Month: March 2021

first_imgBeloved soul funk ensembles The Nth Power and Turkuaz have been tearing things up on their spring tour together, stopping at Slim’s in San Francisco, CA for a fun night of music last Saturday, May 21st. The two crews are both putting out some of the best music in the scene, with both bands fresh off of acclaimed 2015 releases. The Nth Power throw it back with an old school soul vibe on Abundance, while Turkuaz get futuristically funky on Digitonium.Check out some shots from both sets below, courtesy of Courtney Harrington: Load remaining images A full gallery of images can be seen below:last_img read more

first_imgThe Prince tributes keep on coming. After the Purple One’s untimely passing this past April, the music world has been flooded with tributes of all kinds, and it has been incredible to watch the variety in the performers and styles that have paid him their musical respect. Well, fans can add another unique one to the list, as the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra has announced a very special “Music of Prince” special show this fall.To be performed at Hilbert Circle Theatre on October 14, the show will feature composer and conductor Brent Havens, who created a “symphonic journey” of of Prince classics, including “Purple Rain”, “Kiss”, “When Doves Cry”, “Little Red Corvette” and more.Havens has previously composed several symphonic tributes to rock legends, such as Led Zeppelin, The Doors, Pink Floyd, Queen, The Who and more, and he most recently conducted a Tribute to David Bowie this past weekend.To find full event info or to purchase tickets, click here.last_img read more

first_imgLast weekend, a series of incredible performances were held at the annual Lockn’ Festival in Arrington, VA, including sets from Phish, Ween, My Morning Jacket, Umphrey’s McGee and so many more. One of the biggest excitements of the weekend was a performance from Circles Around The Sun, the group that composed the set break music for Fare Thee Well last summer.Though Circles Around The Sun was meant to be a side demonstration to accompany the set breaks and the documentary of the 50th anniversary celebration, the project took on a life of its own. The band eventually put out an official album release of their music, but fans still pined for more. Leave it to Peter Shapiro to convince the band to make their first-ever live performance.Yesterday we shared some video clips from this exciting debut, but a new full audio recording has since surfaced. Listen to taper Matt Moricle’s coverage of the Circles Around The Sun’s debut showing at The Woods stage, streaming below:last_img read more

first_imgThe 2017 Moonshiner’s Ball will take place in the Red Lick Valley in Irvine, Kentucky on May 19 – 21, and today organizers have revealed an exciting lineup for the festival. Headlining sets from Con Brio and Lydia Loveless top the bill for this festival event.The full lineup has a lot to offer, with sets from The Marcus King Band, Margaret Glaspy, Vandaveer, Aaron Lee Tasjan, Lil’ Smokies, Jon Stickley Trio, That 1 Guy, Tyler Childers, Golden Dawn Arkestra, Dawg Yawp, Blackfoot Gypsies, The Wooks, Nellie Pearl and Johnny Conqueroo. This is only the initial lineup, with more acts to be announced in the coming days.You can find tickets and more information on the festival’s website. See the full lineup announcement below.last_img read more

first_imgTonight, the Phish will return for night 13 with a “pink glaze with rainbow sprinkles” donut, and still hundreds of songs to choose from in their ever-expansive songbook. Thank you Phish, we can’t believe we’ve made it this far. It’s been a wild run, folks, and Phish will officially complete their thirteen-night residency at Madison Square Garden tonight in true fashion. Not only is that the longest streak of consecutive shows to take place at The Garden, but the band perfected the run without a single repeat. Each night of the Baker’s Dozen presented a new flavor donut, which translated to the night’s setlist theme. This inevitably created a “can’t miss” atmosphere that drew thousands of fans to the city for the final weekend’s sold-out shows. On Friday night, the Vermont quartet celebrated their 50th show at the 20,000+ person venue–another huge accomplishment, to say the least. While this run has been historic for fans all over the world, New York City has especially reaped the benefits of having Phish in town.Phish Delivers Boston Cream Mash-Up, “Ghost,” & “The Lizards” For Penultimate Baker’s Dozen PerformanceTonight certainly marks an important moment in Phish history, for all the reasons mentioned above. We’re not the only ones thrilled by Phish’s NYC residency, as the NYC Mayor’s Office tweeted that today, August 6, 2017, is officially “Phish Day.” Their message reads: “Thanks for the memories we shared, we’ll never forget either,” with a photo of Team Phish backstage at Madison Square Garden beneath a large sign that celebrates their 50th show on Friday. Thanks Mayor Bill De Blasio! Here’s a close up of the “Phish Day” proclamation:last_img read more

first_imgTedeschi Trucks Band recently wrapped up a six-night run at the Beacon Theatre. With fourteen more dates in 2017, including several west coast dates with Hard Working Americans, David Luning, Greyhounds, and North Mississippi Allstars, the husband-and-wife duo have been trickling out their plans for 2018 with 25+ dates through April, bringing them up and down the east coast with a recent announcement for a three-night run in Chicago, IL at Chicago Theatre, and a one-night stand at Thalia Mara Hall in Jackson, MS. Today, the 12 piece ensemble announces five additional shows at intimate venues this February, including a night at the F.M. Kirby Center in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, two nights at the Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank, New Jersey, and two nights at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York.Relive Tedeschi Trucks Band & Trey Anastasio’s Collab At The Beacon [Pro-Shot Video/Audio]Pre-sale tickets for all shows will be available through the band’s website starting on Tuesday, November 7 at 10am ET with no code/password needed. The public on-sale for these shows is as follows:Wilkes- Barre: Thursday, November 9 at 10amRed Bank: Friday, November 10 at 10amPort Chester: Friday, November 10 at 12 NoonAs the band warns, “Tickets for these shows will be very limited and we expect them to sell out quickly. Reminder that TTB pre-sales are only a small allotment of total tickets, so if you don’t find the tickets you want in the pre-sale, be sure to try again for the public on-sale as the bulk of tickets will be available then.”Check out the newly announced dates below, and head to the band’s website for a full list of upcoming shows:2/8 – Wilkes-Barre, PA – F.M. Kirby Center 2/13 – Red Bank, NJ – Count Basie Theatre 2/14 – Red Bank, NJ – Count Basie Theatre 2/20 – Port Chester, NY – The Capitol Theatre 2/21 – Port Chester, NY – The Capitol Theatre[photo by Marc Millman]last_img read more

first_imgEarlier this week, Jim James announced two intimate concerts in Brooklyn, New York and Los Angeles, California to perform his upcoming solo album, Uniform Distortion—due out June 28 via ATO Records—in its entirety with a full band. The My Morning Jacket frontman made his first surprise stop at Rough Trade NYC on Tuesday night. He continued the promotional efforts as the musical guest on Wednesday night’s episode of The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, where he performed the recently released lead single from Uniform Distortion, “Just A Fool”, with his band–which features guitarist Kevin Ratterman, bassist Seth Kauffman, drummer Dave Givan, and two backing vocalists.Following the release of Tribute To 2 in December of 2017—on which he played tribute to The Beach Boys, Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson, and more—Jim James’ upcoming album is comprised entirely original tunes. Uniform Distortion—which got its name “because [Jim James] feels like there is this blanket distortion on society/media and the way we gather our ‘news’ and important information”—contains 11 tracks penned by Jim James and features Floating Action bassist Seth Kauffman and drummer Dave Givan, along with LA trio Dear Lemon Trees‘ Kathleen Grace, Jamie Drake, and Leslie Stevens on backing vocals.Read more about Uniform Distortion here. Below, you can watch Jim James perform “Just A Fool” on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, appropriately, for this new album, displayed in black and white.Jim James – “Just A Fool”[Video: The Late Show With Stephen Colbert]According to NPR, “the philosophy and thought that went into making this record was inspired by Jim James’ utter fascination with The Last Whole Earth Catalog,” a publication that served as a bible for the hippie generation bent on a mission to make the planet a better place in the 1960s. The catalog, described by NPR as “the Internet for ecology in magazine form,” included an image that inspired Jim James’ imagination. Entitled the “Illuminated Man” by Duane Michals, the photograph depicted a man with an illuminated head from the shoulders up (pictured above). James reached out to the artist seeking permission to use the image for the album but was turned down. So, James wrote the following letter to Michals, who eventually allowed him to use the photo for Uniform Distortion:hello duane- your piece “the illuminated man” was used in “the last whole earth catalogue” in 1971. i wasnt even born yet. i was born in 1978…but i found my copy of “the last whole earth catalogue” about 6 months ago in a thrift store and it blew my mind. i have been feeling increasingly overwhelmed by the speed of technology and its place in our lives and here was this beautiful book/catalogue from the past showing me all these beautiful things and amazing images to help one learn different ways to look at the world… or “get off the grid?” funny they had no idea back then just how crazy “the grid” would get. or did they?so i am trying to put down my phone… use the computer and social media less… and just focus on real life and the people i love and my art. of course i am not fully “off the grid” because i am sending you this email in hopes of you changing your mind about letting me use your image as it appeared in “the last whole earth catalogue” in 1971 because when i saw it on the page there it spoke to me so deeply of how my head feels like it is exploding with the amount of information we are forced to consume on a daily basis and how that information is so DISTORTED there is almost no longer any tangible truth. the name of my new record is “UNIFORM DISTORTION” because i feel like there is this blanket distortion on society/media and the way we gather our “news” and important information…and more and more of us are feeling lost and looking for new ways out of this distortion and back to the truth…and finding hope in places like the desert where i write this email to you now…finding hope in the land and in the water and in old books offering new ideas and most importantly in each other and love.i feel like there was a reason i found “the last whole earth catalogue” and there was a reason your art spoke to me… and i really think it would speak to others who would see it exploding out at them illuminating from the record store shelf or the glow of their phone or computer screen and feel its organic mind blowing distortion connect with this new music.i also like the natural “distortion” that time and the pulp of the paper meeting the ink from “the last whole earth catalogue” add to your original image and that is why i am asking your permission to use this “distorted” version of your original beautiful image.i hope you are well and thanks for listening-jim jamesJim James Upcoming ConcertsJUNE 21 – GREEK THEATRE BERKELEY (with Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters)JULY 18 – PICO UNION LA (Uniform Distortion w/ Full Band)last_img read more

first_imgA baseball bat used by Jack White has recently been inducted into the Baseball Hall Of Fame. The custom-made baseball was used by White during a charity baseball game on March 23rd, which took place outside of the Baseball Hall Of Fame’s home in Cooperstown, New York, ahead of his own concert on May 27th. The bat earned the induction after Jeff Idelson, president of the Hall of Fame and Museum, saw the bat in action and requested that it be inducted.White, a noted Detroit Tigers fan, co-owns the company that made the bat, Warstic, with Los Angeles Angels second baseman Ian Kinsler—the company seeks to merge “beauty and purpose to the weapons that athletes use to accomplish their goals.”After the charity game—which saw White’s Warstic Woodmen face off against a local team, the Leatherstocking All Stars—Warstic created 50 limited-edition replicas of White’s bat for charity. Each of the bats was individually numbered, autographed by White, and then auctioned online, with the proceeds totaling $32,000 and benefiting Well For Culture and youth Native American baseball participation.[H/T Rolling Stone]last_img read more

first_imgUPDATE (Saturday, 7/28/18): In response to a Twitter user on Saturday afternoon, the Grant County Sheriff’s Department once again addressed the belief among some fans that the perpetrators were the nitrous dealers with SS tattoos circulated in photos on social media. In response to @ewangs, the department confirmed that no witnesses have come forward who can physically describe either of the perpetrators. They also reaffirmed that at this point, there are no verifiable links between the men with the white supremacist tattoos and the attacks. UPDATE (Tuesday, 7/31/18): After being queried by Greg M. Schwartz of PopMatters via email, Kyle Forman, the public information officer at the Grant County Sheriff’s Department, responded in a media email thread with a detailed listing of known information about nitrous dealers at The Gorge as well as rumors that Live Nation security had “called in neo-nazi pals as enforcers after a scuffle with the ‘nitrous mafia’ on Friday.”As of this morning here is what we know about that allegation:1. There were several groups of persons selling nitrous at the campground and on the path between the campground and the venue.2. One of the groups included several white men and the persons with the swastika tattoos whose pictures have been shared by concert goers on social media. These men was contacted by security on Sunday and two members of that group were trespassed/ejected by security. These men were not arrested. Their nitrous cylinders were taken by security.3. Another group included several black men who were caught on Sunday selling nitrous filled balloons along the path from the campground to the venue. These men were also trespassed/ejected by security. These men were not arrested. Their nitrous cylinders were taken by security.4. One other grouped which included several black males was observed selling nitrous but security and law enforcement was not able to catch them in the act.5. Thus far we have no information that there was a scuffle on Friday between security and any groups or persons selling nitrous balloons. If a physical altercation happens involving security, they are typically very quick at calling us for assistance.6. We’ve found no evidence that neo-Nazis were called in by security as enforcers. The alleged neo-Nazis contacted all had IDs from east coast cities. There was no established link between security and the alleged neo-Nazis, aside from security trespassing/ejecting them on Sunday.7. The alleged neo-Nazis were at the concert and were caught selling nitrous filled balloon. This sales of balloons seems to be why they were there.8. We currently have no witnesses who can describe either of the assailants involved in the two assaults.Regarding the “nitrous mafia”, our experience is that nitrous sales are present at Phish concerts. Sheriff’s deputies at the Gorge tried their hardest to support security in catching and evicting nitrous sellers, but I am told there was a great deal of nitrous sales activity along Shakedown all weekend. Nitrous sellers in some cases were very organized in operating their businesses. Many employ counter-surveillance teams to alert the persons selling the balloons. When the counter-surveillance team sees security or law enforcement approaching one of their sellers, they alert the seller who typically just abandons the nitrous cylinder and walks away into the crowd before security or law enforcement can reach them.I have been told that over 80 cylinders were collected by security this year, most of which were abandoned by tipped-off sellers. I was also told that last year over 160 nitrous cylinders were taken by security.One thing which deputies did experience was the gratitude of concert-goers. I am told scores of concert-goers took the time to say thank you to deputies for their presence and deterrence of misbehavior.Foreman also addressed the tone the police department has taken with some its updates. When prompted about Twitter statements with language like “We’ve looked into that rumor. It’s not true” and “There [are] a lot of rumors. That’s one of them. There is no truth to it,” the department representative acknowledged that “The proper response would have been “There is no evidence so far to support this allegation.”We spoke with Kyle Foreman, the public information officer at the Grant County Sheriff’s Department, whose jurisdiction includes The Gorge. The Grant County Sheriff’s Department has established that during Phish’s run at The Gorge this weekend, there were two separate assaults that happened involving two different victims, both of whom were hospitalized following the attacks. Foreman was unsure of their condition at the time we spoke to him.He also explained that both assaults took place in two completely different areas of the concert and that both victims did not seem to know one another or be associated in any way. He also acknowledged that while there were similarities to the incidents, the police were working to confirm that these attacks were connected.The GCSD has a detective assigned to the case, who is interviewing the victims. He also explained that the police department has been reading what has been disseminated via Reddit and other social media platforms. However, Foreman explained that a difficulty with this investigation is that despite the various accounts on social media, very few people who were actually witnesses to the assaults have come forward to let the police know what they saw.As such, the department is still actively searching for witnesses to the assaults. Foreman encouraged us to share with our readers that if anyone was a first-hand witness to one of the attacks at The Gorge, to please contact them at (509) 762-1160 or via email at [email protected] This mirrors a statement the department put out last night via Twitter. UPDATE (Saturday, 7/28/18): On Friday, July 27th, the Grant County Sheriff’s Department posted another update on their Twitter account. In the tweet, the police noted that “No bias speech heard or gestures seen during either assault,” acknowledging many fans concerns surrounding the potential racial motivation behind the assaults. The department also noted that they still do not have any suspects and are “hoping someone will come forward who saw either suspect”—implying that the police have confirmed that they are searching for two different perpetrators. The department is also still on the search for more witnesses and is encouraging those who saw the crimes to come forward. After posting this appeal on social media, Foreman has noted that the department has started receiving more first-hand witness accounts of the incidents. As we were writing this article, Foreman issued an email to the press offering more details about the attack. You can read the email below.Near GEORGE, Wash. (24 JULY 2018) — Detectives with the Grant County Sheriff’s Office are investigating two assaults which happened during Saturday’s Phish concert at the Gorge Amphitheater near George, Washington.Sheriff’s deputies were notified Saturday evening of two assault victims who had been brought to the medical tent at the venue. The victims, a 46-year-old man from Washington state and a 38-year-old man from Colorado, each suffered head injuries and were transported to regional hospitals for treatment. One victim is hospitalized in stable condition, the other was treated and released.What is known so far is that the victims were assaulted around the same time, but at locations far apart from one another inside the concert venue; one victim was down near the stage, the other up high on the hill above. Both victims were struck with rocks. Neither victim can identify their assailant. The victims do not know each other.Although there was a great deal of chatter and speculation on social media platforms, detectives are asking anyone who witnessed first-hand either of the assaults to contact the Grant County Sheriff’s Office at 509-762-1160, or send information to [email protected] asked, Foreman could not confirm that both victims were people of color, though he also hopes to be able to provide more information on this aspect of the attacks later today. Foreman also noted that they did not have any suspects at this time, but hopes that with more first-hand witnesses coming forward, they can begin to piece together what happened more fully and identify any suspects that may have been involved.When asked about accounts that the venue or Live Nation’s security failed to notify the police of the assaults, Foreman explained, “We were notified by security and we assigned a deputy down to the medical treatment, where he began to gather information,” reiterating that there wasn’t a ton of information available at that time. He also noted that especially given the nature of the attacks, the Department worked to assign a detective to the case as soon as possible, and the investigation started as soon as they found people were assaulted at the show. He also mentioned that these investigations take time, unlike what might be common in crime television shows, and that the department encountered delays as they filtered through varied accounts on social media.In addressing the reports and photos of a Neo-Nazi presence at Phish’s show at The Gorge, Foreman was unable to provide much more information. When asked about pictures circulating about the police stopping men with swastika/SS tattoos at Shakedown, he explained that he didn’t know anything about that and was unaware of what the circumstances were that they were being contacted by law enforcement. When asked about the local presence of white supremacists in the area around the Gorge, Foreman offered that to his knowledge, there are no movements or encampments of a Neo-Nazi presence in the area. He also noted that “If there’s any credence to that claim, once we investigate and ask witnesses, we’ll try to determine whether that even played a role or whether it’s speculation.”From Live NationUPDATE (Thursday, 7/26/18): At this article’s initial publication time, Live Nation had not issued a statement regarding the assaults that occurred during Phish’s run at The Gorge. However, on the evening of Wednesday, July 25th, Live Nation PNW issued a brief statement via its Facebook page and reposted the Grant County Sheriff’s Department’s initial press release regarding the attacks.Live Nation PNW’s statement read:Live Nation’s top priority is the security and safety of our fans. Upon learning of the assaults that took place at the Phish show at the Gorge Amphitheatre on Saturday evening, our medical and on-site event staff and Grant County Sheriff’s Department responded quickly to the scene. We continue to assist the Grant County Sheriff’s Department in any way possible to identify and apprehend the perpetrators of this crime. However, as this is an ongoing police investigation, we refer anyone looking for further information on these incidents to the below statement from the authorities (also found at this link: can also view the full statement on Live Nation PNW’s Facebook page below.UPDATE (Friday, 7/27/18): Following Wednesday evening’s statement from the regional account for Live Nation PNW, early in the morning (1 a.m. MT) on Friday, July 27th, the official Live Nation Twitter account posted its first statement regarding the assaults that occurred at The Gorge. In Live Nation’s tweets, the promoter echoed its statement on the Live Nation PNW account, noting that fans’ security and safety are its top priority. The company also added that they have “no tolerance for any violence at our venues” and “strongly condemn the terrible assault that took place at the Phish concert.” In a second tweet, Live Nation reaffirmed they are working with the Grant County Sheriff’s Department to identify and apprehend the perpetrators.center_img Over the weekend, reports surfaced on social media that Phish fans had been attacked during the band’s Saturday night concert at The Gorge in George, Washington. With rampant speculations and second-hand information circulating on social media and various message boards, Live For Live Music held off on reporting about the attacks until we were able to confirm the known facts with official sources.In the past few days, we have spoken with law enforcement from the Grant County Sheriff’s Department and staff from The Gorge, and have reached out to the band and Live Nation for comment. We will continue to update this article as we get more information. Check out a summary of new updates below, or read the full updates in their entirety in the appropriate sections.Update to “From The Grant County Sheriff’s Department” (Thursday, 7/26/18): The Grant County Sheriff’s Department notes that no suspects have been identified and that they have identified and questioned persons involved in dealing nitrous, including the man with a swastika tattoo whose picture has been disseminated on social media.Creation of “From Live Nation” Section (Thursday, 7/26/18): During the evening of Wednesday, July 25th, Live Nation PNW issued a brief statement via its Facebook page. Live Nation PNW acknowledged it was working with the Grant County Sheriff’s Department in the investigation and noted that “Live Nation’s top priority is the security and safety of our fans.” We’ve created a new section in this article to continue to track statements from Live Nation, and the full update is posted there.Update to “From Live Nation” (Friday, 7/27/18): Live Nation posts a statement from its official Twitter (rather than a regional account), which reaffirms that fans’ safety is Live Nation’s top priority and the company has a no-tolerance policy for violence at any venue. The company also “strongly condemn[s] the terrible assault” and notes that they are continuing to work with the Grant County Sheriff’s Department.Update to “From The Grant County Sheriff’s Department” (Saturday, 7/28/18): During the afternoon of Friday, July 27th, the Grant County Sheriff’s Department issued another update via their official Twitter account. The department noted that they have not found evidence of bias speech or gestures during the attacks. The police also noted that they have “No suspects yet” and that they’re “Hoping someone will come forward who saw either suspect.”Update to “From The Grant County Sheriff’s Department” (Saturday, 7/28/18): The Grant County Sheriff’s Department responds to a user on Twitter when asked about existing links to the nitrous dealers with SS tattoos on lot. In the response, the department confirms that “As of right now, we have no witnesses who can describe either assailant.”Update to “From The Grant County Sheriff’s Department” (Tuesday, 7/31/18): Grant County Sheriff’s Department details all known knowledge about known nitrous dealers at The Gorge.From The Grant County Sheriff’s DepartmentUPDATE (Thursday, 7/26/18): From Kyle Foreman, the public information officer at the Grant County Sheriff’s Department, whose jurisdiction includes The Gorge, via email:No suspects have been identified. We’re exploring all possibilities but have developed no links. The persons who were involved with the nitrous (including the one seen on social media with the swastika tattoo) were identified and questioned by deputies but not arrested. None of those persons can be linked to the assaults. We’re still asking concert goers to let us know if they witnessed either of the assaults and can describe the suspects.The Grant County Sheriff’s Department also issued a new tweet, echoing Foreman’s email that the investigation is still underway with no suspects and that witnesses should come forward and contact the police. From The GorgeOn Sunday, after the initial reports of the attacks at The Gorge began to circulate, we reached out to the venue. At that time, a staff person at the venue explained that the venue was still going through medical and security records to get a better idea of what happened, and that they would be releasing more information later that day. However, in the time since, The Gorge has not released any statements about the assaults.Today, when we followed up with people at The Gorge, the person on the phone noted that they have “no comment at this moment.” When asked if they would be releasing information to the public, she said that she did not have an idea of whether they will be making a public statement, reiterating that the venue had “No comment” on the incidents. When asked about whether there was someone within their organization we could contact directly for more information, she took down one of our staff’s email addresses and phone number for the venue to contact potentially in the future, noting, “As for contact information, there is no contact information.”From One Of The VictimsToday, a fan named Samir Poles has come forward on social media, confirming that he was one of the victims at The Gorge on Saturday night. Through mutual friends, we have reached out to him for further comment, though have not been able to get a hold of him. In his Facebook post, Poles explained,As I was walking back from the bathroom to meet my friends a really big dude who was waiting in the shadows put a bowling ball sized rock thru my face > I wake up on the ground gushing blood through the whole (sic) in my mouth where my teeth used to be. The other victim Joe arrived in the medical tent 2 minutes after me and was very very hurt. While rumors have circulated that the victims were involved in nitrous distribution, in his statement, Poles asserted that he did not have anything to do with that aspect of the scene. He also confirmed what the Grant County Sheriff Department’s public information officer, Kyle Foreman, told us, noting that both victims were in different parts of the venue when the attacks occurred. You can read his full account below on Facebook.GoFundMe campaigns to help Samir with medical expenses have been set up. One has been set up by his friend and another has been set up by his sister. As noted in an update in the fundraiser set up by Mark Stratil, there are two legitimate GoFundMe campaigns for Samir currently. He notes, “We decided to keep them separate so we could reach out to as many of our friends directly. Please feel free to donate to either page. We may combine them in the future to cut down on some confusion.”A second GoFundMe for the alleged second victim has also been circulating across social media. The GoFundMe aligns with Poles’ account that the second victim was named Joe. You can donate to the GoFundMe here, which also provides more information from the victim’s friends.last_img read more

first_imgMultitalented bassist/vocalist/bandleader Thundercat has released a new single “King of the Hill”, featuring Flying Lotus and BadBadNotGood, which will appear on the forthcoming Brainfeeder X box set due out on November 16th.Flying Lotus produced the new track “King of the Hill”, which incorporates elements of jazz, funk, and soul into the mix. “King of the Hill” starts out with a relaxing and dreamy instrumental, before the music hits, and then is followed by Thundercat’s silky-smooth vocals. As the the soothing track approaches the song’s chorus, the musicians exclaim, “The king of the castle, the king of the hill, wasting his time, chasing cheap thrills.”As Rolling Stone reports, the 36-track Brainfeeder X compilation celebrates the Flying Lotus-founded label’s 10th anniversary. The two-volume box set offers a label retrospective in the first volume, which features previously released highlights from the label. The second volume includes 22 new and unreleased songs from the label’s artist roster. The compilation will be available as a 4-LP vinyl box set as well as in 2-CD and digital formats.Listen to Thundercat’s new track “King of the Hill” below:Thundercat ft. Flying Lotus & BadBadNotGood – “King of the Hill”[Video: Brainfeeder][H/T RollingStone]last_img read more

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