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April’s Club Uncut will be headlined by Port O’Brien. The nautically-obsessed Californians drop anchor at London’s Borderline on April 6.

Support on the night comes from Laura Gibson. Tickets are £9.50, available from seetickets.com.

A reminder, too, that our May Club Uncut will feature Endless Boogie. That one is on May 12, Upstairs @ The Relentless Garage in London.

Tickets cost £7, and are available from seetickets.com.

To read more about Endless Boogie, click here.

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