23:d of April at Kontext Norragrängesbergsg. 19 at 8pm

The last Cafe Montag for the season equals GRAND FINALE!

(we will be back in late oktober)

day: Monday 23th of april

time: 8pm

place: Kontext, Norragrängesbergsgatan 19

On stage:

Kathrine Brucker - talks about BONGODOX - a video documentary project in Tanzania. A group of young people from a local NGO have received basic video training and are now using film to raise awareness and urge citizens to give their views on HIV/AIDS and environmental problems."


GNU - Awsome young rookie-band "popkollo-represent!" (girlsrockcamp)

Funked Up - Young band explodes in a passionate grand mixture of styles and sounds. Pretty funked up that is.


Orlando Jimmy Åkesson Bohm - Fantastic anarcho-queer gamegeek poet

Birds on Clouds - At last the full content of the sevenpeopleband - gives mellow pop.

Ida Eriksson - graduationconsert of the no.1 Nyckelharpa virtuoso, and band.

Bring your instruments and make your own toilettsession with your friends!

Be a part of the "toalettsessions" internet-movement! Filmed by the original toalettsessionfilmer - Johan Nilsson



The one-of-a-kind audioinstallation/ coffeebar invades the Kontext kitchen.

Contactmics on the espressomachine gives music and free coffee to the beloved Montag-audience!


with love/ team Montag

1st of November 2010: WOW!

What an amazing night this was! once again we were totally packed out and "standing room only" in our new home at Pub Rex, but with good reason, such a stellar line-up only deserves a stellar-sized crowd. Holding down the wheels of steel for the evening, DJ Do The Math sailed us through the uncharted waters of his impressive collection of wax, with a "anything goes" style that genre-stepped like a musical time machine!

The night kicked off with a set of well-selected covers by Martin Lundblad, complimenting Damien Jurado, Neil Young and Tom Petty classics with his own twist and excellent voice. Next up the the newly-re-located "stage", Albin Balthasar entertained us with some witty and maybe slightly self deprecating poetry (what true comic doesn't have at least a little bone to pick with themselves?), leading way to some smooth piano-crooning on Rex's house spinnet from walk-in performer Andreas. We were all bracing ourselves for returning friends White Trash Family, who delivered nothing short of a spectacle with their well-tuned blend of traditional Russian gypsy-folk and punk grit, enough so that they managed to whip the crowd into a FRENZY of dancing and clapping! A tough act to follow, but "pshaw!" said Malmö's best-kept secret, The Nykels, who took us all under their rock 'n' roll spell with an amazing set of far-out sounds. channeling such disparate sounds as Half Japanese, The Modern Lovers, Teenage Jesus & The Jerks & West African Highlife music in one set is no easy feat, but they pulled it off with effortless ease and one GIANT microphone! closing out another perfect night of monday blues-curing curiosities, il maestro Patrick Högberg once again slayed us with a set of heart-filled love songs and important historical data from his ever-growing songbook.

thanks for joining us and to all the performers, we'll be back with another great monday next week!

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