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_imgThe Batesville Boy’s Varsity tennis team defeated Rushville 5-0 to win the team EIAC title. Batesville has went a perfect 14-0 in EIAC matches since the conference expanded to eight teams last year.#1 Singles- Beau Brown defeated Will Hogsett 6-0, 6-2#2 Singles- Blake Walsman defeated Adam Martin 6-0, 6-1#3 Singles- Ben Schwettman defeated Cole Carmony 6-0, 6-2#1 Doubles- Matthew Taylor and Spencer Rose defeated Brandon Slaton and Zach Hoeing 6-2, 6-0#2 Doubles- Harsh Patel and Paul Ritter defeated Michael St. John and AJ Rice 6-2, 6-0In JV action, Batesville won 3-0. Brandon Laker and Lane Westerfeld were both winners in singles. The doubles teams of Jonathan Kunkel/Will Harmeyer and Mitchell Esser/Sam Esser were also winners.The varsity is now 10-3 on the season (7-0 in the EIAC) while the JV is 7-3. The varsity will play in the Whiteland Invitational on Saturday.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Mike McKinney.last_img read more