first_imgThe String Cheese Incident recently shared news of their “Sound Lab,” a creative workspace for the band to create and release new music on their own schedule. When we spoke to Michael Kang about the lab, he mentioned that it was not only SCI who would be using the space. Now we have our first taste of non-SCI music from the “Sound Lab,” in the form of a new song from the Kyle Hollingsworth Band.Released today, Hollingsworth’s “Tumbling” has a great summery feel to it. Hollingsworth talks about the song’s inspiration, saying: “Tumbling” started out as a groove that was in need of becoming a song. It was one of those feels that I had done in the past, but with a more indie vibe to it. Lyrically it speaks of my first love and first loss all around a trip to the see The Grateful Dead in Pittsburgh. Sometimes I struggle to form a cohesive theme and groove, but this came together fairly easily and quickly. I like where this ended up, I hope you enjoy!”The String Cheese Incident Jams Hard, Welcomes Tony Furtado In Atlanta [Full Audio]Listen to “Tumbling” below:last_img read more

first_imgGREENSBURG, Ind. — A Greensburg man was arrested was arrested on criminal rape charges, according to the Decatur County Sheriff’s Department.Chase W. Hollin, 19, was arrested late last week after an arrest warrant was issued.According to police, an investigation into Hollin began back in September when a woman and her roommate contacted police claiming that Hollin had raped the woman in her apartment as she tried to sleep.Police say the two had a friendship that began after they met at her work.Hollin was a guest in the woman’s home the night the incident occurred, according to police.Police say the woman reported that she had declined the encounter with Hollin that night and told him several times to stop.When police interviewed Hollin, he admitted that he heard and understood the woman’s refusal, but still engaged.According to police he stopped when he realized that she was uncomfortable.Hollin’s trial is set for April 12.last_img read more

first_imgRelatedPosts Suarez agrees Atletico terms Barca president Bartomeu says he won’t go to war anymore with Messi Messi scores twice in Barca friendly Lionel Messi has hit back at reports claiming he bailed out Ronaldinho from jail in Paraguay. The Barcelona and Brazil legend was arrested on March 6 and held in prison after being accused of possessing false Paraguayan passports and ID cards. On Tuesday, Ronaldinho was released from jail into house arrest after he and his brother paid $1.6 million (£1.3 million) in bail. Reports had claimed that Messi put forward the cash to help out his former Barcelona teammate. But the Argentine now claimed that is “fake news”. “What they said in this same newspaper about Newell’s [Old Boys] a few weeks ago was also false,” Messi posted on social media. “Thank goodness that nobody believes them anymore.” Messi also strongly denied reports suggesting he will leave Barcelona at the end of the season and is planning to join Inter. Last week, Messi attacked Barcelona’s hierarchy for putting pressure on the players after they agreed to take a 70 per cent wage cut during Spain’s coronavirus crisis. In a statement on Instagram, Messi said: “It does not cease to surprise us that from within the club there were those who tried to put us under the magnifying glass and tried to add pressure to do something that we always knew we would do. “In fact, if the agreement has been delayed for a few days it is simply because we were looking for a formula to help the club and also its workers in these difficult times.”Tags: BailBarcelonaLionel MessiParaguayRonaldinholast_img read more

first_imgMost weeks Dino Babers enters his Monday morning press conference and immediately asks for questions. Monday, after SU’s 27-23 loss at Clemson, he approached the podium with an index card and spoke for nearly two minutes.To start, he announced long snapper Matt Keller will be out for the season. Keller was seen with a sling on his arm after the loss Saturday. Then Babers shifted his tone. He expressed his pride in Syracuse’s effort against the now No. 4 Tigers. But he didn’t want to look back any longer.“We have to move on from that game,” Babers said. “We can’t finish and reach our goals if we keep looking back to the past. And I know that you have questions to ask and I’ll answer those questions.” The questions came. After the reviewing the film, Babers was more specific as to why SU couldn’t hang onto its 10-point fourth quarter lead.  AdvertisementThis is placeholder textFirst, he mentioned three first downs in the second half. “That’s not enough,” he said. Then, he brought up the 96-yard Clemson drive which ended in a game-winning touchdown, which used too much clock. Lastly, he questioned himself. He said the two plays he had “50-50” decisions on timeouts came on Clemson’s 4th-and-6 from its own 48 and before the final touchdown of the game. Babers noted he didn’t call a timeout before the 4th-and-6 because he didn’t want to give the “rookie” quarterback Chase Brice and opportunity to talk through the play with his coaches. He wanted to challenge Brice to do it on his own. Before the final touchdown, Babers contemplated giving the defense a break because of the play count building up against his team on the drive, but he didn’t pull the trigger.“Those are my two 50-50s,”  Babers said. “I’m not saying they’re wrong. It was just ‘hey, 50-50 make a call.’” “So there was a lot of stuff going on,” Babers continued while cracking a smile. “But it was one heck of a game wasn’t it? It really was.”Later, Babers compared his team to Clemson last year. He praised the Tigers: “the big thing Clemson didn’t do last year, is they didn’t let Syracuse beat them twice.” He added Syracuse needs to do the same this year. The best thing for SU is to turn the page, he added. “I don’t think they’re occasional,” Babers said of his team. “But we have to prove it. And this an opportunity right now to prove it. We’ve had a setback it’s our first one of the year. Now, what are we going to do now?”Other notes from Monday’s presser When asked if he considers Clemson a rival of SU, Babers opted to list Boston College as the Orange’s rival. He added: “If you want to find out where you are as a football team, playing (Clemson) you normally do.” Babers on Pittsburgh: “They have two big backs they run the football with. They believe in running the football. I’ve coached at that university and they’re a bunch of tough guys that like to grind it out and pound and lean on you. And we just saw what happened to us in the last game when someone decided to do that.”When asked about the health of Antwan Cordy, who left Saturday’s game in a sling, and Chris Elmore Babers said, “Both of those guys will be fine. Both of them will be in the next game.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+center_img Published on October 1, 2018 at 12:51 pm Contact Josh: [email protected] | @Schafer_44last_img read more

first_imgIngram was missing after tests on a sore right shoulder revealed the severity of his injury, with the 21-year-old expected to sit out the remainder of the season.Lonzo Ball and Kyle Kuzma are also sidelined, while Lance Stephenson did not feature against the Celtics due to a sprained toe.”Our league is all about wins and losses, but when you have something like that happen it puts things in perspective and you understand how important those things are,” James told the media.”On the flip side, you just don’t take an opportunity for granted when you do get on the floor. Your season can be shut down like ‘BI’ [Ingram] and ‘Zo [Ball]’.”Final from Los Angeles.James: 30 pts, 12 ast, 10 rebWagner: 22 pts, 6 rebWilliams: 18 pts, 10 reb— Los Angeles Lakers (@Lakers) March 10, 2019With so many key players missing, a young Lakers lineup failed to keep pace with the Celtics, who saw Kyrie Irving score 30 points as the team picked up its third straight win on the road.Rookie center Moritz Wagner had 22 points for Los Angeles and Johnathan Williams contributed 18 off the bench, yet the latest defeat further damaged the team’s slim hopes of making the playoffs.”Every day is another opportunity to learn and experience things,” James said when asked about the Lakers’ youngsters.”You have to be very patient — they haven’t experienced a lot in this game, there are a lot of things that are new to them and they have to learn on the fly, but the best teacher in life is experience. LeBron James admitted Brandon Ingram’s deep venous thrombosis diagnosis was a reminder not to take opportunities for granted after the undermanned Lakers lost again on Saturday.James recorded a triple-double in 28 minutes on court, but the struggling Lakers were beaten for a fifth successive game, going down 120-107 to the Celtics. “For me to be able to use some of my experience to try to rub off on them. Hopefully, it is rubbing off on them about playing the game the right way and never taking it for granted, giving it everything you got on the floor.”It’s challenging, but I kind of knew what I was getting into. I didn’t expect to be out for five and a half weeks during a crucial point in our season, and we also didn’t expect the other brain of our team, Rajon Rondo, to also be out for another five and a half weeks — we both got hurt at the same time.”I think it just took a hit on our team at that point in time, which was a critical point going into the new year.”last_img read more