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London group start DJ and band night in Camden

The Rifles to launch their own club night
The Rifles launch their new club night at London’s Proud on June 17.

Narrow Minded Social Club is named after one of the band's own songs, and will take place every month in the Camden venue.

Rifles guitarist Luke Crowther said: "We get so many requests from fans who are in bands asking if they can support us on tour so we thought it'd be a great idea to put the ones we like on at a monthly night of our own and have a big party afterwards."

The Rifles will be playing an acoustic set at the inaugural bash.

Jersey Budd and Strangeways will be playing and there will be DJ sets from The Rifles and Soul Boy Mystic Collective.

See Myspace.com/therifles for more information.

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