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.
(Official Big Wheel and Others album art.)
Nov 7 – Mississippi Studios – Portland, OR
Nov 8 – The Crocodile – Seattle, WA
Nov 9 – Fortune Sound Club – Vancouver, BC
(Official Something About Knowing album art.)
(Official The Family Tree: The Branches album art.)
Nov 9 – Colston Hall 2 – Bristol, UK
Nov 10 – The Deaf Institute – Manchester, UK
Nov 12 – Union Chapel – London, UK
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