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November 2019

Dork Jukebox: INHEAVEN, The Big Moon, Beck and more

It’s another big week, this, so make yourself a cuppa and settle in.
Published: 9:54 am, August 27, 2017
Dork Jukebox: INHEAVEN, The Big Moon, Beck and more
All right, so we know that it’s Reading and Leeds weekend, but the Banger Bus rumbles on. We’ve got tunes to attend to, and all of the events of the last seven days to chat about. It’s another big week, this, so make yourself a cuppa and settle in. Lovely.

This week we’ve got new ‘uns from Jorja Smith, The Rhythm Method, Marmozets, INHEAVEN, Anna of the North, and Beck to name a few, plus videos from the likes of The Big Moon, The War On Drugs, Diet Cig, Carly Rae Jepsen and many more. There’s even a double dose of the Killers, because they’ve been hyper-productive and released not only the title track of their new album ‘Wonderful Wonderful’, but also the video for previous single ‘Run For Cover’ as well.

Everything Everything lead the charge on the live front, followed by everyone everyone (get it?) with further live announcements from British Sea Power, The Amazons, Rat Boy, Pixx, The Night Cafe, Paramore, Declan McKenna, Kasabian, and Idles.

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