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Malmö club and concert tips: Friday, Jan 30

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Malmö club and concert tips: Friday, Jan 30
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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.

Tonight

DJ: Arvid Holm, aka Playspace. Competitve after work prrices on food and drink from 4pm to 9pm. Cocktails of the week: Rob Roy and Greyhound.

Debaser/Concert

Address: Debaser Malmö, Norra Parkgatan 2

7pm - 3am

90 kronor (free until 10pm)

Age: 18 and over

Bands are booked at Debaser at about the same rate as you might order a beer. In other words, Malmö's live scene has warmed up nicely since Debaser arrived on the scene.

Tonight

Live: UK legends Mark E Smith & Ed Blaney from The Fall. DJs: Jocke from Dipper and Sci-fi.

First Class Riot

Address: Kulturbolaget, Bergsgatan 18

11.30pm - 4am

60 kronor (20 kronor before 12.30)

Age: 18 and over

Website

What do Daft Punk, Hanson, Stone Roses and Broder Daniel have in common? Maybe not so much at first glance, but they are all artists you can expect to hear at First Class Riot. It's all about pop music here, with the occasional bit of soul, rock, hip hop slipping through the cracks as the exception that proves the rule.

Tonight

DJs: Daniel Novakovic & Johan Barrander

Underlandet

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.

Tonight

Live: Malmö band The Luxe

More club tips at Djungeltrumman (In Swedish)

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