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Dork Jukebox: Matt Maltese, The Horrors, Estrons and more

On to the business of this week's bangers.
Published: 6:23 am, August 13, 2017
Dork Jukebox: Matt Maltese, The Horrors, Estrons and more
Now then, Reader. On to the business of the week’s bangers. It’s a good haul this week, even if we do say so ourselves. We’ve got new tunes from L.A Witch, The Horrors, The National, Alice Glass, New Carnival, Liam Gallagher, Queens of the Stone Age, Estrons, Suzi Wu, and Bad Nerves, plus Hinds have done a cover of ‘Caribbean Moon’ for our listening pleasure.

On top of that, our Matt Maltese announced a headline tour, plus Skepta, Baio, Bloody Knees, Tigercub, Sløtface, Thumpers, and Catholic Action all put out videos for us to watch with our eyes. Skepta even co-directed his, and set a room on fire in the process (don’t worry, no Skeptas were harmed in the making of the clip).

Oh, and our dearly departed faves The Maccabees are releasing a box set. Everyone will want to get their mitts on that.

Check everything out in this week’s playlist.

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