The Strokes guest at Club NME Los Angeles

Super star DJs line-up for opening night

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The Strokes' Fab Moretti is set to DJ on the opening night of Club NME LA on September 6.

The drummer will be joined by Charlatans singer Tim Burgess and Har Mar Superstar.

The Indie 103 presents Club NME takes place at Spaceland in Silverlake, Los Angeles. Entry costs $8, falling to $3 after midnight.

For a chance to win ten pairs of tickets to the star-studded night, just email and the first ten people to enter will win!

As previously announced by NME.COM, The Grates will play a headlining set at the club.

Meanwhile The Kooks are confirmed to play the night on October 25, The Tyde and Japanese Motors on September 13 and The Presets and Fields will play on September 20.

Go to for details about the night, plus check out NME.COM/CLUBNME for information on other Club NME nights around the world.

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