Listen To The Movement’s New Jam ‘Dancehall’ Ft. Mr. Williamz – Premiere

first_imgThere’s a reason this band is called The Movement. One listen, and you’re sure to be moving and grooving along to their reggae-influenced tunes. With a new album, Golden, due out on April 8th, and a major cross-country tour in support of it, there’s just no telling how high this band can climb.Based out of Columbia, SC, The Movement’s newest album takes its inspiration for the inter-connectedness of the galaxy and human DNA. “I really started to like the idea behind the Fibonacci Code, the Golden Ratio, Golden Mean, Golden Spiral,” says guitarist/vocalist Joshua Swain. “I liked the idea of searching for order and commonality in the chaos. Add to that the idea of requiring a “heart of gold” to inject beauty and goodness into the order and using the word golden as a synonym for perfect… It just made sense to me.”We’re happy to share the very first track from this new release, a song entitled “Dancehall.” Stream the new jam, featuring Mr. Williamz, below:We asked Swain to shed some light on the track’s origins. “Dancehall started out as a slow acoustic ballad, but we felt it wasn’t really living up to its name, so we had to spice it up a little. We were fortunate enough to link up with Mr. Williamz, and with three distinct parts in both style and tempo, we created a unique tale of lost love, music, and magic in the Caribbean,” he said.Golden is not only due out on April 8th, but it will mark the first release on the Rootfire Cooperative, a not-for-profit record label that is owned and operated by artists. Rootfire founder Seth Herman passionately states, “I hope the Rootfire Cooperative can provide micro-financing with the effect of boosting the artists business; and make a positive effect on an entire genre of music.”Check out the full tracklisting for Golden, and don’t miss the band on tour. Full dates can be seen below, and more information is available via the band’s website.Golden Tracklisting 1. Blinded 2. Dancehall (feat. Mr. Williamz) 3. Golden (feat. Elliot Martin) 4. Fair Warning 5. Smoke 6. Rescue 7. On Top (feat. Leilani Wolfgramm) 8. Through the Heart 9. Home 10. Retriever  11. Habit 2016 (feat. Collie Buddz & Bobby Hustle) 12. Wild TimeGolden Hearts Tour DatesMarch 19 @ St. Pat’s in Five Points – Columbia, SC March 23 @ Jack Rabbits – Jacksonville, FL March 24 @ Propaganda – Lake Worth, FL March 25 @ Jannus Live – St. Petersburg, FL  March 26 @ Hooked On Music Festival – Fort Pierce, FL  April 09 @ California Roots: The Carolina Sessions – Myrtle Beach, SCApril 13 @ Riot Room – Kansas City, MOApril 14 @ The Waiting Room – Omaha, NEApril 15 @ Cervantes Other Side – Denver, COApril 16 @ Aggie Theatre – Fort Collins, COApril 18 @ Urban Lounge – Salt Lake City, UTApril 20 @ The Reef – Boise, IDApril 21 @ The Goodfoot – Portland, ORApril 22 @ Wild Buffalo – Bellingham, WAApril 23 @ WOW Hall – Eugene, ORApril 24 @ Nectar Lounge – Seattle, WAApril 27 @ Humbrews – Arcata, CAApril 28 @ The Boardwalk – Sacramento, CAApril 29 @ Slims – San Francisco, CAApril 30 @ The Catalyst – Santa Cruz, CAMay 03 @ Winston’s – San Diego, CAMay 04 @ Saint Rocke – Hermosa Beach, CAMay 05 @ Velvet Jones – Santa Barbara, CAMay 07 @ Reggae On The Block – Orlando, FLJuly 09 @ Levitate Music Festival – Marshfield, MA[Photo via Steven Vandergriff]last_img read more

Aqueous Announces Headlining Show At Historic Bluebird Theater

first_imgAqueous Upcoming Tour Dates:3/22 – Baltimore, MD -8×103/23 – Norfolk, VA – The Norva *3/24 – Richmond, VA – The National *4/13 & 4/14 – Rochester, NY – Flour City4/20 – Erie, PA – King’s Rook Club4/21 – Ithaca, NY – The Haunt4/25 – Chattanooga, TN – The Signal *4/26 – Lexington, KY – Manchester Music Hall *4/27 – Louisville, KY – Mercury Ballroom *4/28 – Indianapolis, IN – The Vogue5/25 – 5/27 – Chillicothe, IL – Summer Camp Music Festival6/9 – Denver, CO – Bluebird Theater6/7 – 6/10 – Stephentown, NY – Disc Jam Music Festival6/28 – 6/30 – Bond, CO – Beanstalk Music Festival7/19 – 7/22 – Scranton, PA – Peach Music Festival* w/ PapadosioView All Tour Dates Today, Buffalo-based groove-rock quartet Aqueous has announced a major headlining show at the historic Bluebird Theater in Denver, CO, built in the early 1900s.Aqueous has been taking the live music space by storm over the past year. The group has been touring nationally in support of heavyweights like Umphrey’s McGee, moe. and Papadosio, as well as playing numerous national and regional music festivals like The Peach Music Festival and Summer Camp Music Festival. They’ve certainly played shows in Colorado—like last year’s inaugural Canyon Jam at the Mishawaka Amphitheatre and a support slot during UM’s most recent New Year’s run—but Aqueous has yet to headline their very own high-profile show at one of the city’s historic venues. That all changes when Aqueous takes the stage at the Bluebird Theater on June 9th, 2018.“Denver is by far one of AQ’s favorite cities to play music in; Colorado just seems to totally get it, and some of our favorite sets of the past year have gone down out there,” shares guitarist and vocalist Mike Gantzer. “We’re gonna go really big for this Bluebird show, and we can’t wait to rage properly with the CO fans on this one!”Tickets go on sale this coming Friday, March 23rd at 10 a.m. MST. They can be purchased here.For more information about the Bluebird Theater performance or any of Aqueous’ other upcoming shows, head to the band’s website.last_img read more

Spencer Dinwiddie injury update: Nets guard (thumb) to return vs. Hornets

first_img Dwyane Wade on wild buzzer-beater: ‘I told Steph I needed this one’ “It’s unbelievable how fast he is, how just the talent screams at you,” Atkinson said. “It’s just great to have him back.”Dinwiddie is averaging 17.2 points and five assists this season. He’s shooting 46.1 percent from the field and 36.6 percent from 3-point range. Spencer Dinwiddie is returning to the court.The 25-year-old guard will play in the Nets’ matchup with the Hornets on Friday, coach Kenny Atkinson told reporters. Dinwiddie missed the last 14 games with a thumb injury that required surgery. “Three days post-op I was already running and doing all that stuff so my routine, although obviously not playing, hadn’t really changed in terms of getting work in,” Dinwiddie said about the injury. “Obviously being on the sidelines and watching your team play is always hard.”The Nets will enter their matchup against the Hornets in sixth place of the Eastern Conference with a 32-31 record. Related Newslast_img read more