[H/T Consequence Of Sound] While Gorillaz released their brand-new album Humanz about a month ago, Gorillaz fans should expect to see more and more new content from the band in the coming months. Damon Albarn previously noted, as reported by Consequence of Sound, that there were still forty to forty-five tracks leftover from the initial Humanz recording sessions, not to mention a brand-new TV show in the works. While fourteen of these leftover tracks will be issued via Humanz‘s deluxe vinyl box set (which will be released later in the summer on August 25th), that still leaves a great number of unaccounted for songs. Today, Gorillaz’s released what we can assume is one of these new tracks from the initial recording of Humanz, with the debut of the song “Sleeping Powder,” which does not appear on any of the track listings from Humanz or its subsequent bonus materials.New Gorillaz Album “Humanz” Is Here With 26 Total Tracks [Stream]Watch Stephen Colbert’s Incredible Sit-In With Gorillaz For “Feel Good, Inc.” On The Late ShowIn the opening moments of the “Sleeping Powder” video, which was released on YouTube, a man says “This is drugs. This is your brain on drugs. Any questions?” accompanied by a lo-fi image of an egg frying, pulling from the iconic anti-drug ad of the 80’s. After the opening title frame that announces that “Sleeping Powder” was written “by 2D,” the song starts with a slow and dreamy piano intro — undoubtedly riffing off the song’s name — before the beat kicks in, making “Sleeping Powder” a laid-back dance number whose energy peaks and falls. You can watch the psychedelic video for the latest from the Gorillaz below, and stay tuned for even more new tunes coming from the Gorillaz’s camp as additional never-before-heard tracks are released in the coming months.
The collision between a motorcycle and apickup resulted to the death of Ronald de Isidro, a resident of the village. ILOILO City – A man was killed in avehicular crash in Barangay Ilaya 2, Dumangas, Iloilo. He reportedly lost control of his drivenmotorcycle and crashed against a pickup driven by Jhanny Chu of Barangay Ilaya3, Dumangas 10:45 p.m. on Feb. 9. De Isidro died of head injuries, policesaid. Chu was detained in the lockup cell ofthe municipal police station./PN
ELLSWORTH — Baseball and softball playoffs are here, though it certainly didn’t feel like June on Tuesday night.In a cold and rainy Class B preliminary game, the No. 8-seeded Ellsworth baseball team got the job done at home against No. 9 Erskine Academy.The Eagles scored three runs in the first inning en route to a 6-2 win.Ellsworth’s Conor Maguire kicked off the scoring after drawing a walk, then stealing second. Avery Anderson advanced Maguire to third with a sacrifice bunt, and Nicholas Bagley singled to bring him home.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textGriffin Nightingale and Chris Barnes each followed with RBI doubles as the Eagles ended the inning up 3-0.Ellsworth scored another run in the bottom of the second. Maguire singled, then advanced all the way home on Erskine errors.Erskine scored two runs in the top of the third to cut its deficit to two.Ellsworth scored its final two runs in the bottom of the fifth. With the bases loaded from three walks, Alex Braley and Bradley Smith singled to drive in Nightingale and Zack McGraw.Maguire pitched a complete game, notching six strikeouts and allowing four hits, three walks and two earned runs.Erskine pitcher Ryan Rodrigue allowed six runs in four innings. He walked five and struck out four.Also braving the elements were spectators clad in green Old Town gear, scouting out their next opponent.The Eagle boys, now 10-7, will face the No. 1 Old Town Coyotes in the quarterfinals on Thursday at Old Town. Though the Coyotes remain undefeated this season, Ellsworth only lost to them 1-0 in an earlier matchup.Ellsworth’s Chris Barnes hits an RBI double in the first inning of Tuesday’s home Class B preliminary game against Erskine Academy, giving Ellsworth a 3-0 lead. PHOTO BY TAYLOR VORTHERMSEllsworth’s Maguire and Bagley were also selected for the Class B Penobscot Valley Conference All Star first team this week.The No. 10-seeded Ellsworth softball team upset No. 7 Erskine in a prelim game at Erskine.The Eagle girls used a 20-hit attack to earn the 9-2 win.For Ellsworth, Mariah Brown pitched five scoreless innings. Abby Lynch collected a triple, a double and two singles. Caitlin Bean singled three times with three RBIs. Leah Stevens contributed three singles and scored twice. Shelby Cote added a double and a single.Avery Bond led Erskine with a double and two singles.The Eagle girls will play at No. 2 Old Town on Thursday in the quarterfinals.The No. 13 Mount Desert Island softball team ended its season 6-10 after losing 7-6 at No. 4 Oceanside in Monday’s prelim.In Class C action, the Bucksport and George Stevens Academy baseball teams as well as the Bucksport softball team had byes in the prelims. They will all host opponents in Thursday’s quarterfinals.The No. 8 Sumner softball team beat No. 9 GSA 17-5 at home on Tuesday to advance to the quarterfinals.For Sumner (10-7), Sally Lockhart pitched a four-hitter with three strikeouts, and Savana Turner and Brittney Dyer each rapped a double and two singles.For GSA (5-12), Katrina Limeburner hit a double and single.Sumner will play at No. 1 Mattanawcook in Thursday’s quarterfinals. Bio Latest Posts EHS names new boys’ soccer coach – July 13, 2016 Latest posts by Taylor Vortherms (see all) Part 1: Invisible, incapacitating concussions are sidelining high school athletes – July 19, 2016 Taylor VorthermsSports Editor at The Ellsworth AmericanTaylor Vortherms covers sports in Hancock County. The St. Louis, Missouri native recently graduated from the Missouri School of Journalism and joined The Ellsworth American in 2013. Part 2: When the injury is inside your head, some “don’t get it” – July 26, 2016
Heidar Helguson is waiting to discover whether he can return to first-team contention following a troublesome groin problem.He has resumed light training and seems to be making steady progress, but a specialist will decide later this week whether the QPR forward is ready step up his rehabilitation.Helguson, Rangers’ top scorer this season with nine goals, played for much of the campaign despite the injury but has been sidelined since January.AdChoices广告Manager Mark Hughes explained: “We’re waiting for the green light. He feels good and we’re going to have a conversation and hopefully get Heidar involved more.”It is hoped Helguson will be able to return to full training towards the end of the week, but he is unlikely to be available for Saturday’s game against Sunderland.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
The annual competition which seeks to harness cycling talents-the Cowbell cycling challenge-has been launched in Accra.This years challenge, which happens to be the maiden edition on regional basis, gets underway on Monday July 3 with Decathlon as the lead sponsor.It is an individual competition open to the general public with over one hundred and fifty professional cyclists expected registered.The Cowbell Cycling challenge is the flagship race of the Cycling Federation of Ghana in collaboration with Promasidor Ghana Limited under its Cowbell brand which is now synonymous with sports.The contest was born out of the desire to have a world class race that local cyclists could participate in every year as a way of taking their cycling careers and performance to a totally new height.With a total prize package of GHc 20,000 for the first fifteen athletes plus a mountain bike as well as jerseys, a glittering trophy and a medal to the ultimate champion, this will be a much improved reward for the winners and participants in relative to the last. The brands manager of Cowbell, Joseph Ashong at the unveiling on Friday has pledged that they will continue their unflinching support for the sport as they hope to contribute towards the growth of lesser-recognized sports in Ghana.“We are developing cycling to the international standard,” he said. “We are given back to the community as part of our responsibility so we are urging everyone to come out on the 3rd of July-which is a holiday in Ghana-and cheer up the cyclists.”Jeffrey Manzan Owusu, The Greater Accra Director of Sports, was full of praise for Cowbell‘s support to cycling which has spanned over a period of ten years.The competition will start at 9am at the Black Stars Square (Independence Square) go through some principal streets of Accra, through Teshie to Tema and then Back to Accra before finally ending the 84 kilometres race at the Junction Mall at Nungua.
Lakers point guard D’Angelo Russell and shooting guard Nick Young participated in all of Friday’s shootaround that included full-court non-contact work and 5-on-0 drills. In both drills the players showed progress with their cutting.Both Young and Russell could return as early as Monday in Sacramento as part of the beginning of a seven-game trip. If both players cannot practice fully on Saturday or need more practices before receiving medical clearances to play, the Lakers face some logistical challenges. The Lakers will fly to New York on Tuesday before Wednesday’s game in Brooklyn. That leaves the Lakers with a possible practice on Thursday before Friday’s game in Philadelphia.Nonetheless, Walton said he could schedule some 2-on-2 and 3-on-3 full-contact sessions for Russell and/or Young to evaluate their readiness to return.“We need to see them go live and competitive,” Walton said, “and really cut and fight over screens before we let them out there.”With those absences, the Lakers were on pace to lose early. But then Williams came into the third quarter and changed everything. After the Lakers went 2-of-11 from 3-point range in the first half, it took Williams only 90 seconds in the third quarter to make three of them. He also converted on a four-point play that entailed making one of two fouls shots and then making a 3-pointer off of Thomas Robinson’s rebound.That gave the Lakers a fighting chance, until their deeply rooted issues emerged again. LOS ANGELES >> The main sources of the Lakers’ prolific offense have stayed confined to the training room and the bench. The Lakers’ starting lineup has changed almost by the game. The Lakers’ defense rarely has existed.But through the Lakers’ recent struggles, one significant source of stability has stayed the same. After spending nearly all season impressing the Lakers with his high-volume efficiency and frequent trips to the foul line, Lou Williams fulfilled that same job description once again.The Lakers still fell to the Phoenix Suns in a 115-110 loss on Friday at Staples Center that secured their fifth consecutive defeat. Williams could not draw a four-point play on the final possession, let alone make a 3-pointer as time expired. Williams missed another key 3-pointer as the Lakers trailed 117-113 with 11 seconds remaining. Yet, Williams’ presence prevented the Lakers from falling apart completely.He scored 35 points on 10-of-17 shooting in what marked the third game this season he logged at least 30 points. Williams posted 14 points in the final quarter as the Lakers cut an 18-point deficit to within single digits. And Williams forced Phoenix guard Eric Bledsoe into a shot clock violation as the Lakers trailed 115-110 with 26.4 seconds left. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error But eventually, the Lakers other issues became too strong to ignore.Despite coach Luke Walton’s heavy emphasis on the concept since training camp, the Lakers slipped again defensively as they allowed Eric Bledsoe (24 points), Leandro Barbosa (19), Devin Booker (15), Alex Len (14), Brandon Knight (14) to log double digits.Though Lakers rookie forward Brandon Ingram made a 3-pointer to cut the lead to 115-113 with 17 seconds left, he appeared ineffective in another start at point guard. He had nine points on a 3-of-8 clip.Meanwhile, Jordan Clarkson (14 points), (Julius Randle (14) and Timofey Mozgov (10) combined for 14-of-38 shooting.Fortunately for the Lakers, help might be on the way soon.