Time Out says
Every Croatian town should have an Azimut, a fun, unpretentious hangout in the city centre where you might come across an alternative live act, a DJ or an exhibition, all over the course of three days. What it probably won’t be is boring. Concerts are given by a broad range of Croatian performers. In December 2017 alone, these included Azimut hosted Zagreb’s radical, masked electropop band Nipplepeople, Šibenik four-piece heavy rock outfit Rival, and energetic soul-funk outfit Spectrum from Vodice, trombone, trumpet and all. Tucked in behind the waterfront near the Cathedral of St James, with its junkyard furniture and pretty inner courtyard, Azimut is an easily accessible and funky spot to spend an evening out, whatever the entertainment. Affordable drinks prices, too.