SRSLY #115: St Vincent / Louis Theroux / Big Little Lies

On the pop culture podcast this week: St Vincent's new album Masseduction, Louis Theroux's Dark States documentaries and the HBO mini series Big Little Lies.

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The Links

Ronan Farrow's New Yorker piece about Harvey Weinstein.

Anna's Harvey Weinstein piece.

Masseduction

The album on Spotify.

Lorde on Song Exploder.

Laura Snapes' Buzzfeed profile of St Vincent.

The Pitchfork review of the album.

St Vincent and glam rock at Dazed.

Dark States

The programmes on BBC iPlayer.

Big Little Lies

The trailer.

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We are going to see God's Own Country.

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PS If you missed #114, check it out here.