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Live at Leeds

Live at Leeds is taking over Dork today, 'FYI'

There'll be all sorts of features and goodies, plus a Dork Radio takeover.
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Published: 9:00 am, April 11, 2019
Live at Leeds is taking over Dork today, 'FYI'

It's time to start getting excited, Dear Reader. We're less than a month away from the unofficial start of our 2019 festival season. That May Day Bank Holiday weekend means one thing - Live At Leeds. Packed with (literally) hundreds of the best new bands on the planet, it sees one of the country's most vibrant creative cities turned into a mecca of buzz, hype and awesome live music.

To celebrate, we're holding a special Live At Leeds takeover. Over the course of the day (11th April 2019, in case you're coming to this late - Ed), we'll be bringing you all kinds of stuff from and about the acts playing this year's event. 

Alongside new features, interviews and previews throughout, there's also a 12 hour long takeover of Dork Radio, where we'll be playing out tracks from bands playing the festival back to back.

If you're going, it'll help you plan out those all-important spreadsheets. If you've not yet picked up your tickets - well, what are you waiting for? You can grab 'em here, right now.

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A pop star’s job is not to be boring - so in making best mates with his drum machine, and then naming an album - ‘GENE’ - after it, LA Priest is living his best life.
"I don't want to slow down" - introducing the new issue of Dork, featuring The 1975, out now!
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"I don't want to slow down" - introducing the new issue of Dork, featuring The 1975, out now!

It's a 'Notes On A Conditional Form' extravaganza this month. Plus, Rina Sawayama, The Aces, Creeper, Orlando Weeks and loads more!
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