£12.50 in advance, tickets on sale now.
The Club NME NYE Ball returns to KOKO to help you see in the new year in a suitably excitable fashion. With two of the best new bands of 2011 (soon to be the most talked about bands of 2012...) on the bill, along with the Club NME DJs that have kept you in musical heaven for the past 12 months, this will be the place to bid farewell to 2011.
Dog Is Dead have been on a steady course to our record collections for some time now. With singles including 'Glockenspiel Song' and 'Young' showing up on the Radio 1 playlist, slots at Glastonbury, Latitude and Underage Festival along with a super set at Club NME in September, these nu-folk types seem to be going places fast. And we're pretty sure we heard someone say 'the next Mumford & Sons'...
Swedish duo, Icona Pop, bring their electro pop delights to Club NME to help us see in 2012. After playing an amazing show at Club NME in September, the band return to wow us once more with their day-glo-paint-covered stage show.
After a stellar set at Club NME back in August, Camden favourite Caan returns to Club NME to help us see in the New Year. The former member of Ou Est Le Swimming Pool released his debut solo single this October, Now Hear This My Friends. His new material contains the elements of synthpop and electronica which made his name, but is also fleshed now with a wider range of influences, styles and genres - from drum and bass beats to garage rock - all underpinned with his soulful vocals.
Doors are 9pm, last entry is 11pm.