The Motet Release Official Recording Of Summer 2016 Red Rocks Performance

first_imgYou can catch The Motet on the road this Fall. After the band finishes their Mixtape 1979 Halloween run, the tour rolls on with shows at the Ardmore Music Hall, Brooklyn Bowl, and more. Check out the full tour schedule below: Back in July, Colorado-grown funk crew The Motet played their first headlining performance at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO. After opening performances from Vulfpeck and Medeski Martin & Wood, The Motet treated the crowd to a high-octane set of both old favorites and cuts from their latest release, Totem. Trey Anastasio Band trombonist Natalie Cressman joined the horn section for the entire show, and former Motet and current Big Gigantic saxophonist Dominic Lalli also lent his horn to the band for a tune.Today, The Motet officially released the full soundboard audio of their Red Rocks throw-down, so everyone can relive the magic. Stream the show via Spotify below, and watch pro-shot video for “The Truth” from the stellar performance.last_img read more

4 work choices you’ll regret later

first_imgAll of us act out of instinct from time to time. We throw caution to the wind and we react based on what’s happening around us. Many of these decisions we hurriedly make are not in our best interest. Consider the following four choices you may make in the workplace and why you’ll regret them down the road.Worrying what others will thinkWhen faced with a fork in the road, do you take the road others are expecting you to go down, or you do follow your gut? Making decisions with too much consideration for what others expect can be detrimental to your future, as it prevents you from thinking independently. Sure, it’s good to be empathetic and thoughtful about your colleagues, but be strong and decide the best path for you based on your own experiences.Working too hardYou’re in the midst of a major project or assignment at work and it seems like nothing else matters. If you’re not careful, you’ll get lost in your work and other things around you, especially your personal relationships, will be negatively affected. Remember, there is more to life than professional success. Instead of immediately diving in to your task, take a minute to carefully map out your goals and the time needed for accomplishing them. You may instinctively want to devote everything to your work, but remember the importance of a work-life balance.Taking a job just for moneyWe all have to make a living and our salaries are important to all of us. But, don’t let just the amount of money you bring home determine where you will spend your day-to-day. We are in the office more than we are with our friends and family. So, choose your professional path not solely on your salary, but also on whether or not you’ll mind waking up for work each day. You don’t have to LOVE what you do, but being at peace with your work life and finding some enjoyment out of it is vital to finding happiness.Not speaking upRemember you can be opinionated without being rude and it is possible to assert yourself without being aggressive. If you feel strongly about something at work, express your feelings appropriately and respectfully. In many cases, you will have to look out for yourself and speak up to get what you want in life. So, don’t be afraid to put yourself out there to get ahead. 163SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Wendy Moody Wendy Moody is a Senior Editor with CUInsight.com. Wendy works with the editorial team to help edit the content including current news, press releases, jobs and events. She keeps … Web: www.cuinsight.com Detailslast_img read more

Destructive Holder puts Pride on top despite batting failure

first_img…Sixteen wickets tumble on day oneKINGSTON, Jamaica, (CMC) – Fast bowler Chemar Holder stunned Jamaica Scorpions with a devastating five-wicket haul to turn the page on a sub-par Barbados Pride batting display, and put the visitors in control of their third round contest at Sabina Park here Thursday.On a day when 16 wickets tumbled, Pride folded cheaply for 219 in their first innings despite contrasting half-centuries from opener Shayne Moseley (64) and lower order batsman Kyle Mayers (53).Fast bowler Marquino Mindley spearheaded his side’s attack, snatching four for 31 while West Indies white-ball all-rounder Rovman Powell claimed three for 65 with his medium pace.In reply, Scorpions were taken apart by a hostile seven-over spell from Holder, who finished with five for 21, as they tumbled to 53 for six at the close – 166 runs adrift of their target.Captain and Test opener John Campbell has so top-scored with 25 but no other Scorpions batsman managed to make it out of single digits.There was little indication of the pending carnage when the left-handed Campbell clobbered two fours and a six in putting on 26 for the first wicket with Oraine Williams (3).But once Williams wafted at a wide one from Holder in the sixth over and edged a catch behind, Scorpions’ innings collapsed as six wickets went down for 27 runs.West Indies batsman Brandon King dragged on a drive at Holder and lost his middle stump for three before Jermaine Blackwood (1) turned a delivery from the same bowler into short leg’s lap.Holder then produced perhaps the delivery of the day when he got one to lift and leave Campbell, for Jonathan Carter at third slip to complete the catch at 39 for four.Test seamer Kemar Roach then bowled Nkrumah Bonner through the gate without scoring before Holder completed his five-wicket haul – his third in first class cricket – off the day’s final ball when he got Powell to drive loosely to cover.Earlier, Pride looked on course for a competitive total when they reached 166 for four but lost their last six wickets for 53 runs.Moseley, who faced 127 balls and struck six fours and a six, put on 52 for the first wicket with captain Kraigg Brathwaite (25) before adding a further 47 for the third wicket with Carter (11).When Moseley followed 27 balls later with just 15 runs added, Pride were wobbling on 118 for four. However, the left-handed Mayers led the fightback in a counter-attacking knock, posting 48 for the fifth wicket with Test wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich (14) and 30 for the sixth with Ashley Nurse (17).Mayers, with a hundred and a half-century in his four previous innings, faced 61 balls and struck eight fours and a six before he was sixth out – holing out to deep backward point off Powell.last_img read more

NBA: Joel Embiid, Karl-Anthony Towns brawl on court & social media

first_img WATCH US LIVE First Published: 31st October, 2019 23:13 IST Also Read | NBA: Detroit Pistons’ Markieff Morris Fined $35K For Abusing Referee 10 months ago NBA 2019: Boston Celtics vs Mliwaukee Bucks player ratings, result Written By LIVE TV FOLLOW US Take down aside, Embiid going all “Rocky” for the Philly fans…is Phantastic. 🥊 pic.twitter.com/fXOg0WTqZf— Dave Furst (@DaveFurst) October 31, 2019 10 months ago NBA or WWE? Watch Embiid and Towns’ ugly fight as Simmons chokes KAT COMMENT Last Updated: 31st October, 2019 23:13 IST NBA: Joel Embiid, Karl-Anthony Towns Brawl On Court & Social Media NBA stars Joel Embiid and Karl-Anthony Towns took their on-court brawl to social media. Embiid lashes out at KAT who responds with a nasty post on Instagram.center_img Joel Embiid and Karl-Anthony Towns were embroiled in a gruesome fight as the Philadelphia 76ers defeated Minnesota Timberwolves by a scoreline of 117-95 at the Wells Fargo Center on Thursday, October 31. The two NBA athletes wrestled each other during the game and the fight ended with Ben Simmons choking Towns as Embiid added fuel to the fire by instigating the crowd. The brawl ended with Embiid and Towns being asked to leave the basketball court by the match referee.Also Read | NBA Or WWE? Watch Embiid And Towns’ Ugly Fight As Simmons Chokes KATNBA: Karl-Anthony Towns hits out at Joel Embiid on Instagram SUBSCRIBE TO US Also Read | NBA: Stephen Curry Breaks Left Hand After Bad Fall Against SunsNBA: Embiid-KAT clash with each other on social media WE RECOMMEND 10 months ago NBA: Detroit Pistons’ Markieff Morris fined $35K for abusing referee 10 months ago NBA: Watch James Harden drop 59 points in Rockets’ win over Wizards Just last week, Joel Embiid claimed that he was a changed man and he was done ‘trash talking’ about other players in the NBA. But some things can never change. The Wolves’ player was the first one to fire shots aimed at KAT when he posted the above picture on Instagram with the hashtag #Fightnight. KAT was quick to retaliate as he went on to use the clown emoji while talking about Embiid and added a photo of the 76ixers star crying following last season’s heartbreaking loss to eventual NBA champions Toronto Raptors in the playoffs. Embiid hit back at Towns as he pointed out that the latter had never played in a playoff game and went on to spew a line of profane insults on social media that ended with “Don’t get it twisted I OWN YOU.”Also Read | NBA: Watch James Harden Drop 59 Points In Rockets’ Win Over WizardsNBA: Joel Embiid goes all ‘Rocky’ for the Philly fans Daniel Arambur 10 months ago NBA: Stephen Curry breaks left hand after bad fall against Sunslast_img read more