Tomorrow (Friday, April 28th, 2017), Twiddle will release PLUMP: Chapter 2, their follow-up to 2015’s PLUMP: Chapter 1. Since Chapter 1‘s release, the Vermont jammers have toured extensively, headlining clubs across the country and earning slots at some of the jam scene’s most prestigious festivals. Following the release of their new LP, the quartet looks forward to a summer of festival appearances, including Summer Camp, Bonnaroo, and Camp Bisco as well as their own homegrown Vermont events Frendly Gathering (June 29-July 1) and Tumble Down in Vermont (July 28-29).Watch Twiddle Welcome Keller Williams For “Best Feeling” Cover At LOCKN’ [Pro-Shot]As the band (drummer Brook Jordan, bassist Zdenek Gubb, keyboardist Ryan Dempsey, and guitarist Mihali Savoulidis) embarks on this new “chapter,” we caught up with them to bend their ears about their summer PLUMPtivites:Live For Live Music: The new record (PLUMP Chapter 2) is about to be released; I know that must be exciting! Given how much Twiddle is known as a live band, are there challenges to capturing that live energy and spirit in the studio?Twiddle: It depends on what you’re going for. Some bands try and recreate their live sound in the studio and some bands don’t. With PLUMP, we were trying to lay somewhere between where we knew it would translate in a live environment and also have a recognizable studio quality during the listening experience. Having the ability to bring in horn, string, and lap steel players for the studio was something we can’t do live every show so having that added energy captured for the record is a real treat for us and our fans.L4LM: Several songs on the new album (such as “Juggernaut”) seem to have a different musical style that what we usually hear from you. What sorts of influences did you and the band have? Do you have a favorite track?Zdenek Gubb: I think the band prides themselves in crossing from one genre to the next, whether throughout a show, or even within a singular song. “Juggernaut” is probably one of our favorites. All four of us have our own separate influences, and that probably lends to the band’s multi-genre component.L4LM: Now that you’ve played the songs off of PLUMP Chapter 1 for a while, how have they changed?Mihali Savoulidis: All of our songs evolve and develop in the live sphere. Some more than others of course. If you dig deep enough, you can probably pinpoint some jams that ultimately became permanent parts of a song. Many Chapter 1 songs have become jam vehicles, too, so who knows how these songs could continue to ebb and flow in different directions.L4LM: Your fan base seems to be growing very quickly and Twiddle are now touring more than ever. What do you think were the best strides you made together last year?Brook Jordan: Tumble Down was incredible. Throwing our own two-day event in such a beautiful place like Waterfront Park in Burlington was super cool. Aside from that, PLUMP was the most important thing we did, in terms of making strides. Taken as a whole, there is a lot of music we are really proud of.L4LM: I’m sure you’re excited about the many festival bills you’re on for this summer including your own Tumble Down Festival (July 28-29). Which festivals are you most looking forward to as a fan of music?Brook Jordan: Frendly Gathering is always one of our favorites. This year we’re hosting Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, Charles Bradley, Madaila, and a lot more. We’ve been playing Frendly since year one, and there is nothing better than getting to enjoy and experience an entire festival. It’s so rare to actually spend time with friends or family at a cool festival, because the band is usually on a tight schedule. Also, like Tumble Down, Frendly allows us to invite the Twiddle family up to our home state of Vermont.[photo by Daniel Ojeda]
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The Queenslander has VJ walls and high ceilingsTheir granddaughter Eileen Newlove said she often heard stories from her father, Noel, about growing up on Aylesford St. “There’s a shop on Denham St, it used to be a grocery shop, and Dad used come down on his go kart and fly right into the front door — it makes me wonder how many doors my grandparents had to repair,” Mrs Newlove said. “And my Aunty Marjory married a man who was a boarder at the house at one point.“I’ve been told my grandfather said ‘it was about time you married her’ when they wed.“Her married name, Kelso, is still on the front of the house.”The home passed to Mrs Kelso after Mr and Mrs Ramsay passed away.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020“I’d spend the odd weekend there (as a child) and there were Christmases there, too,” Mrs Newlove said.“The house was always neat, my aunty was very particular with it, and not a thing was out of place.“She used to make me so nervous that I’d spill my peas and milk on the table. But those weekends there were nice.” The original kitchen in the 1920s QueenslanderWhen Mrs Kelso passed on, the Annerley home went to the Ramsay’s youngest son, Allan.“When I had my children we went up there a few times and I remember the kids playing in backyard with Uncle Allan — he was only about 13 years older than me,” Mrs Newlove said. Mr Ramsay, 75, has now moved into a nursing home and 31 Aylesford St is being sold to pay for his care. “The house is completely original and it is very solid,” Mrs Newlove said. The double gabled Queenslander sits on a 625sq m block and has timber flooring, high ceilings and VJ walls. “I would have liked to keep it in the family but it just wasn’t possible,” Mrs Newlove said. “I’d like to see a family buy it and start their life there and make their own memories.” The home is being marketed by Jamal Naouri from Place Coorparoo and will be auctioned on Saturday, February 4 at 3pm. 31 Aylesford Street, Annerley is on the market for the first timeA 1920s Queenslander in original condition is on the market in Annerley for the first time since it was constructed. Lily and Edwin Ramsay built the three-bedroom house at 31 Aylesford St in 1923, not long after they married. The couple raised their three children, Noel, Marjory and Allan, in the home and lived at the address for the rest of their lives.
Dodgers hit seven home runs, sweep Colorado Rockies Allen’s jersey was a custom jersey with his name on the back and the No. 13 he wears for the Chargers.Diego Cartaya, a 16-year-old prospect for the Dodgers, caught the attention of Dodgers president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman during batting practice. UPDATE: How Dodgers pitcher Ross Stripling topped the baseball podcast empire Pitcher Julio Urias was optioned to the Dodgers’ Class A Advanced Affiliate, the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes. Here is the latest from J.P. Hoornstra. Prior to the Los Angeles Dodgers’ home game against the San Diego Padres at Dodger Stadium, Manny Machado took some time to play catch with a fan in the stands.This is another example of “always bring your glove.”Sign up for our Inside the Dodgers newsletter. Be the best Dodger fan you can be by getting daily intel on your favorite team. Subscribe here.More Dodgers’ related notes on social media:Here is the Dodgers’ lineup for tonight including the nickname for each player in honor of “Players Weekend.” Related Articles Prior to the Los Angeles Chargers’ preseason game against the New Orleans Saints at the StubHub Center, wide receiver Keenan Allen and safety Rayshawn Jenkins arrived in Dodger jerseys. Fire danger is on Dave Roberts’ mind as Dodgers head to San Francisco Cody Bellinger homer gives Dodgers their first walkoff win of season Dodgers’ Max Muncy trying to work his way out of slow start Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error
David Ortiz shooting: Authorities close in on mastermind and motive, ID man they say paid hitmen A leg issue limited Stanton mostly to designated hitter in 2018, when he hit 38 home runs and drove in 100 runs, but the addition of Encarnacion will force manager Aaaron Boone to use Stanton, 29, in the outfield more, a prospect that doesn’t appear to faze GM Brian Cashman.“When we acquired G, it wasn’t to be a DH,” Cashman said. “We feel like we have a very athletic outfielder. Because we’re an American League club, we had a chance to settle him in his first year. He predominantly wound up slotting into that DH spot and then he played the outfield a lot when Judge was down. He’s more than capable.”The Yankees have managed to thrive despite the absence of Stanton and Judge, the two most intimidating hitters in their lineup. Entering Tuesday’s play, New York is in first place in the AL East with a 44-27 record, 1 1/2 games ahead of Tampa Bay as the teams play the second of a three-game series in the Bronx. He initially was diagnosed with a left biceps strain and left shoulder strain but then suffered a calf strain early in the rehab process, part of what seems to be a never-ending series of injuries for New York this season. Stanton went 1-for-7, the one hit being a home run, in two games of a rehab assignment over the weekend with Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre.His return, along with the addition Encarnacion, gives the Yankees considerably more pop, with more on the way back as Aaron Judge continues to rehab at Triple-A. The Yankees on Tuesday reinstated outfielder/DH Giancarlo Stanton from the 10-day disabled list, and he is in the lineup Tuesday night against the Rays in his first game since March 31.Stanton will play right field and bat fifth, between Gary Sanchez and recently acquired AL home run leader Edwin Encarnacion, a tantalizing preview of the power the Yankees can load into their batting order when healthy. Big G’s Back 💪Powered by @Biofreeze pic.twitter.com/U55Aojm9QU— New York Yankees (@Yankees) June 18, 2019“I can’t wait. People are saying ‘Murderer’s Row.’ It’s going to be fun,” first baseman Luke Voit said (via the New York Daily News ). “It’ll be an intimidating lineup. If you get one guy out, you’re going to have to face the next guy. It’ll be nice to hit around Stanton. I haven’t been able to play with him for a long time and the guy is an MVP for a reason, so I’m excited to get him back.”The team didn’t immediately announce a roster move to make room for Stanton, who has been out since the opening series of the season. Related News Will Yankees land front-line starters like Max Scherzer, Trevor Bauer? ‘We’ll see,’ Brian Cashman says Yankees’ Edwin Encarnacion excited by trade despite dud debut
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