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The Cribs. In ascolto il nuovo brano “In Your Palace” prodotto da Steve Albini

I Cribs hanno condiviso per l’ascolto il nuovo brano In Your Palace, prodotto da Steve Albini degli Shellac. La formazione di Wakefield ha pubblicato nel 2015 l’album For All My Sisters, recensito su queste pagine da Leon Benz.

A proposito degli Shellac, la band è attesa a breve in Italia per quattro date previste allo Spazio 22 di Torino, all’Hana-Bi di Ravenna, alla Locanda Atlantide di Roma e al Magnolia di Milano. Di seguito lo streaming di In Your Palace.

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Bollywood tends to portray women as sex objects or subservient sidekicks to male leads. But a few female directors of independent films have begun depicting women with complex or unconventional lives.

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Barbershop: President Trump’s Paris Accord Decision And Kathy Griffin
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With 40 percent of the nation’s coal, Wyoming is by far the largest coal-producing state. NPR’s Michel Martin talks about the future of coal production with energy economist Robert Godby.

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