The Hash

Premiere DateJun 28, 2014
Categories Media Talk
00:00 Intro & Rundown
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00:45 Our Past Hundreds
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01:05 Relationships in the Digital Age: Yo
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12:48 It’s Always Summer Secret Cities
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13:09 Media Relations: R. Kelly's Child & Trans Ignorance
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25:26 Thirteen Sad Farewells Stu Larsen
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25:45 Analyzing Stereotypes: Ending Violence Against Women
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32:43 Outro
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33:45 Finish
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This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane chat about Yo App, a popular and possibly useless new social app. Then, the pair analyzes the media’s response to the coming out of R. Kelly’s transgender son. Lastly, Molly and Dane rip into The Washington Post‘s piece about violence against women. For more information on transgender issues, check out GLAAD’s Media Reference Guide. For more on Yo App, check out this BuzzFeed piece and this Tech Crunch piece.

Image by Molly Freeman.

The Playlist:

The Music

Hundreds

(Official Aftermath album art.)

Live:
Jul 21 – Tollwood Sommerfestival – Munich, Germany
Aug 20 – c/o pop 2014 – Cologne, Germany
Aug 21 – c/o pop 2014 – Cologne, Germany

Secret Cities

(Official Walk Me Home album art.)

Live:
Aug 20 – The Grotto – Forth Worth, TX
Aug 22 – The Aquarium – Fargo, ND
Aug 23 – 7th Street Entry – Minneapolis, MN

Stu Larsen

(Official Vagabond album art.)

Live:
Jul 5 – Barn on the Farm – Crossgates, UK – SOLD OUT
Jul 11 – X & Y Festival – Liverpool, UK
Jul 14 – St. Pancras Old Church – London, UK

Molly Freeman and Dane Feldman have co-hosted BTR's The Hash podcast since August 2013. Learn more about Molly and Dane.

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