String Cheese Shares Three New Studio Tracks, Details Plan For Future Instantaneous Releases

first_imgAfter months of anticipation, new music from The String Cheese Incident has finally been released! The band has shared a lengthy note detailing the process, which sees the group building their own studio called the SCI Sound Lab, and releasing three new tracks from the mix.The note talks about how the traditional album release process was a slowed down version of what they wanted to do; put new music in the hands of listeners. They had written something like 20 songs in May of 2015, and the Song In My Head album release only captured a small sampling from those new songs and road-tested originals.Instead of that process, the band has built their own studio, allowing them to record and share tracks at a much quicker pace. With that in mind, the group has shared SCI Sound Lab Vol. 1, featuring three new studio cuts: Michael Kang’s “Believe,” Bill Nershi’s “Down a River,” and the familiar song, “Sweet Spot” by Keith Moseley.You can find the new music here, and read the band’s full message below.last_img read more

Find out how Texans Credit Union created non-interest income growth of 17.89%

first_imgIt’s not uncommon for a company to find itself running on a different track than the one on which it started. When that happens, it may not be so easy to change course. Texans Credit Union found themselves in this exact situation and with the help of SWBC, they managed to refocus and find success.Texans Credit Union found themselves focusing strongly on business and commercial banking, and realized they had lost their focus on consumer accounts and the member experience. They partnered with SWBC in 2012 to amplify the services offered to their members, including credit life and disability insurance. continue reading » 12SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img

Lancaster man jailed on suspicion of kidnapping, attempted rape

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.The man took her to his home near 60th Street West and Avenue L, where he tried to get her to engage in sex with him, Dunn said. The girl eventually persuaded the man to let her go, Dunn said, and she went to a nearby home and told the people there what happened. One of the people she told called 911, Dunn said. “She was not injured,” he said. “She’s doing OK.” The victim led deputies to the man’s home, where he was taken into custody, Dunn said. Paramedics took the man to a hospital, but they did not say why, other than it was to be treated for something unrelated to the crime, Dunn said. LANCASTER – A man who bumped a girl with his car, then drove her to his home and tried to have sex with her has been arrested on suspicion of kidnapping and attempted rape, a sheriff’s sergeant said Saturday. The suspect’s name was not immediately available, but he was taken into custody about midnight Friday, said sheriff’s Sgt. Brian Dunn of the Lancaster station. The victim was a 17-year-old girl. Dunn said the girl was walking about 9:20 p.m. when the kidnapper bumped her with his vehicle. The girl, who was unhurt, was ordered to get in and, out of fear, she agreed, the sergeant said. The man will be booked on suspicion of kidnapping and attempted rape, he said.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more