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Dork Jukebox: Everything Everything, Glass Animals, Cassels and more

This week’s Jukebox is crammed, so we’ll let you get on with it, shall we?
Published: 7:49 pm, August 06, 2017
Dork Jukebox: Everything Everything, Glass Animals, Cassels and more
It’s that time again, Reader. It’s time for us to sift through the archives and pull all the tracks we’ve had on our stereo this week into one tidy, banger-filled playlist. So what have we got for you today? Well, so glad you asked. There’s new music from Cassels, Everything Everything, The War On Drugs, The Cribs, Weaves and loads more (seriously, LOADS. There’s a lot going on). On top of that, we’ve had videos from SZA, Manchester Orchestra, Fickle Friends, Frequency Cowboy, The Orwells, Husky Loops, Glass Animals, Sea Girls, DZ Deathrays, Jessie Ware, PVRIS, Lorde, and Father John Misty. Last but not least (never least, Dear Reader), on the live front we’ve had announces from Rae Morris, Kele Okereke, and Julian Casablancas + The Voidz, plus POND will be stopping by Rough Trade in London for a three date residency at the end of August. That’s one for the diaries.

This week’s Jukebox is crammed, so we’ll let you get on with it, shall we?


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