Everyone dressed up in their scariest costumes to see Fridge Magnets play Club NME KOKO’s Halloween Ball on the 26th. Click through for more pictures from the night…
Support act MT got the crowds warmed up before the main act Fridge Magnets hit the stage.
Support act MT didn’t disappoint and got into the spirit of Halloween with their costumes.
MT used many Halloween-inspired accessories during their set including a fake (we think…) meat cleaver.
Fake blood, painted faces and black masks were a big part of the Halloween themed night at Club NME KOKO, and we’re not just talking about the audience.
MT playing Club NME KOKO at the Halloween Ball before Fridge Magnets took to the stage.
Club NME KOKO’s resident DJ Alana B Devotion played a spine-tinglingly good set for the crowds at the Halloween Ball.
The crowd at Club NME KOKO went wild as Fridge Magnets, the band that NME Radar called “Scotland’s buzziest/drunkest band”, took to the stage.
Fridge Magnets are well known for their incredible gigs and have played ABC 2 and King Tuts, as well as supporting Calvin Harris, Alex Metric and The Japanese Popstars.
KOKO went all out with the spooky decorations for the Halloween Ball making sure that the whole club was turned into a graveyard.
Fridge Magnets won Best Electronic Act at this year’s Scottish Alternative Music Awards and the Electronic Music Maker Awards.
Huw Stephens, Annie Mac and Nick Grimshaw are all fans of Fridge Magnets.
Although the band attracted a lot of attention earlier in the year for their demos, including ‘Feeling Grows’, which made it onto the Radio 1 ‘In New Music We Trust’ playlist, ‘She Don’t Dance’ is their first ‘proper’ single.
Fridge Magnets are well known for their incredible gigs and have played ABC 2, King Tuts, Rockness, T In The Park and Belladrum. They’ve also supported Calvin Harris, Alex Metric and The Japanese Popstars.