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Otik announces debut album, 'Cosmosis', on 3024, shares two singles: Listen

24 Nov 2024  |  DJ Mag
Otik announces his debut album 'Cosmosis' set to release on Martyn's 3024 label, featuring a blend of ambient sounds and drum & bass. Inspired by filmmaker Terrence Malick, the album explores themes of rebirth. The 11-track LP, releasing on November 24, 2024, includes singles 'Cosmosis' and 'Rebirth'. Otik's previous works include the 'Soulo' EP on 3024, 'Xoul Trap' EP on Aus Music, and the 'Psyops' EP on his Solar Body label.

Wu-Tang Clan’s Ghostface Killah announces memoir, Rise Of A Killah: My Life In The Wu-Tang

14 May 2024  |  djmag.com
Ghostface Killah of the Wu-Tang Clan has announced his memoir, 'Rise Of A Killah: My Life In The Wu-Tang', set to release on May 14, 2024, by Macmillan Publishers. The 240-page book will cover his life from childhood in Staten Island to his artistic career and experiences with the Wu-Tang Clan. The announcement follows other memoirs by clan members and the recent celebration of 'Wu-Tang Day' in New York City, commemorating 30 years of their album 'Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)'.

Who is Tube Girl? Sabrina Bahsoon gives us the lowdown on her fave lip combo and hype-me-up playlist

04 Apr 2024  |  screenshot-media.com
Sabrina Bahsoon, known as Tube Girl, has become a sensation on TikTok by transforming London's underground tube into her personal runway. With over 290,000 followers and 12.3 million likes, Bahsoon exudes confidence and aims to inspire others to embrace their true selves. She started on TikTok with comedic skits in 2020 and has since evolved to creating videos that showcase her love for music and fashion. Bahsoon's Tube Girl persona includes a specific lip combo, a playlist of hype songs, and a preference for certain tube lines for filming. She encourages others to be their own cheerleaders and to not be hindered by judgment. Bahsoon aspires to explore opportunities in music, film, and fashion, leveraging her Tube Girl identity as a stepping stone.

Mumdance returns with new two-tracker, ‘In Love Again / Five Years’: Listen

I. JORDAN shares new single, 'Close To You': Listen

06 Mar 2024  |  DJ Mag
I. JORDAN has released a new single, 'Close To You', from their debut album 'I AM JORDAN', set to release on May 10 via Ninja Tune. The track emphasizes the importance of community, a recurring theme in Jordan's work. The album will feature collaborations with artists like TAAHLIAH and Sister Zo, and follows recent collaborations and remixes with various artists. Jordan highlights the interconnectedness of individuals and the support from friends and the trans community in their journey.

Justice release new single, ‘Incognito’: Listen

06 Mar 2024  |  DJ Mag
Justice has released a new single titled 'Incognito' from their upcoming fourth studio album 'Hyperdrama', which is set to release on April 26th through Ed Banger Records and Because Music. This marks their first full-length release in eight years. The French duo, Gaspard Augé and Xavier de Rosnay, also released two singles earlier in January and shared that the new album required them to 'unlearn' traditional song structures. The album's artwork is designed by Anton Tammi. Justice is confirmed to perform at Coachella and will tour Europe next month.

Oat milk vs almond milk: the ultimate showdown

06 Mar 2024  |  SCREENSHOT Media
The article provides a comprehensive comparison between oat milk and almond milk, focusing on their nutritional content, environmental impact, and suitability for various dietary needs. Almond milk is noted for its high vitamin E content but criticized for its environmental footprint and low protein levels. Oat milk is praised for its creamier consistency and lower environmental impact but has higher carbohydrate content and potential gluten contamination. The article concludes that the choice between the two depends on personal preferences and dietary goals, with almond milk being more suitable for low-carb diets and oat milk offering a creamier texture.

What are ZYN pouches? Tucker Carlson’s go-to nicotine pillows that are fuelling right-wing Gen Z men

29 Feb 2024  |  SCREENSHOT Media
Nicotine pouches, particularly the ZYN brand, are increasingly popular among conservative men in the US, promoted by figures like Tucker Carlson. These pouches are seen as a tool to regain lost masculinity, a narrative criticized for its association with right-wing ideologies. The article highlights the growing conservatism among Gen Z men and the use of products like ZYN to promote a distorted view of masculinity.

You Might be Smoking a Black Market Vape Without Even Knowing It

13 Feb 2024  |  www.vice.com
The UK is facing a significant problem with the black market for disposable vapes, which are sold ubiquitously and often illegally. Approximately five million disposable vapes are discarded weekly, prompting PM Rishi Sunak to announce a ban on single-use vapes. However, this ban may inadvertently fuel the black market, with industry insiders estimating that 40-50% of vapes in the UK are illicit. The issue traces back to Shenzhen, China, known as 'Vape Valley,' where most global vapes are produced. Mislabeling and minimal enforcement of regulations contribute to the problem. Experts suggest that a bottom-up approach, including education and strict licensing laws, would be more effective than a blanket ban, which could strengthen the black market and fail to address environmental concerns.

UK police investigating case of 16-year-old girl’s virtual gang rape in metaverse

03 Jan 2024  |  SCREENSHOT Media
British police are investigating a 16-year-old girl's alleged virtual sexual assault in the metaverse, highlighting the emotional and psychological trauma comparable to real-world assault. The case has sparked debates on the allocation of police resources to virtual crimes and the need for updated legal frameworks. Authorities and experts emphasize the immersive nature of virtual environments and the potential for predatory behavior. Meta has implemented safety features but faces criticism over the safety of its virtual spaces. The incident underscores the urgency for robust safeguards to protect individuals, especially minors, in the digital age.

Christmas on the streets: Inside the UK’s heartbreaking 14% homelessness increase

23 Dec 2023  |  SCREENSHOT Media
The UK faces a deepening homelessness crisis, with over 300,000 individuals, including 140,000 children, affected. Shelter's report reveals a 14% increase in homelessness, exacerbated by the cost of living crisis. The article criticizes government officials Suella Braverman and Rishi Sunak for their dismissive remarks on homelessness. Polly Neate of Shelter and Karen Buck, Labour MP, emphasize the urgent need for comprehensive solutions. Reverend Alex Gyasi from Highway House notes a surge in demand for homeless services, particularly among legal migrants. The article calls for policymakers to address the root causes of homelessness.

Thailand May Roll Back Weed Legalization

19 Dec 2023  |  www.vice.com
Thailand, which decriminalized cannabis in 2018 for medicinal use and further decriminalized it in 2021, is seeing a potential rollback of its weed legalization. Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin has proposed restricting cannabis use to medicinal purposes within six months. This has raised concerns among local business owners and the tourism industry, as the country now has over 6,000 cannabis shops, many of which are small, local businesses. The impact on tourism, local growers, and foreign investors is being debated, with some fearing a return to foreign dominance in the market. The industry also faces challenges with quality control and regulation. For now, local sellers are pleased that decriminalization has given control of the market to the Thai people, transitioning from a gang-regulated business to one that can contribute to society through taxes.

After School Satan Club causes uproar in US elementary school

18 Dec 2023  |  SCREENSHOT Media
The Satanic Temple is proceeding with an After School Satan Club at Chimneyrock Elementary School in Memphis, Tennessee, despite concerns from parents. The organization, which uses Satan as a symbol against tyranny and promotes secularism and pluralism, is growing in popularity and has congregations in multiple countries. The club, which will only be established if other religious groups are present on campus, focuses on science, critical thinking, and community work. Memphis-Shelby County Schools is renting out space to the organization in accordance with the First Amendment, which has made it difficult for parents to oppose the club. School board member Mauricio Calvo is looking into legal options to address the situation. The club is scheduled to start on January 10, 2024.

Who are the California Girls? Inside the women’s gang that stole $8 million in cosmetics and clothing

06 Dec 2023  |  SCREENSHOT Media
Michelle Mack, a 53-year-old mother of three, has been identified as the leader of a theft ring known as the 'California Girls,' which allegedly stole up to $8 million in cosmetics and designer clothing. The operation involved recruiting young women to steal goods from stores across the U.S. and mailing them back to Mack's mansion in San Diego. The stolen items were then resold on Amazon Marketplace. Authorities have charged Mack, her husband Kenneth, and seven associates with 136 felony counts of grand theft. The case has drawn significant attention on social media, with many users drawing cinematic parallels and glamorizing Mack's criminal activities.

GQ Australia Man of the Year Troye Sivan dominated 2023. Here are all the receipts

06 Dec 2023  |  SCREENSHOT Media
Troye Sivan was named GQ Australia's Man of the Year 2023, following a highly successful year marked by the release of his acclaimed third album 'Something to Give Each Other,' which won four ARIA Awards and received two Grammy nominations. Sivan also starred in the TV series 'The Idol' and launched his lifestyle brand Tsu Lange Yor. The announcement was celebrated with a star-studded beach party, and Sivan's achievements were praised by GQ Australia's Editor-In-Chief Jake Millar.

Kenya Grace shares new single, ‘Paris’: Listen

04 Dec 2023  |  DJ Mag
Kenya Grace has released her latest single, 'Paris', through Major Recordings/Warner Records. Following her previous hits 'Only In My Mind' and 'Strangers', the latter of which achieved significant success with over 587 million streams and topped the Billboard Hot Dance/Electronic Songs Chart. Kenya Grace made history by becoming the only female artist besides Kate Bush to top the UK charts as a sole writer, producer, and performer. She is set to begin her first North America headline tour, with additional shows announced in New York and Toronto due to high demand.

A triangle of sadness: The 3 biggest issues facing UK universities at the moment

25 Nov 2023  |  SCREENSHOT Media
UK universities are grappling with a freeze on undergraduate tuition fees, leading to financial challenges that may force them to recruit more international students, potentially creating a divide between domestic and international students. Vice Chancellor Shitij Kapur of King’s College London warns of a 'triangle of sadness' involving students, the government, and university staff. Higher Education Minister Robert Halfon has dismissed the idea of lifting the tuition fee cap, exacerbating the financial strain on universities. The rising cost of student housing is also a significant issue, with many students struggling to afford rent, which consumes a large portion of their maintenance loans. This financial burden is causing emotional and mental stress, impacting students' overall university experience.

How to get Glastonbury 2024 tickets using this tried and tested method

16 Nov 2023  |  SCREENSHOT Media
A detailed and enthusiastic guide on how to secure tickets for Glastonbury 2024, emphasizing the importance of pre-registration, group strategy, and meticulous planning. The article provides specific dates for ticket sales, cost details, and practical tips to increase the chances of obtaining tickets, such as forming a group of six and using multiple devices. The tone is personal and informal, aiming to make the process approachable and fun.

Julia Fox and Madonna become bodybuilders in new Sevdaliza and Grimes music video

09 Nov 2023  |  screenshot-media.com
Sevdaliza and Grimes released a music video for the track 'Nothing Lasts Forever' featuring AI-generated bodybuilders, including Madonna and Julia Fox. The video, which explores themes of female masculinity and machismo culture, has garnered attention and praise from the internet for its visionary concept and aesthetics.

Suella Braverman’s lifestyle choice remark sparks outrage amid growing homelessness crisis

04 Nov 2023  |  SCREENSHOT Media
Home Secretary Suella Braverman's controversial remark that homelessness is a 'lifestyle choice' has sparked widespread outrage amid the UK's escalating homelessness crisis. Critics, including the Public and Commercial Services Union and the Liberal Democrat Party, have condemned her comments as insensitive and dehumanizing. The crisis, exacerbated by a shortage of affordable housing and rising living costs, has left many families dependent on food banks and exposed to harsh conditions. Braverman's proposal to restrict the use of tents by homeless individuals has been met with calls for more compassionate and effective solutions, including mental health support and adequate accommodations.

Scotland’s “most remote club night series” to launch in Highland village

04 Nov 2023  |  djmag.com
A new club night series, baile/baile, is launching in Ullapool, a Highland village, with the first event on November 4th, 2023, and continuing monthly until March 2nd, 2024. The series, founded by local Sigi Whittle, will feature national and international acts, local DJs, and is supported by the Ullapool Dance Festival and Ullapool Harbour Trust. The initiative aims to provide late night events for the younger population in the Highlands, drawing from Scottish talent.

KILIMANJARO releases debut solo single, 'Hit Em With It': Listen

27 Oct 2023  |  DJ Mag
Scottish-Zambian DJ and producer KILIMANJARO has released his debut solo single, 'Hit Em With It', on Diplo's label, Higher Ground. The track captures KILIMANJARO's vibrant energy and incorporates African gospel music influences. Following his previous collaborative EP 'Muleña' with Hammer, KILIMANJARO has several upcoming shows across Central America, Europe, and Asia, including performances in Mexico City, London, Bangalore, Mumbai, Giovinazzo, and Glasgow. He also has confirmed tour dates for 2024 in Ibiza, Stuttgart, Liverpool, and the Snowbombing Festival in Austria.

Karen Nyame KG links up with Leonce on new single, ‘Nightryde’: Listen

27 Oct 2023  |  DJ Mag
Karen Nyame KG collaborates with Atlanta's Leonce on a new single, 'Nightryde', from her upcoming 'Red' EP, set to release on 3rd November via her label, Rhythm In The City. The track is a sensual, percussive club piece featuring KG's vocals. KG describes 'Nightryde' as a sexy, sub-bass electronic roller expressing her desires for lovers in Atlanta and London. Rhythm In The City aims to break conventions in electronic dance music, embodying styles like UK Funky, Altè r&b, and Afro House. KG will debut the release at her headline show at Peckham Audio.

Richard Norris announces memoir, Strange Things Are Happening

25 Oct 2023  |  DJ Mag
Richard Norris, a producer, musician, DJ, and author, has announced his memoir 'Strange Things Are Happening', set to be published next April. The memoir will cover his journey from the punk scene to producing the UK's first acid house album with Psychic TV, and share stories from underground acid parties in London to raves in Ibiza. Norris aims to inspire readers with his dedication to creativity, collaboration, and community in music.

Tomorrowland Winter announces first names for 2024 line-up

25 Oct 2023  |  djmag.com
Tomorrowland Winter has revealed the initial artist lineup for its 2024 festival, scheduled from 16th to 23rd March at Alpe d’Huez in the French Alps. Over 150 artists are expected, with Afrojack, Amber Broos, Andromedik, Armin van Buuren, B Jones, Lost Frequencies, MATTN, Netsky, and Steve Aoki confirmed so far. The festival's theme will be Amicorum Spectaculum, and all packages are already sold out. Tomorrowland was named the No.1 festival in DJ Mag's Top 100 Festivals poll 2023 and has released a documentary in collaboration with Amazon Music.

CASISDEAD releases debut album, ‘Famous Last Words’, on XL: Listen

20 Oct 2023  |  DJ Mag
CASISDEAD has released his debut album, 'Famous Last Words', through XL Recordings. The 23-track album, featuring collaborations with Neil Tennant, Connie Constance, and Kamio, as well as production from Kyle Dixon and Johnny Jewel, expands on the dystopian themes characteristic of the Tottenham artist's work. The album includes the track 'Venom' and several recently released singles. CASISDEAD will support the album with a series of sold-out shows in Nottingham, Bristol, London, and Leeds.

Jaguar’s UTOPIA releases queer UKG anthem from Flava D and Paige Eliza, ‘Miss Dopamine’: Listen

19 Oct 2023  |  DJ Mag
Flava D and Paige Eliza have released a new single, 'Miss Dopamine', on Jaguar’s UTOPIA label. The track is a queer UKG anthem celebrating love and features Eliza's smooth vocals over Flava D's signature beats. UTOPIA, founded by BBC Radio 1 DJ Jaguar, started as a club night in 2020 and expanded into a record label in March. Jaguar describes UTOPIA as a community-focused project aimed at connecting emerging artists and music lovers. The label's releases are characterized as fun club tracks with a unique twist.

Fatboy Slim announces 25th anniversary edition of ‘You’ve Come A Long Way, Baby’

14 Oct 2023  |  djmag.com
Fatboy Slim is releasing a 25th-anniversary reissue of 'You’ve Come A Long Way, Baby' on National Album Day, 14th October 2023. The album, remastered at Abbey Road Studios, will feature double LP gatefold vinyl, the original booklet, and a signed print. The 1997 release included four UK Top 10 singles and is noted for its cultural impact, including the Big Beach Boutique II party. Fatboy Slim will also headline the All Back to Minehead Festival 2023.

Anastasia Kristensen announces new EP, ‘Cordyceps Disco’, on new label: Listen

10 Oct 2023  |  DJ Mag
Copenhagen-based DJ and producer Anastasia Kristensen has announced her new EP, ‘Cordyceps Disco’, set for release on 14th November on her new label, absorb emit. The EP, inspired by sci-fi literature and brain-eating fungi from The Last of Us series, follows her 2021 EP, ‘Volshebno’. Kristensen will perform at Public Records in New York City on 13th October and at the Time Warp Festival in Mannheim on 3rd November. Pre-orders for the 12” vinyl of the ‘Cordyceps Disco EP’ are now available.

What’s the happiest country in the world? Spoiler: it didn’t win fairly

06 Oct 2023  |  SCREENSHOT Media
The World Happiness Report, which ranks countries based on residents' self-assessments of life satisfaction, has been criticized for exhibiting a Western bias and focusing on economically prosperous nations while ignoring historical contexts of colonial exploitation. Critics argue that the report overlooks income inequality and cultural differences in the perception of happiness. The report's methodology, which relies on Gallup surveys, excludes certain populations and regions, potentially impacting the representation of marginalized communities. The rankings also fail to account for the interconnectedness of one group's well-being with another's suffering, as seen in the histories of colonial exploitation by countries like Belgium and the ongoing conflict between Israel and Palestine.

Honeydrip shares video for new single, ‘Sound Gyal ft. King Shadrock’: Watch

06 Oct 2023  |  DJ Mag
Honeydrip has released a new video for her single 'Sound Gyal ft. King Shadrock' from her debut album 'Psychotropical', set to release on October 6, 2023, via Banoffee Pies Records. The album, an homage to dub, reggae, and dancehall, follows her 2021 'ANTI-EGO' EP. The track has also been remixed by Cairo's Hassan Abou Alam. The music video, directed by Jordan Mars, was shot in Jamaica.

Thailand Is Threatening Stricter Cannabis Laws. Weed Shops Are Confused

05 Oct 2023  |  www.vice.com
Thailand's recent decriminalization of cannabis has led to a boom in cannabis shops, particularly in Bangkok. However, Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin plans to restrict cannabis use to medical purposes within six months, causing concern among local businesses reliant on cannabis tourism. Stakeholders like Chosee and Ethan highlight the positive impact on tourism, while others like Kitty Chopaka and Note Nadon express concerns about enforcement, foreign investment, and quality control. The future of Thailand's cannabis industry remains uncertain as the government considers new regulations.

Tomorrowland signs 66-year contract with current site in Boom’s De Schorre Park

01 Oct 2023  |  DJ Mag
Tomorrowland has secured a 66-year contract to remain at De Schorre Park in Boom, Belgium, ensuring the festival's presence at the site until 2090. This agreement allows for continued investments in infrastructure and sustainability projects. The festival, which attracts 400,000 attendees annually, has made significant enhancements to the park since 2005. Upcoming events include Tomorrowland Winter 2024, featuring artists like Afrojack and Armin van Buuren. Additionally, a new documentary, 'We Are Tomorrow,' directed by Wim Bonte, was released in collaboration with Amazon Music.

Vera Grace releases debut album, ‘INFERNVM’: Listen

01 Oct 2023  |  DJ Mag
Vera Grace has released her debut album 'INFERNVM' via Berlin's Deestricted label. The nine-track album delves into themes of sin, punishment, and catharsis, drawing inspiration from Dante's Inferno. Known for her previous EPs on Sacred Court, Elements, and Nulleins, the Amsterdam-based artist aims to create a journey through raw hypnotic techno. Vera Grace is set to perform at various venues in The Netherlands and Germany, including Awakenings Eindhoven in January 2024.

We spoke to the viral Oompa Loompa girl about the Glasgow Willy Wonka experience

01 Oct 2023  |  SCREENSHOT Media
Kirsty Paterson, known as the viral Oompa Loompa girl, discusses the mental toll of her unexpected internet fame and the disappointing experience of the Glasgow Willy Wonka event. Despite not receiving full payment for the gig and facing a challenging situation, Paterson is turning the experience into a positive by engaging with her fans on TikTok and pursuing her passions in acting, fire dancing, and yoga instruction. She highlights the lack of professionalism and preparation at the event, which left many children and parents disappointed. Paterson aims to use her newfound visibility to create awareness for meaningful causes and continue working in children's entertainment.

Kourtney Kardashian isn’t dramatic, she’s yet another victim of eldest daughter syndrome

01 Oct 2023  |  SCREENSHOT Media
Season 4 of 'The Kardashians' highlights a conflict between Kim and Kourtney Kardashian, with Kourtney being portrayed as a victim of 'eldest daughter syndrome.' The article discusses how Kourtney is manipulated and gaslighted by her family, particularly Kim and Kris Jenner, and how this reflects broader issues faced by eldest daughters. The piece delves into the psychological impacts of eldest daughter syndrome, emphasizing the need for better understanding and boundaries. Expert Georgina Sturmer provides insights into the phenomenon, suggesting mindfulness and therapy as potential remedies.

Secretsundaze announce debut Spirit Of Sundaze Ensemble EP

22 Sep 2023  |  djmag.com
Secretsundaze, a London-based party series and label, has announced their debut EP titled 'I' by Spirit of Sundaze Ensemble, set to release on 22nd September 2023 with the first single 'Come Into My Life' due on 23rd August. The ensemble includes James Priestly, Lewis Moody, Myele Manzanza, Oli Savill, Nikos Ziarkas, Johnny Brierley, Shivum Sharma, and Sahra Gure. Giles Smith, co-founder of Secretsundaze, has parted ways with the label, and earlier in the year, a documentary titled 'Hearts Not Hype' was released to celebrate the label's two-decade history.

WTCHCRFT announces new EP, ‘Sleepless in Brooklyn’, on Local Action sister label, Clasico

20 Sep 2023  |  DJ Mag
WTCHCRFT is set to release a new EP titled 'Sleepless in Brooklyn' through Local Action's new sister label, Clasico. The EP, which was started during the pandemic and completed in 2023, is a dedication to WTCHCRFT's time in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. Clasico, curated by ELEANOR, aims to showcase cutting-edge global music and will host its first event, 'Club Clasico', in London. The 'Sleepless in Brooklyn' EP is scheduled for release on September 20, 2023, and follows WTCHCRFT's 'Wet Lung' EP on the UMAY label.

TSHA, Ellie Goulding and Gregory Porter link up on new single, ‘Somebody’: Listen

14 Sep 2023  |  djmag.com
TSHA collaborates with Ellie Goulding and Gregory Porter on a new single titled 'Somebody', released via Ninja Tune. The collaboration came about after Goulding contacted TSHA for a session. The track, which also features vocals from Gregory Porter, follows TSHA's earlier single with Aluna, 'Killing Me'. TSHA, a London-based DJ, producer, and live artist, was featured as DJ Mag’s September 2022 cover star and has previously worked with Calvin Harris.

Talking Heads to reunite for Stop Making Sense anniversary restoration screening

11 Sep 2023  |  DJ Mag
Talking Heads will reunite at the Toronto International Film Festival for a Q&A session on 11th September 2023, coinciding with the premiere of A24’s 4K restoration of the 1983 concert documentary Stop Making Sense. The event will be broadcast live in IMAX theatres globally, with the film available in IMAX on 22nd September and in other theatres on 29th September. David Byrne reflected on the band's breakup and his past behavior, noting improved relationships among members. Spike Lee will lead the Q&A, and the complete concert is now available on vinyl and digital formats via Rhino.

UNIIQU3, The Glitch Mob and Samurai Breaks link up on new single, ‘Body Moves’: Listen

08 Sep 2023  |  DJ Mag
UNIIQU3 collaborates with The Glitch Mob and Samurai Breaks on a new single, 'Body Moves', released via All The People. The track follows last month's release 'Shake the Room' with Dos Flakos. The Glitch Mob expressed their excitement about working with Samurai Breaks and UNIIQU3, noting the serendipitous opportunity to collaborate with UNIIQU3 in Los Angeles.

17 viral AI-generated songs, from Sprinter by a toothbrush to Hips Don’t Lie by Cartman

06 Sep 2023  |  SCREENSHOT Media
AI-generated cover songs have become a viral trend on platforms like TikTok, featuring unconventional renditions by characters such as Eric Cartman and Toad from the Super Mario franchise. The trend has evolved from serious AI applications to more humorous and bizarre covers, capturing widespread attention online.

Joe Jonas allegedly launches smear campaign against Sophie Turner amid divorce

06 Sep 2023  |  SCREENSHOT Media
Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner have officially filed for divorce, announcing their decision on Instagram. Following the announcement, Jonas' PR team allegedly began a smear campaign against Turner, suggesting she was neglecting her motherhood duties in favor of partying. This narrative has been met with significant backlash, particularly from Gen Z, who are defending Turner and criticizing Jonas for perpetuating sexist stereotypes. The article suggests that Jonas might be trying to control the narrative to hide his own faults in the relationship.

History of gay bars in North America explored in new book, The Bars Are Ours

01 Sep 2023  |  DJ Mag
A new book, The Bars Are Ours, authored by Lucas Hilderbrand and published by Duke University Press, explores the history and culture of gay bars in America from 1960 onwards. The book covers LGBTQ+ scenes in cities like Chicago, Atlanta, New York, San Francisco, Detroit, and Denver, and addresses themes such as political activism, exclusionary door policies, and discrimination. Hilderbrand emphasizes the importance of inclusivity, particularly in documenting Black and Latinx gay bars. The reopening of San Francisco's iconic gay bar, The Stud, in 2024 is also mentioned.

Either I’m delulu or Paul Mescal and Daisy Edgar-Jones are finally dating

31 Aug 2023  |  screenshot-media.com
Speculation is rife on TikTok that 'Normal People' co-stars Paul Mescal and Daisy Edgar-Jones are dating, following Mescal's breakup with singer Phoebe Bridgers. The actors, known for their on-screen chemistry, have been spotted together frequently, fueling rumors of a romantic relationship. Mescal was previously engaged to Bridgers, who is now dating comedian Bo Burnham. The article discusses the possibility of Mescal and Edgar-Jones' relationship, acknowledging it as unconfirmed but a topic of interest among fans.

Meet PinkyDoll, the NPC creator who thinks ice cream is so good

30 Aug 2023  |  SCREENSHOT Media
PinkyDoll, a leading NPC content creator with over 1.1 million TikTok followers and a profitable OnlyFans account, has redefined influencer engagement. Known for her unique livestreams, she earns approximately $3,000 per stream, totaling around $7,000 daily from various platforms. Despite her success, PinkyDoll has faced controversy, particularly regarding her appearance at the 2023 Streamy Awards, which sparked debates on colorism and the use of filters. Fellow NPC creator Cherry Crush highlighted the broader issue of media consumption and the unintended sexualization of content.

India's lunar rover finds an unexpected obstacle on the Moon

30 Aug 2023  |  Supercar Blondie
India's lunar rover, part of the ISRO's Chandrayaan-3 mission, encountered a large crater on the Moon's South Pole but has safely rerouted. ISRO shared images and data from the mission, which cost $75 million, highlighting the cost-effectiveness compared to the production of major films like 'Interstellar'. Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared August 23 as 'National Space Day' in honor of the mission and named the touchdown site 'Shiv Shakti Point'. The mission marks humanity's first exploration of the Moon's South Pole.

Police officer handles tough speed course like it's nothing

30 Aug 2023  |  supercarblondie.com
A police officer named Robert Grimsley successfully completed a challenging motorcycle speed test, impressing viewers with his control and skill. The event was part of the 44th Annual Mid-Atlantic Police Motorcycle Riding Committee event, and Grimsley navigated a Harley-Davidson Road Glide through a series of tight turns and maneuvers without displacing any cones, despite the motorcycle's significant weight. The video of his performance went viral, with many commenters expressing admiration for his abilities.

Bentley parks scarily close to world's most expensive Porsche

29 Aug 2023  |  Supercar Blondie
A Bentley Continental GT was parked extremely close to a rare and expensive Porsche 918 Spyder, causing a viral reaction. The Porsche, valued at around $2 million, and the Bentley, a limited edition model costing approximately $315,000, were featured in a nail-biting clip by TikToker Cloudycards. The incident, which took place in London, ended without damage as the Porsche driver revved through the streets.

Man pranks confused mechanic with his gas

29 Aug 2023  |  supercarblondie.com
Charles Ross from Ross Creations converted his Tesla to include a gasoline engine and took it to a mechanic for an oil change, recording the mechanic's confused reactions. The prank involved Ross pretending not to know about the conversion, leading to a series of humorous exchanges between him and the mechanic.

Robbed at gunpoint and kidnapped: Inside Hardest Geezer’s mission to run the length of Africa

25 Aug 2023  |  SCREENSHOT Media
Russ Cook, known as Hardest Geezer, is attempting to become the first person to run the length of Africa, from South Africa to Tunisia. Despite facing numerous challenges, including illness, robbery, and kidnapping, Cook remains determined. His mission, dubbed 'Project Africa,' aims to cover 9,320 miles and has garnered significant attention and support, including from Olympic athlete Mo Farah. Cook's journey is also a philanthropic effort, raising funds for The Running Charity and WaterAid. Experts highlight the physical and environmental challenges he faces, but with proper management and some luck, completing the mission is deemed possible.

Shaé Universe shares new single, ‘Passenger Princess’: Listen

18 Aug 2023  |  djmag.com
Shaé Universe has released a new single titled 'Passenger Princess' through The Orchard. The song expresses mixed emotions about a past relationship and aims to resonate with listeners navigating the complexities of life. The London-based artist has performed at various festivals and has been featured on albums such as Kojey Radical's 'Reason to Smile' and Knucks's 'ALPHA PLACE'.

Armand Van Helden celebrates 25 years of ‘You Don’t Know Me’ with new single: Listen

18 Aug 2023  |  DJ Mag
Armand Van Helden has released a new single, ‘I Won’t Stop’, via FFRR to mark the 25th anniversary of his classic single ‘You Don’t Know Me’. The original track achieved significant chart success, reaching number one in the UK and top 10 in France, Germany, and Italy. Van Helden describes the new release as a blend of American freestyle and old New York club music. FFRR’s label head, Andy Daniell, expressed excitement about welcoming Van Helden back to the label. In 2020, Van Helden and A-Trak, as Duck Sauce, released the single ‘Mesmerize’.

UK government makes shocking U-turn on single-sex bathroom policy

13 Aug 2023  |  SCREENSHOT Media
The UK government announced plans to enforce new building requirements for separate male and female toilets, reversing the trend of gender-neutral facilities. This policy, criticized as transphobic, is seen as a threat to the safety and well-being of non-cisgendered individuals. The move has been condemned for ignoring the rights of trans and non-binary people, with studies showing that such policies increase risks of harassment and mental health issues among these groups. Despite public support for non-gendered facilities, the government persists with its single-sex bathroom policy.

Príncipe announces compilation of formative kuduro tracks from Lisbon's DJs Di Guetto

04 Aug 2023  |  DJ Mag
Príncipe has announced a reissue of the 2006 digital release 'Vol. 1' by DJs Di Guetto, featuring 13 tracks that capture the essence of kuduro music. The double LP, set for release on August 4, 2023, will include printed artwork and hand-painted back sleeves. The compilation highlights the contributions of Marfox, N.K., Jesse, Pausas, Fofuxo, and Nervoso to the kuduro scene, which originated in Angola and evolved in Lisbon. DJ Fofuxo’s track ‘É Africa’ from the release is available now.

Nubya Garcia returns with new single, ‘Lean In’: Listen

14 Jul 2023  |  DJ Mag
Nubya Garcia has released a new single titled 'Lean In', a jazz track inspired by UK garage. This marks her first solo release since 2021. The article highlights her recent contributions to the 'London Brew' album and her upcoming live performances across Europe. Garcia describes the track as a reflection of life's frenzy and the importance of going with the flow. The article also mentions her previous works, including a joint live record with Khruangbin and a short film series titled 'My Process'.

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