New look. New issue. All Dork – here’s our brand new issue, featuring Courtney Barnett

There's also Peace, Goat Girl, Blossoms, Jarvis Cocker, Confidence Man and loads, loads more in our new print edition.
After hitting 20 issues last month, we figured it was time to freshen up your favourite magazine. The new edition of Dork is available from tomorrow – 13th April – and is nice and new and “smart!”

Yeah, sorry. We know.

Rebuilt from the ground up, it’s packed with new features, returning classics and all of your favourite bands, all wrapped in a flashy new look. It’s bigger and better, covering a wider world of brilliant music. We think you’ll like it.

To celebrate, we’re welcoming that wonder from down under, Courtney Barnett to the cover for the first time. With her new album ‘Tell Me How You Really Feel’ due to drop next month, we caught up to ask – y’know – that. And other stuff. Loads of other stuff.

Elsewhere we’ve got Peace, who return with their third album ‘Kindness Is The New Rock And Roll’ and, erm, a sword. Yes, A sword. We took this into account while writing the review. There’s also the great Goat Girl, cool-as-fuck Confidence Man and bombastic Blossoms. We find out just what Jarvis Cocker is up to at his first intimate show ‘back’, and hit Ally Pally with Everything Everything. Graham Coxon talks soundtracking megahit TV shows, Iceage warm up about their new record, and we sneak a peek at what Lily Allen is getting up to.

There are also introductions to Middle Kids, Post Animal, whenyoung and Her’s in Hype, while we put Marsicans through our tough new interview So You Wanna Be A Pop Star? We don’t just hire anyone here.

Add to that Speedy Ortiz, Alex Lahey, Isaac Gracie, The Ninth Wave‘s guide to running your own zoo, a run through Arctic Monkeys‘ biggest bangers and 24 hours with Anteros, and you’re not even close to listening everything packed within.

The new issue of Dork is available from tomorrow – 13th April. You can order a copy direct to your door, or subscribe, below, or pick it up from one of our usual stockists nationwide. You can also pick it up with a copy of the new Dork Festival Guide. More on that ‘shortly’. [sc name=”stopper”]

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