Darkside Share New Song “Ecdysis!”

Jan 18, 2022 By Joey Arnone Photography by Jed DeMoss Darkside (the duo of electronic artist Nicolas Jaar and multi-instrumentalist Dave Harrington) have shared a new song, the six-and-a-half-minute “Ecdysis!” It was recorded during the sessions for their newest album, Spiral. Listen below. Spiral came out last July via Matador. It featured the songs “Liberty […]

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Single Drunk Female

Jan 18, 2022 By Lily Moayeri Photography by Freeform/Koury Angelo Web Exclusive Don’t be fooled by Single Drunk Female’s positioning on the teen-centric Freeform network, or by the fact that it is billed as a comedy, or that its cringe-y tagline is “Please adult responsibly.” The series comes from a strong team of women-led producers […]

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The authorities announced the timing of the launch of biometric authentication at the “Gosuslugi”

The ability to enter your personal account on the portal “Gosuslugi” using biometric data will appear within six months, said Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Chernyshenko. The Deputy Prime Minister specified that the use of biometrics on the portal would be voluntary. Thanks to biometrics, the security of personal data will increase Russians, there will be […]

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The court fined Novaya Gazeta and its editor-in-chief for the lack of labeling

The World Court in Moscow imposed administrative fines on the editor-in-chief of Novaya Gazeta; Dmitry Muratov and the publication itself for failing to label a banned organization. They were found guilty of disseminating information about an organization included in the list of public and religious associations banned by the court. Muratov was fined for four thousand […]

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WSJ learned what the next US sanctions over Russia and Ukraine will be

WSJ: US prepares sanctions against four “pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine” Restrictions, which include an asset freeze, will be imposed against four “pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine”, Washington will announce them on Thursday, January 20th. The United States does not yet want to introduce measures directly against Russia, writes WSJ =”WSJ learned what the next US sanctions […]

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The head of the German Foreign Ministry made a diplomatic throw through Kiev to Moscow

Did Annalena Berbock succeed in thinning out the “puffy folder” of bilateral disagreements New German Foreign Minister Annalena Berbock visited Kiev and Moscow in order to de-escalate the situation on the Ukrainian border and revive the Normandy format. To what extent she succeeded – in the RBC material Germany made a diplomatic throw through Kiev […]

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Sullivan said the number of cyberattacks decreased after contacts between the United States and Russia

Assistant to the President of the United States Sullivan: the number of cyber attacks on the United States has decreased after contacts with the Russian Federation According to the adviser to the President of the United States, the number of ransomware attacks on infrastructure has decreased in recent months. He thanked Russia for detaining the […]

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The Russian Embassy called on the United States to refuse to supply weapons to Ukraine

The Russian Embassy called on the United States to abandon plans to supply new batches of weapons to the Armed Forces of Ukraine The Russian side called on the United States not to escalate tensions. Refusal to supply weapons to the Armed Forces of Ukraine will confirm Washington's commitment to diplomatic efforts to resolve the […]

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