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The location-based dating app Happn has launched a new feature that allows users to send full-length Spotify songs to one another.
Happn users can stream the songs directly through the app and display their favorite Spotify songs directly on their dating profiles, though the French startup says it has no plans to use that information to influence matchmaking.
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Looking for answers, The Local’s Emily Rose Mawson uncovers some quirks of the Swiss dating scene.
They are a most welcome addition however, especially considering this tour marks only their second appearance in the UK after a one-off date supporting Meshuggah back in 2014.
The New Yorkers’ djent rhythms and crushing riffs undeniably owe a debt of gratitude to the Swedish tech-metal grandmasters, but if Meshuggah are the sound of a well-oiled machine, Car Bomb are the sound of that same machine breaking down and bursting into flames.
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That description obviously won’t appeal to everyone, but Car Bomb are looking to push the boundaries within an extreme form of music already considerably difficult to digest and should be applauded for doing so magnificently. The members of the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania quartet (rounded out to a five-piece as a live band) throw themselves about the stage in a way that asserts their roots in hardcore.Since launching early last year, the app has attracted 4 million members, up from 1 million in December 2014.It's currently available in more than 20 major cities (it launched in New York in September), and the company plans to expand to new markets in the coming months.Their music is fluid, constantly shifting with a delirious absurdity that recalls the sadly defunct avant-garde, mathcore mob The Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza, and in vocalist Michael Dafferner they have a dynamic frontman who’s able to switch between Randy Blythe’s bark and Chino Moreno’s croons in the blink of an eye.Car Bomb’s deviations into mindboggling mathcore technical dexterity easily match the headliners at their most baffling, and guitarist Greg Kubacki is an astonishing player, one minute peeling out devastating tectonic plate-shifting riffs and the next utilising a whammy pedal and gradual tempo shifts to almost nauseating effect.