This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane discuss a new dating app called The League, which targets those who are “smart, busy & ambitious.” Then, the pair delves into a story that suggests the media is making college rape worse. The show wraps with an analysis of the domestic violence PSA that ran during the Super Bowl. For more on rape culture, read this.
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All We Are
(Official All We Are album art.)
Feb 12 – La Vapeur – Dijon, FR
Feb 13 – La Rodia – Besancon, FR
Feb 14 – Generiq Mulhouse – Mulhouse, FR
(Official Thousand Thursday album art.)
Feb 19 – Bardot – Miami, FL
Feb 24 – LoFi Gallery – Seattle, WA
Feb 25 – The Airliner – Los Angeles, CA
(Official Made My Mind Up Single album art.)
Feb 21 – Prairie Center for the Arts – Schaumburg, IL
Apr 22 – The Independent – San Francisco, CA
Apr 24 – Doug Fir Lounge – Portland, OR
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