Coinciding with the release of Bambro Koyo Ganda, Bonobo released a slew of new fall tour dates, which will see the producer and DJ perform from coast to coast across the United States and Canada. The first show of the tour falls on August 23rd at New York City’s new venue, Brooklyn Steel. From there, the musician will work his way westward, hitting Seattle’s Paramount on September 18th, which kicks off the American West Coast leg of his fall tour. After a number of dates on the West Coast, Bonobo’s fall tour will end with a string of dates across Texas before a final date at Miami’s iii Points on October 13th. You can stream Bambro Koyo Ganda below, then check out Bonobo’s upcoming fall tour dates to see if he’ll be hitting a city near you. <a href=”http://bonobomusic.bandcamp.com/album/bambro-koyo-ganda”>Bambro Koyo Ganda by Bonobo</a> The producer and DJ Bonobo (aka Simon Green) had big news for fans today, with the release of a brand new EP dubbed Bambro Koyo Ganda and the announcement of an extensive North American tour that runs from the end of August through October. Bonobo’s Bambro Koyo Ganda is a three-song release that contains a new song “Samurai” in addition to two versions of its title track including an analog version of “Bambro Koyo Ganda.” “Bambro Koyo Ganda” features Innov Gnawa, and the tune was originally released on Bonobo’s latest full album, Migration, which was released in January of this year. In April, Bonobo released a music video for “Bambro Koyo Ganda,” which you can check out below. Bonobo Fall Tour Dates:08-23 Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn Steel08-24 Burlington, VT – Higher Ground08-25 Portland, ME – State Theatre08-26 Mount Tremblant, Quebec – Wanderlust08-29 Toronto, Ontario – Danforth08-31 Detroit, MI – Majestic Theater09-01 Chicago, IL – North Coast09-06 Aspen, CO – Belly Up Aspen09-08 Boulder, CO – Boulder Theater09-12 Edmonton, Alberta – Union Hall09-13 Calgary, Alberta – Palace Theatre09-15 Vancouver, British Columbia – Malkin Bowl09-18 Seattle, WA – Paramount09-20 Portland, OR – Roseland09-23 San Francisco, CA – Bill Graham Civic Auditorium09-27 Los Angeles, CA – Greek Theatre09-28 Pioneertown, CA – Pappy & Harriet’s10-03 Phoenix, AZ – Van Buren10-04 Tucson, AZ – Ralto10-06-08 Austin, TX – Austin City Limits10-07 Austin, TX – Emo’s10-08 San Antonio, TX – Aztec Theater10-11 Dallas, TX – House of Blues10-12 Houston, TX – House of Blues10-13-15 Austin, TX – Austin City Limits10-13-15 Miami, FL – iii Points
Darren Fletcher on Sky Sports:“Unbelievable! The shoot-out was excruciating! I am buzzing! David Marshall is a hero to the whole country! But the standards of all the penalties was brilliant.“Talk about character. Those lads weren’t stepping up thinking, ‘Imagine if I’m the one to miss’. They were positive – and then Marshall was the hero.“I fancied every one of them stepping up. There was something about Mitrovic; he was saving himself for fifth. Our main striker stepped up first – bang, into the back of the net. People thinking about glory and headlines; that’s what I thought about Mitrovic.“Then Big ‘Marsh’ – what a hand.” – Advertisement – Scotland’s reward for the win in Belgrade is a place in Group D alongside England, Croatia and Czech Republic – and a mouth-watering Euro 2020 schedule that will see two of their matches – against Croatia and Czech Republic – played in Glasgow. – Advertisement – Image:Aleksandar Mitrovic is consoled after his decisive missed penalty Ryan Christie was moved to tears after helping Scotland secure their place at Euro 2020 with a penalty shoot-out win against Serbia. Scotland have been turned upside down by Clarke’s influence in the dugout with a run of nine matches unbeaten and the boss couldn’t hide his emotions at full time despite claiming “he was calm” during the shootout.Clarke told Sky Sports: “It took a bit of time to get people onside, but we’ve been positive and no one can be more proud than the players on the pitch. One or two of the boys have been in tears and that shows how much it means.“When David Marshall saved the last penalty, I had a little glint in my eye. I may have a cry when I get to my room later. 4:02 Scotland manager Steve Clarke said he may shed a tear back in his hotel room after his side qualified for their first major tournament since 1998. Highlights of the European Championship Qualifying Path C play-off final between Serbia and Scotland. 8:53 1:42 – Advertisement – “Normally, we fall at the final hurdle or we have the glorious failure, but I thought we were the better team in the game and deserved to be in front. We just couldn’t get the second goal to kill them off.“To concede then from a set play when they were throwing everybody into the box was a big setback, but you have to be so proud of the players, the way they responded to that.“That was a sore one as we were really close to where we wanted to be. The reaction was to dig in during extra time, and we managed to do that. We got to penalties and we’ve managed to produce again from the penalty spot. It’s a magnificent night for everyone in Scotland.“We said we’d try to put smiles back on faces and I hope they managed to enjoy the match as we did here in Belgrade. They can smile tomorrow.”Tearful Christie: An amazing night Christie thought he had netted the winning goal during normal time but a Luka Jovic injury-time equaliser forced extra time. The Celtic man linked the play between the lines with great maturity and this was on show for what looked to be his match-winning moment from 22 yards – a goal that would have graced any major tournament.He was replaced in the closing stages of normal time, so had to watch on from the touchline as the drama unfolded.“It is just an amazing night,” a tearful Christie said.“From the start, we kind of believed. Obviously, the last few camps we have picked up so much belief in each other. Even the way the game went tonight, conceding that late equaliser and still digging in. Penalties and you’re away from home but big Marshy again comes up. He’s unbelievable.“When you are on the pitch, you always feel like you can influence it. When you are off, you can’t watch. Those penalties are the worst thing I have ever been through. It’s just everything. Oh, I’m gone.“It is just for the whole nation. It has been a horrible year for everyone. We knew coming into the game that we could give a little something to this country. I hope everyone back home is having a party tonight because we deserve it.“We have been through so many years. We know it, you know it, everybody knows it. It’s a monkey off the back now. We are just going to move on from here.”Robertson: Most emotional I’ve beenScotland captain and Liverpool full-back Andy Robertson admitted it was “the most emotional he had been after a game” and praised his team-mates’ mentality.“I don’t think I can [sum it up]. There was so much emotion going into the game, and then you get so close and they end up equalising. You have to pick yourself up for extra-time, which we did. When you get to penalties, you always back Marshy and it’s just whether the lads can hold their nerve, and they managed to do it.“We’ve come so far with this squad and I back every one of them as they’ve come through a lot of criticism and a lot of negativity at times.“We’ve stuck together and battled through it. I really hope everyone back home can see the positive side to this as we’re absolutely delighted. I really hope that during a really tough time, we’ve managed to put a smile on a lot of faces.“It’s the most emotional I’ve been after a game but we can look forward to next summer now.”Analysis: Mitrovic was going for glory Ryan Christie poured his heart out while the usually reserved Steve Clarke admitted he may “go for a cry later” as emotions were on show after Scotland’s triumph in Serbia to qualify for Euro 2020.Scotland put their fans through the wringer as they qualified for their first major tournament since 1998 after David Marshall saved Aleksandar Mitrovic’s penalty in a shootout to send them to Euro 2020.- Advertisement –
The 7th grade girls’ basketball team defeated Milan by the score 36-13.The Lady Dogs had 6 girls score in the victory. Carlie Werner led the team with 13 points. Liz Heidlage scored 9 points and had several assists from her point guard position. The team played up-tempo taking advantage on the break. Macy Prickel, Abigail Westerfeld, and Anna Bauer scored 4 points, while Ellie Cassidy chipped in with 2 points to round out the scoring.Their record improves to 2-1.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Shelly Prickel.The 8th grade BMS girls’ basketball team broke into the win column by defeating Milan by a score of 30 to 22.The Bulldogs overcame a halftime deficit of two points and played good defense in the second half.Hattie Westerfeld led the team in scoring with 15 points. Ellie Waechter added 6 points and had 4 assists. Gabby Gibbs contributed 4 points and 4 rebounds.Score by quarter:BMS 6 13 21 30Milan 8 15 17 22Season Record 1-2Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Thomas Barnett.
The Late Late Show has put a call out for older couples to get in touch ahead of their Valentine’s Special!Love will be in the air on the set of the Late Late Show on February 9th as Ryan Tubridy hosts over 200 singletons for the Valentine’s Special – but they are searching for a very special loved-up couple that can teach us all a thing or two about true love!Tubs promises “a lot of youngsters, a lot of hormones, a lot of silliness and goofiness” during next week’s show where he will play Cupid in the hopes of sparking chemistry between Irish singletons. Ryan Tubridy hopes to meet an older couple who “want to see each other for breakfast… and they want to have lunch together and they want to go home together, and watch TV together and switch off the light at night together all because they love each other!”“But we need love, and we need old love, old love that has lasted the dawn of time… we’d love to invite you in and tell us your story,” he says.Fancy taking part? Drop them a line at [email protected] to be in with the chance of taking part! Older lovebirds sought for Late Late Show Valentine’s Special was last modified: February 4th, 2018 by Elaine McCalligShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Late Late Showvalentine’s special