Datarock to headline Club NME tomorrow

Norwegian 'new ravers' hit LA

Datarock to headline Club NME tomorrow
Datarock are set to headline Club NME Los Angeles with Fred Perry Subculture tomorrow night (March 28).

The Norwegian 'new rave' band known for dressing in matching red hoodies and dark glasses will headline the Club NME show after making a splash Austin's South by Southwest Festival earlier in the month.

Promising London quartet Scanners will support.

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.

Next Wednesday (April 4), Russian-born, San Francisco-based Persephone's Bees are set to headline Club NME LA with Fred Perry Subculture.

For more information, visit Myspace.com/clubnmela.

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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