Daily Archives: July 14, 2017

Justin Timberlake – The 20/20 Experience

With his first new music in seven years, Justin Timberlake acts a suave frontman to a Whispers-inspired ensemble. When he asks, Jay-Z gets up from his seat. Timberlake prides himself on his ability to command an audience, and to damning expectations. With his 2002 solo debut Justified, he broke away from ‘N Sync and into mainstream RnB circles; on its ...

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News: Ryanair welcomes bomb threat court ruling

Ryanair has welcomed a United States District Court ruling against an anonymous Twitter user who posted a bomb threat last year. Ryanair obtained a number of subpoenas from Twitter, which helped identify Brian Lake from Pennsylvania as the person responsible for posting the threat in February 2016, using the handle @GunnexGod. The tweet read: “Hello @Ryanair, you have 15 minutes ...

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John Foxx and the Maths – Evidence

When artists return to the fray after a long break, they are immediately forced to play their trump card. Devoted fans will pine for new material from a retired musician for an almost indefinite period of absence. But returning stars are only guaranteed treatment like the prodigal son for a finite amount of time. In short, comebacks can often unwittingly ...

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Eating Fish May Reduce Arthritis Symptoms

In a recent study, individuals with rheumatoid arthritis who consumed fish ≥2 times/week had lower disease activity (swollen/tender joint counts along with other assessments) than those who ate fish never to <1/month. There was also a graded association, so that increasing servings of fish were linked with incrementally lower levels of disease activity.In the study of 176 patients, frequency of ...

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The Underachievers – Indigoism

New York’s hip hop will never stop. The birthplace of the culture, the Big Apple’s voraciousness for fresh sounds will always mark it a talent hotbed. But something truly distinctive has slipped into the water of late. A tasteful revivalism, complemented by a fuggy, narcotised aesthetic. Raps with bite and insight, matched to boom-bap attack with a contemporary twist. “Beast ...

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