- Artists like Young Marco, Beverly Glenn-Copeland and Sadar Bahar appeared at the venue.
Hosoi, the Swedish listening bar, has closed down at its current location.
Located within Stockholm's Hotel At Six, the listening bar turned three years old just as the pandemic shut down nightlife across Europe. Hosoi initially closed on March 14th. Over its run, the listening bar, outfitted with custom KRS speakers, McIntosh amps, a Condesa mixer and other audiophile kit hosted DJ sets and live performances from the likes of Beverly Glenn-Copeland, Vladimir Ivkovic, Sadar Bahar, Mary Lattimore, Young Marco, Suzanne Kraft and Suzo Saiz, among others.
"Today, the aftermath of this past year have sadly given me no other alternative than to move out and permanently close Hosoi," read a statement on the venue's Instagram. "Instead 2021 will be the year of new beginnings and all my energy will be geared towards relocating and the reopening of a new Hosoi. At this given moment I'm negotiating with real estate companies that have shown a positive interest to support culture and Hosoi on the quest of finding a new space in Stockholm to call its home."
Check out a live recording of Vladimir Ivkovic DJing at Hosoi.