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The Halloween Ball At Club NME KOKO

  • 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...

    Photo: Simon Kallas

    Added: 31 Oct 2012

  • Support act MT got the crowds warmed up before the main act Fridge Magnets hit the stage.

    Photo: Simon Kallas

    Added: 31 Oct 2012

  • Support act MT didn't disappoint and got into the spirit of Halloween with their costumes.

    Photo: Jon Terry

    Added: 31 Oct 2012

  • MT used many Halloween-inspired accessories during their set including a fake (we think...) meat cleaver.

    Photo: Jon Terry

    Added: 31 Oct 2012

  • 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.

    Photo: Simon Kallas

    Added: 31 Oct 2012

  • MT playing Club NME KOKO at the Halloween Ball before Fridge Magnets took to the stage.

    Photo: Simon Kallas

    Added: 31 Oct 2012

  • Club NME KOKO's resident DJ Alana B Devotion played a spine-tinglingly good set for the crowds at the Halloween Ball.

    Photo: Simon Kallas

    Added: 31 Oct 2012

  • 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.

    Photo: Simon Kallas

    Added: 31 Oct 2012

  • 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.

    Photo: Jon Terry

    Added: 31 Oct 2012

  • Despite the scary Halloween theme to the evening it seems the crowds we're anything but unhappy about the performances.

    Photo: Simon Kallas

    Added: 31 Oct 2012

  • KOKO went all out with the spooky decorations for the Halloween Ball making sure that the whole club was turned into a graveyard.

    Photo: Jon Terry

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  • Fridge Magnets won Best Electronic Act at this year's Scottish Alternative Music Awards and the Electronic Music Maker Awards.

    Photo: Jon Terry

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  • Huw Stephens, Annie Mac and Nick Grimshaw are all fans of Fridge Magnets.

    Photo: Jon Terry

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  • 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.

    Photo: Jon Terry

    Added: 31 Oct 2012

  • 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.

    Photo: Simon Kallas

    Added: 31 Oct 2012