Club NME: You know we don't really like Club NME. Maybe we're being harsh, maybe we've just not been in the right mood or maybe we're just getting old, but every time we've been it has seemed to be full of really really drunk teenagers who are all just a little bit too messy. The thing is though, the DJs do play some corking tunes, and the clout of the NME means they book some brilliant bands. Case in point, New York group Morningwood played there earlier in the year and it was so good we couldn't talk for about five hours. Tonight London indie band The Suffrajets are playing and their September single Worthy has been on rather heavy rotation in the office since we got it. It's also the first time new bassist Lu will be joining the band after Vicki left yesterday.
Club NME is held at Koko, Camden from 9.30 till 4. Entry: £7, £5 b4 1130, NUS £4.
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Aftershow Club: A few months ago we went to the opening night of Aftershow club, a new disco night where the focus stays firmly away from cheese, instead concentrating on celebrating the glorious qualities of real disco music. Although not that busy, we had a brilliant time and we've been buying pots of glitter in preparation for our second visit tonight. Run by Stay Beautiful DJ and music journalist Simon Price, alongside theaudience's Billy Reeves, we promise you that if you go you will have a great time. Email firstname.lastname@example.org before 6pm to catch the £5 guestlist otherwise it's £8 on the door.
Aftershow is held at The Bullet Bar, Kentish Town from 8.30 till 2.
Frog: Keeping on the indie disco theme, Londonist favourites Boy Kill Boy make an appearance at staple Saturday night indie club Frog this week.
Frog is at Mean Fiddler on Charing X Road from 11 - 4am with £7 entry.
Together: Launched in the last year, monthly Turnmills Saturday nighter Together has been booking the names and packing in the numbers on a regular basis. While regular guests Fischerspooner aren't in attendance this month, the line-up is still top quality with 'dj most likely to win best hair award' David 'Fructa' Guetta headlining with a set of techno and new wave, alongside acid legend Josh Wink.