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This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane analyze gender and multitasking in response to a study that found women are better at it than men. Then, the pair share their feelings on selfies and the war between Thought Catalog and Jezebel. The show wraps up with a chat about texting and relationships. Image by Molly Freeman. Molly's scarf selfie. Dane's poolside selfie. Playlist: 00:00 Intro & Rundown 00:50 Came Out of a Lady - Rubblebucket 01:19 Analyzing Stereotypes: Women & Multitasking 09:51 The End of That - Plants and Animals 10:27 Relationships in the Digital Age: Selfies 19:45 How Do I Know - Here We Go Magic 20:21 College & Post-Grad Life: Texters 29:58 Outro 30:35 Finish The Music Rubblebucket (Official Music from Drinking Buddies album art.) Live: Dec 7 - Lincoln Hall - Chicago, IL Dec 28 - Port City Music Hall - Portland, ME Dec 30 - Higher Ground - Burlington, VT Plants and Animals (Official Music from Drinking Buddies album art.) Here We Go Magic (Official Music from Drinking Buddies album art.) Live: Dec 9 - Baby's All Right - Brooklyn, NY
This week, DJs Molly and Dane share their feelings on soul mates, meet with DJ Jordan, and chat about an invasive new app.
This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane chat about a Canadian family living like it's 1986. Then, they are joined by DJ Jordan and the three analyze the stereotypes, creepy and crazy. More information on these stereotypes can be found here. Lastly, Molly and Dane talk about some of the weirdest "sexy" Halloween costumes. Links to the costumes can be found on Yandy.com: Sexy Watermelon, Double Gum, Coral Clownfish, Sexy Banana, Sexy Hamburger, and Sexy Brian from Family Guy. Image by Molly Freeman. Playlist: 00:00 Intro & Rundown 00:51 Minding the Usher - Dr. Dog 01:14 Relationships in the Digital Age: McMillan Family 06:42 Comfort - Arms 07:05 Analyzing Stereotypes: Creepy/Crazy with DJ Jordan 17:24 Kings - Coastgaard 17:55 College & Post Grad Life: Unsexy Halloween Costumes 26:35 Outro 27:25 Finish The Music Dr. Dog (Official B-Room album art.) Live: Sept 28 - Greek Theatre - Los Angeles, CA Sept 30 - Troubadour - West Hollywood, CA Oct 1 - Comerica Theatre - Phoenix, AZ Arms (Official Arms album art.) Live: Dec 12 - Glasslands Gallery - Brooklyn, NY Coastgaard (Official Coastgaard album art.) Live: Oct 11 - Ortlieb's - Philadelphia, PA Oct 12 - Velvet Lounge - Washington, DC
This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane ask each other some questions about the opposite gender, inspired by this Thought Catalog article. Then, they chat about why it's great to have platonic friends of the opposite gender. Lastly, Molly and Dane discuss their first impressions of the new sex app, Spreadsheets, and why it's worth a try. Molly had the opportunity to talk to the app's founders and you can read more about that here and listen to Matt DeMello's Third Eye Weekly interview here. Image by Molly Freeman. Playlist: 00:00 Intro & Rundown 00:49 Spins in Circles - Dinosaur Bones 01:26 Analyzing Stereotypes: Qs Men & Women Are Afraid to Ask Each Other 13:41 Becoming the Gunship - Islands 14:00 Range of Relationships: Friends Of the Opposite Gender 20:11 Lucky Young - Someone Still Loves You, Boris Yeltsin 20:37 Relationships in the Digital Age: Spreadsheets 29:56 Outro 30:35 Finish The Music Dinosaur Bones (Official Shaky Dream album art.) Live: Oct 9 - Red Dog - Peterborough, ON Oct 10 - The Moustache Club - Oshawa, ON Oct 11 - The Clarkson Pub - Barrie, ON Islands (Official Ski Mask album art.) Live: Sept 21 - The Media Club - Vancouver, BC Sept 22 - Doug Fir Lounge - Portland, OR Sept 24 - The Chapel - San Francisco, CA Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin (Official Fly By Wire album art.) Live: Oct 10 - Mojo's - Columbia, MO Oct 11 - The Record Bar - Kansas City, MO Oct 12 - Firebird - St Louis, MO
Study concludes that algorithms used by online dating sites do not predict successful, lasting relationships.
This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane chat about their personal shortcomings. They also analyze the stereotype that men should pay for dates as discussed in this Nerve article and finally, the two talk about the dating app, Tinder. Image by Molly Freeman. Playlist: 00:00 Intro & Rundown 00:44 Burial Suit - Still Life Still 01:17 Get to Know Molly & Dane Through Bad Characteristics 06:37 Endlessly - Dent May 07:08 Analyzing Stereotypes: Who Should Pay? 17:11 A Rainy Night in Soho - The Kissaway Trail 17:42 Relationships in the Digital Age: Tinder 24:49 Outro 25:32 Finish The Music: Still Life Still (Official Mourning Trance album art.) Live: Oct 26 - Zaphod Beeblebrox - Ottawa, ON Dent May (Official Warm Blanket album art.) Live: Sept 10 - Club Downunder - Tallahassee, FL Sept 12 - Gasa Gasa - New Orleans, LA Sept 13 - Red 7 - Austin, TX The Kissaway Trail (Official Breach album art.) Live: Sept 7 - Golden Leaves Festival 2013 - Darmstadt, Germany
This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane discuss their turn offs and the BuzzFeed article Straight Girl's Guide to Gay Boys, which is based on this YouTube video. The DJs also chat about the unique new dating site called Grouper Social Club.
This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane chat about OKCupid and hang out with DJ Jordan.
This week on The Hash, DJs Molly and Dane are discussing their top turn ons in the segment Get to Know Molly & Dane. They also analyze the NYTimes article Sex on Campus -- She Can Play That Game, Too written by Kate Taylor. Lastly, Molly and Dane introduce their High School Mixtape segment by chatting about a few of their favorite tunes from back in the day. Follow The Hash on Twitter @TheHash_BTR for more updates.
The Hash is BTR's all-new dating and relationships podcast. The inaugural episode covers romantic comedies, Sister Wives, and a Thought Catalog piece.

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