CSS, Horrors, Foals for London Halloween bash

Bands set to DJ in the Scala venue

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CSS, The Horrors and Foals are set to play DJ sets at the Together Halloween Horror Show at the London Scala venue on October 25.

The bands are among a slew of disc spinners who will play across various rooms at the bash including Streetlife, Hannah Holland and Deadly Rhythm Club Soundsystem. The Mouth will play live.

As well as the DJs, entertainment on offer will include films projections and free face painting and haircuts.

The event finishes at 6am (BST) on the morning of October 26. See Together-club.co.uk for more details.

To check the availability of Together Horror Show tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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