Not just a record shop to seek out vintage vinyl and classic folk/rock in CD form for nostalgia’s sake. In addition to having a two-story display area of your favorite tunes from years gone by, Folk å Rock is also running a favorite café to enjoy Swedish beers and a well-rated lunch operation. It’s a place you can bring the kids and won’t break the bank either; you’ll find yourself well pleased by the unique atmosphere provided by this establishment. It is located in the bustling area of Lilla Torg, which can get a bit touristy at times, but doesn’t take away from what Folk å Rock has to offer.
They also hold live shows with local or traveling artists on occasion after- hours. If you’re a fan of small, intimate concerts, we recommend checking out their website or calendar to see when you can come, enjoying a cold beer, and drink this small establishment’s unique ambiance.
Among the most critical aspects Folk å Rock has to offer are the employees. While you are there, be sure to speak with the friendly and well-trained staff regarding tunes or musical styles you’ve yet to sample. I promise it will be a lot more personal and enjoyable than putting on a Spotify playlist. It’s quite refreshing to meet a polite response when asking to use the Wi-Fi or the washroom, and not be asked to purchase something beforehand. More businesses in Malmo have a lot to learn from Folk å Rock, where people (and music, of course) come first.