Iggy Pop will play the first punk rock festival in the Dominican Republic in 2023

Iggy Pop will perform at the first Destination Chaos punk rock festival, from January 28 to February 2, 2023, at the Senator Puerto Plata Resort and Spa on the north coast of the Dominican Republic. Pop is set to headline the festival, created by The Experience Resorts and Upstart Entertainment, …

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Marlink launches Sealink 60 VSAT service – SatNews

marlink unveiled Sealink 60a new Ku-band VSAT service designed to meet the needs of small merchant, offshore and fishing vessels. Created in response to the growing demand for regional VSAT coverage requiring a smaller antenna, Sealink 60 is designed to provide flexible regional connectivity for vessels seeking to upgrade to …

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The “next phase” of Blink-182 in preparation?

Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus hinted at the “next phase” of the group. Pop-punk fans everywhere are probably getting curious and excited. Now that Hoppus’ relationship with the band’s Tom DeLonge is “actually better than it was,” the band may be in store for a new chapter. In a recent interview with …

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PREMIERE: CITIZEN RAT // Don’t Wanna Be An American

Violent Soho devotees, dry your tears! Citizen Rat is here, ready to fill the hole in your grunge-loving heart with their latest track, Don’t want to be American. AFTER: WAAX: creative freedom and lyrical hair removal // DUNE RATS: dance classes and thinking outside the box // BRING ME THE …

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Today in History, August 17

Today is Wednesday, August 17, the 229th day of 2022. There are 136 days left in the year. Highlight of today’s story: On August 17, 1982, the first commercially produced compact discs, a recording of ABBA’s “The Visitors”, were pressed at a Philips factory near Hannover, West Germany. To this …

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5G-mitigating FreeFlight radar altimeters get approval

Free flight systems received FAA technical standard order (TSO) certification for two radar altimeters designed to mitigate 5G broadband cellular interference. The RA-6000 dual installation and RA-5000 single installation digital TERRAIN models were certified on August 8 to meet the performance standards required for short-range airborne radar altimeters. Tuesday’s announcement …

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Flogging Molly releases new album ‘Anthem’ on September 9th – Their first in five years (Listen here)

Flogging Molly releases new album ‘Anthem’ on September 9th – Their first in five years (Listen here) Facebook Twitter E-mail Reddit Since its creation, Flogging Molly were dogged by the term “Celtic Punk Rock” (for better or worse), a term that doesn’t begin to describe the Irish stew of influences …

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The Unwitting Victims of a Rock ‘n’ Roll Culture (Op-Ed)

The Australian music industry is currently in a process of self-examination, catalyzed by years of issues, serious allegations and cases of sexual assault, workplace harassment, bullying, substance abuse and mental health. In this article, Dr. Brendan Magee and Joseph Humphreys discuss the impact that creating a “marketable image” of sex, …

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Punk rock flea market draws fans to Akron

AKRON, Ohio — Akron held a punk rock flea market at Lock 3 on Saturday. There were more than 60 different unique vendors, food trucks, drinks and live punk rock bands. What do you want to know Akron held a punk rock flea market in Lock 3 on Saturday There …

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The week in classic: Tredegar Band at the Proms; HMS Apron; Poulenc double ticket – reviews | Classical music

Jin the high glow of five tubas, bells raised, bowed as if choreographed, each player almost hidden behind a gleaming expanse of brass. This is the image that I will wear Band of Tredegarthrilling performances from at two BBC Proms. In orchestral concerts, the phrase “bells up” has a special …

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5 Elton John Deep Cuts You Should Hear

Elton John’s career has been colored by two distinct characters. On the one hand, he’s a stratospheric pop idol, outrageous trendsetter, and world-touring artist. Elsewhere though, John likes to keep things firmly grounded in his humble singer/songwriter roots – the guy who idolized Levon Helm and Leon Russell. While the …

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Akron’s First Punk Rock Flea Market To Be Held August 13 At Lock 3

AKRON, Ohio — Akron’s Punk Rock Flea Market will debut this Saturday, August 13 from noon to 6 p.m. at Lock 3 in downtown Akron. Admission is free to the market, which features more than 60 alternative artists, vendors, artisans, and independent small businesses from Akron and surrounding communities. The …

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Fox Fest at Fox Den brings entertainment to local service industry workers | Morning

LOUISVILLE, Ky (WDRB) — The first-ever Fox Fest is a one-day party for a great cause. WDRB’s Keith Kaiser stopped by the Fox Den to get the party started early. Jared Fox Matthews, owner of The Fox Den, throws this party in the parking lot in Saint Matthew with food, …

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American Express Gold and Resy Launch Resy Drive-Thru Event in NYC

New York foodies, this one’s for you. American Express Gold and Resy are hosting fan-favorite Resy Drive-Thru event in the Big Apple this September. On September 16 and 17 only, New Yorkers will have the chance to dine under the stars and against the city skyline at one of Greenpoint’s …

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WMG Breakout Punk Rock Band The Linda Lindas Signs Global Publishing Deal With Warner Chappell Music

Warner Chappell Music (WCM) has signed a worldwide administration deal with female punk rock band The Linda Lindas. The group rose to prominence in May 2021 with their powerful viral hit “Racist, Sexist Boy”, which racked up millions of views on YouTube and won Best Punk Record at this year’s …

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Punk rock star found dead, son charged with second degree murder

Gord Lewis, the founding guitarist of popular Canadian punk band Teenage Head, was found dead this weekend in his Ontario apartment, according to The Hamilton Spectator. Local police announced on Monday that Jonathan Lewis, the musician’s son, has been charged with second degree murder in what is being investigated as …

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10 great movie soundtracks from the last 50 years

The best movie soundtracks do more than just complement the images you see on screen. In the hands of a gifted musical supervisor, a soundtrack can take on a unique life by popularizing micro-genres, spotlighting previously obscure artists, and creating new hits from perfectly timed needle drops. While there’s no …

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Prom 30: Tredegar Band/BBCNOW/Bancroft Revue – lively and expressive love letter to marching bands | Balls 2022

Gavin Higgin grew up in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, a former mining region where the tradition of brass bands lives on. He began his musical training playing the tenor horn in one of these bands, and these bands have remained an important part of his musical makeup as a …

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Behind the story of the group name “Slipknot”

According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, the word “slipknot” means “a knot which slips along the cord or line around which it is made. “Above all: one done by tying an overhand knot around the fixed part of a rope. But what that has to do with the famous heavy metal …

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This Footage Of The Beastie Boys Teens Performing Punk Rock On Public TV Is Just Too Cute

In 1984, after achieving some local success with their irreverent hip-hop debut single Cooked pussyreleased the previous year, New York teenagers Mike Diamond, Adam Horowitz and Adam Yauch decided that playing the role of arrogant, obnoxious and delinquent hip-hop kids would serve their future interests better than playing hardcore all …

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Musikfest 2022: Willie Nelson BY: JANEL SPIEGEL | The Valley Register

BY: JANEL SPIEGEL Musikfest 2022: Willie Nelson August 6, 2022 Wind Creek Steel Stage at PNC Plaza – Musikfest Willie Nelson… Forever… Forever… “On The Road Again.” 98 albums. Willie said he released his 98th album on his 89th birthday. Seven decades of Willie Nelson. I spoke with fans of …

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Steven Van Zandt names the most important American band in history

E Street Band’s Steven Van Zandt recently posted a tweet to express his love for The Byrds, evoking their great importance in the history of music as an American group. Steven Van Zandt enjoys spending his free time on social media when he’s not busy working on music. Primarily on …

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Onmanorama explains | What does the launch of SSLV mean for the Indian space industry?

The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) is set to launch a smaller rocket that can place lightweight Earth monitoring satellites into low Earth orbits on demand. Called the Small Satellite Launch Vehicle (SSLV), it will lift off from the first launch pad at Satish Dhawan Space Center, Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh …

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Avail, one of Richmond’s most legendary punk rock bands, will perform at Brown’s Island | Music

Richmond punk rock band Avail will play Brown’s Island this Saturday after a pair of sold-out local gigs three years ago. The concert, Over the James, named after the band’s seminal 1998 album, will include performances by Quicksand, Cave In, Ceremony, Screaming Females and Terminal Bliss. “There’s no better place …

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The Bronx & The Chats Confirm Fall North America Tour

Share the post “The Bronx & The Chats confirm their North American fall tour” LA-based punk rockers The Bronx and Australian headbangers The Chats have announced a headlining North American tour with support from Drug Church and Scowl. All shows are listed below. “We’re excited to be heading out with …

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American Airlines cancels hundreds of domestic flights

American Airlines is the latest airline to announce major cancellations as the summer travel chaos looks set to drag into the fall. USA today reports that American Airlines will make significant flight reductions to its Philadelphia hub. The airline will cut around 3% of its scheduled flights in September and …

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Mark Farner’s American group rocks the Libbey Bowl on August 6 | Culture

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DEF LEPPARD’s PHIL COLLEN Says New Rock Bands Lack “Star Power”

In a new interview with Then listen!, Phil Collen we asked which artist(s) DEF LEPPARD “will hand over to” once he and his comrades decide to retire. He replied (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET): “I don’t know. I’m still waiting, actually. You hear a lot out there, but it’s rare. “There’s …

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Anushka Sharma is starting a group with her “cute boy” Virat Kohli? His wacky post says so

Image source: INSTAGRAM/ANUSHKA SHARMA Anouchka Sharma Anushka Sharma, who is gearing up for her upcoming film Chakda Xpress on Thursday, treated her fans and followers with a sweet post featuring none other than her husband and cricketer Virat Kohli. Fans who lovingly call the star couple “Virushka” expressed their love …

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LORNA SHORE, ABORTED, INGESTED, ANGELMAKER & OV SULFUR Announce North American Tour

Lorna Coast announced a headlining tour starting in October in support of their upcoming album The pain remains. The tour will be supported by Aborted, ingested, angel makerand Sulfur, and can completely destroy your body as you know it now. That’s how it goes sometimes. Get the dates below. Advertising. …

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OPINION: Punk rock has lost all meaning

My favorite Dead Kennedys song is “Chickenshit Conformist”. The song’s opening line, sung by icon Jello Biafra, has become more and more relevant over the years: “Punk ain’t dead, it just deserves to die / when it becomes another cartoon expired. There hasn’t been a band since the 1980s that …

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THE BRONX Announce Fall North America Tour Dates

The Bronxwho wrapped up a lengthy tour with Frank Turner on Saturday, has already announced his next North American trek, teaming up with The Chats for a co-headlining tour that kicks off October 4, with a headlining release to be continued. “We’re thrilled to be heading out with The Chats, …

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Punk rock luminaries unplugged Wednesday at Valhalla

Wednesday’s Valhalla Boathouse show is positively Loud as Folk. Punk rock luminaries Vic Ruggiero, Lauren Napier and Kepi Ghoulie will perform with host Spike McGuire, an event that was postponed a year ago due to nearby wildfires. “I thought we missed our only chance to get those three stars, but …

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Writer’s Block: Indigo Girls on Their Songwriting Evolution

First meeting in elementary school, Amy Ray and Emily Saliers began performing while in high school in Decatur, Georgia, going by a number of different names before landing on Indigo Girls in 1985. The folk duo released their debut Strange Fire in 1987 and a self-titled follow-up in 1989, which …

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Stone Gossard Says Grunge Didn’t Kill ’80s Hard Rock Bands – But ‘Yes, Some Did’

Stone Gossard, one half of Pearl Jam’s dynamic guitar duo (completed by Mike McCready), has added his two cents on the grunge vs. hard rock debate, saying grunge isn’t responsible for the demise of its hard rock predecessors. . Talk to VWMusic (opens in a new tab)Instead, Gossard argues for …

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AWARD School Super Jury 2022 announced

The Australasian Writers and Art Directors Association (AWARD) today announced the list of Australian and international “super jurors” who will select the 2022 AWARD School National Winner. The composition of this year’s Super Jury includes an exceptional group of top local and international talents who follow in the footsteps of …

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To My Friends and Industry Partners: Breathe Easy: Travel Weekly

Jenn Lee is vice president of sales and marketing at Travel Planners International. As I travel and connect with hundreds of travel industry partners and advisors across the country, it is clear that we are certainly a happy, joyful and grateful group of people. I am amazed at what we …

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Punk Rock Saves Lives Fest 2022 – Pre-Party (EastFax Tap – Denver, CO)

Before the actual festival started, EastFax Tap (in the beautiful East Colfax Corridor) hosted a pre-party. Full disclosure, The Masked Moron, Anarcopunk had to bounce back a bit early to prepare for the actual festival, so no photos of Reno Divorce or Dylan Walshe. This is also where we will …

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Mark Farner’s American band at the Canyon on August 5

It was around 3 o’clock in the morning. Mark Farner woke from a deep sleep with words crossing his mind in a dream. He knew that if he waited until morning to take a note, what he thought would be gone. And so, still between sleeping and waking – what …

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Singer of the group Safri Boys, BalwinderSafri is no more. Yet he left a rich legacy to music lovers. Punjabi singer-actors pay tribute… : The Tribune India

mona Folk music lovers were shocked when Balwinder Safri bade farewell to the world as he was on the mend after months of fighting for his life. Safri Boyz lead singer Balwinder died in the UK on Tuesday. He was 63 years old. The Birmingham-based Punjabi singer known for popular …

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PINKSHIFT Announce North American Tour Dates This Fall

Hot on the heels of announcing the October 21 release of their debut album Love Me Forever, Pinkshift have confirmed an extensive North American tour. The dates begin in their hometown of Baltimore, MD on October 20 and end on November 18 in Boston, MA. The tour stops in Los …

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Pinkshift confirms North American dates

Following the announcement of their debut album Love Me Forever, Pinkshift have confirmed an extensive North American tour. The dates begin in their hometown of Baltimore, MD on October 20 and end on November 18 in Boston, MA. The tour stops in Los Angeles, California on November 5 and Brooklyn, …

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American punk pioneer Henry Rollins holding a spoken word show in Singapore

SINGAPORE — American singer and songwriter Henry Rollins will return to Singapore for a spoken word performance at the Victoria Theater on October 25. The talk is part of the former singer of hardcore punk pioneers Black Flag’s world tour, which includes other stops in Asia such as Malaysia and …

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Joe Satriani announces 2022 North American tour

Joe Satriani announced a vast series of North American show dates which will begin this fall. The guitarist will kick off September 21 in Riverside, Calif., and then cross the country, stopping in major cities like Los Angeles, Seattle, Denver, Chicago, Nashville, Houston, New York and Toronto. The tour will …

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Hollie Cook Mixes Tonic for The Times on ‘Happy Hour’

To stay sane during the pandemic, London-based singer and songwriter Hollie Cook has used writing and exercise as a way to maintain her sanity. “It was a distraction and a therapy and a nice way to put our heads in the sand and enjoy this strange time as best we …

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T-Mobile vs. Verizon vs. AT&T: First-Ever ‘5G Enhanced’ Speed ​​Tests Give Surprising Results

If you’ve been following the development and evolution of the US wireless industry for more than a minute, you already know that the country’s 5G networks are very not created equal. On top of that, the same 5G network can produce wildly different download (and upload) speeds depending on the …

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Every Breaking Wave: The Big Music – “Rock bands emerged in the 70s with huge ideas, bigger hair and huge hearts”

You know how it goes – you’re in the pub talking about your new favorite number, when a friend asks you if you already know the grindcore scene that marked the era. It’s fair to say that musical genres have come and gone at a breakneck pace since the arrival …

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Give You Nothing Join the People Of Punk Rock Records List

Santa Cruz melodic punk veterans Give You Nothing have signed to People Of Punk Rock Records and will be releasing a new album titled “Songs For The Broken” in October. The first single “The Hardest Part” will be released on August 18. With a sound that will remind you why …

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Who should you listen to

If you’ve never heard it before, Aussie surf rock is the genre you didn’t know was missing from your playlist. While Netherland once gave the world legendary bands like AC/DC or Tame Impala, these modern bands prove that the Australian music scene is still up to snuff. Blending garage rock, …

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Pale Waves North American Tour

Pale Waves have announced dates for their U.S. tour with support from Gatlin, which kicks off September 18 in Washington, DC. The upcoming tour will see the band hit major cities like New York, Los Angeles, Pittsburgh, Denver, San Diego, and more. Tickets go on sale this Friday at 10 …

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Get Loud and Chase the female dogs with Destroy Boys at the Great American Music Hall

On July 16, Sacramento punk band Destroy Boys played the first of two sold-out shows at the Great American Music Hall: band members Alexia Roditis and Violet Mayugba were obviously thrilled to be back in the bay after a tour, performing songs from their recent album, Open mouth, open heartto …

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Meet the man disrupting the Italian wine industry

CEO of the Italian winery ‘Pasqua Vigneti e Cantine’, Riccardo Pasqua (L) and his father, president of … [+] Pasqua Vigneti e Cantine, Umberto Pasqua during the presentation of the company’s 2017 annual results, on March 14, 2018 at the Gracco restaurant in the Vittorio Emanuele II gallery in Milan. …

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‘Nightclubbing: The Birth of Punk Rock in New York’: Vital Punk Nostalgia

Punk-rock nostalgia has an oxymoron quality. Ah, the good old warm and cozy days… of filming yourself in the CBGB bathroom as the Dead Boys devastated Western civilization on stage! Sid Vicious, we barely knew you! Yet the nostalgia for punk, as contradictory as it may seem, has only grown …

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American rock bands to watch in 2022 making aggressive, uplifting and energetic music.

“Weston McGowen’s Artist Method is an artist development and label services company that provides artists, managers and record labels with all the essential tools they need to launch global music campaigns.” The Artist Method has compiled a list of their favorite hard rock and metal bands that are sure to …

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Terran Orbital Commissions Fleet Space CENTAURI-5 Payload – SatNews

Artist’s rendering of the small CENTAURI-5 satellite designed for use in the energy, utility and resource industries. Image courtesy of Terran Orbital. Terran Orbital Corporation (NYSE: LLAP) ordered the Space fleet CENTAURI-5 payload that provides machine to machine (M2M) and internet of things (IoT) connectivity to ground terminals and is …

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The legendary TONY HAWK joins the Punk Rock supergroup on a new pair of singles!

Everyone knows that skateboarding and punk rock go together, like ramps and scraped knees or mohawks and denim jackets. Legendary professional skateboarder Tony Hawk clearly understands this, as evidenced by the stellar punk rock bands that appear on his hit series of video games, Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater, now in …

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Unforgettable Day Unveils New Song “Miracle” Ahead of North American Tour: Streaming

The post office Unforgettable Day Unveils New Song “Miracle” Ahead of North American Tour: Streaming appeared first on Result. A day to remember surprised fans with a brand new single “Miracle”, just as the group prepares to embark on a extensive two-leg North American tour, The song comes a year …

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American rituals | Fork

Think of the music of Olympia, Washington, and a familiar story unfolds: Beat Happening and Kill Rock Stars, riot grrrl and a young Nirvana. A heavy legacy, but these well-told stories also have a habit of bulldozing the smaller, lighter stories that came before them. In fact, the Olympia of …

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Green ICT and Infrastructure Solutions Launched at Huawei Win-Win Innovation Week

Philip Song launches sustainable infrastructure solutions for better energy efficiency Shenzhen: At Huawei’s Win-Win Innovation Week, executives Ryan Ding, President of Huawei’s Carrier Business Group, and Dr. Philip Song, Marketing Director of Huawei Carrier BG, discussed the role of an infrastructure Sustainable ICT to help operators systematically build a green …

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THE BAND CELL’s Jonathan Louis talks about The Who, local music and his quirky style

Just above the Sierra Nevada mountain range from the Sacramento Valley is the city of Reno, Nevada. Its proximity to Sacramento makes it a popular destination for entertainment and its casinos attract recognized talent. It was during one of these gigs that serendipity kicked in, and I met the charming …

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Boys Noize Announce New North American Tour Dates “+/- (Polarity)”

BOYS NOIZE, German-Iraqi GRAMMY winner Alex Ridha, announces a second North American leg of his +/- (POLARITY) TOUR 2022. This time, it starts in Montreal on September 11 at Piknic Électronik, and will go through Dallas, Houston, Seattle, Portland and descend through San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego before …

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Fall River native’s band finds big hit on cruise ships

FALL RIVER — When former Fall River police officer TJ Nowicki decided to spend his retirement playing in an ’80s cover band, he had no idea it would take off like this. “We have been very, very blessed,” he said. Nowicki, originally from Fall River and now a resident of …

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GWAR Announces Fall 2022 North American Tour Dates

GWAR has announced a further step in its Black Death Rager World Tour, taking place across North America this fall. Light the Torch, Nekrogoblikon and Crobot are ready to support the group throughout the trek. This newly announced leg is set to kick off with a performance at the Blue …

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Paramore Announces Fall North American Tour

Paramore is set to resume operations this fall, having recently announced a string of North American headline dates. The Franklin, Tennessee band have been off the road for nearly four years, with their last show taking place in Nashville on September 7, 2018 at the end of a summer run …

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American Gigolo Trailer Has A New Version Of Blondie’s Call Me

The zeitgeist for reboots and sequels doesn’t seem to end its haunting this year. Showtime has just sent out a trailer for a new series, “American Gigolo.” It is a sequel to the hit 1980 film starring Richard Gere. Prolific actor Jon Bernthal (“The Walking Dead”, “King Richard”) will fill …

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Why rock bands love umlaut

For Mötley Crüe, inspiration struck – as it often does – under influence. It was the early 1980s and bandmates Vince Neil, Tommy Lee and Nikki Sixx were drinking Löwenbräu beer, a German drink. The umlauts in the name seemed to strike a chord with them. “I remember it like …

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Goderich BIA hosts a Friday night punk rock show

By Bob Montgomery July 14, 2022 4:19 p.m. Downtown Goderich BIA is hosting a youth punk rock concert tomorrow night. Down Town BIA manager David Mackechnie says they will have two bands, Moffat Avenue and Full Throttle, two London area punk bands. He says the idea for a punk gig …

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Punk In Drublic Fest: A beer and punk rock event is coming to Abbotsford

Punk is alive and well in the Fraser Valley. Coming to Abbotsford on September 4, the Punk in Drublic festival is a one-day event that brings together punk bands and craft beer – a pairing that sounds like a more grown-up version of ’80s punk. Presented by Brew Ha Ha …

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SFU researchers discover the missing photonic line

image: A single central qubit T in the silicon lattice (rendered), which supports the first single spin ever observed optically in silicon. The constituents of the T center (two carbon atoms and one hydrogen atom) are shown in orange, and the optically addressable electron spin is in bright pale blue. …

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Celebrating the life of punk rock icon Mark Astronaut

Published: 12:33 13 July 2022 Welwyn Garden City musician Mark Astronaut – who died on July 7 – was, although he never achieved mainstream acclaim, an icon of the punk rock scene whose career spanned more than 40 years. Born Mark Wilkins, he formed The Astronauts in 1977, although they …

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Puscifer Extends 2022 North American Tour, Releases New “Bullet Train To Iowa” Music Video

If you’re a Puscifer fan who missed the rock band’s Existential Reckoning tour this summer, you’re in luck. The Arizona-born band announced Tuesday (July 12) that they will be adding a six-week leg to their North American expedition — news that comes hot on the heels of the band’s brand …

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Ruben Salazar: Mexican-American Pioneer

AAt the announcement of his death, the bleachers exploded in an uproar. The inmates gave gritos and the bars of the cells shook; mattresses were set on fire. This is how Luis J. Rodriguez, author of Always runningthe California Book Club’s pick for July, depicts the moment the Hall of …

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WiFi 6 Dual Band Access Point Market Growth Statistics, Size Value, Depth Segment Analysis by 2032

Our research report on “Global Dual Band Wi-Fi 6 Access Point Market by Size, Share, Growth and Forecast 2022-2032″ broadly covered the factors influencing the growth potential of the parent market in the coming years, which will determine the domain share growth levels during the forecast period . This report …

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Latin boy band Menudo returns thanks to Mario Lopez

Mario Lopez is working with Menudo Productions to revive classic boy band Menudo, which debuted in 1977 and after several incarnations officially disbanded in 2009. From the start, Menudo have been one of the most popular boy bands of all time, launching the career of world-renowned singer Ricky Martin, among …

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The Embassy announces the arrival of the American Navajo group “SIHASIN” to celebrate the anniversary of the independence of the United States

The United States Embassy is pleased to announce the arrival of punk rock band Navajo Sihasin “” (translated as “Hope”) to celebrate the 246th anniversary of the independence of the United States of America and participate to cultural exchanges with the Peruvian group “Uchpa”. This program is possible thanks to …

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Crescent Ballroom hosts punk rock event for reproductive rights

When Echo Breen learned of the U.S. Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 decision that established the constitutional right to abortion, she knew she had to find a way to put what she felt into action. “My heart was hurting. My stomach was hurting. I felt …

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