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6 Jun

Tunesday for Manchester

This past weekend was filled with music all over the world. Team Twinseperable was lucky enough to score lobbyist passes to Gov Ball, resulting in a lovely few days of Don Julio cocktails and musical sets to satisfy even the most discerning palates (thanks Jenn Kaytin). However, sometimes music is about something bigger. This past Sunday was also the Manchester Benefit concert. After the incredible time we had on Randall’s Island, we made sure to watch the Benefit in its entirety once we returned to our HQ, and are dedicating this Tunesday to Manchester. The attack at Ariana Grande’s concert on May 22 was extremely well planned, targeting a select group of people and sending a loud message. It was no coincidence that...
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7 Mar

Throwback Tunesday

Despite the small victory of preventing the Trump administration's "first Muslim ban" from going in to effect, do not believe that the new, "watered down" EO is any less of a threat to human rights and religious freedom. Huffpost outlined some of the specifics for comparison. Read them below, and click here for the more detailed explanation of each point and what it truly means. What changed in the new order: Iraq removed from list of countries on the travel ban Applies only to non-visa holders (anyone with a valid or multi-entry visa is exempt from the new order) Will not go into effect until March 16 to avoid chaos Exceptions for religious minorities removed What remains from the previous order: Refugee resettlement program...
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26 Jan

Thursday Thoughts

Illustrated poster created by Hanna Barczyk for the Women's March @hannabarczyk #purplerainillustrators T his past Saturday, January 21, 2017, will forever be remembered as a historic example of democracy-in-action. It was a stark contrast to just one day prior which, in the most basic terms, was a sad celebration of a democracy in shambles. Initially a grassroots effort, birthed (pun intended) in an effort to combat the Trump administration’s bigoted practices and ethical offenses, the Women’s March on Washington evolved into so much more. As Bernie Sanders put it, "President Trump, you made a big mistake. By trying to divide us up by race, religion, gender and nationality you actually brought us closer.”  It is no longer just about protecting individual...
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12 Jan

Thursday Thoughts

This past Tuesday, January 10, the incomparable President Obama gave his farewell address. His final national speech to the country, and the world, as the 44th President of our United States. With tears rolling down my face, I experienced a mélange of emotions as I tried to process what this great man was saying, and how his leaving office would impact the course of my life and the lives of so many others.   I was sad. I was angry. I was scared. I still feel all of those things. But for perhaps one of the first times since the election results… I was hopeful again. I reconnected with the original creed put forth  by the Obama-Biden campaign more than 8...
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7 Nov

Monday Mantra

At this point in the campaign, it isn't a matter of Republican or Democrat. It is a matter of right and wrong. The intent to do good versus the intent to control. If Donald Trump becomes the next President of The United States, you will be sorry. The world will be sorry. But the difference is, the rest of the world didn't have the ability to stop him. If the amount of Brexit regret was laughable, it will pale in comparison to the aftermath of actually electing a hate-spewing demagogue. If you haven't voted early yet, do not take your responsibility tomorrow lightly. Tomorrow you have the power to prevent our country from heading down a path of doom and (in the event of a Trump victory) inevitable...
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11 Oct

Tunesday: 30 Days 30 Songs

The same brilliant minds behind the website 90 Days, 90 Reasons, have done it again! But this time- even better. In 2012, the website's inception revolved around reminders of why Obama’s voters and Donors loved him in the first place. "90 Days, 90 Reasons is an independent initiative unaffiliated with Barack Obama’s presidential campaign. 90 Days, 90 Reasons was conceived by two guys originally from Chicago, Dave Eggers and Jordan Kurland. In late July, they looked around and saw that many of Obama’s voters and donors from 2008 needed to be reminded of all he has accomplished, and all he will do if given another term. They asked a wide range of cultural figures to explain why they’re voting for Obama...
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4 Oct

Tunesday For The Animals

It's no secret that, here at Twinseperable HQ, we are huge animal lovers and advocates of animal rights. In honor of World Animal Day, today's Tunesday pays tribute to ten of our favorite songs that are about, or influenced by, animals in some way. At times, lyrics are directed towards a specific animal, as is the case in Yusuf Islam's "I Love My Dog," with lyrics like: All he asks from me is the food to give him strength All he ever needs is love and that he knows he'll get So, I love my dog as much as I love you But you may fade, my dog will always come through. Other times, they consist of a more generalized connection to the subject, as in "Crocodile Rock" and "A Horse...
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13 Sep

Tunesday With The Greatest

The massacre that took place in Orlando, Florida this past June, breaks our hearts on very personal levels and for several different reasons. We often use Twinseperable as the platform to share our opinions on recent events, as well as our reviews of culturally significant items and releases. Today's Tunesday is a combination of both. This is not meant to diminish the efforts of previous artists to raise funds and awareness about causes. Rather, we want to grant credit where credit is due, for one artist in particular.  In our opinions, she succeeded beyond others in her attempt to narrate those terrible events in her voice through song and the corresponding video. Sia is no stranger to raw, emotional lyrics and intriguing, sometimes complexly misunderstood visuals....
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11 Sep

Remembering September 11

Although we were relatively far away when the attacks on our freedoms manifested themselves as planes crashing into the Twin Towers, the Pentagon and a missed attempt to hit the White House, I will never forget the feeling of having the wind knocked out of me. I was unable to breathe or speak and, looking back now, I realize it was probably because the words just didn't exist to verbalize what I was feeling. As a young 9 year old, I'm not sure I had the capacity to truly comprehend such hatred in the world. I still do not have the words, and I am not sure I ever will, to express the vast range of emotions I feel on this...
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