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Dork Jukebox: Wolf Alice, Pale Waves, Shame and more

Here we are again.
Published: 9:54 pm, September 23, 2017
Dork Jukebox: Wolf Alice, Pale Waves, Shame and more
Here we are again. All settled and comfortable, and ready for another edition of our famous Jukebox. So what have we got for you? Well, it’s a good thing you asked. There’s new tracks from Wolf Alice, Morrissey, Phobophobes, Shame, Gengahr, ROE, and Maggie Rogers, plus Arcade Fire were playing ‘Mind Games’ with us in their Spotify session this week when they covered Joh. Then there’s been live announces from Alvvays, Sea Girls, and Cloud Nothings , while At the Drive In and Death From Above doubled up for a run of co-headline dates, and IDLES, the Xcerts, and Francobollo have jumped on the bandwagon for Manchester’s Neighbourhood Festival.

What about videos, you ask? Well, how about Bjork, Isaac Gracie, Pale Waves, Muna, Metz, Blaenavon, Perfume Genius, Weaves, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, and Frightened Rabbit? All that, plus Bloxx played ‘Coke’ live in session. Phew.

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Love Fame Tragedy: "I just shove myself in a room, close the curtains, and freak out until something's there"
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Love Fame Tragedy: "I just shove myself in a room, close the curtains, and freak out until something's there"

It’s time for the debut album from Murph ‘from The Wombats’: Love Fame Tragedy has arrived.
Phoebe Bridgers: "It's more fun to be your entire self all the time"
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Phoebe Bridgers: "It's more fun to be your entire self all the time"

With a cast of collaborations that reads like a who’s who of modern alternative music and a debut album drowning in a sea of critical acclaim, Phoebe Bridgers has finally delivered her follow-up, 'Punisher'. No matter what the world throws up, there’s no stopping her now.
Dream Wife: "It was a real practicing-what-we-preach situation"
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Dream Wife: "It was a real practicing-what-we-preach situation"

One of punk-stroke-rock-stroke-pop’s most ferocious and well-loved bands, Dream Wife’s second album is no holds barred.
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