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Malmö club and concert tips: Friday, Nov. 28

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Malmö club and concert tips: Friday, Nov. 28
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The Djungeltrumman club editor's tips.

Café Rasoir

Address: Café le fil du rasoir, Norra Vallgatan 62

9pm – 1am

Free entry until 10pm, 90 kronor later

Age: 20 and over

This French-sounding gem is located right down at the bottom of the Hotel Savoy. The club has attracted work weary Malmö residents for atmospheric tête à têtes over a glass of red wine. Given that it's a steakhouse, there are oysters, snails and entrecôte on offer. But you can just as easily go there to enjoy a classic cocktail in the award-winning bar section. By night this is a meting place for the city's representative's of bohemian chic, discussing important matters in the glow of candlelight.


RevK is kicking off with jazz from the 30s and 40s before easing into more modern, discoesque rhythms. Don't miss the after work session from 4pm to 9pm. Free finger food and attractive prices at the bar.

High Five

Address: Debaser Malmö, Norra Parkgatan 2

7pm – 3am

Free entry until 10pm, 90 kronor later

Age: 20 and over


High Five aspires to be that house party you later wish you'd never left. A group of friends taking turns playing their favourite records, inviting their favourite bands to play, and drinking a toast to happy times. Be prepared for indie, punk, rock and a twist of pop, as well as quality movies on the big screen and a music quiz at around 9 o'clock.


Live: Fucked Up (CA). Support: Sista Sekunden.


Address: Inkonst, Bergsgatan 29

11pm - 3am

200 kronor (or pre-book at Impala for 150 kronor)

Age: 18 and over

British underground music has made its way into the Malmö club scene by means of Raw opening its doors to the heaviest dubstep, the dirtiest garage and the toughest grime.


Two of the biggest names in UK funky house: DJ NG and MC Versatile.


Address: Brogatan, Brogatan 12

11pm - 3am

Free entry

Where Alice in Wonderland hunts a rabbit, club manager Emil Broomé in Wonderland hunts disco. When you've finished your botanic experimentation among the fine selection of beers upstairs, it's time to go down to the cellar, sorry - Wonderland - and hypno-dance to obscure disco. Then it's time for an after-party with the author with the bushy hair.


Guest DJ: Anton Qlint (Tiedye/Västkustska ryggdunkarsällskapet, GBG)

Wazzup Rockers

Address: Babel, Spångatan 38

8pm - 3am

Free entry until 10pm, 80 kronor after

Age: 20 and over

If you're looking for disco, reggae, cooking, rock and global pop music, you've come to the right place. The club is run by veterans Jonas from Falun and Oscar Villata, as well as all-rounders Filippa Freijd and Shirin B. With this motley crew behind the wheel, things can only go fantastically well. Things always kick off at 8pm with food and a cheap bar.

More club tips at Djungeltrumman (In Swedish)

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