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Beneath Tolokonnikova’s own backstage room, a pyjama party is taking place in the main dressing area.“You look lost,” says one of the band’s gaggle of Russian female managers. As one of the anonymous members irons a shirt, another is playing the role of temporary hairdresser, fixing a blue wig to another’s head.Tolokonnikova is the only current member of Pussy Riot who isn’t anonymous, since hers was lost some time ago. But we want to share our art and we want to listen.”Being on American soil feels especially significant given the current climate — backstage, there’s an added celebratory fervor, as news arrives of Roy Moore’s upset loss to Doug Moore in the Alabama Senate race.The five other women — and one male DJ — who perform with her tonight must remain unnamed, ostensibly to safeguard their lives. “I can’t speak for Nadya” is a phrase heard often when in her orbit. That community has been growing around the world since Pussy Riot’s 2012 trial.

We’re finally in a place as a country where we can empathise with Nadya.Last December, Lil Wayne hit send on a series of tweets that rocked the music world."I am a prisoner and so is my creativity," he wrote, blaming Cash Money Records and its cofounder, Bryan "Birdman" Williams, for refusing to release his long-delayed album Eight weeks later, the 32-year-old rapper dropped another bombshell: In a 21-page document filed with a federal court in New York on January 28th, Wayne sued Cash Money for million, citing a wide range of alleged financial misdeeds.That started to change with the Women’s March — it’s cool again.” It’s interesting that Tolokonnikova seems acutely aware that her foray into pop music comes at a time where the industry’s biggest players are aligning their hookiest material with firebrand statements.When asked who she looks to for inspiration, however, Tolokonnikova is pure politics. We need more solidarity.” She offers up the Russian protests “For Fair Elections” that began in December 2011 where communities have continuously accused Putin of rigging votes.

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