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WEST HAVEN, Conn., April 28 (UPI) — Police in West Haven, Conn., say they are looking for a suspect who allegedly robbed a store with a hand saw.
Elvis Costello and Bryan Ferry are both heading our way
It s probably a bit too early to draw up the definitive list of gigs for 2013.
But it s already shaping up to be a bumper year.
Here is a varied selection of six that have already caught our attention.
If you haven t ticked off Otway (www.yorkmix.com)
Never likely to be one of those singers who is content just to turn up, lay down a main vocal part and leave, Ellie s approach to writing and recording is, she admits, borderline obsessive but then, anything less, she says, would be a waste of time.
As her debut album, Lights, made so thrillingly clear, Ellie Goulding uses her voice as a texture in much the same way that a skilled instrumentalist would. It is a sound in Ellie s case, an utterly distinctive and unforgettable one that can play as important a role in her songs as any other musical detail.
The new record Halcyon describes a journey out of heartache and towards hope. It is almost as if you can hear Ellie s psyche shrinking and then renewing, rebooting itself after two-and-a-half tumultuous years in her life: a Brit award, the release of Lights, love, loss, writer s block, a new relationship, singing at the White House and at a certain spring wedding, a number one pop record that has done over 3m in America, confronting her doubts and fears, digging deep and locating her artistry again, returning to the countryside she grew up in and, in a converted barn, making a record that confirms her as one of this country s most singular and compelling songwriters.
Two such fans are a young couple who, in April 2011, were married in London and, for one of the few private moments the world allowed them on the day, approached Ellie and asked her to sing at the party they were holding following the wedding reception.
It isn t every day, of course, that a musician will stand on a stage as a pair of giant doors open, and watch pretty much the entire Royal Family advance into the room, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at their head, ready to be entertained.
But that is exactly what happened to Ellie and her band at Buckingham Palace when, after months of secret negotiations during which Ellie was sworn to and maintained her silence, she sang a selection of her own songs and cover versions (including tracks by Michael Jackson, Tina Turner and, inevitably, Elton John s Your Song) for the newly-wed royals, and afterwards mingled with their guests.
Ellie s success in America her single, Lights, is still an immovable fixture in the upper reaches of the Billboard Hot 100 chart, after 35 weeks has been another experience she finds it hard to describe. America has clearly got under her skin. They embrace everything, Ellie says.
They ll take your biggest fault and turn it into something positive. And the work ethic in music over there isn t like anything I ve ever known. You get back to your hotel at one in the morning and someone will contact you and go, Do you want to come over to the studio? .
So over you go, and there s Swedish House Mafia and Skrillex there, and will.I.am in the next-door studio. Everyone s just hanging out, making music.
Capturing a period of profound change and transition in Ellie s life, Halcyon is, despite the mournful nature of much of its inspiration, ultimately a redemptive album. Above all, it communicates the sense of a young musician poised on the cusp of new adventures, the war won (although, this being Ellie, it may turn out to be only a temporary truce), and lessons learnt.
When she says, Loneliness has been the biggest influence on this record; I feel like what I do is lonely , you want to give her a reassuring hug.
But then Ellie will follow this with: I still feel like there s this force, pushing me to do this.
And you are reminded of precisely what it is that makes her so special: honest and self-aware enough to endure and acknowledge her propensity for what she herself calls over-thinking ; brave enough to confront this and go into battle again; and possessed of a talent, and a voice, of such extraordinary power that, for all her vulnerability, you sense that, deep down, Ellie Goulding knows she is impregnable.
Ellie will be embarking on a UK tour in October.
3rd Sheffield Academy
4th York Barbican
6th Wolverhampton Civic Hall
7th Newcastle Academy
10th Cardiff Great Hall
11th Manchester Apollo
16th London Hammersmith Apollo
Tickets priced 19.50 will be available from 9.00am on Friday 24th May at Midland Box Office: 0870 320 7000 or online at www.wolvescivic.co.uk
A Saturday shooting in the downtown nightclub district left two men injured and one dead, lifting New Haven s murder tally to a total of seven this year.
Upon receiving reports of gunfire around 1:57 a.m. on Saturday, the New Haven Police Department dispatched officers to the area between Crown and College streets, only two blocks away from Phelps Gate on Old Campus. When the officers arrived to the crime scene, they located two victims at the corner, Tyrell Drew and Michael Washington, according to NHPD spokesman David Hartman.
Drew, a 21-year-old New Haven resident, had been shot in the chest and was transported to Yale-New Haven Hospital, where he was pronounced dead shortly afterward.
Washington, 19, was found suffering from a gunshot wound to the leg and was also taken to the hospital to be treated for a fractured femur. He remains in stable condition with non-life-threatening injuries, doctors say.
Yale Police Department Chief Ronnell Higgins sent an email early Saturday morning notifying the University community that New Haven police were on the scene after shots had been fired. The incident occurred before the start of Yale s Commencement activities, with friends and family of members of the class of 2013 flooding campus to celebrate their graduation.
At about 3:00 a.m.
Saturday night, Hartman added, the NHPD was informed by the hospital staff at St. Vincent s Medical Center in Bridgeport, Conn. that another man was being treated at their facility for two gunshot wounds.
The victim, Kiyhem Booker, a 35-year-old Bridgeport resident, told the medical staff that he had been shot in New Haven as nightclubs were closing down. Booker s wounds were not as serious, and he was released shortly afterwards.
Detectives from the department s Major Crimes Division and Bureau of Identification have commenced their investigation into the shooting. While the investigation is fully underway, few details can be released at this time, Hartman said in a Saturday afternoon statement.
Police are following several leads, Hartman said, but a preliminary investigation has led detectives to believe that the shooting could have originated from an earlier dispute at one of the clubs in downtown.
Saturday s homicide is the most recent in a string of events that are bringing attention back to gun violence around nightclubs, both downtown and in other Elm City neighborhoods. Just over a month ago on March 30, a dispute outside the Taurus Caf a nightclub located at 520 Winchester Ave. ended with the death of Eric Forbes, 33.
The same club was home to another shooting on Feb.
15: Two New Haven residents Chris Erkerd, 19, and Leonard Brown, 57 were shot outside of the nightclub and taken to hospitals in the area, where they received treatments for their wounds.
Hartman said that while incidents of nightclub violence remain rare in New Haven, the city s police department is placing a lot of focus on nightclubs and will enhance its presence at bars and clubs during the weekend to monitor the behavior of patrons.
Violence at nightclubs is particularly troubling, Hartman said. Alcohol-fueled disputes in crowded spots pose a greater threat to bystanders.
In January 2007, Mayor John DeStefano Jr. identified five nightclubs that he considered hotspots for trouble among them Taurus Caf and called for them to be closed.
For now, all of the blacklisted clubs have remained open.
Busta Rhymes1 is enormous in person, a Michelin Man made of muscles and neck. A tub of whey protein takes up a good deal of space in the studio where he’s set up, as does his diamond-encrusted globe of a pinkie ring, which looks like it could break a windshield. He’s here, at Premier Studios in Midtown, to talk about his new single “Twerk It” produced by Pharrell, rapped in patois, and expected to tear clubs up this summer.
But we mostly don’t do that. Instead, we talk about how a man of his size fits into YMCMB, and whether or not pineapple pizza fits in his stomach. It’s become popular in hip-hop to say “no new friends” Drake, DJ Khaled, now others.
Is that why the same six rappers are on every single song?
Laughs I don’t know! There’s one of two reasons to me why the same people appear on every song: one reason is either they’re just the hottest dudes, and the other reason is . . . Long pause It’s interesting to me that Eminem isn’t on a lot of people’s shit. It’s interesting to me that Nas isn’t on a lot of people’s shit.
It’s interesting to me that Jay-Z isn’t on a lot of people’s shit. A lot of the very dangerously lyrical motherfuckers. I think there’s a fear factor that plays a role, because sometimes you really don’t know if you’re going to be happy with what you asked for especially if you might get your ass whooped on your own fucking record!
At what point do you think the features became more important than the songs themselves?
A long time ago, especially for the artists that can’t carry a record on their own.
And since the era of developing artists has died with record companies over 10 years ago, a lot of dudes had to come out here and figure out how to get hot on their own. A lot of the times, the novelty of a name that’s popping in the market is the easiest way. So the feature became more important than the record a long time ago.
It’s unfortunate, but I think there’s a change happening: A lot of the new dudes aren’t doing it. They started to realize chasing down a hot motherfucker was a shit-ton of work, cause when a hot motherfucker think he’s hot, they become divas real quick. And it’s the bag full of shit that you’ve got to get through to get to the hot motherfucker.
And the so-called motherfucker might not even be worth it, especially when you end up with some lackadaisical shit because they think they so hot, they ain’t putting the effort in no more and it was a waste of time. You’re better off putting your own blood, sweat and tears into your own shit and living or dying on your own inequity. You lose no sleep when you can’t blame nobody else for why your shit didn’t do well.
It’s kind of why I put out my first single without a feature.
Your new single “Twerk It” is going to lead to a lot of mistakes in the club. Are you prepared to take on that responsibility?
Laughs Yeah, absolutely. On a different mistake, though, the Jamaican dialect that’s probably gonna be one of the main reasons that the most and the biggest mistakes happen, because people are gonna misinterpret a lot of the shit I be saying.
But I think that’s what makes it more interesting. The “Look at Me Now” feature I did, I would’ve thought that shit would’ve made the most mistakes in the world, but when people really give a fuck about some shit, they figure it out. And that was a testament to how we can’t take the IQ level of our consumers for granted, as stupid as we sometimes believe them to be.
From kids to chicks to elderly people, they learned to spit that verse, which is one of the most complicated verses in the history of hip-hop. That shit didn’t create as many mistakes as I thought it would have, and it definitely had its share of mistakes, but this is a lot easier to figure out. It’s a lot slower.
Even though it’s a broken English patois, it’s still gonna be aight.
On that note, when you sing “Come here, gal,” my brother heard that line as “Cormega.”
Laughs Yo, you guys are crazy.
Busta takes a phone call from Pharrell, who is calling about the “Twerk It” video. They’re looking over photos of wardrobe options “Napoleonic contraptions” one of which Busta laughs off as a “church hat.”
You joined Lil Wayne’s YMCMB family in 2011. What has YMCMB done for you, and what could they do better?
Number one, I’m inspired by the Weezy and the Drake talent.
Part of the reason I’ve been able to do this for so long is because of the excitement you continue to feel since day one, other motherfuckers being dope. Like, you feel you could be just as dope or better. You aspire to do that; you use these guys as inspiration.
And it’s all respect! Respectable competition. I’m a fan first.
When I see Drake, when I see Wayne work, Shanell she hasn’t put out an album yet, but I’ve watched her work I’m a super-fan of that. Mystikal, I’m happy they signed him! Pause I even think Nicki s incredibly brilliant. Beyond that, I love what they represent as a movement, and I love the camaraderie that we’ve had.
Me and Bird and Wayne, Slim, have always rocked with each other for the past 12 to 15 years! I just think the respect organically built throughout the years has been consistent. That alone has done a lot for me, at this stage of my career.
I’ve done stuff with people I didn’t really have that great relationship with, and gotten amazing results. Now, to rock with motherfuckers that you really cool with? Can you imagine the results that be coming from some shit like that?
There are currently 30 members of Young Money.
You’ve worked with a bunch: Lil Wayne, DJ Khaled, Lil Twist, Bow Wow, Jay Sean, Ace Hood, Tyga, PJ Morton, Gudda Gudda . . .
Shanell, you could add her to the list. Fred Durst, you could add him to the list, we’ve got some shit together. Mystikal, we did about three records together.
The whole fucking client roster! Laughs Tyga, too.
And yet, we’ve never heard you do anything with Drake why is that?
Um . . . and you haven’t heard anything with me and Nicki. “Roman’s Revenge (Remix),” that was something I did on my own. It wasn’t like an official remix, so technically, we haven’t gone in to do a record neither.
So, Drake and Nicki, we haven’t gone in, no.
Is that something that’s potentially in the works, or . . . ?
Yeah, of course. It usually happens when the times are right or when the idea is right.
Have they approached you before and it just didn’t work out?
No. We’ve talked before.
I’ve had several conversations about doing records with Drake, we’ve actually been in the studio trying to fuck around. Same with Nicki. It just . . .
when we start an idea, sometimes you get distracted. The stars just hasn’t aligned yet for that to actually happen. I think also, schedule.
They’ve been shaking consistently for the last two, three years, putting out an album a year. They’ve been touring, ripping and running. And then when they’re down, she’s busy taping this American Idol shit and all of that; Drake is working on a new album.
It’s just hectic, hectic schedules. You can definitely look forward to something eventually coming together, us collaborating. I have something that’s actually halfway done with Drake on a J.
Dilla beat. It’s incredible.
And that’s for your project?
Yeah. So hopefully we get to finish this the right way so we can share it.
I saw you perform years ago at Knitting Factory, and it was incredible.
And I saw you last year at Angie’s BBQ, where you weren’t supposed to perform but you just tore the place down. You’re a competitive guy. Is there anyone on your level, in terms of a live performance?
I don’t know.
I’m a fan of several performances, though, but I don’t really . . . there’s so many levels to this thing, that sometimes I don’t think the levels are supposed to be reached by others. I don’t think anyone can do Kanye the way Kanye does.
His level is his level. My level is mine, I just think that’s how it works. I don’t want to sound like I’m being a dick, but at the end of the day, I don’t really think there’ll ever be a time as long as I’m doing this that someone can come behind me on a stage.
I’m just not gonna allow it, and that’s the way I was raised. PE gave birth to me, and what gave birth to us was James Brown! And that’s the mentality I go into this shit with.
It’s gonna always be like that. I don’t think there’s anybody that can fuck with my level. God bless everybody that has their level and their space.
Just do your job and uphold your shit with the right integrity, and we’ll continue to be fans of what you do, too. Just know you ain’t fucking with the kid over here. Laughs
My favorite story about a show of yours is at the Gathering of the Juggalos when it was reported that you wouldn’t get off the bus for 90 minutes because your pizza order was wrong. Is that true?
No, that ain’t true.
I wish that was true! I wish I could be that kind of a dick. I’ve been hearing stories about celebs that do shit like that, and I be like, Damn you could really do shit like that?
You could really be that much of a dickhead? I’ve never been able to wrap my head around being that much of an asshole. Those become the stories that are interesting to tell, though.
So, from that perspective, that’s why I want to consider being a dick, just so someone can have those stories to tell. But, nah, I definitely don’t want to be treated that way in any circumstance. That ain’t my thing.
If I’m gonna be late for something, the reason would have to be extremely exceptional.
Like not ordering a pineapple pizza?
Pretty much. No, not pineapple. Anchovy pineapple.
Can’t fucking forget the anchovies. We will have violence out here. Laughs
I once was at the Record Plant with NORE. Ashanti was there, Lil Mama, you, a few others.
I ended up having a conversation with Spliff Star. For 30 minutes, he talked to me and my brother about global warming. In your many years working with Spliff, what’s something he’s lectured you on?
This is crazy!
Spliff always lectures us on street shit. Music saved Spliff from the street. Spliff is one of those guys who lived a hard life.
When he’s in something, he’s in it all the fucking way. There’s no governor with Spliff: When he’s going, he’s going. Going!
Several fucking people have to help pull him out of whatever he’s going into. It took a couple of real hard situations to help him realize that it’s time to transition, homie. But those old war stories, he has the most interesting stories and experiences that you can’t tell Spliff that you know more about that thing that he does, crazy shit that you’d say are lies.
So, the lecture comes in to the trillionth power when it comes to hustling, or gun shit, or street shit.
When you’re dialoguing, you’ve just gotta stay away from street shit. Laughs Or else you’re gonna get lectured until your face falls off your fucking body.
Do you or have you ever had problems fitting through doorways?
No. Laughs Even when I was 294 pounds last March, at my biggest, I didn’t have problems fitting through a doorway.
(Binghamton, NY) Broome County Executive Debbie Preston today announced details of Broome Bands Together, a new free weekly summer concert series sponsored by Coughlin & Gerhart LLP. She was joined by Coughlin & Gerhart Managing Partner Mark Gorgos.
Broome Bands Together will take place at Otsiningo Park each Tuesday at 6:30pm from June 25th July 23rd, 2013. Each week a different local band will take the stage.
Coughlin & Gerhart provided $6,000 to fund the concerts and keep them free to the public.
Our scenic valley is home to big talent, great music and beautiful parks, said Broome County Executive Debbie Preston. Broome Bands Together will unite our community and showcase the beauty of our parks while we fill the sky with outstanding music, grown right here in Broome County.
Coughlin & Gerhart is dedicated to serving and promoting our community. We are excited and proud to partner with Broome County to present Broome Bands Together, said Coughlin & Gerhart Managing Partner Mark Gorgos.
We are privileged to have outstanding music in our community, and happy to help bring great entertainment to such a scenic venue.
Broome Bands Together Schedule:
During her time as Town Supervisor, Preston hosted weekly free summer concerts in Conklin.
It s a great way to unwind on a week night and enjoy the music and company of hundreds of our neighbors, she noted.
Attendees are asked to bring lawn chairs or blankets for seating.
Concessions will be available for purchase, and attendees are welcome to bring food items and beverages; alcohol and tobacco products are prohibited.
Living in Sheffield is awesome on its own, until I discovered free magazines on the tram and in pubs! The first is EXPOSED1 which is big on music and local talent, street art and fashion. It has a lot on local stores too, and features Good Vibrations Tattoo in almost every issue, which is great!
Its mainly music, film, theatre and art. Its again, a local magazine featuring a lot of Sheffield artists. The entire magazine is littered with artwork from Phlegm3, a Sheffield based graffiti artist.
If you are around and about town, pick up a copy of Exposed or Now Then, and be amazed by the awesome talent we have in Sheffield! **this is NOT a paid post, opinions are my own, i just love these magazines**
Bob Dylan s Positively 4th Street easily could have been about the parasitic, untrustworthy, unreliable, moderately talented screw-up at the heart of the Coen brothers enthralling Inside Llewyn Davis. Set in, but not comprehensively about, the Greenwich Village folk music scene circa 1961, this is a gorgeously made character study leavened with surrealistic dimensions both comic and dark, an unsparing look at a young man who, unlike some of his contemporaries, can t transcend his abundant character flaws and remake himself as someone else. Closer to some of the Coens smaller films such as Barton Fink and A Serious Man than to breakouts including O Brother, Where Art Thou? and No Country for Old Men, the French-financed CBS Films pickup nonetheless is a singular work by the protean filmmaking team.
Although played out to some extent in the clubs on Bleecker Street during a period that has acquired legendary status, the idiosyncratic original screenplay is far more concerned with the title character s neuroses, aggravated lack of self-awareness and inability to turn his limitations to his artistic benefit. And while music permeates the film, viewers expecting a film a clef featuring lightly fictionalized versions of embryonic music all-stars will have to make an adjustment.
Like Bob Zimmerman, the Coen brothers were born and grew up in Minnesota and moved to New York City.
Drawn to the milieu that attracted the musical poet but resisting the obvious temptation to make a film about him, the Coens have created a fictional character who could be said to be the guy who did not become Dylan but could have save for some crucial talent and character issues. These are amusingly but more often cringingly illustrated in the course of the film, a strange odyssey that continually keeps you off balance as it darts and careens down assorted desolate streets and dark alleys of the human condition.
One s natural instinct to be drawn to a story s leading character is dashed here in a manner so merciless as to push into darkly comic sadism. A gorgeous opening scene at the Gaslight Cafe, where Llewyn Davis (Oscar Isaac) sings a bleak song about being hanged, abruptly is followed by Llewyn getting the crap beaten out of him for reasons the singer doesn t understand.
Still, no amount of personal misfortune can explain or justify why the 30ish Llewyn, whose good looks are undercut by a general dumpiness, treats his friends so shabbily.
A running motif is his constant need for a place to crash; an unabashed starving-artist type, Llewyn bounces around between the apartment of Columbia scholars the Gorfeins (Ethan Phillips, Robin Barrett); a room at the home of his resentful sister (Jeanine Serralles); a sofa at the Village pad of singer Jean (Carey Mulligan), who s furious at him and is going with her musical partner Jim (Justin Timberlake); and any other likely suspect, such as singer Al Cody (Adam Driver), a big-city Jew affecting a cowboy persona.
Explicitly presented but not discussed, the Jewish involvement in the music scene is highlighted in a way that cannot be ignored and constantly echoes the satirical tone of the brothers splendid A Serious Man, which also centered on a man who gets little other than bad news. The worst comes from Jean, who justifiably shrieks at him for the carelessness that got her pregnant (she actually isn t sure who the culprit is) and demands he arrange an illegal abortion for her. Not even a cat is safe in Llewyn s care; asked by the Gorfeins to tend to their tabby, the schmuck lets him escape, prompting some agonizing chases through town involving outstanding direction of a feline.
But the work s core and most brilliant filmmaking, as stunning and singular as anything in the Coens canon, is embodied in what initially feels like a tangent that, among other things, can be viewed as a deadpan satire on the whole on the road ethos of the period, right down to the casting of Dean Moriarty himself, Garrett Hedlund, as the mostly mute driver on a hitchhiking trip Llewyn makes to Chicago.
With John Goodman s sarcastic raconteur Roland Turner splayed across the back seat like a malignant combination of Henry VIII and Orson Welles in Touch of Evil, the trip proceeds into a surrealistic twilight zone. Although not decisive, the trip does present the artist with a defining moment the viewer is free to ignore or accept as the truth about what s inside Llewyn Davis.
Visually, the Coens get along fine, thank you, without their habitual cinematographer Roger Deakins, as Bruno Delbonnel creates a succession of lustrous images. The Coens and their executive music producer T Bone Burnett have dug deep to create a fresh, resonant folk soundtrack.
Faced with playing a man one would learn to steer clear of in real life, Isaac deftly manages the task of making Llewyn compulsively watchable.
The one question some might be left with is, why are we watching the story of a loser instead of a winner?
But part of the point is that often there s but a hair s-breadth difference between the two.
Debuts: Cannes Film Festival (in competition)
Opens: Autumn 2013 (CBS Films)
Cast: Oscar Isaac, Carey Mulligan, Justin Timberlake, John Goodman, Garrett Hedlund, Ethan Phillips, Robin Barrett, Max Cassella, Jerry Grayson, Jeanine Serralles, Adam Driver, Stark Sands, Alex Karposvky, F.
Directors: Joel Coen, Ethan Coen
Screenwriters: Joel Coen, Ethan Coen
Producers: Scott Rudin, Ethan Coen, Joel Coen
Executive producers: Robert Graf, Olivier Courson, Ron Halperin
Director of photography: Bruno Delbonnel
Production designer: Jess Gonchor
Costume designer: Mary Zophres
Editor: Roderick James
Executive music producer: T Bone Burnett
R rating, 105 minutes
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Nokia and La Blogotheque have announced that soul songstress Lianne La Havas will headline the third leg of the Lumia Live Sessions. The Mercury Award nominated star will perform to an intimate crowd of 200 guests at Rampworx, an indoor skate bowl in Liverpool on the 30th May 2013.
The past twelve months have been monumental for the London based singer. Her debut album, Is Your Love Big Enough , was voted iTunes album of the year and she was also nominated for BBC Sound of 2012 and the 2012 Mercury Prize.
Last month, the Lumia Live Session, saw British electro-pop band Fenech-Soler perform an awesome live set of exclusive material from their second album at Leeds Cage, a mixed martial arts venue that is one of the country s most prestigious MMA training locations.
The Lumia Live Sessions is a tour that sees Nokia and music pioneers La Blogotheque, a team of bloggers and videographers famous for helping to kick-start the careers of scores of musicians globally, team up to showcase hot new UK music talent at a series of free gigs in unusual settings across the UK.
Annie Kearney, Partner Manager Nokia UK said: We are extremely excited to be announcing Lianne La Havas as the headliner for our third Lumia Live Session, she s had a fantastic year and is definitely a force to be reckoned with.
I m particularly excited to bring the Lumia Live Sessions to Liverpool as it is my home town.
The Liverpool Music scene had a huge influence in my life. Music in Liverpool is still as exciting as it s always been, with discovering new talent at its heart and we re really proud to be hosting the next Lumia Live Session there. We will keep you posted on the support act who will hail from my home town too
The venue, located outside Liverpool City centre is a topflight indoor skatepark and is based in Aintree, Liverpool.
Covering over 50,000-square-foot it is widely considered one of the best parks in Europe catering for roller-bladers, skateboarders and BMX.
Date: 30th May 2013
Location: Rampworx, 1-3 Leckwith Road, Aintree, Liverpool, L30 6UE