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The September 2021 issue marks a new beginning for the global GQ brand. By Will Welch Photography by Daniel Jackson August 2, 2021 You may not know that there are 21 unique editions of GQ around the world. The original was established in the U.S. in 1957. Some three decades later, the spawning commenced, first
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Bright Eyes have opted to postpone several indoor shows of their first headline tour in a decade, which began on July 29 in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. The announcement came hours before the band’s performance at New York City’s Forest Hills Stadium, with a statement on their email newsletter reading (via Stereogum): Due to the complications of
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–––__––___, the new collaborative project of Seth Graham and Mari Maurice (More Eaze), are set to release their debut LP, The Heart Pumps Kool-Aid, on September 10 via Orange Milk Records (vinyl/digital) and Mondoj (CD). The album features contributions from Karen Ng, Nick Storring, Rob Magill, Metoronori, spoken word from proxy.exe, and guest vocals from recovery girl and Metoronori. We’ve already heard
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Are you an avid fan of the Counter-Strike franchise? Then you are probably familiar with the concept of skin selling or trading. There are many methods to buy and sell in-game items, both official and unofficial. To choose the right approach, you need to determine your own expectations in terms of privacy, safety, and pricing.
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EREZ, an LA-based artist, unveiled an ear-pleasing piece, ‘Dance It Away,’ just yesterday. The song follows up on EREZ’s singles ‘They’re Coming’ and ‘Modern Dream,’ both of which were released earlier this year. The song itself is melancholic and surreal; it pulls you in with its smooth yet eerie production. Talking about the song EREZ
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Skirts is the project of 26-year-old singer-songwriter Alex Montenegro, who started releasing music under the moniker in 2017. After a series of singles and an EP, the Dallas-born artist signed to Double Double Whammy for her debut record, Great Big Wild Oak, which is out today – a warm, finely crafted collection of songs that
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Accessories are an absolute must-have, men and women alike! They serve the purpose of pulling a look together and seek to express one’s style and personality. The market is choke-full of accessories that offer versatility in different ways to create different looks without purchasing new outfits. Undoubtedly, Handbags, especially for women, are the go-to accessories
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Following the June single ‘Bloodbag’, IMOGEN has today shared a new song called ‘Lioncub’. It’s taken from the Newcastle songwriter’s upcoming EP, also titled Bloodbag, which is set for release on September 30. Listen to ‘Lioncub’ below. “I originally wrote this song at the piano in a Goldsmiths practice room when I had just left Newcastle,”
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allie – the creative moniker of Nashville-based singer-songwriter Allie Cuva – has shared a new song called ‘quinn’. It’s the latest preview from their forthcoming debut album Maybe Next Time, following previous entries ‘ETYG’ and ‘listless’, the latter of which landed on our Best New Songs segment. Give ‘quinn’ a listen below. “quinn is the
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Soft Cell, the English duo of Marc Almond and producer/instrumentalist David Ball, have announced their first new album in 20 years. The follow-up to 2002’s Cruelty Without Beauty is called *Happiness Not Included and it’s set for release in spring 2022 via BMG. Find the album’s cover artwork and tracklist below. “In this album I wanted to look
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Two men with the same name. A murder, a manhunt, and a chilling question: Did a Florida court hand down a life sentence because of a mistaken identity? By Tristram Korten July 28, 2021 Thomas Raynard James at Florida’s Okeechobee Correctional Institution, where he’s currently serving a life sentence for murder.Photograph by Octavio Jones By
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Jim Jarmusch, the critically acclaimed film director and Tisch School of the Arts graduate, has been creating films since the 1980s. Over the years, Jarmusch has become known for creating mood-driven films that don’t follow clear plot progression. He chooses to transport the audience through subtle and mellow moments rather than big dramas and thus
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Smile Machine is the project led by Brooklyn musician Jordyn Blakely, who’s long been an integral part of the city’s DIY scene, having played drums for bands like Stove, Night Manager, Butter the Children, Jackal Onasis, Maneka, and more recently, Bartees Strange. The band’s debut EP, Bye for Now – released earlier this month on
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Before purchasing any used vehicle, make sure its past does not hold dark secrets. Unfortunately, some sellers are unscrupulous, so they conceal facts that would deter buyers. Luckily, you can check auto background easily — just run a quick check of the identifier. Every vehicle sold in the United States since 1981 has a unique
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