In 2017, much to the delight of his fans, future-funk favorite Manic Focus released his highly anticipated new album, Minds Rising. As a follow-up to the album, in 2018, Manic Focus has plans to release Minds Rising Remixed, a collection of reimaginings of Minds Rising‘s tracks from a diverse array of some of his favorite artists, including Liquid Stranger, Cofresi, SunSquabi, Edamame, Wick-it The Instigator, and more. Today, in anticipation of the upcoming Minds Rising Remixed, Manic Focus has released Emancipator’s remix of “Stochastic Resonance” featuring Statik, marking the second single released off the upcoming LP.Emancipator’s trippy take on Manic Focus’ “Stochastic Resonance” is a delight to listen to. Spacious and super vibey, the remix coasts along on its laidback groove while calling back to psychedelic 90s trip-hop. You can take a listen to the new remix below. If you’re a fan of what you’re hearing, you can catch both artists at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre in a few weeks, when Manic Focus opens for Emancipator on May 26th. See below for a full tracklist for Minds Rising, as well as a list of upcoming tour dates. For more information, head to Manic Focus’ website.Minds Rising Remixed Track List:1.) Drop In feat. Marvel Years & Chris Karns (SoDown Remix)2.) Putting All of My People On Feat. ProbCause (Liquid Stranger Remix)3.) Joy In The Noise feat. Psalm One (Daily Bread Remix)4.) Stochastic Resonance feat. Statik (Emancipator Remix)5.) Snap Like This feat. Artifakts & Erick Jesus Coomes (Wick – It The Instigator Remix)6.) Pushing feat. Psymbionic (Rave Boar Remix)7.) Rage Fits Perfect feat. The MFin’ Band (SunSquabi Remix)8.) Habit feat. Russ Liquid & The Rapper Chicks (Megan Hamilton Remix)9.) Stronger feat. Late Night Radio, Jennifer Hartswick, Adam Deitch (Cofresi Remix)10.) Timeless feat Carlile (Edamame Remix)11.) Sowing My Zone feat. Ryan Viser (GoodSex Remix)12.) Your X Now feat. Exmag & Borahm Lee (LWKY Remix)13.) *BONUS TRACK* – Pushing feat. Psymbionic (R34L Remix)View All TracksManic Focus 2018 Tour Dates:May 11 – Shaky Beats Festival – Atlanta, GAMay 26 – Red Rocks Amphitheatre – Morrison, COJune 7 – Bonnaroo – Manchester, TNJune 21-24 – Electric Forest – Rothbury, MIJune 28-July 1 – Electric Forest – Rothbury, MIAugust 11-12 – Moonrise Festival – Baltimore, MDAugust 17-18 – 515 Alive – Des Moines, IASeptember 6-9 – Dancefestopia – Kansas City, MOSeptember 20-22 – Resonance Festival – Thornville, OHView All Tour Dates
Kathryn Jane Ward, 85, of Dillsboro passed away on Saturday, February 18, 2017 at Dearborn County Hospital. She was born on Friday September 11, 1931 in Dearborn County to Lytle and Mayme (Mendel) Parks. She was a 1949 graduate of Aurora High School. She married Wilbur D. Ward who preceded her in death. Kathryn was a member of the Dillsboro United Methodist Church, and had been an employee of Tandy’s IGA and had worked at Lake Dilldear. She was a quiet lady with a big heart. She enjoyed cooking and loved baking things for her church family and her many many friends at her apartment complex. She loved word games and cared dearly for her family, never forgetting anybody’s birthday.Kathryn is survived by daughter Cheryll (Peter) Hendry of Lawrenceburg, grandchildren Leanna Dobbins, Amie Lowe, Kevin Hendry, Andrea Shuter, and Addie Taylor, 14 great grandchildren, daughter-in-law Scarlet Ward, sister Marilyn Probst,and a host of friends. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, son Stephen Ward and sister Evelyn Manford.Funeral rites for Kathryn will be 11AM Friday February 24, 2017 at the Dillsboro United Methodist Church with Pastor Mona Safely officiating. Burial will follow in Mt. Sinai Cemetery west of Aurora. Visitation will be Thursday 6-8PM at Filter-DeVries Funeral Home in Dillsboro. Memorials may be made to her church or the cancer fund.Filter-DeVries Funeral Home, Dillsboro entrusted with the arrangements, Box 146, 12887 Lenover St.,Dillsboro, IN 47018; (812)432-5480.
Staring at a two-goal deficit midway through the third period and the prospect of having its season end at the expense of its closest rival, the Cicero-North Syracuse ice hockey team picked a good time to roar to life.A four-goal eruption in the closing minutes of Tuesday’s Section III Division I opening-round game at Lysander Ice Arena would help the Northstars stun Liverpool 4-2 and advance to the quarterfinal round.Ever since these teams first met Dec. 20 in the Optimist Tournament and C-NS prevailed 5-3, things had not gone well for the Northstars, who won just four times the rest of the regular season. And that included a Feb. 14 rematch with Liverpool at the Twin Rinks that went 7-3 in the Warriors’ favor, C-NS unable to stop Connor Boland, who piled up four goals and two assists.Just four days later, Liverpool, as the no. 8 playoff seed, would now get to play at Lysander against C-NS, and the two sides battled through a scoreless first period.Then the Warriors inched in front 1-0 when Matt Gagnon scored 9:48 into the second period, and then doubled that margin early in the third, again with Gagnon finding the net. Tags: C-NSice hockeyliverpool To that point, James Welch was turning back everything C-NS threw at him, eventually earning 37 saves, but once Matt Cramer found the net to cut Liverpool’s lead to 2-1, the whole game changed.Cramer would pass it to Braylen Tuff, who netted the tying goal. Then an infraction on a breakaway with less than 90 seconds left in regulation gave the Northstars a penalty shot that Cramer converted for the go-ahead goal.Tyler Murray added an empty-net tally in the closing seconds and C-NS had won it, having seen Kaii VanLuven play quite well in the net, finishing with 27 saves.Two nights later, C-NS would go to Meachem Rink to battle top seed and defending state champion Syracuse in the sectional quarterfinals, knowing that it had to do something special to turn around a 9-1 defeat to this same team at the Twin Rinks nine days earlier.And it was much closer – but the Cougars still ended the Northstars’ season, prevailing 5-1 as C-NS’s lone goal came from Tyler Murray in the second period.By then, Syracuse was out in front, and up 3-1 going to the third, it doubled that margin as Kaleb Benedict, named as the sectional Division I Player of the Year earlier in the week, earned a three-goal hat trick.Stephan Matro had a goal and two assists, with Cam Walsh getting the other goal as VanLuven made 34 saves, with Cougars counterpart Alex Moreno stopping 24 of C-NS’s 25 shots.When the sectional All-Star honors were released, Boland was a first-team selection, as was Wisely. Cramer and teammate Holden Sarosy, along with the Liverpool quintet of Gagnon, Welch, Xavier Springer, Marco Palumbo and Joey Terranova, earned Honorable Mention status.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story
Padres option Rookie of the Year candidate Chris Paddack to minors WALK 👏 IT 👏 OFF!*Emphasis on the walk pic.twitter.com/fgWpjt3Q8g— Boston Red Sox (@RedSox) June 12, 2019“Just try and get a strike,” Betts told NESN after the game. “(Chavez) is tough. You start chasing on the corners and you’ll get out real quick. So, I just tried to get him over the big part of the plate.”Christian Vazquez opened the inning with a double for Boston and Jackie Bradley Jr. singled. Michael Chavis followed with a walk before Betts’ game-winning at-bat. Related News [email protected] launched a 460 ft no-doubter.The @Cubs have now hit 5 HR of 460+ ft this season. They hit 1 HR that far in 2018. pic.twitter.com/lehzaw4MTE— MLB Stats (@MLBStats) June 12, 2019Christian Yelich with a great diving catch.No hit for you.(MLB x @ScottsLawnCare) pic.twitter.com/zycN9oGcnJ— MLB (@MLB) June 13, 2019What’s nextCardinals (33-32) at Mets (33-34) — New York and St. Louis will begin a four-game series at Citi Field on Thursday. The Mets enter the matchup hot as they’ve won five of their last seven while the Cardinals have dropped four of six. St. Louis will send Jack Flaherty (4-3, 4.08 ERA) to the mound and New York will counter with Jacob deGrom (3-6, 3.45 ERA). Yankees exploring trade market for ‘impact’ player, Brian Cashman says Nolan Arenado says next Cubs-Rockies series could get ‘spicy’ “It just shows you we can start something anywhere in the lineup,” Betts said. “You’ve got to pitch to all nine guys, because they all can hurt you.”Mooooooook! pic.twitter.com/pKp1bHi9H9— NESN (@NESN) June 12, 2019Andrew Benintendi went 3 for 4 with two RBIs for the Red Sox in the victory.“(Benintendi) took some great swings,” Red Sox manager Alex Cora said after the game, via MLB.com. “It started with going the other way. We need him to start driving the ball. … He’s a complete hitter. It was good to see him swing the bat the way he did.”Boston starter Rick Porcello allowed two runs over 6 2/3 innings. Reliever Matt Barnes picked up the win.Studs of the nightRamon Laureano belted a grand slam in the Athletics’ 6-2 win over the Rays. He finished 2 for 4 at the plate.Ramón gives the A’s the lead and then some.(MLB x @PapaJohns) pic.twitter.com/dC1kncfX41— MLB (@MLB) June 12, 2019Cole Hamels threw seven shutout innings in the Cubs’ 10-1 win over the Rockies. He also drove in two runs.Duds of the nightThe entire Phillies lineup produced just three hits in a 2-0 loss to the Diamondbacks.Cardinals reliever John Brebbia allowed three runs in one inning of work in a 9-0 loss to the Marlins.HighlightsJavier Baez crushed this ball. The Red Sox picked up a walk-off win in unconventional fashion Wednesday.Jesse Chavez walked in Mookie Betts with the bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth to give the Red Sox a 4-3 win over the Rangers at Fenway Park. The victory snapped Boston’s three-game losing streak.