April 15, 2021

Lettuce’s Adam Smirnoff Is The Funkiest Guest DJ On Sirius XM’s Jam On [Full Audio]

first_imgWith their funky festival just days away, Lettuce is building up some serious anticipation for what is sure to be a great event. In preparation for the Lettuce-hosted Fool’s Paradise festivities, which run from April 1-2 in St. Augustine, FL, the band’s guitarist Adam “Shmeeans” Smirnoff hit the SiriusXM Jam On studios to spin some of his favorite tunes.Break Science Brings The Funk For Live Band Session In The Jam ON Studio [Full Audio]Listen up for Shmeeans’ favorite artists, influencing from Miles Davis, Tower of Power, to Col. Bruce Hampton, as well as some hypothetical Phish inspiration for “2001,” which he says must have come from the 70s arrangement “Also Sprach” by Deodado. After giving it a listen, we’re sure he’s right! Enjoy the next two hours with all derivatives of funk:Full tracklisting of Adam “Shmeeans” Smirnoff DJ sesion for SiriusXM Jam On:Tower of Power – Oakland Stroke (:52 version) VOICE TRACKLettuce – Madison Square 2/14/16 Aretha Franklin – Love the One you’re With (live at the fillmore west) VOICE TRACKCol. Bruce Hampton – Basically Frightened Jeff Beck – Come Dancing Lettuce – Remember The Children 2/3/16 Missoula, MT VOICE TRACKTower of Power – Knock Yourself Out (live and in living color) VOICE TRACKNigel Hall – Try, Try, Try (ladies and gentlemen, Nigel Hall) 4minMiles Davis – Black Satin/What If/Agharta Prelude Dub (Panthalassa) VOICE TRACKDeodado – Also Sprach Zarathustra 9minBreak Science – Android Love VOICE TRACKParliament – Dr. Funkenstein (Live PFunk Earth Tour) Lettuce – The Lobbyist 2/3/16 Missoula, MT 5VOICE TRACKTower of Power – Oakland Stroke (1:56 version)More information about Lettuce’s festival Fool’s Paradise, which features GRiZ, Vulfpeck, Chris Robinson’s Soul Revue, The Nth Power and more, can be found here. Don’t miss out!last_img read more

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Raiders Middle School Boys Settle Down Rebels

first_imgSouthwestern at South Ripley-7th Grade.  The Raiders overcame a sluggish start to post a 50-25 victory.Lane Sparks led all scorers with 26 points, while Cody Samples added 8, Brady Linkel 6, Bryce Franklin 4, Kaden Rinear 4, and Dillion Binion 2. The 7th graders now boast a 14-1 record.8th Grade.  The Raiders broke open a close game at halftime with 15 third quarter points in route to a 41-24 win.Eric Vickers led the way with 11 points and 7 rebounds, Aaron Greiwe scored 9 points with 4 steals, Dakota Day posted 8 points and 7 rebounds, Kaleb Rinear added 6 points and a team high 8 rebounds; Jon Adkins 3 points and 4 steals; Sam Evans 2 points and 5 steals; Eric Myers and Connor McCarty both scored one point; Jacob Elliott, Peyton Owens, and Dalton Downey didn’t score but each contributed 3 steals.  The 8th graders improve to 11-4 on the year.Both teams will next play on Monday, January 18th at South Ripley vs. the Milan Indians in game one of the season-ending SEI junior high tournament. Game time is scheduled for 5:30.Courtesy of Raiders Coach Jeff Greiwe.last_img read more

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No. 1 USC seeks to continue strong play

first_imgAfter a freshman campaign in which driver Nikola Vavic led USC with 49 goals, it was natural to heap lofty expectations on the sophomore. Thus far, the sophomore has tallied 25 goals with only three regular season games remaining and eight games in total if USC should advance to the NCAA finals as it did a year ago.Though Vavic has not found the back of the net as frequently as he did last season, he is beginning to heat up on the score sheet, too, burying eight goals in his last two games.Lethal · Sophomore driver Nikola Vavic has notched 25 goals this year and is one of many offensive weapons for USC’s balanced scoring atttack. – Chris Roman | Daily TrojanWith Vavic’s recent scoring surge bolstering the offense, the No. 1 USC men’s water polo team (17-2, 6-0) will look to extend its eight-game winning streak in two matches this weekend. On Friday at the McDonald’s Swim Stadium, the Trojans will host No. 13 Concordia (29-4) at 5 p.m. for its final regular season home game, hoping to close out an undefeated season at home. Saturday, USC will travel up north to face No. 7 Pacific (11-10, 1-4) in an MPSF matchup.“With Nikola, his goal is usually to pass first and that’s a good thing, but if you always look to pass first, you’re going to miss some good opportunities,” USC coach Jovan Vavic said. “It was good to see in these two games that he was taking shots, and we need him, as the season goes on, to score goals and be a top threat for us.”Collegiate water polo is notoriously top-heavy, with only a few upsets of top-five programs each season. Despite this reality, Jovan Vavic insists Concordia — a team USC beat 15-7 last season in its first ever match — is underrated and could challenge USC provided the Trojans are not focused.“Concordia has three good outside shooters and one strong two-meter man,” Jovan Vavic said. “Concordia beat Santa Barbara at Santa Barbara, and they only lost to Pacific by one goal. So Concordia is one of those teams that can surprise you.”The marquee match-up of the weekend, however, remains the game against Pacific. The Tigers are 1-4 in MPSF play following a gut-wrenching 13-12 overtime loss to powerhouse No. 1 UCLA and a 9-8 upset win over No. 5 Santa Barbara.“[Pacific and Concordia] are both very similar,” Nikola Vavic said. “Both teams have quite a few European players who are good shooters. Pacific has big strong two-meter men.”Sophomore attacker Balazs Erdelyi and senior attacker Tom Koning pace Pacific with 45 and 42 goals, respectively. In the cage, Pacific goalie Alex Malkis posts an average of 9.9 saves per game.Ultimately, USC hopes it continues to peak at the right time, especially in advance of the upcoming titanic match with UCLA.“It seems to me that every game we’re doing something better than in the game before,” Jovan Vavic said. “Overall, we are clicking at the right time.”last_img read more

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