Vulfpeck Release Stems For “Birds Of A Feather, We Rock Together”

first_imgVulfpeck is known for catering to their hardcore fans. Their videos are fun, playful, and funny, but there’s always an undertone of musical appreciation that helps them connect with their audience. Vulfpeck’s crowd simply loves music; they love to listen, appreciate, and replicate their favorite band. Vulfpeck has published several instructional videos in the past, teaching their fans how to play certain songs on the piano, and also how to create the band’s now-iconic “Vulfify” look. The band has even released stems to some of their more popular songs—such as or “Poinciana”, “Dean Town”, and “Back Pocket”—so their fans could make authentic remixes of their material.Cory Henry & The Funk Apostles Announce New Year’s Eve In NYCOver the weekend, the band continued with their new stem trend, releasing individual tracks from their take on Mocky‘s “Birds Of A Feather, We Rock Together”—the lead single from their new album Mr. Finish Line. There are 7 tracks in total, each of which represents a different track from the recording of “Birds Of A Feather”. You can isolate Joe Dart‘s bass line, Antwaun Stanley‘s soulful vocals, Woody Goss‘s beautiful organ, Theo Katzmann‘s spot-on falsetto, Joey Dosik‘s keys and vocal skills, and, of course, Jack Stratton‘s pancakes as percussion. Now, any fan can create their own mix of “Birds Of A Feather, We Rock Together” with that authentic Vulf sound!The stems are available as an album and also as individual tracks, so fear not if you really have your heart set on using that pancake stem in a future remix and none of the other tracks. Each track is available for $1.00, with the full album available for the low price of…$1.00! To check the tracks out and make your own musical masterpiece, head to Vulfpeck’s stem Bandcamp page. To refresh your memory, check out the awesome music video of Vulfpeck and Antwaun Stanley’s “Birds Of A Feather, We Rock Together”.last_img read more

The Claypool Lennon Delirium Performs On Minnesota Public Radio’s ‘The Current’ [Watch]

first_imgIn February, The Claypool Lennon Delirium officially released their second album together, South of Reality, via ATO. South of Reality is the follow-up to 2016’s Monolith of Phobos, the band’s debut record that displayed their fascinatingly raw authenticity, and 2017’s Lime And Limpid Green EP, which featured psychedelic covers of Pink Floyd, The Who, King Crimson, and Flower Travellin’ Band.The Claypool Lennon Delirium Welcomes Rush’s Geddy Lee For Beatles Cover In Toronto [Watch]Les Claypool and Sean Lennon recently stopped by Minnesota Public Radio station The Current, to perform a trio of songs off of South of Reality. The Claypool Lennon Delirium’s in-studio performance began with “Blood and Rockets: Movement I”, Saga Of Jack Parsons – Movement II, Too The Moon”, the lead single off of South of Reality. The band then worked through the Sean Lennon-led “Easily Charmed By Fools”, along with “Little Fishes”, which hears Claypool and Lennon sharing the vocal lead.Watch pro-shot video of The Claypool Lennon Delirium’s performance for The Current below:The Claypool Lennon Delirium – “Blood and Rockets: Movement I, Saga Of Jack Parsons – Movement II, Too The Moon”[Video: The Current]The Claypool Lennon Delirium – “Easily Charmed By Fools”[Video: The Current]The Claypool Lennon Delirium – “Little Fishes”[Video: The Current]The Claypool Lennon Delirium continues their tour on Wednesday, April 30th with a stop at Covington, KY’s Madison Theater.  For a full list of upcoming tour dates and ticketing information, head to the band’s website.[H/T JamBase]last_img read more

Healthy Spring Lawn

first_img“There are special steps people should take to help their lawn survive the winter,” said GilLandry, an Extension Service turf specialist with the University of Georgia College ofAgricultural and Environmental Sciences. Emerald zoysia grass and El Toro zoysia are like hybrid Bermuda but are a little morewinter-hardy. Centipede and St. Augustine are the most susceptible to winter damage. Leave most grasses about one notch above the normal cutting level. “Centipede is an exceptionto the mowing rule,” he said. “It should be mowed no higher than one-and-a-half inchesthroughout the year.” “Before you fertilize any growing area, test the soil,” said Wayne Jordan, head of the UGAAgricultural Services Labs. “A soil test will help you know the fertility status of the soil andmake an educated decision about how much fertilizer and lime you need.” “During late summer and early fall, when we are below normal rainfall, irrigation is the mostimportant step,” he said. “Even though the grass doesn’t appear to be actively growing, it useswater nearly the entire year.” You can protect your lawn from excessive winterkill, too, by insulating it. “With warm-seasongrasses, particularly in north Georgia, leave the grass a little taller than normal to go into thewinter,” Landry said. How much to water? The second most important step to a thriving lawn is to fertilize it based on soil testrecommendations. “Have a soil test conducted for a lawn every three years,” Landry said. If you want a great lawn next summer, it’s not too early to start working on it. Careful fallmaintenance can be the key to a flourishing green lawn in the year ahead. Your county extension agent can make soil sampling easy. Visit the county office to getinstructions and soil sample bags.center_img “If properly maintained, Meyer zoysia has more winter hardiness than the other grasses,”Landry said. “But it requires significantly more water. The hybrid Bermuda grasses generallywill handle extreme temperatures better than common Bermuda.” “We don’t recommend St. Augustine grass north of the fall line,” Landry said. “Centipedegrass can be grown throughout the state if properly managed. However, many people in northGeorgia seem to have problems with it.” Don’t fertilize centipede as late in the fall or as early in the spring as other warm-seasongrasses, either. Don’t fertilize centipede in the spring until it has greened up completely. “When it’s going into and coming out of dormancy, keep the soil moist,” Landry said.”Probably about one-half inch every two weeks should be enough. But check the soil moisturewith your fingers.” If you’re planning to reseed or resod, some grasses grow better in different areas of the state. “Newly seeded common Bermuda grass needs special attention, because it’s very prone towinterkill during the first year,” Landry said. “Be sure it’s irrigated, the mowing height israised and it’s not fertilized too late in the growing season.” Irrigation is equally important in early spring when the turf starts to green up. The most important prescription for a healthy lawn, Landry said, is irrigation.last_img read more

Victim Protection Agency requests Rp 65m to compensate ex-minister for stabbing incident

first_img“Wiranto is a victim of terrorism. Therefore, the LPSK must ask for compensation for him,” Maneger said on Friday as quoted by kompas.com.He added that Wiranto had not asked for compensation, but the agency is required by law to request it for him.Read also: COVID-19 may reduce pro-IS activity, but attacks still possible: IPACThe regulation requires the agency to apply for compensation on behalf of victims even though the victims do not request it in the first place. It also requires the LPSK to include a letter of statement from the police or the National Counterterrorism Agency (BNPT) in submitting the request.However, Maneger claimed that a statement from the police calling the stabbing against Wiranto a terror act would be enough.“It will depend on the judges whether they will grant our request,” said Maneger.Wiranto was stabbed in the stomach by a man identified as Syahrial Alamsyah, also known as Abu Rara, and his wife FA after an event in Sindanghayu village, Saketi subdistrict, Pandeglang on October 10, 2019. The attackers were both linked to the Jamaah Ansharut Daulah (JAD) terror group, which supports the Islamic State (IS).Both attackers and another individual identified as Samsudin, also known as Ending, were named suspects for their respective roles in planning and carrying out the attack. The case is currently on trial at the South Jakarta District Court. (aly)Topics : The Witness and Victim Protection Agency (LPSK) has requested Rp 65 million (US$4,113) in financial compensation for former coordinating political, legal and security affairs minister Wiranto, who was stabbed during an alleged terror attack in Pandeglang, Banten, in October last year.LPSK deputy chairman Maneger Nasution said the agency had submitted the request to a high court as Wiranto, who is now chairman of the Presidential Advisory Board (Wantimpres), was eligible for compensation according to prevailing law.Law No. 5/2018 on Terrorism stipulates an obligation for the state to provide compensation to victims of acts of terrorism.last_img read more

Why 2018 is the year to focus on ‘betterment’

first_imgPlease note that any information that you supply is protected by our Privacy and Cookie Policy. Access to all documents and request for further information are available to all users at no cost. In order to provide you with this free service, William Reed Business Media Ltd does share your information with companies that have content on this site. When you access a document or request further information from this site, your information may be shared with the owners of that document or information. Company: Sun BrandingFormat: PDFLength: 44 pagesType: White Paper Sun Branding Solutions latest whitepaper ‘Buying betterment’, looks at a growing trend for holistic health and how consumers of all ages are demanding more, not less from the brands and products they buy.With insight from Leeds Trinity University, vitamin and supplement brand Prime Fifty and a host of Sun Branding Solutions experts, the paper covers key trends and thought-provoking insight to help you take advantage of this growing trend. Download our free white paper here to find out moreFill out the form to download the pdf.last_img read more

AOG to deliver TCP gas lift jumpers for Okwori field off Nigeria

first_imgAirborne Oil & Gas (AOG), a manufacturer of thermoplastic composite pipes (TCP), has secured a contract with Addax Petroleum for two gas lift jumpers in West Africa.AOG said on Wednesday that its TCP products would be applied in the region for the first time.The Dutch-based company will supply two, 180-meter-long TCP jumpers to support Sinopec subsidiary’s operations in the Okwori field off the coast of Nigeria within an eight-week timeframe.This is the first time one of its TCP technologies were ordered through the “Jumper on Demand” service which sees long lengths of its jumpers being manufactured, prepared with dedicated end-fittings, and held in stock.This allows for a significantly improved turnaround of pipe supply, termination, and installation in any location.The scope of work marks the second order for AOG’s TCP products in Nigeria this year. The first was for a TCP jumper spool which is expected to be deployed by a supermajor in the region later in the year.Addax technical advisor Tony Kirkby said: “The flexibility and ease of re-termination makes TCP a great product for gas lift and other applications within Addax in Nigeria. It allows us to cut the pipe to length and install quickly, thereby ensuring that production is maintained with minimum disruption.”AOG VP for Europe & Africa Paul McCafferty added: “This scope of work for Addax involves the delivery of two TCP Jumpers within a very short timeframe, which in turn provides the support the Sinopec Group subsidiary require in the most optimal way.“Throughout this project, we look forward to further developing our client relationship while delivering our effective, high-quality TCP technology to support their future pipeline needs.”The Okwori field is located in OML 126 shallow water block in the Niger Delta. Although there are four fields on the block, only two – Okwori and Nda – are producing.Addax brought them onstream in 2005 via subsea wells, tied-back to the leased Sendje Berge FPSO.Spotted a typo? Have something more to add to the story? Maybe a nice photo? Contact our editorial team via email. Also, if you’re interested in showcasing your company, product or technology on Offshore Energy Today please contact us via our advertising form where you can also see our media kit.last_img read more