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Malmö club and concert tips: Saturday, March 28

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The Djungeltrumman club editor's tips.

Backlash

Address: Babel, Spånggatan 38

11pm - 3am

100 kronor

Age: 20 and over

Are you looking for a night out with a glass of red wine and some nondescript lounge music? Then Backlash is not for you. Everybody else can celebrate the fact that Staffan (Drama!) has started a club where dance takes centre stage. The music is untz in its purest form: messy electro, noisy techno, and powerful ghetto. Reclaim the dance floor!

Tonight

DJs: Duke Dumont (Turbo/UK), Staffan Lindberg, Mona Masri (Din Gata), Dj Suuz & Dj Rome (La Onda/Smutsiga Södern/A-Team).

So tough, so cute!

Address: Retro, Norra Skolgatan 24

11pm – 3am

Free entry

Age: 20 and over

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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.

Swim Fast Club

Address: Debaser Malmö, Norra Parkgatan 2

7pm - 3am

Free entry before 10pm, 90 kronor after

Age: 20 and over

Website

It's not easy to keep up with Swim Fast Club. With a sixth sense that borders on the supernatural, the club is always first with the latest. Apart form finding out all about what's going on, Swim Fast also ensures plenty of ecstatic dancing to its more or less patented mix of electro and indie.

Tonight

Pop party guaranteed. Live: Suburban Kids With Biblical Names. DJs: Johnny Essing (Bob Hund), Douglas (Kopia/Testbild) and Antonia (Komon).

More club tips at Djungeltrumman (In Swedish)

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