Papadosio’s Two-Night ‘Rave From The Grave’ To Pay Tribute To 90’s Electronic Pioneers

first_imgEarlier this summer, Papadosio performed their second-ever headlining performance at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, marking yet another major success in the band’s consistent upward trajectory within the scene. Now, the group is getting ready to return to Colorado for an intimate multi-night Halloween weekend run dubbed Rave From The Grave, which will take place at the Boulder Theater on Friday, October 27th, and Saturday, October 28th. For the run, Papadosio will be supported by Colorado’s own DYNOHUNTER on the 27th and Bass Physics on the 28th. You can get your tickets at the Boulder Theater website here.At Rave From The Grave, Papadosio is going to pay homage to some of the 90’s and early 2000’s electronic pioneers that influenced their own sound, pulling from the catalogs of some familiar acts. In addition to the cover songs, the band will also be performing classics from their own songbook. While each night will feature monstrous sets from the Asheville, North Carolina-based progressive space rock act, in true Papadosio fashion, the band will continue to focus on musical exploratoration during this musical resurrection.Boulder’s own DYNOHUNTER will be providing a special hometown support set for Papadosio on the Friday night portion of this killer two-night run. The live trio’s house and techno leanings have made DYNOHUNTER an undeniable and organic force to be reckoned with. Featuring consistently tight grooves and with a focus on danceable beats, the act is well-versed in the sounds of 90’s electronic pioneers and will be a welcome addition to Friday’s bill.Denver-based producer Arja Adair, also known as Bass Physics, is known for the positive energy of his sets, which are frequently infused with soulful electronic beats and backed by live guitar and keys. Bass Physics has made multiple appearances at the massive annual Decadence New Year’s Eve event, while also taking it deep to crowds at Electric Forest and Austin’s Euphoria Festival.Two-day passes to Papadosio’s Rave from the Grave at the Boulder Theater have already sold out, though single-day tickets are currently on-sale. You can purchase tickets for the 27th here and 28th here. For additional information and show updates, join the Facebook Event page.[Cover photo courtesy of  The Chronic Electronic via Papadosio FB page]Enter To Win A Pair Of Tickets + Meet and Greet + Merch Package Below!last_img read more

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400 kilos of ‘ice’ seized in Australia

first_imgA search of an air cargo consignmentthat arrived at a Sydney freight depot from the US on Oct. 15 found 768 bottlesof sriracha chili sauce, “with presumptive testing returning a positiveindicator for methylamphetamine (ice),” New South Wales state police said. SYDNEY – Four men were arrested forsmuggling 400 kilograms of crystal meth, “or ice” worth an estimated A$300million ($210 million) concealed in bottles of sriracha hot chili sauce fromthe United States (US), Australian police said on Thursday. Seized bottles of sriracha hot chilli sauce, which were later found to conceal “crystal meth or ice,” are seen in Sydney, Australia on Oct. 15. MANDATORY CREDIT NEW SOUTH WALES POLICE FORCE/HANDOUT VIA REUTERS Police arrested a 36-year-old man onSunday and made two more arrests on Monday at the car park of a hotel inSydney’s central business district. A fourth man was arrested on Thursdaymorning. Ice, or crystal methamphetamine, isone of the most potent varieties of amphetamine drug. The name “ice” becamepopular due to its white little “crystals” and glass-like appearance.(Reuters)last_img read more

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Tony Pulis unaware of James McClean sparking melee after West Brom victory

first_img “It was a tough game,” he said. “The good thing for us was getting a result after the Everton match when we were 2-0 up and then conceded three goals in the last 20 minutes, which was a real kick in the stomach. “For confidence as much as anything else it was important to come and win here.” Boaz Myhill saved from Billy Jones in the first half but the game was instantly forgettable until McClean’s fist-pump gesture to the visiting fans. It left Sunderland second bottom and they could fall to the foot of the Premier League table if Newcastle avoid defeat to Norwich on Sunday. But Allardyce claimed Berahino fouled Pantilimon for Albion’s winner. He said: “We’ll probably get a ticking off for surrounding the referee after the goal went in but I could hardly blame them for that because the referee has made such a big error. If we get a double punishment it’ll be pretty difficult to take. “It wasn’t our fault we lost the game, I thought it was his fault on a decision he made not to give a free kick.” Sunderland face Newcastle at the Stadium of Light next Sunday with both teams yet to win in the league this season, and Allardyce hopes the Black Cats can continue their winning sequence against the Magpies. He said: “All they have to do is carry on from five times before, they have been in this position before. The last five games they have played Newcastle they have won. “They didn’t look like conceding a goal today which is a great platform for us to build on.” Press Association Saido Berahino cashed in on Costel Pantilimon’s second-half error to condemn Sam Allardyce to defeat in his first game in charge of the Black Cats. Republic of Ireland international McClean, who left Sunderland in 2013, was jeered by the visiting fans all game and while Pulis did not see the incident – which saw McClean confronted by Danny Graham and Lee Cattermole after the final whistle – he insisted he will study the evidence. “Let me have a look at it first,” he said. “I’d heard a roar or whatever and didn’t know whether the players were involved in something. “If he’s out of order I’ll speak to him. “He played really well today, James. He’s settled in really well and is a smashing lad and the lads have really taken to him, he’s a really nice lad. “He’s not the sharpest tool in the box, and that’s not being disrespectful to him. But he’s a smashing lad.” Victory moved Albion seven points clear of the bottom three and Pulis admitted the win was vital. The former Sunderland man sparked anger after he celebrated in front of the visiting fans following the Baggies’ 1-0 win. He claimed he was hung out to dry by the club following his refusal to wear a Remembrance Day poppy in 2012. West Brom boss Tony Pulis vowed to talk to James McClean if he finds the midfielder crossed the line.last_img read more

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