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Scotty-D Owner

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  1. 16 September at 10:30 Onward Enterprises CIC 1 Telford Way, Thetford Norfolk IP24 1HU
  2. Nice one ull be on the discovery channel next lol
  3. Nice one mikey
  4. Lol noce one hope you find something
  5. Hailing from the smokestacks of Hamilton, Ontario, self-proclaimed ‘angsty indie punk n’ roll’ act Wild Night is fast becoming one of Canada’s most energetic and memorable rock groups. With a sound comparable to Against Me!, Gaslight Anthem, Cloud Nothings, and Beach Slang, Wild Night marries a gritty, authentic rock sound with anthemic vocals and deeply personal lyrics. With their debut single ‘Indian Summer’, Wild Night found themselves charting on CBC’s revered R3-30 list. In addition, they’ve been lucky enough to share the stage with Courage My Love, James Blonde, and others in venues across the province. Wild Night follows up that release with 2017’s ‘Welcome Home’ EP. The 7 original tracks of ‘Welcome Home’ were produced, recorded, and engineered by the band themselves – marrying a DIY outlook with arena-sized melodies. This self-recorded EP is the natural culmination of the band’s journey from a dorm-room project to a full-fledged rock group. Wild Night is Rusty Carriere (Vocals, Bass, Guitar), Eric Davis (Drums), Oliver O’Brien (Guitar) and Justin White (Vocals, Guitar). facebook.com/wildnightonline wildnightmusic.bandcamp.com
  6. It sure looks like it buddy
  7. I bet this is fun to ride lol. Amazing
  8. This is one crazy ass small survival bike lol
  9. There are many causes for chronic pain, including AIDS, arthritis, cancer, sickle cell anemia, multiple sclerosis, and back, neck and spinal cord injuries, as well as degenerative hip and joint disorders and even severe burns. In almost every case, pain is not the primary condition, but a symptom that varies in duration, frequency and severity, and is different for every patient. While the underlying condition will determine how the pain is treated, it doesn't always dictate the proper pain management. Instead, this is determined by the kind and severity of pain. The goal in all cases, however, is for the patient experiencing pain to function as normally as possible, by reducing their pain as much as possible while also minimizing the side effects so often associated with pain therapies. Failure to adequately manage chronic pain doesn't merely result in an annoyed patient, but can lead to depression, despair, and even a death-wish, when patients refuse potentially life-saving procedures such as surgery or chemotherapy, which cause suffering in and of themselves. While cannabis is not a cure-all, it can serve at least two important functions in the safe and effective management of pain: It can provide actual pain relief, either when used alone, or when used in conjunction with other analgesics; It can control the nausea and vomiting that are common side effects of using opioid drugs, as well as the nausea, vomiting, and dizziness that often come hand-in-hand with ongoing severe pain. While opiates are an effective treatment for severe pain, they also tend to induce intense nausea that can cause not just discomfort, but may also lead to malnourishment, anorexia, cachexia (the wasting disease) and an overall decline in patient's health. Some patients find this nausea so bad that they're willing to stop their pain treatment just to end it. Conversely, an almost immediate relief from pain is provided by inhaled cannabis, and there are fewer adverse effects with this than there are with a common cannabinoid drug Marinol, which contains THC. There are two reasons for this: Inhaling cannabis allows the active components of it to be absorbed into the blood stream faster and with greater effectiveness. There are more cannabinoids present in inhaled cannabis than there are in Marinol, which contains only THC. These additional components may have additional anti-emetic (anti-nausea) properties, and have also been shown to provide better pain control than straight THC Research has also shown that spraying a cannabis extract under the tongue can provide an almost immediate relief from pain, as well. http://www.cannabissearch.com/medical-benefits/chronic-pain
  10. Lead singer from linkin park dies ..sad loss guys... https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/music/2017/jul/20/chester-bennington-lead-singer-of-linkin-park-dies-at-age-41
  11. I owned an old delta turbo back in the day for a while was ok car. My fav has to be the Bently GT I would so love one of these ...
  12. Nice one mate more woodworking to come then lol
  13. So car goes for mot it passes ok with advisory on suspension arm ball joint. easy fix they say? So i go buy a new one which bolts on. Trouble is the old one is riveted on by 3 huge industrial sized rivets. Apparently just grind em off and tap em out. LMFAO 5 hours later after grinding, drilling and tapping and the help from our neighbour we finally did it. so advice if you own an older ford focus dont do it just buy a new arm lol.
  14. Michael Menegon is a roots-based Toronto singer and songwriter, who committed to writing in 2009 after years of playing as a musician, performing with contemporary dancers and working with multi-disciplinary artists. His instinct for writing songs that connect with popular issues has garnered him accolades with his Toronto audience. He writes about what he knows and about where he lives, and now, on July 7, 2017, he is releasing his debut full-length independent album – ‘I Just Live Here’. Menegon’s songs often come from an onslaught of emotional connections to his environment; whether it be from the heart, observations of the mind or connections with the people he knows. Although his early inspirations in music come from the rock and jazz genres, he writes an eclectic mix of songs influenced now by world beat, folk, Caribbean rhythms and modern contemporary. He explains, “The rhythm and the melody come together – out of necessity for the song’s meaning and feel.” It is that mix that draws people in. ‘I Just Live Here’ is a collection of work that was created between 2010 and 2016. As diverse as the country they were born in (Canada), the songs cross numerous rhythmic themes and a wide range of topics from love to culture to questions of reality. “Just a representation of the times,” Menegon says. Born and raised in Montreal also had its influences on Menegon. He first picked up the guitar when he was eight years-old, as he followed his brother John into the music world, and played in bands as a teenager. He attempted to learn to play piano, but could not sit still long enough. He grew up with the sounds of jazz, classical, opera and rock n’ roll playing in the house and a mother who cleared the living room so they could dance the jitterbug. Creating music has not been his only passion in life. Menegon moved to Toronto in 1980 and drifted towards acting. He spent two years as a master student at the Banff Centre for the Arts theatre program (1982-83) and later trained as a dancer and worked as a professional choreographer for over 20 years (1983 to 2003). Perhaps ironically, it wasn’t until Menegon started training and working as a professional contemporary dancer that he fully connected with his musical roots. He was fortunate to meet and apprentice with Cuban born percussionist Ricardo Abruet, who became Menegon’s mentor while he trained at the School of the Toronto Dance Theatre (1983-1986). The connection with Abruet enabled him to make a living as an accompanist for dance classes while pursuing a career in dance. “That changed my life forever and music was always why I danced or choreographed,” he explains. From 1997 to 2004, Menegon and Toronto musician Alexander Sascha Tukatsch were breaking boundaries in dance presentation with The Beat Suit Projects – music technology based collaboration, which gave the dancer access to any pre-recorded sound while dancing, thus allowing them to control and connect to the music at will. In addition to use in dance, The Beat Suit was a featured instrument with Toronto band The Fuzz. In addition to self-producing over 25 shows as a choreographer, from 1987 to 2006 Menegon was also co-founder and artistic director for the ‘fringe Festival of Independent Dance Artists’ (fFIDA) in Toronto – the largest dance festival in North America. He then broadened his creative contacts, by directing and programming the multi-disciplinary Junction Arts Festival in Toronto in 2007, 2008 and 2009 – it was during this time when Menegon was immersed into the music/concert industry. At present, Menegon also works with his partner Deborah Torr in their organic chocolate shop in West Toronto’s Baby Point area (COCO Crafted Organic Chocolates), and plays percussion for dance classes and gigs in and around Toronto. Menegon also plays with group ‘Kayt and the Hard Folk’ (guitar, vocals and occasionally percussion/drums) and has newly formed a multi-discipline band called ‘Sound of Movement’ – which, since 2015, combines improvised music with dance and video manipulation. Ultimately, after Menegon’s dance career ended, he returned to his first love – music. It is the 30 years or so of playing as accompaniment to dance that has formed his overall approach to music though – one that is very “in the moment”, in much the same way as a dancer’s performance is. And, much the same way as ‘I Just Live Here’ is. MUSIC LINKS: On June 15, Menegon launched the first single and video (track 10) titled “You’re My Religion”. The video was directed and edited by John Preketes, JPC Post Studios in Toronto. VIDEO: https://youtu.be/8rVW5B01SCw. AUDIO: https://soundcloud.com/michaelmenegon/10-youre-my-religion. ‘I Just Live Here’ is an eclectic mix influenced by world beat, folk, Caribbean rhythms and modern contemporary (classical/electronic). The album was produced by John Preketes of JPC Post Studios, in The Junction, Toronto. “Tell Me” (track five) was produced by John Menegon at Upland Recording Studio, Kingston, NY, USA. Musicians on CD: Michael Menegon (acoustic/electric guitar, bass, keyboards, percussion, drums, vocals), Nick Yaksich (electric guitar), John Menegon (upright/electric bass, keyboard), John Preketes (programmed drums and synth keys), Aquiles Navarro (trumpet, synth bass), James David Smith (piano), Rob Greenway (drums). CONTACT: https://www.michaelmenegon.com https://www.Facebook.com/MenegonMusic https://Twitter.com/MenegonmiMusic https://SoundCloud.com/michaelmenegon https://www.YouTube.com/channel/UCe09FRsIanQaHrSxFmLrPpA FACEBOOK EVENT (CD release): https://www.facebook.com/events/141819523034900.
  15. THE TORY "F.I.A". is the latest explosive single from The Wild Things (Radio 1, BBC Introducing / Featured Artist, Amazing Radio). Driven by a desire to capture their high-energy live performance to tape, the band have come roaring back from their last single ‘Tell Me Why’ with an anthem for the ages. This is a story of staring into the darkness, feeling that pull from the edge of the cliff and coming back ready to fight. F.I.A. is about taking what scares you and using it to become stronger. You only get one shot at this, make it count. THE FACTS When Sydney Rae White, Cameron White and Rob kendrick decided to form The Wild Things they had one goal - to enslave the human race and end life as we know it. When they realised how much effort that would be, they decided to use their shared love of hard rock and sweet harmonies to make a band instead. “You don’t realise when you make a decision like enslaving the human race just how much admin is involved” says lead singer Sydney White, an actress who has appeared on BBC’s Uncle, Misfits & 2016’s remake of ’Til Death Us Do Part. “I agree,” chimes in her brother Cameron White, “so for my part I decided to write songs.” And write he did. In fact, there isn’t a facet of the work the band don’t actively control - writing, production, videos, artwork, band aesthetics... Musically, the band found their love of Phil Spector & the 60s live recording sound hit something special when they pushed their work such as ‘I Think You Can Do Better' & 'Tell Me Why' into rock territory. “All hail The Wild Things, future rulers of Earth” chimed in lyricist and guitarist Rob Kendrick, also an actor to be seen in Sky1’s After Hours and BBC’s The Syndicate, and it’s hard to disagree with him. When asked to describe the band’s style, he calls it ‘A Lacto-ovarian chanting discourse that takes the veins of electo-reggae-opera and karate chops it into the heart of blues-rock-disco- baroque-more-blues.” When Sydney Rae White, Cameron White and Rob kendrick decided to form The Wild Things they had one goal - to enslave the human race and end life as we know it. When they realised how much effort that would be, they decided to use their shared love of hard rock and sweet harmonies to make a band instead. Listen Here: https://soundcloud.com/thewildthings/the-wild-things-fia-clean-alt-lyric Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheWildThings/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheWildThingsUK Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/TheWildThingsUK Website: https://www.thewildthings.biz/
  16. Rhys Davis is a young singer songwriter from Blackwood in South Wales. Taking inspiration from a variety of artists and bands such as The Police, Jeff Buckley, Ben Howard, John Mayer, and more recent acts such as Catfish & The Bottlemen and The 1975, he has created a distinctive sound using strong hooks, spacious guitar tones and vocal harmonies. Rhys is a past student of The Academy of Contemporary Music in Guildford from where he graduated in 2016 with a BMus Honours Degree in Guitar and Voice. His latest single ‘The Light’, together with accompanying video, are being dually released on 28th July, 2017. ‘The Light’ is from his forthcoming 4-track EP ‘Chasing Light’. SOCIAL MEDIA http://twitter.com/rhysdavismusic https://www.facebook.com/rhysdavismusic/ WEBSITE www.rhysdavismusic.com
  17. Interesting shame i have nothing for ransome lol.
  18. Nice review blog buddy
  19. Willamena is a rarity — a nationally-charting genuine indie band. “Strong Enough to Last” (mixed by Grammy-winner Cameron Webb) is the band’s sixth studio effort, and advance single “When You Close Your Eyes (Radio Mix)” was on the radio even before the EP went to replication. So all the arrows continue to point “up” for the award-winning #1 Kalamazoo rock act (dubbed “the hardest-working band in Michigan” – music.AllAccess.com 10/20/15) whose music has aired from Japan to Montana to Greece. Fifth release “The Light Ahead” hit the streets and the airwaves in January, 2015. Before the release date of “The Light Ahead” lead-off single “The Other Side of Loneliness” debuted at #5 on the Billboard AAA indicator most-added chart (1/17/15), started at #3 in AAA downloads and streams on radio-servicer PlayMPE.com (1/2/15), and jumped straight onto the FMQB AAA top-200 singles chart at #110 (1/20/15) – all without professional promotion or a publicist. “The Other Side…” peaked at #87 on the FMQB singles chart, stopped only by a lack of “promo” spending. The EP itself climbed directly to #1 on Amazon.com’s “Hot New Releases” Adult Alternative list (1/17/15) and cracked the top-100 on the FMQB AAA non-comm album chart. Follow-up single “If This Is Love” charted nationally as well, and third single “Way Back When” spun on over 200 radio stations world-wide. As RadioInfo.com observed, “… it’s definitely a marketable sound that makes for some hit triple-A playlists… and hot AC/AC stations that wait patiently for their turn …. We are keeping our ears on them. So should you.” (RadioInfo.com Rock “pick of the week” 1/14/15). But “The Light Ahead” was no flash in the pan. Willamena has been impressing programmers, critics and fans for years. The band’s 2013 CD “Lost in the Shadows” and its tracks charted nationally in six radio formats: Top 40, Hot AC, Triple A, Active Rock, Americana, and College. At least 180 terrestrial stations in six countries aired something from “Lost…” not counting syndicated-show affiliates that pushed the total well over 300. Several critics predicted the success of “Lost in the Shadows” from the get-go: “…undeniably infectious rock…” “… [T]he standout tracks… could do some serious damage on U.S. radio in 2013. And that means there are songs on this album you’ll likely be humming in your sleep.” John Sinkevics, Revue Magazine and http://www.LocalSpins.com “… [Lost… has] a very polished sound that suits their seemingly effortless radio-ready rock anthems perfectly… [It] should help… give them the national attention they… rightfully deserve.” – Justin Kreitzer “Lost in the Shadows” followed 2004’s “Far From the Current.” “… Current” aired on then-emerging AAA stations from Seattle to Staten Island to satellite (XM Unsigned’s “most notable” and “most played” lists) on a near-zero budget and made its own mark in the music world: “Willamena… turn the Northern superiority complex against itself with devastating results in ‘Rock-n-Roll.” Dave Queen, Village Voice 9/26/05 re: “… Current” “I keep thinking, how could a band with this talent and sound not be on a big label… will these guys ever run out of hooks?” Bill Ribas, NYRock.com 3/5/2005 re: “… Current” “…[P]op rock, in the vein of Matchbox 20, Counting Crows, modern U2, etc… a familiar rock sound culled from decades past, [but] the sheer craftsmanship… in the music keeps [it] from coming across as a stale rehash… Comparisons aside, Lucas Ross is a great rock vocalist…” Alan Moore, LoveLaborMusic.com 6/14/2005 re: “… Current” But by the time “… Current” was released, what became the music industry’s (and Michigan’s) unprecedented decline was already underway. For one snapshot of the milieu, a story in the Grand Rapids Press about “… Current” was titled “Willamena revives music scene in Grand Rapids.” (Tricia Woolfenden, Grand Rapids Press 2/5/04). Part of another writer’s review offers a clue, too: “Perhaps the real risk for Willamena is writing a great album that no one will hear.” Nick Stephenson, Recoil, 2/04. Simply put, after “… Current” came out, tough times got tougher. Willamena’s home base between the coasts and lack of industry connections (or cash) had always hampered the band; what turned out to be “the big crash” didn’t help. Neither did Napster, or NAFTA, or club closings, or slashed label rosters, or the cratered economy which scattered so many Michiganders, and the band, around the country seeking work. In mid-2009 the band went on a reluctant hiatus. So despite winning the 142-band WBFX/Aris Hampers Rock Search in 2001… and despite making head-turning original rock like the 2002 CD “Ghost of July” which produced rave reviews like these: “Willamena are the Derek Jeters of local music… Along with their kick-butt live shows… “Ghost of July” is putting these cats on the bus that says “Major League…” Buddah Worthmore, Music Revue, 5/2002 “’Ghost of July’ could be the most solid release from a local band this year – a sonically-superior recording showcasing emotional performances and… gifted songwriting… highly recommended…” Recoil Magazine, 6/2002 … and despite headlining at premier clubs from Milwaukee to Manhattan and outdoor festivals, and opening for national acts like Fishbone, The Why Store, and SR-71… and despite earning “… the reputation of being the hardest-working act in Michigan…” (The Buzz, TheIndustryResource.com 12/22/04)… and despite maintaining the title of “… the hardest-working band in Michigan…” (Carly Plank, Revue Magazine 6/20/13) years later… Willamena remained unsigned and, largely, undiscovered. Undiscovered, that is, until the rise of internet radio, and LPFM, and the Triple A radio format, and accessible technology that brought Willamena’s music out of obscurity. Beginning in 2011, world-class recording pros including Gravity Studios’ Doug McBride (Fall Out Boy, Rachael Yamagata, Veruca Salt), Grammy winner John Seymour (U2, Santana, Dave Matthews Band) and Grammy winner Cameron Webb (Kelly Clarkson, Social Distortion, Motorhead) began to take an interest in the band, contributing their talents on various tracks (and on decidedly non-major-label budgets). Throughout 2012, ‘13, and ‘14 radio stations all over the U.S. and internationally-syndicated programs latched on to Willamena’s hook-filled songs, and the stage was set for 2015’s “The Light Ahead.” Music fans around the world have been figuring out what the major labels have missed so far: Willamena has the goods. “Strong Enough to Last” is another collection of original, radio-ready Midwestern rock n’ roll, and it’s set to line the band up toe-to-toe with major-label acts on radio playlists around the globe. “‘… Clearly, Lucas Ross is a great rock vocalist, and carries dynamics the way that Fred Neil did, and Rob Thomas and Bono still do…” KZHP Sacramento “There is plenty to like here and these guys should really make a splash on the music scene… Expect great things from Willamena. They’ve got the chops to achieve them… 4.5 stars (out of 5).” – G.W. Hill re: “Lost in the Shadows” “… Their music is ready made to fill arenas…” John Verburg, WestMichiganIndie.com www.willamena.net https://www.facebook.com/Willamenaband/ Twitter: @Willamenaband https://www.youtube.com/user/Willamenaband
  20. Fronted by the energetic dynamism of vocalist Kyle Collins, Kill No Albatross delivers a brand of rock music that blends reflective lyricism, technical instrumentation, and unaffected songwriting. The band was born on October 6, 2016, when Kyle e-mailed an audition tape to an as-of-then nameless instrumental four-piece. After welcoming Kyle to the fold, the quintuplet wrote three songs, which proved strong enough to entice producer Wayne Cochrane (Protest the Hero, Alexisonfire, Cancer Bats) on board. Working with Wayne, the songs were refined and rehearsed (over, and over, and over) and, two months later, they were recorded at Mississauga's Metalworks Studios. The band will celebrate the release of their debut EP - Lost in Darkness and Distance - with a Canadian tour, including a headlining slot at Toronto's Lee's Palace and features on CHCH television, Y108 radio, and 91.7 Erin FM. http://killnoalbatross.bandcamp.com http://facebook.com/killnoalbatross http://twitter.com/killnoalbatross http://killnoalbatross.bandzoogle.com
  21. You have to ask why
  22. Awesome or what

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