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Popeyes’ viral chicken sandwich is reportedly returning to nearly 150 locations in early November – and the chain is hiring hundreds of extra workers to handle the hype – Alta Advocate

Delivered... | Scene | Wed 23 Oct 2019 11:25 pm
Popeyes' viral chicken sandwich is reportedly returning to nearly 150 locations in early November – and the chain is hiring hundreds of extra workers to handle the hype  Alta Advocate

THE FIRST NOISE POP 2020 LINEUP IS OUT!

Delivered... Spacelab - Independent Music and Media | Scene | Wed 23 Oct 2019 7:30 pm
The first wave Noise Pop lineup is out with Raphael Saadiq, Maya Jane Coles, Helado Negro, Shigeto Live Ensemble, Jamila Woods and more!

The month’s best mixes: digital sludge, techno slammers and Kylie

Delivered... Tayyab Amin | Scene | Wed 23 Oct 2019 3:21 pm

In our dispatches from the edges of dance culture, Florentino, Oli XL and Boomerang condense tracks into hyper-dense raves while Mx Silkman spreads out into dub

Oli XL — Lily Mix (on NTS)

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Artists Added to the lineup for Bacardi NH7 Weekender Pune – BW Businessworld

Delivered... | Scene | Wed 23 Oct 2019 10:36 am
Artists Added to the lineup for Bacardi NH7 Weekender Pune  BW Businessworld

‘We’re an open wound’: São Paulo’s underground music scene

Delivered... Philip Bloomfield | Scene | Wed 23 Oct 2019 9:00 am

Brazil has long had countercultural music, but Jair Bolsonaro’s repressive presidency has made this community more determined than ever

‘When he got stabbed I just thought, we’re fucked. If he is alive, there is nothing we can do.” Brazilian journalist Amauri Gonzo is recalling the moment that he knew Jair Bolsonaro would be elected his country’s president. The stabbing of the far-right candidate seemed to confirm the picture of Brazil that Bolsonaro had been painting to voters: lawless, unsafe, and in need of a leader unafraid to meet violence with violence. Just two months later, in protest at five years dogged by economic crisis, corruption scandals and political turmoil, Brazil chose the openly racist, misogynistic, homophobic and anti-environmentalist former paratrooper as its leader. The underground musical community, which had come out in force against the extreme right candidate, was stunned. “It all went quiet,” says Gonzo, “like, ‘Oh, what do we do now?’”

Brazilian music might bring to mind the warm breeze of bossa nova, or a sound humid with the sweat of carnival, but a group of loosely connected São Paulo artists are making much harsher music to reflect, and resist, the Bolsonaro era, underlining values of community and artistic freedom.

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