Dork, November 2021
November 2021

Featuring Remi Wolf, Self Esteem, Snail Mail, Courtney Barnett and more.

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We love a good pop star, Dear Reader. And Remi Wolf, she’s a very good pop star. Our latest cover star has been on our favourites list for a good while now, so with the release of her boptastic debut album ‘Juno’, we’re absolutely delighted to put her exactly where she belongs – on our biggest stage possible for this month’s new issue, out today (Friday 15th October).

There’s a lot of awesome stuff going on this month. You’ll find an interview with Self Esteem, who is about to release one of the albums of the year in the shape of her second solo full-length ‘Prioritise Pleasure’. There’s Courtney Barnett and Snail Mail, both of whom are returning with awesome bodies of work, or Spill Tab, The Driver Era, HONNE and BLACKSTARKIDS, who bring the kind of day-glo vibrancy that gets us out of our metaphorical musical beds in the morning.

Elsewhere, we’re heading into the studio with The Regrettes, spend a day in the life of Zuzu, find out Thomas Headon can surf and ask random questions to Sundara Karma. In Hype, we introduce you to Dexter, Scruffpuppie, Bleach Lab and The Let Go, while we get down the front with Bring Me The Horizon, Inhaler, Blossoms, Beabadoobee, Yungblud, L Devine and more in our brand new live music section. Add to that all the usual reviews, news and ‘more’, and it’s yet another bumper edition.