British Sea Power: Let the Dancers Inherit the Party

British Sea Power: Let the Dancers Inherit the Party

By Jordan Penney

The band's classic windswept style is executed cleanly but feels emotionally remote. 30 Mar 2017 // 2:30 AM

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Trevor Noah on the Biracial Divide

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"The indelible experiences of Trevor Noah's past have been parlayed into his memoir, Born a Crime, a history of a life living under racial divide.

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