Marina And The Diamonds, Wolf Gang play NME Radar Live show

Gaggle also play the London Relentless Garage clubnight

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Marina And The Diamonds headlined the inaugural NME Radar Live gig at London's Relentless Garage venue last night (November 3), showcasing tracks from their recently-completed debut album 'The Family Jewels'.

The band, led by enigmatic frontwoman Marina Diamandis, ran through an eight-song set, with 'I Am Not A Robot' and 'Shampain' proving particularly popular with fans.

Marina And The Diamonds played:

'I Am Not A Robot'
'Space And The Woods'
'Mowglis Road'

Earlier Wolf Gang and Gaggle had also played the new talent showcase. See next week's issue of NME for more on the night plus check out NME.COM's Radar blog for the latest on the best new music around.

The monthly NME Radar Live clubnight is curated by NME to showcase the best in new music. Keep checking NME.COM for news on next month's NME Radar Live line-up.

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