May 8, 2007 23:18

Mother Mother to headline Club NME

Canadian collective bring folk-rock to LA

Mother Mother to headline Club NME
Mother Mother are set to headline Club NME Los Angeles with Fred Perry Subculture tomorrow night (May 9).

The Vancouver-based collective will bring their unique brand of folk rock replete with three-part harmonies and whimsical pop melodies to Club NME-goers. The band have previously opened for fellow Canadians The Dears.

Resident DJ Dia and surprise guest DJs will spin a mix of rock, electronica, punk and hip-hop before and after the set.

Club NME with Fred Perry takes place at Spaceland in the Silver Lake neighbourhood of Los Angeles every Wednesday night.

For more information, visit Myspace.com/clubnmela.

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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