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Malmö club and concert tips: Friday, March 27

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15:14 CET+01:00
The Djungeltrumman club editor's tips.

High Five

Address: Debaser Malmö, Norra Parkgatan 2

7pm – 3am

Free entry until 10pm, 90 kronor later

Age: 20 and over

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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.

Tonight

Live at 10.30pm: Stockholm band Henry Fiats Open Sore. Support: Ditt Fel.

Rundgång på Retro!

Address: Retro, Norra Skolgatan 24

10pm - 3am

Free entry

Every second Friday, Rundgång - possibly the most pleasant record store in Möllan - takes over at Retro. Here they play anything and everything they have found in the store, which is usually a heady mix of old and new, new wave and rock, chart music and punk. If you would prefer to hang around in the courtyard or shuffle your feet down in the cellar, that's entirely up to you.

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.

More club tips at Djungeltrumman (In Swedish)

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