Papadosio has certainly been on a roll the past few months. Their latest studio album, Pattern Integrities, was released toward the tail end of September, and the band just wrapped up the first leg of the album’s supporting tour. Since their inception, Papadosio has strived to push their limits, constantly searching for new ways to expand the depth and reach of each project they’re involved with. Today, Papadosio released their first ever remix album via their Bandcamp, continuing on with their long-held tradition to seek out new ways to present their music to fans.Pattern Integrities Remixed is a ten-track remix album of Papadosio’s latest album, which features remixes by ten producers who have taken the tracks on Pattern Integrities and put their own spin on them. Artists involved on the new remix album include Bluetech, Kalya Scintilla, and Living Light, to name a few. You can digitally download Papadosio’s first remix album now or pre-order a hardcopy via the band’s Bandcamp.This latest remix album should also be a perfect way to get fans stoked for Papadosio’s sophomore return to Red Rocks Amphitheater on May 6th of this year. The evening on the Rocks, dubbed Re:Creation Red Rocks, will feature what are sure to be unforgettable performances by Papadosio, Sunsquabi, Desert Dwellers, Supersillyus, An-Ten-Nae, and Eliot Lipp. Furthermore, the legendary visionary artists, Alex Grey and Allyson Grey will share the stage with Papadosio, creating their renowned transcendent paintings as the band tears it up. You can get tickets for the Red Rocks shows here after you pick up the band’s new remix album, and stay tuned for Live For Live Music’s full review of Pattern Integrities Remixed tomorrow.
Newcastle continued to make chances even with 10 men, but further goals from full-back Billy Jones – his first for the club – and Fletcher ensured the points remained on Wearside. Jones said: “I’m absolutely made-up to score. I always have that self-confidence going up for set-plays that I might get the second ball. I’ve been close a few times for Sunderland, last year and last week as well. “It’s huge for us. It’s a derby game, so you want to win to make it six-in-a-row. You want to do it for the fans, do it for the club and have the bragging rights. “But to get our first win of the season is massive and we needed to get that pressure off ourselves.” The Scotland international said: “We needed the result, but it’s obviously even better when it comes against your rivals. “Newcastle put us on the back foot in the first 30 minutes, but when we got the penalty, the game changed. “We knew the second half was going to be a lot easier with them down to 10, and we managed to capitalise on it.” Fletcher was at the heart of the game’s pivotal moment in first-half injury time when, seconds after team-mate Lee Cattermole had survived a double appeal for a penalty, he went to ground under Fabricio Coloccini’s shoulder charge and saw referee Robert Madley point to the spot and produce a red card. Sunderland boss Sam Allardyce had no qualms about the penalty award, but admitted the red card was harsh, while opposite number Steve McClaren was adamant the challenge was not even a foul and that it should not have happened in any case as his team should have been taking a penalty at the other end. Fletcher, however, was convinced the official had got it right. He said: “I was just looking at the ball, so I didn’t know he was coming. When you’re not expecting it, it’s going to be a harder hit. “He knocked me off. I think he just tried to stop me getting to the ball. It’s a free-kick anywhere else, so why not a penalty?” Steven Fletcher says Sunderland’s first Barclays Premier League victory of the season tasted all the sweeter because it came at the expense of arch-rivals Newcastle. The Black Cats took full advantage of two refereeing decisions during a frenzied conclusion to the first half – in which they had been decidedly second-best – to belatedly kick-start their campaign in style with a 3-0 derby victory at the Stadium of Light. Fletcher, one of the few bright spots for the home side before the break, rounded off an eventful afternoon with a well-taken third goal to send the fans home happy for the first time this season with a sixth successive win over the Magpies. Press Association
WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite Adorable, playful cats and kittens are looking for loving homes. If your heart is set on adopting one of these furry felines, then please visit the Animal Anti-Cruelty League (AACL) to process your adoption.The league would like to make the community aware of the fact that there will be no boarding for pets until the rebuild of the kennels is complete. The kennels were damaged in the recent flash flooding.The league is currently issuing a kind appeal for cash donations from the public.The money will go towards the housing fund, which has been created in the wake of the flood damages.The AACL premises will be rebuilt and renovations will start soon.A special thank you to Pierre Massyn and Mr and Mrs Govenderfor the donation of dog and cat food, Buy ‘n Save for chicken, and Tugela Press for the printing.There is a desperate need for cat food, whether wet or dry.If you have a query or are interested in making a contribution, pay a visit to the kennels (on the N11 before the Limit Hill robots).Alternatively, you can contact Annamarie Koen on 076-151-1784 for more information.