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Dork Jukebox: Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Estrons, Pumarosa and more

We told you it was a big week. Catch up on all that with our latest Jukebox.
Published: 9:54 pm, September 30, 2017
Dork Jukebox: Yeah Yeah Yeahs,  Estrons, Pumarosa and more
Are we ready? Another big one this week, folks. There’s new tracks from Tigercub, Shopping, Ezra Furman, Bully, Estrons, Run the Jewels, First Aid Kit, Weird Sex, and Banks, plus Blaenavon shared their cover of ‘Sign of the Times’. Then we’ve got videos from Milk Teeth, DZ Deathrays, Wolf Alice, The Horrors, Boniface, Pumarosa, Grizzly Bear, The Xcerts, and Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile.

On the live front, there’s been announcements from the likes of Dua Lipa, Chloe Howl, Friendly Fires, Jorja Smith, Bon Iver, Patrick Wolf, The Go! Team, and Lana Del Rey. On top of all that, Blossoms have signed on to open up Neighbourhood festival with an acoustic set, Yeah Yeah Yeahs are reissuing their debut album, and we’re getting set to wave goodbye to both Tall Ships and Wild Beasts.

We told you it was a big week. Catch up on all that with our latest Jukebox.


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