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Malmö club and concert tips: Saturday, Jan 31

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Malmö club and concert tips: Saturday, Jan 31
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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

Deep, dark, soulful and beautiful house from Sicknote. Cocktails of the week: Rob Roy and Greyhound.

So tough, so cute!

Address: Retro, Norra Skolgatan 24

11pm – 3am

Free entry

Age: 20 and over

Website

An indie party means lots of looking out from under a fringe, slightly spastic dance moves and, of course, wonderful pop music. The club aspiring to be tough and cute at the same time plays twee, indie, new wave, soul and everything else that falls under the category sugary and obscure. Sharpen your mascara, slip on your Allstars, and head for Retro.

Tonight

Post punk and new wave special.

Soulstickan

Address: Babel, Spångatan 38

10pm - 3am

130 kronor plus service charge (prebook with Tickster)

Age: 20 and over

Website

Soulstickan is: a house band, Möllan MusicBox + DJ + guest artist. When the three interact, the result - a neo-soul-jazz-hip-hop melting pot - will spread joy among all the city's funky ladies and soulful gents.

Tonight

Soulful Brit Omar and his band. Support: Jonas (DK).

More club tips at Djungeltrumman (In Swedish)

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