Ärzt:innen glauben, inter* Menschen müssten „korrigiert“ werden – & das ist ein Problem

Als sich das belgische Model Hanne Gaby Odiele in einem Interview mit USA Today 2017 als intersexuell outete, war das für viele Menschen das erste Mal, dass sie überhaupt den Begriff „intersex“ bzw. „inter*“ hörten. Dabei gibt es inter* Menschen schon genauso lange wie homosexuelle und transgender Personen (sprich: schon immer) – und doch ist die inter* Community immer noch irgendwie geheimnisumwoben, selbst innerhalb der größeren LGBTQ+-Community. Dafür gibt es einen konkreten, wenn auc...
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Stream Tha God Fahim & Nicholas Craven’s Two New Dump Gawd: Shot Clock King EPs

Atlanta underground rapper Tha God Fahim has been a prolific force for a long time, but he’s really been working hard this year. Fahim throws loose tracks up on YouTube all the time, and he’s linked up with Your Old Droog for two different projects this year, Tha Wolf Of Wall St. and Tha YOD Fahim. These days, Fahim is putting in heavy hours with Montreal producer Nicholas Craven, and they’ve released two new collaborative EPs in the past month.
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Britney Spears’ court filing claims father seeking $2m before stepping down as conservator

In newly filed court documents, Britney Spears’ attorney likens the move to ‘extortion’Britney Spears’ new attorney has accused her father of trying to get about $2m in payments before stepping down from the conservatorship that controls her life and money, a move likened to extortion in a court filing.The document filed by lawyer Mathew Rosengart on Tuesday argues the upcoming scheduled accounting of the conservatorship, which Jamie Spears says he wants completed before he steps down, will mean...
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Boo Ha Ha craft beer and music festival returns to OC Fairgrounds with Lit, Mest and Handsome Devil

Brew Ha Ha Productions’ annual Boo Ha Ha will return to the OC Fairgrounds in Costa Mesa Friday, Oct. 29 and Saturday, Oct. 30. Promoters have announced that rock bands Lit, Mest and Handsome Devil will perform on Oct. 29 and will reveal the line-up for Oct. 30 sometime next week, but hinted on social media that it would have an ’80s throwback theme. Tickets for Oct. 29 are $47.50-$55 general admission and $57.50-$99 for VIP; Oct. 30 tickets are $47.50-$67.50 general admission and $57.50-$99.50 ...
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Bonnaroo Cancelled

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Scream Crowdfunding First New Album In 28 Years

Scream, the legendary DC hardcore group that occasionally included Dave Grohl on drums, are working on a new album called DC Special, their first since 1993’s Fumble. BrooklynVegan reports that the band’s original lineup, featuring brothers Pete and Franz Stahl, bassist Skeeter Thompson, and drummer Kent Stacks, are recording the LP with producer Don Zientara at Inner Ear Studio, which is set to close at the end of September.
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How to get up to 6 months of Disney Plus for free with an Amazon Music Unlimited subscription

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Amazon Music Unlimited is offering up to six months of Disney Plus for free. Amazon New Amazon Music Unlimited subscribers can get six months of Disney Plus for free. Current Music Unlimited members are eligible for three months of Disney Plus free of charge. The promo is only available to new Disney Plus subscribers. Free Trial with Amazon Music Unlimited (medium) Amazon is bundling free trials of Di...
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Gulfer – “Neighbours”

Montreal quartet Gulfer specialize in twinkly, melodic rock songs delivered with powerful controlled aggression. It’s the kind of pop-leaning emo that rarely threatens to overwhelm, but there’s also nothing flimsy about it. We last heard this sturdy mixture of technical prowess and pop songwriting acumen on “Look,” released in May as part of a split with the like-minded Charmer. Today Gulfer are back with another one-off called “Neighbours” that finds singer Vincent Ford reckoning with a loved o...
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Johnny Marr – “Spirit, Power And Soul”

Johnny Marr is back with a new single, “Spirit, Power And Soul,” which will appear on the upcoming Fever Dreams Pt 1. It’s the first portion of a longer double album with the same name, whose details will be announced at a later date. The last time we heard from the former Smiths guitarist was in early 2020 when he linked up with Billie Eilish and Hans Zimmer for “No Time To Die” at the BRIT Awards — a James Bond theme song for a movie that’s still not out yet. Marr’s most recent album was 2018’...
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Damn, It Felt Good To See Wilco Again

For the first time in a year and a half, I finally went to a concert again Sunday night. Not that I was exactly out at shows every night before COVID-19. You know how it goes: Ever since I started having kids, I don’t make it out as much as I used to. This trend has intensified with each additional child, and it has continued as the live music schedule has picked back up this summer. In the past couple months, quite a few bands I like have toured through Columbus clubs, but due to busyness, exha...
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Lindsey Buckingham Announces First-Ever European Tour

Lindsey Buckingham has, obviously, toured Europe — you don’t spend decades in Fleetwood Mac without touring Europe! — but he has never been around the continent as a solo act. That will change next year when he embarks on his first-ever European tour, which will start in Dublin in the middle of May 2022 and wrap up in Kværndrup, Denmark in early June. Tickets for the shows go on sale this Friday at 10AM BST. More information here.
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Album Of The Week: Little Simz Sometimes I Might Be Introvert

“I think I need a standing ovation/ Over 10 years in the game, I’m impatient.” So says Little Simz halfway through her new album, Sometimes I Might Be Introvert. Indeed, with a decade under her belt, Simz has made music that is consistently surprising and rewarding — she deserves applause. On her fourth full-length, Simz has made her most accomplished album to date. Introvert is heady and dense and restless — a masterwork, one might say, the definitive document of the musician also known as Simb...
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Bat Fangs – “Queen Of My World”

When Betsy Wright and Laura King teamed up to form Bat Fangs, we were big fans of the results. We named their self-titled debut Album Of The Week, and Bat Fangs one of the Best New Bands Of 2018. Now, the duo is finally coming back. Bat Fangs’ sophomore outing is called Queen Of My World, and it’s arriving at the end of October.
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Full Of Hell – “Reeking Tunnels”

Last month, the fearsome Rhode Island band Full Of Hell announced their latest album, Garden Of Burning Apparitions, with “Industrial Messiah Complex” — the whole thing is out at the beginning of October. Today, they’re sharing another track from it, the filthy and chaotic “Reeking Tunnels.”
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Wiki – “Roof” & “Remarkably” (Prod. Navy Blue)

Wiki, the slurry New York rapper and former Ratking member, has been on a serious creative run lately. Earlier this year, he teamed up with the Belgium-based producer NAH and released the deeply strange album Telephonebooth. This fall, Wiki will release another new album produced entirely by one person. This time, the beatmaker in question is Navy Blue, the pro skateboarder who’s also carved out a serious niche as a lo-fi rapper and producer in recent years. (This won’t be Navy Blue’s first coll...
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Last year, in the midst of the pandemic, the Baltimore rapper and producer JPEGMAFIA cranked out a steady supply of one-off singles, and he collected those singles into his record EP2! earlier this year. Today, JPEGMAFIA has another new song, and he’s also announcing a return to touring, which is really where he built up his audience in the first place. Starting in October, Peggy will spend the rest of the year crossing North America, and he’ll also head to Europe in the spring of 2022.
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Von Diana bis hin zu Gossip Girl: Du brauchst diesen Herbst eine College-Jacke

Während der Dreharbeiten zum Reboot von Gossip Girl wurde Julien Calloway – die Influencer-Queen der Serien-Neuauflage, gespielt von der kanadischen Sängerin Jordan Alexander – am Set in Balenciaga-Sneakers, Radlerhosen und einer Monogramm-Handtasche von Louis Vuitton fotografiert. Der Look war schlicht, sportlich, und ähnelte den Outfits, wie du sie tausendfach auch auf TikTok siehst. Calloway kombinierte das Ensemble aber mit einem definitiven Neuzugang in der Constance-Billard-Uniform: ...
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Gary Graffman And Jennifer Higdon Leave Curtis Institute Faculty

Graffman, now 92 and formerly the music school’s director and president, had been its leading piano teacher, with Yuja Wang and Lang Lang among his students. Higdon, a Pulitzer- and Grammy-winning composer, cited musical and family commitments for her departure. – The Philadelphia Inquirer
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Song I would have embedded in the previous post if a fear of insensitivity/cheesiness hadn't overwhelmed me.

  Minimal, memorable lyrics: "Find the cost of freedom/Buried in the ground/Mother Earth will swallow you/Lay your body down."  That's the whole song. It was the B-side of the single "Ohio." Actually that's a song I thought about the other day, when I was reading about the shooting of Ashli Babbitt. Didn't the National Guard soldiers who shot Kent State students that day say they were under attack and shot in self-defense? [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Death, Music, Law, Freedom, Mother Earth, Kent State, National Guard, Ann Althouse, Ashli Babbitt

Kamasi Washington – “My Friend Of Misery” (Metallica Cover)

Last month, young Los Angeles jazz legend Kamasi Washington headlined the Hollywood Bowl, and his set featured a very cool surprise. Metallica’s Kirk Hammett and Robert Trujillo joined Washington and his band onstage, and they helped out on a cover of Metallica’s 1991 deep cut “My Friend Of Misery.” This, of course, is Washington’s contribution to the extremely strange new project The Metallica Blacklist, in which artists like Phoebe Bridgers and Weezer and Chris Stapleton cover tracks from Meta...
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‘These are his true remains’: the fight over Jeff Buckley’s final recordings

In an extract from his book on late musicians’ estates, Eamonn Forde explores the feud that began shortly after Jeff Buckley’s death between the songwriter’s label and his motherJeff Buckley had released two live EPs (Live at Sin-é in 1993 and Live from the Bataclan in 1995) plus one complete studio album (Grace in 1994) before he died in 1997. Since his death, eight live albums and multiple compilation albums have been released, spanning music recorded while he was signed to Sony and also befo...
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Lionlimb – “Loveland Pass”

Lionlimb used to be billed as the project of Stewart Bronaugh and Joshua Jaeger, two members of Angel Olsen’s backing band. As a duo, they released two impressive albums, 2016’s Shoo and 2018’s Tape Recorder, psych-pop efforts informed by Elliott Smith at his catchiest, Britpop at its spaciest, chamber-pop at its most maudlin. Now, more than three years since we last heard from the band, Lionlimb is back with Bronaugh solely in control.
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Apple Buys Classical Streaming Service Primephonic — And Shuts It Down

The tech giant will take Primephonic offline next week and, it says, work on integrating the service’s catalog and specialized search engine, with a new Apple classical app launching next year. Current subscribers will get a refund and six free months of Apple Music. – The Hollywood Reporter
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Duran Duran – “Anniversary”

Earlier this month, Duran Duran announced their new album Future Past, their first release in six years. So far we’ve heard a couple songs from it, including “Invisible” and a team-up with CHAI called “More Joy!” Today, they’re back with another new one.
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Einer wie keiner korrigiert einige Probleme des Originals – aber nicht alle

HE’S ALL THAT (L to R) ADDISON RAE as PADGETT SAWYER and TANNER BUCHANAN as CAMERON KWELLER in HE’S ALL THAT. Cr. KEVIN ESTRADA/NETFLIX © 2021 Achtung: Spoiler zum Netflix-Film Einer wie keiner direkt voraus! In einer der unvergesslichsten Szenen der Teenie-Schnulzen-Geschichte kommt Rachael Leigh Cook als Laney Boggs in Eine wie keine im roten Kleid eine Treppe runter. Sie präsentiert sich Zack Siler (Freddie Prinze Jr.), der aus zwei Gründen stolz auf sich selbst ist: weil er eine Au...
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Watch Lost Studio Footage of Brian Wilson Conducting “Good Vibrations,” The Beach Boys’ Brilliant “Pocket Symphony”

After Brian Wilson created what Hendrix called the “psychedelic barbershop quartet” sound of the Beach Boys’ Pet Sounds, he moved on to what he promised would be another quantum leap beyond. “Our new album,” Smile, he claimed, “will be as much an improvement over Sounds as that was over Summer Days.” But in his pursuit to almost single-handedly surpass the Beatles in the art of studio perfectionism, Wilson overreached. He famously scrapped the Smile sessions, and instead released the has...
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‘We were called heretics and ostracised’: the Stranglers on fights, drugs and finally growing up

They brawled with the Sex Pistols, gaffer-taped a journalist to the Eiffel Tower and got thrown out of Sweden twice. Now, for their 18th album and final tour, the punks seem to be maturing at lastAs Jean-Jacques Burnel drily admits, the Stranglers had “a bad reputation for quite a while”. During the punk years, their many outrages ranged from being escorted out of Sweden by police with machine-guns (twice) to gaffer-taping a music journalist to the Eiffel Tower, 400ft up, upside down, without hi...
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