Svaj

Svaj Musikfik

Anna Öström’s (Anaya) was one of the founders and owners of the DJ-cafe and record store Svaj Musikfik at Bjurholmsgatan 18 in Stockholm. Svaj became the meetingpiont daytime for the club scene 2002-2006 and during the years there were more than 500 DJs and live artists playing in the venue.

Svaj crew: Anna Öström, Andreas Hellström and Ola Jönsson. People helping us in the cafe: Joel Junsjö, Albion Venables, Daniel Savio, Frans Carlqvist, Malika, Anna Gavanas, Anna Foxdal, Ellen Wästfeldt, Björn Berglund, Sol Andersson, Patrik & Kalle, Jessica Ahokangas, Gabriella Irebjer, David Mobrand, Joel Dittrich and Fredrik Stjärne. Record store: Ivan Alfaro, Svaj and Thomas.

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Videos from Svaj Musikfik

Check out the videos by one of our Svaj residents SMUTS (Johannes Ahlberg, Johan Thunberg & Max Sokoleski):

Indigotravel at Svaj 2005:

Rebus live at Svaj 2004:

DJ Documentary 2002 NYC & Sthlm: Crossfaders

Svaj 2-years Party

In September 2004 Anna Öström (Anaya) organised Svaj 2 years Party at Mondo, Medborgarplatsen, in Stockholm. About 60 artists and friends participated during the night (Live acts, DJs, Street Art artists, VJs, helping hand etc) and it was certainly a night to remember.

Artists: Hundarna från Söder, Sophie Rimheden, Pavan, Engine One, Smuts, Miss Dilemma, Aleks P, Mr Velcro Fastener (FIN), Trickykid & Fonetik, DJ Paizan, Ziggy, Knivflickan, Ana International Penetrator, Ola J, Akakij, Gena, Anders Åkergren, Axel Boman, Malika, Axel Heijken, Lady Sun, Wonderboy, Mek One & Mc Slim, Dolphin, Wriggle, Perra, Karin Ek, Björn Berglund, Mika, Henri Seng and more….

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Svaj Klubb

When Anna Öström (Anaya) and Ola Jönsson closed Svaj Music Cafe they opened Svaj Klubb that was running twice a month during 2006-2007 at K2 in Stockholm. Resident VJ: Joel Dittrich.

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Svaj BAR

In 2004/05 Anna Öström (Anaya) and Ola Jönsson were running Svaj BAR in a basement at Bondegatan in Stockholm.

 

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