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This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane discuss BuzzFeed’s article 20 Ridiculously Specific Online Dating Sites That Actually Exist. Then, the two analyze Chris Brown’s shocking rape story and Olivia Cole’s piece Chris Brown and a Nation of Raped Boys. For the Range of Relationships Segment, Molly and Dane finish off this week’s episode by chatting about Broder, a Tinder parody for bros looking to hang with mutual bros. Image by Molly Freeman. Playlist: 00:00 Intro & Rundown 00:48 Angel Blood – Cass McCombs 01:12 Relationships in the Digital Age: Specific Dating Sites 09:19 Sum of Our Lives – Maria Taylor 09:54 Analyzing Stereotypes: “Chris Brown and a Nation of Raped Boys” 22:54 Summer Skeletons – Radical Face 23:21 Range of Relationships: Broder 27:26 Outro 28:16 Finish The Music Cass McCombs (Official Big Wheel and Others album art.) Live: Nov 7 – Mississippi Studios – Portland, OR Nov 8 – The Crocodile – Seattle, WA Nov 9 – Fortune Sound Club – Vancouver, BC Maria Taylor (Official Something About Knowing album art.) Radical Face (Official The Family Tree: The Branches album art.) Live: Nov 9 – Colston Hall 2 – Bristol, UK Nov 10 – The Deaf Institute – Manchester, UK Nov 12 – Union Chapel – London, UK
Tons and tons of brand new music on today’s show!
Happy Saturday!! On the show today we could not be more excited about the brand new Moonface album. It’s just Spencer Krug and a piano, and honestly, that sounds like heaven. Speaking of heaven, don’t forget to check out BTR’s Pinterest and tumblr pages. We have so many fun things on there you won’t want to miss out on. And I mean, while we’re talking about great things, we’ve also got new music from Cass McCombs and Maria Taylor, and stay tuned for a fun story about her. And, as always, don’t forget to follow BTR on Facebook and Twitter!
On today’s show, I have a plethora of fall fashion goodies – a conversation with the founder of my new favorite (sustainable) fashion webshop, Modavanti, along with a host of last-minute Halloween ideas for all you procrastinating fashionistas out there! Two years ago, David Dietz left an established career in journalism and Middle Eastern politics to grow a sustainable fashion webshop. Modavanti launched just a year and a half ago, but has already made a significant name for itself as a leader in the small-but-growing market of online sustainable resources (plus, it’s one of my personal favorites!) On today’s show, you’ll hear David talk about the path that took him from covering the Arab Spring to starting Modavanti, the philosophies and principles that guide his ethically oriented shop, and some new developments and future plans that will add to Modavanti’s steadily growing base of loyal customers. Plus, a playlist that features the latest from Cass McCombs, Moonface, and Black Hearted Brothers, along with a preview track from next week’s Maria Taylor release. All that and more in the hour ahead, so tune in, turn it up, and stay stylish with Sew & Tell on BreakThru Radio!

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