Mac Miller Mixtape To Arrive On Streaming Services

The second Instagram account dedicated to Mac Miller has announced Faces will be out on streaming services next month. The rapper brought out the mixtape back in 2014 after releasing his 2013 LP, Watching Movies With The Sound Off. A video has already been released for his song, Colors and...
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Mac Miller’s Faces Will Be Released on Streaming Platforms October 15

On Mother’s Day 2014, Mac Miller released a free mixtape, Faces, that now-Vulture critic Craig Jenkins called “the best work of his career.” Seven years later, the 25-track mixtape is being released on streaming platforms and on vinyl for the first time ever. The cult favorite, his 11th tape, arrived between albums Watching Movies With the Sound Off and GO:OD AM. A brand-new music video for the track “Colors and Shapes” is out now, directed by Sam Mason. The video brings to life “bits and pieces” from Miller’s childhood, per Mason, “scenes from the town where he grew up, objects, toys from his room—little pieces of his life that I extrapolated outwards and used to inspire the story.”
Dallas News

Posty Fest reveals lineup for 2021, with Megan Thee Stallion out front

Grammy-winning Houston rapper Megan Thee Stallion leads the pack of more than a dozen artists who’ll support hip-hop star Post Malone at his two “Posty Fest” concerts Oct. 30-31 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington. The other newly-announced opening acts are Lil Uzi Vert, Roddy Ricch, Jack Harlow, $uicideboy$, Polo G,...

Yet another Samsung Galaxy S22 leak spells good news for selfie fans

The Samsung Galaxy S22 series of smartphones aren't likely to have an under-camera display, according to yet another leak. This latest nugget of information comes from Ice Universe, a smartphone leaker with a decent track record, adding even more evidence to existing claims that Samsung’s under-camera tech will be absent from two of Samsung’s S22 devices.

Notes from Flyover Country: Caki Wilkinson’s “The Survival Expo”

Memphis-based poet Caki Wilkinson recently released her third poetry collection, The Survival Expo (Persea Books). The slim volume, between its robin’s egg blue and orange cover, contains pure magic. How else to describe an object that can instantly transport a reader somewhere else — the back row of seats in a high school classroom, the line at the gates of Graceland, or the curb outside the Royal Valet? The Survival Expo is a passport to another place, yes, but even more so, to another state of mind. The tension of a particularly fraught family gathering, a supermarket in Tennessee, Turtletown, a scuffed counter with its sign: WE WASH AND PRESS AMERICAN FLAGS FOR FREE!

Playbook Insights | Five pillars of Two Circles’ ten years of growth

Our last Playbook Podcast was a rather different one. It’s now ten years since I co-founded sports agency Two Circles with my wife Claire and good friend Gareth Balch. In recognition of that fact, Balch joined me in chatting to SportsPro editor-at-large Eoin Connolly to reflect on the journey so far. In true Playbook style, we focused on lessons learned along the way which might prove useful for others.

The Walking Dead: World Beyond Season 2 Images: The Faces of War

By the time we were done picking over every second of the extended trailer for the second & final season of AMC's The Walking Dead: World Beyond for the fourth time, one thing was pretty clear. While this may be the last season for Hope (Alexa Mansour), Elton (Nicolas Cantu), Silas (Hal Cumpston), Iris (Aliyah Royale), Felix (Nico Tortorella), Huck (Annet Mahendru), and Elizabeth (Julia Ormond), there are things in motion that look like they will have lasting ramifications all across the TWDU landscape. And that's even before we got to the part where Pollyanna McIntosh's Anne aka Jadis made her presence known. In that teaser, we also heard Iris declaring war on CRM; now in these new preview images, we get to see some of the faces of war, on both sides of the wall.
Nashville Post

Vanderbilt contributes to smart interstate infrastructure venture

A new traffic management system for Interstates 24 and 40 paints a futuristic picture of Nashville embracing its emergence as a tech hub with interstate traffic that runs on data at least as much as it runs on gas. The new system is the intersection of at least four supplementary...

Brandon Goldberg – ‘In Good Time’

(SR – BSG10002. Album review by Leonard Weinreich) Brandon Goldberg is fifteen years old. That’s right, fifteen. Afficionados don’t often witness the earliest performances of jazz prodigies, nearly always drummers and pianists. Buddy Rich, also known as ‘Kid Traps’ on the vaudeville circuit, was drumming at two years old. Vic Feldman was amazing the public with his drumming aged seven, moving to piano when he was nine. Herbie Hancock performed a Mozart concerto with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra when he was eleven. Thirteen-year-old Benny Goodman dazzled dancers at gigs. Billy Strayhorn wrote the most elevated art song in jazz, ‘Lush Life’, while still in his teens. Fortunately, some budding talents like Oscar Peterson and the elusive Peter Delano were recorded when very young. And now, Brandon Goldberg, aged fifteen.

Tennessee DoT sets out I-24 traffic position

Vanderbilt University and the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDoT) are using more than 300 cameras to anonymously capture vehicle behaviour along a six-mile stretch of the I-24. The I-24 runs diagonally from 1-57, 10 miles south of Marion, Illinois, to Chattanooga, Tennessee, at I-75. Installation of the cameras is expected...

5G prices in Singapore face pressure, as virtual operators ready trials

When they started deploying their 5G networks last year, the Big Three telcos in Singapore must have thought that the new mobile network could let them “reset” prices that have plummeted to the basement after years of fierce competition. Today, 4G plans start from as low as S$10 a month...
Fast Company

Why my cofounder and I went to therapy together

The relationship between cofounders is a unique one. You spend so much time with a person, caring about your growing company as your shared “child.” The relationship between cofounders is often as intense, emotionally draining, and demanding as the relationship between spouses caring for children. My personal journey with my cofounder, Dan, is no different. It’s amazing but it can also be challenging. And I love every minute of it.

Maximising the Value Working Group propose trial rule changes

The question of length of game in ends was raised by the Members at the 2019 Annual General Assembly. In response the Board set up the Maximising the Value (MTV) Working Group to consider not only the issue of the appropriate number of ends in a game, but also all of the other issues that have an impact on the presentation of curling at an elite level. This included issues such as pace of play, predictability and length of games.

Online Shamanic Journey Celtic Circles Offered On Wednesday Evenings

She will be offering a series of Online Shamanic Journey Celtic Circles to welcome in the coming season. In Celtic tradition, Samhain (pronounced “Sowen”) is a time when the veils between the worlds are thin, when wayward spirits of the dead seek resolution, and when the forces of chaos challenge our determination to survive and flourish. The season of Samhain calls on the seeker to make a stand for life to take them through the hardships of Winter, and to engage in ceremony dedicated to assisting our dead in finding their way.

Exit Circles, Enter Islands! A.B. Shetty ‘Circle’ Razed for ‘Island’ to Allow Circular One-Way Traffic

Exit Circles, Enter Islands! A.B. Shetty ‘Circle’ Razed for ‘Island’ to Allow Circular One-Way Traffic. Mangaluru: Once trying to be SMART- the officials of Mangaluru City Corporation (MCC) and Mangaluru Smart City Limited (MSCL) went on constructing Mega Circles in the City, and now they are razing them down to make way for Islands to facilitate smooth flow of traffic or for Circular One-Way traffic. After all a total waste of taxpayers money-oh well-does anyone care about it, after all the money doesn’t belong to them. And with all major roads in the City being developed through the Smart City project and by the MCC, Circles will be a thing of the past in many areas.

The Walking Dead: World Beyond Season 2 Teaser: For Iris, This Is War

In less than a month, The Walking Dead: World Beyond may be kicking off its second & final season, but based on what we've seen from the trailer (as well as the news of Pollyanna McIntosh's Anne aka Jadis joining the series as a CRM diehard)? It's going to have some serious ramifications across the entire TWDU. It's been made clear that Hope (Alexa Mansour), Elton (Nicolas Cantu), Silas (Hal Cumpston), Iris (Aliyah Royale), and Felix's (Nico Tortorella) journey won't end without them facing off with Huck (Annet Mahendru), Elizabeth, and the forces of CRM. But as you're about to see in the teaser that was released earlier today, Elizabeth's group might be seriously underestimating the resistance. Because as far as Iris is concerned? This is war.

Volunteer opportunities at local organizations

Weber Human Services is looking for people who can help Northern Utah nonprofits. For more information on volunteer opportunities or to post an opportunity for your organization, call 801-625-3777 or 801-778-6897. If you are interested in volunteering and do not see what interests you please call us as we have...

Selador Sessions 122 | Dave Seaman’s Radio Therapy

Selador Sessions 122 | Dave Seaman's Radio Therapy. Show: Selador Sessions 122 | Dave Seaman’s Radio Therapy. A weekly Selador broadcast (incorporating Dave Seaman’s Radio Therapy Show) featuring guest mixes by Selador artists presented by label owners, Dave Seaman and Steve Parry. Dave Seaman live sets & radioshows HERE |...