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Weekend Wrap

Spring sounds, screens and design for the ages

There’s a sense of optimist longing in accordionist Teija Niku’s new album ‘In the moment’.

Kelly Davidson

Musicians find a sweet spot this week as the gaming scene gathers praise and funding. Take a look at recent creativity from a Finnish perspective.

The Finnish gaming scene pushes on with fresh capital. (Photo: Superplus Games) Read Venture Beat’s story

ALMA’s new song is a mood boost, according to Vogue. (Photo: PME) Read Vogue’s story

Finnish short film Forgotten Kiss is from another reality. (Photo: TheaterVR) Read Venture Beat’s story

Sound pioneer Sasu Ripatti’s early production has stayed relevant. (Photo: Vladislav Delay) Read Resident Advisor’s story

Timo Lassy’s special night at Savoy is out on double vinyl. (Photo: Maarit Kytöharju) Read theartdesk.com’s story

Moominvalley is bound for Nordic coverage. (Photo: Moomin Characters) Read our Daily Brief

Sit back and enjoy these Finnish sofa concerts. (Photo: Antti Kokkola) Read This is Finland’s story

What does Iron Danger even mean? (Photo: Action Squad Studios) Read Eurogamer’s story

Mikko Pöllä’s comedy Perfect Commando sees an American guy end up in the Finnish military service. (Photo: Elisa) Read Cineuropa’s story

Made by Choice brings form for the ages. (Photo: Perttu Saksa) Read Design Milk’s story

By: Samuli Ojala