Denver, Colorado-based live-electronic outfit Nobide has officially released a new remix of SunSquabi’s “Chrysalis”, from the Colorado trio’s most recent album, Instinct. The track is available to stream now via major streaming platforms. The new remix release comes on the heels of the two bands’ Halloween performance at the Boulder Theater with Sunsquabi.Nobide has successfully been issuing singles over the last two years, with Nick Vann‘s edgy production, drummer Matt McElwain‘s driving rhythms, and saxophonist Tanner Fruit’s affinity for jazz and texture resulting in a genre-bending, fresh sound with every release.The Nobide “Chrysalis” remix comes as the latest installment of the ongoing Instinct REMIXES series, which includes reworked recordings of the music featured on the band’s 2019 album from artists including DMC World Champion turntablist Chris Karns (Pretty Lights), Late Night Radio and more.Listen to the Nobide remix of SunSquabi track “Chrysalis” below.Sunsquabi – “Chrysalis” [Nobide Remix]Before the Halloween show at the Boulder Theatre with Sunsquabi, Nobide sold out their first-ever Denver headlining show earlier this year after having supported acts like The Floozies, Michal Menert, and Spafford. After making serious waves at Summer Camp Music Festival, Sonic Bloom, Camp Bisco Music Festival, and Hulaween, the band is set to finish this year out strong with a New Year’s show at The Liberty in Telluride, CO. Tickets are available here.For more information on Nobide, head to the band’s website.For a list of upcoming SunSquabi tour dates, head here.
LNG World News Stuff Image courtesy of ExmarBelgium’s Exmar, the Nicolas Savery-led shipowner said Thursday it now expects to take delivery of its Caribbean FLNG in May.The FLNG unit is currently located at the Wison Offshore & Marine’s yard in Nantong, China.“Financing of the Caribbean FLNG and final delivery of the unit still remains subject to the approval of the local authorities in the People’s Republic of China, which is expected to be received in the course of May 2017,” Exmar said in its first-quarter results.To remind, the company said in March it would take delivery of the FLNG by the end of this month at which time the last instalment of $200.5 million was due to the Wison yard.The 0.5 mtpa FLNG unit, with a 16,100-cbm storage capacity, was scheduled for delivery to Pacific Exploration and Production in 2015, however, in March last year, the agreement was terminated.Exmar is still in talks to secure an employment for the FLNG. “Progress has been made on the future employment of the Caribbean FLNG and future communication on this is expected in the coming months,” the company said.Exmar added that it is currently pursuing several other FSRU and FLNG projects around the world for which it expects a positive outcome in the coming months.LNG numbers downThe Antwerp-based company said Earnings Before Interest & Tax (EBIT) for its LNG division dropped year-on-year.The EBIT for the LNG and LNG Infrastructure division in the first quarter of 2017 was $5 million compared to $13.3 million the year before.The first-quarter EBIT included a $5 million termination fee from PEP on the Caribbean FLNG.According to Exmar, the results of its LNG division were negatively impacted by the lack of employment of the 138,107-cbm Excel LNG tanker for the first quarter of the year.The vessel started a 3-month time-charter at the end of March with extension options until the end of the year and in line with the current market rates, Exmar said.
When Spain won the World Cup in 2010 they did so after losing their first match to Switzerland. If they want to retain their trophy, they will have to take a similar route after they were humbled 5-1 by a Holland side inspired by Arjen Robben that grew more impressive as the game went on. Man of the match Robben then demonstrated his pace again as he added the Dutch’s fifth late on. He raced clear from his own half, plonked Casillas on the floor and stuck the ball in the net. Holland: Cillesen; Janmaat, De Vrij (Veltman 77′), Vlar, Martins Indi, Blind, De Guzman (Wijnaldum 62′), Jong; Sneijder; Van Persie, Robben (Lens 79′). From that point on, things took a turn towards embarrassing for Spain. Sam Marsden Four years ago La Roja could argue the Swiss struck it lucky, however on Friday night in Salvador the circumstances couldn’t have been more different as the Dutch struck revenge for their 1-0 defeat to the Spanish at the last World Cup final in South Africa. There will be few complaints from a Spain side that left themselves far too open at the back and, but for a 20 minute spell in the first half, failed to trouble an inexperienced Oranje backline. Booked: Casillas. Holland came more into the game from that point, but it was the linesman’s flag which was troubled more often than Casillas. At the other end Silva’s chipped finish was well saved by Cillesen and moments later the game would swing in the direction of Louis Van Gaal’s side. Things could not have gone much worse for Spain. Goal: Alonso 27′. Gerard Pique played Van Persie onside, and he obliged by escaping Sergio Ramos and fantastically heading in Daley Blind’s cross on the stroke of half time. Upd. at 23:33 Robben was causing problem after problem, and his driving run on the hour ended with Van Persie testing the woodwork – Holland would not have to wait long for a third though. Sneijder’s free-kick wasn’t dealt with by the Spanish defenders, and De Vrij will not get many easier headers at the far post. Silva then had a goal ruled out for offside, before Casillas had a moment he will never want to see again. Ramos rolled the ball back to his Real Madrid colleague, whose horror touch presented Van Persie with the sort of opportunity strikers of his caliber don’t waste. Within eight minutes of the restart, Robben displayed the form that Bayern have enjoyed so much over the past two seasons. Collecting a Blind pass, he cut inside Pique and rifled beyond the helpless Casillas. CEST Booked: De Guzman, De Vrij, Van Persie. All this after Xabi Alonso had given Spain the lead from the penalty spot. Del Bosque’s men started on top, but it was Sneijder who first brought one of the goalkeepers into life. He wriggled free down the middle, but his shot was palmed away by Iker Casillas. It was a ball Costa received in the box which led to the opener though. De Vrij hauled him down and Italian referee Nicola Rizzoli pointed to the spot. Alonso dispatched low to Jasper Cillessen’s right. Match facts: Spain: Casillas; Azpilicueta, Pique, Ramos, Alba; Busquets, Alonso (Pedro 63′), Xavi; Silva (Fabregas 78′), Iniesta, Costa (Torres 63′). Manchester United forward Robin Van Persie scored twice, Bayern Munich’s Arjen Robben scored two sublime solo goals and Feyenoord’s Stefan de Vrij headed in a Wesley Sneijder free-kick. Spain then typically took control of the ball, looking relaxed on a stage they have owned for the best part of a decase now. Andres Iniesta fired over from distance, while Costa regularly looked uncooth when when given the ball in the area, blazing over his best chance after an incisive David Silva pass. Goals: Van Persie 44′ and 72′, Robben 53′ and 80′, De Vrij 64′. Referee: Nicola Rizzoli (Italy). 13/06/2014 Most of the debate in the build up to the game had revolved around who Vicente Del Bosque would start as his striker – he opted for Diego Costa in the end – but it was the Dutch forwards who people will be talking about tomorrow.
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If the Selkirk College Saints 2017-2018 British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League (BCIHL) home opener is any indication, it’s going to be a thrilling rollercoaster ride to finish.However, the Saints were able to regain their senses, scoring six consecutive goals en route to a 6-3 victory over the Simon Fraser University Clan.After the ceremonial season opening puck drop Friday night at the Castlegar & District Recreation Centre, the Saints spotted the visiting Simon Fraser University Clan a 3-0 first period lead that started just over a minute in when Daniell Lange scored top shelf on Selkirk College starter Brett Huber. Two more goals in 30 seconds late in a period that saw the shots skewed 15-5 in favour of the Clan, put the home side in a deep hole.“I think it was opening game jitters and I’m glad we got those out of the way after the first,” said Saints first-year forward Derek McPhail. “We got stuck playing their game in the first 20 minutes and in the dressing room we talked about working as a group from the d-zone forward. That’s what we did and it worked.”The trademark of Saints’ hockey is tenacious work ethic and two minutes into the middle frame, it paid off when Derek Georgopoulous stole the puck and got it to McPhail who scored his first BCIHL goal to get Selkirk College on the board. Midway through the period, second-year Saints defenceman Seth Schmidt converted on the powerplay to cut the SFU lead to 3-2. It was at that point that the home crowd became a factor. “It’s hard for the crowd to stay in it when you go down 3-0 that early, but the fans did a great job of helping us out and we brought them back into it through the way we came out in the second period,” said Saints’ captain Dallas Calvin.With just over four minutes left in the second period, hard work by Calvin in the SFU zone resulted in a turnover and a nice pass to McPhail who scored his second goal of the game to tie the score at threes. With time running out in the second period, Calvin again used his reach to poke a puck away from a Clan defenceman that went to Parker Sharp who beat SFU starter Lyndon Stanwood.The second period featured plenty of back-and-forth action, but Huber stood tall in a period that saw the Saints outshoot their visitors by the slim margin of 12-11.Second-year Saints defenceman Gordon Campbell added insurance seven minutes into the third period when his shot from the point beat Stanwood to make the score 5-3. With 41 seconds left in the game, Calvin scored into the empty SFU net to halt any hope for the Clan.The victory was a solid team effort, but the Saints’ top line of McPhail, Calvin and Georgopoulos showed chemistry that elevated the entertainment value for the substantial crowd that came to support the student athletes.“He’s a phenomenal player,” McPhail said of Calvin. “If you are open, he’s going to find you and if there is an open lane to the net for him then that’s usually a scoring chance for us.”Though still early in the season, Calvin is optimistic the team has made up for the loss of Ryan Edwards who was a major part of the team’s offence for three years before graduating last spring.“Derek is a super skilled guy and you just have to get him the puck,” said Calvin, a Trail native who is a student in the Business Administration Program. “When you work that hard and you are that talented… good things will come.”The Saints return to action this Saturday night at the Castlegar & District Recreation Centre when they host the Eastern Washington University Eagles starting at 7 p.m. in the first game of a weekend home-and-home.
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REAL MADRID have reportedly joined Manchester United in the race for Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino.The Guardian claims Los Blancos are plotting to axe interim boss Santiago Solari in the wake of their historic 3-0 home defeat to CSKA Moscow in the Champions League on Wednesday night.4 Mauricio Pochettino is a target for Real MadridCredit: ReutersAnd Pochettino is being lined up as the full-time successor to Julen Lopetegui, who was sacked just months into his Bernabeu career.Pochettino has transformed Spurs into Premier League title contenders during his time in North London.And Real feel he’s the perfect man to turn the club’s fortunes around.However, United are desperate to bring Pochettino to Old Trafford as their chances of a top four finish fade.4 The Tottenham boss is also wanted by Manchester UnitedCredit: AP:Associated PressJose Mourinho could be sacked for pennies in the summer should United fail to qualify for next season’s Champions League.And the Red Devils are willing to pay as much as £40million to secure Pochettino’s signature.The Argentine was United’s first choice to replace Louis van Gaal in 2016.And he may fancy the chance to work with a giant transfer budget at one of the world’s biggest clubs, with the likes of Paul Pogba and Romelu Lukaku looking in need of fresh inspiration.Tottenham’s Erik Lamela shaves Paulo Gazzaniga’s head in dressing room after Barcelona draw 4 Santiago Solari has failed to impress since taking charge at the BernabeuCredit: AFP4 United may sack Jose Mourinho if he fails to qualify for the Champions LeagueCredit: PA:Press AssociationMost Read In SportFeatureNAKED TRUTHThe most embarrassing wardrobe malfunctions in sport, including Venus WilliamsBRO MESSAGEBobby Charlton’s touching tribute to Jack revealed as he misses funeral serviceFRESH OUTFITMicah Richards pokes fun at Roy Keane backstage at Sky Sports studiosLEADING BY EXAMPLEBrian O’Driscoll feels ‘too guilty’ not to wear face mask when shoppingFOND FAREWELLShane Lowry shares moving snap as he says goodbye to daughter Iris at airportVideoMAC IN ATTACKMcGregor shows off football skills as UFC star proves he’s no one-trick pony
Gautam Buddh Nagar police have raised a special unit equipped with modern gadgets such as body-mounted cameras and utility belts tied to the uniforms of its members, who will move across the district on motorbikes in search of miscreants.The Noida Patrol Unit (NPU) has been raised to curb street crimes in the twin cities of Noida and Greater Noida, lying on the border of Uttar Pradesh, Delhi and Haryana. The cities have struggled to curb street crimes like snatching of mobile phones and jewellery.Under the first-of-its-kind initiative, the patrol unit has been given 60 motorbikes and a constable and a sub-inspector will be on each of these bikes.The NPU members have a full navy-blue uniform on which the body cameras are mounted and the motorcycles are fitted with GPS. They have special utility belts which will help them in holding firearms, baton and wireless communication system.The force will sport special black shoes and helmets bearing a logo of the NPU.Senior Superintendent of Police Vaibhav Krishna, who flagged off the NPU on Sunday, said these patrolling units have been formed as part of an experiment and they have been equipped with latest electronic gadgets to curb crime in the district.”The main objective of this NPU is to prevent crimes like snatching/robbery etc. It is a first-of-its-kind initiative in the state and is based on PPP model,” he said.”The button for the wireless set has been mounted on the chest area of the uniform and could be operated easily and swiftly,” he said.advertisementThe fibre-made baton will be used instead of traditional batons or wooden rods. These reflective batons have multiple colour lights which can be used even in the dark for various purposes,” he said.The constables and sub-inspectors included in the squad are undergoing tactical training on dealing with impromptu situations of law and order, public interaction.”They are being trained to identify suspicious elements, check them. At times, policemen get surrounded by mobs in public places, they are being trained to deal with such situations and also how to prevent crime, and raise awareness among public on checking crime,” the SSP said.The NPU personnel have been equipped with the uniform, special belt, GPS and camera systems under the public-private partnership, he said.