Ninja Tune Podcast - Will Ashon interviews Dobie

Ninja Tune Podcast - Will Ashon interviews Dobie

For the latest Ninja Tune Podcast, Big Dada founder Will Ashon chats to Dobie about his incredible music career to date, his new album We Will Not Harm You and plays tracks from the release.

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We Will Not Harm You is out now on 2LP, CD and download, buy at the Ninjashop / iTunes / Amazon.

Dobie hosts an exhibition of his skate and music photography this Thursday 7 February at 18 Hewitt Street, London - all info here.



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