Moa's style of lyrical variation is that of the jazz kings and queens before her, but her soulful and playful tone and the funky rhythm of the band gives it a new layer of texture and depth.
Combined with the beats formed and harmonies created, the sound dipped into neo-soul, sometimes with a heavier beat to create an almost r'n'b and hip-hop element and with Dorothy's echoing singing, the songs became almost psychedelic-pop in their properties.
The effect of MIN t live is intense: sometimes psychedelic, some occasional, hard-core, rocking guitar riffs, deep and slow r'n'b beats, electric and semi-techno repetitions and always done with a gorgeous and varying voice.
The band come from unique musical backgrounds and from all over the world, blending together both traditional, earthy and textured sounds after meeting and collaborating in Berlin.
A night of dancing, head-banging and unleashing the inner rock god to deep bass twangs and varying guitar riffs that filled the room.
With three to four up-and-coming bands of varying genres, cheap entry and cool decor in a hidden Berlin bar, it's definitely worth a visit.
We do a great disservice to boys in how we raise them. We stifle the humanity of boys. We define masculinity in a very narrow way. Masculine is a hard, small cage, and we put boys inside this cage.
Mary Beard's two part essay 'Women and Power: A Manifesto' interlinks the patriarchal issues of the 21st century; including the 2016 US election, in which an intensely contradictory man accused of sexual assault became president through the use of Twitter. over a woman with a far greater history of political experience; to the Classical histories and literatures carrying the ideas of male oration as more 'superior' or 'powerful' to a woman's voice.
'My body is a whole sentence I say as a earthy boy of language and pulp inside of a flaming tube for us to share by day and night or whenever works for you'
Covered in snow, full of history and spotted with charming old buildings - welcome to Poland!
I went during the middle of March for a few days between the two cities, with my two, trusty travel buddies, Ali and Mina, and this is a quick insight into the places visited and the must-do quick-bits of each city.
Everyone supported each other, sung each other's chants and each individual movement celebrated the others with unity and solidarity, which was such a beautiful thing to see as an individual within the crowd.
I got 99 problems and sexism is one.
Have you ever had a period for 10 months? Ever had a constant and sporadic PMT so a bad day can affect you for a whole month? Ever been off your period for all of 3 days just to have those days sweating, smelling, exhausted and sad to the point it's making you miserable? Ever not had a break of feeling less confident, rubbish and washed up? I've felt all these things and it's down to one little tablet.
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