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With all that's been happening in the world since January 20th, so many people have been wondering what can be done to fight back. One option for New York City residents—and Brooklynites in particular—will be this Saturday night, at the 'No Enemies to the Left' benefit for the ACLU. The ACLU—of course standing for the American Civil Liberties Union—you may recall, helped to get a temporary stay against Donald Trump's executive order on immigration this past weekend....
Last night on Twitter Amber Coffman, one of the members of Brooklyn-based band Dirty Projectors, began tweeting about her experience with music publicist Heathcliff Berru of Life or Death PR and Management. Coffman recalled an incident where the publicist rubbed her ass and bit her hair, in front of several of her male friends.  https://twitter.com/Amber_Coffman/status/689241020769280000 https://twitter.com/Amber_Coffman/status/689241386038607872 https://twitter.com/Amber_Coffman/status/689243235986702337 https://twitter.com/Amber_Coffman/status/689245788392669184 https://twitter.com/Amber_Coffman/status/689287391081660416 https://twitter.com/Amber_Coffman/status/689287711878860800 https://twitter.com/Amber_Coffman/status/689289076319490049 https://twitter.com/Amber_Coffman/status/689292700076486656 After Coffman shared her experience, another LA-based music publicist, Beth Martinez, replied that she had a similar experience: https://twitter.com/dangervillage/status/689292158449262593 https://twitter.com/dangervillage/status/689292271695429632 https://twitter.com/dangervillage/status/689293006625624064 https://twitter.com/dangervillage/status/689293306170228737 https://twitter.com/dangervillage/status/689293467340550144 https://twitter.com/dangervillage/status/689295684164403201 Martinez also shared her experience being...
Self-deprecating synthpop trio Wet have roots in Brooklyn, even if they decamped to Massachusetts to record their full-length album Don't You, which is out 1/29 on Columbia Records. The latest off that record is "It's All In Vain" which they released via their Tumblr today. It's a song about doubting whether or not someone actually loves you, and as usual, Kelly Zutrau's voice cuts to the core. Wet make the soul-destroying force of insecurity...
Wet are a Massachusetts-based sad-pop synth trio who make songs about how love destroys us. Somehow, these tracks often have the opposite effect, and work like a graceful, sweeping salve instead. Kelly Zutrau's perfectly broken, slurry voice has a lot to do with this, and her vocals are front and center on their latest, "Losing All We Knew." A lot of their songs lean toward funk or R&B in their rhythms, but this one...

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