Tooli, Kimkong and the others have done it again! Expect a great party.

Autumn is beginning to make its presence felt. Tonight sees the premiere of Curtis and Patti's new club CPMD in the basement at Morfar Ginko.

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