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Malmö nightclub tips: Saturday, Nov 8

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Malmö nightclub tips: Saturday, Nov 8
16:24 CET+01:00
Stay in tune with what's happening in Malmö this Saturday with the aid of The Local and club pros Djungeltrumman.

Club Hepcat

Address: Tangopalatset, Amiralsgatan 47

8.30pm - 2am

120 kronor (members 100 kronor)

Age: 18 and over

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Dream yourself back to 1940s Harlem and dance 'til you sweat like there was no tomorrow among the alcohol fumes and smell of beer.

Tonight

Live: Nosey Joe & The Pool Kings

Pastell

Address: Babel, Spångatan 38

11pm - 3am

160 kronor (150 kronor if you pre-book)

Age: 20

Pastell aspires to be the colourful live club that gives you that little bit extra. With concert experiences in focus, it's no surprise that pop phenomena like Yelle and Sebastien Tellier have graced the Pastell stage. But club kids won't be disappointed either: once the artists have left the building guests are treated to an evening of the wonderful world of electro pop from the DJ booth.

Tonight

Disoc beats and bouncy pop as Australian band Cut Copy plays live. Support: Mercy Arms. Tickets from tickster.se and Folk å Rock.

Supersoul

Address: Debaser Malmö, Norra Parkgatan 2

3pm - 3am

90 kronor (free entry before 10pm)

Age: 20 and over

Funk, soul. afro and hip-hop against a backdrop of slide show images straight out of a 1970s acid trip. Supersoul's residents root around in their collective treasure chests and pull out the grooviest tracks from the last half century to get the dancefloor hopping and emotions running high. Heart and pain are never as dancy as they are at Supersoul.

Tonight

Brighton-based soul-electro group Hardkandy on stage at midnight.

More club tips at Djungeltrumman (In Swedish)

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