Marvel Years Shows Off His Electro-Soul On Forthcoming EP, ‘Bounce Back’ [Listen]

first_imgBurlington, VT electro-soul producer Marvel Years is dropping a hot new EP, Bounce Back, in a very non-traditional way. The 22-year old upstart is releasing one track a week until the entire EP is revealed, and keeping the suspense high and the anticipation intense with this approach. After joining the likes of Pretty Lights and GRiZ onstage in his early efforts, it was time for Marvel Years to break out on his own with an original voice. With Bounce Back he is moving in that direction, with a nod toward his influences as well.Beginning with wah-wah guitars and pounding drums in the Colorado style, Cory Wythe announces a funky breaks groove with “Go for Launch” that is sure to ignite dance floors. The build up is intense, its powerful and it serves to let the listener know that Marvel Years has arrived with maybe not a totally new, but definitely an improved style. The energy that this song will bring to a raging audience is undeniable.Wythe brings a glitch sound, that infuses his guitar prowess with elements of hip-hop, R&B, soul and electronic grooves. The mutiple identities and styles are evident on the second track he has released “Flowing for Eons”, where one can just imagine an emcee jumping on this beat with a proper flow. The electronic flourishes are there, this music definitely comes from the Pretty Lights family tree.Tune in to the two tracks below:With two songs now released to the public, the Bounce Back unveiling is fully underway. Rest assured, Marvel Years will be debuting more of his new mix during his slot at Fool’s Paradise this weekend. We can only imagine it will be more of the new school electro-soul that has put him on the map thus far. He may even have a few surprises in store for the fans as each week, a new song emerges.last_img read more

Government to work with village councils ahead of the projected 2011 active hurricane season

first_img 16 Views   no discussions LocalNews Government to work with village councils ahead of the projected 2011 active hurricane season by: – May 13, 2011 Tweet Share Sharing is caring!center_img Share Share The Roosevelt Skerrit government will be engaging village council’s members around the island in an effort to prepare for the upcoming hurricane season which begins in June and stretches until November.Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit told a town hall meeting here recently, that government needs the assistance of the village councils in securing the vulnerable in the event of any major disaster.The forecast is that we may have a very active hurricane season and we have to start to prepare for it now. Each one of us must play our part to prepare for it. Over the next few weeks we will be engaging the village councils and groups in various parts of Dominica to get them to appreciate the need to start preparing for the hurricane season,” he said.Skerrit said citizens must ensure that the drains, ravines and culverts are not blocked so water could move freely.“We have to ensure that the overhanging tress which may pose ganger to homes and property are trimmed. If a tree is posing danger and threat to lives and property, we have to assist,” he said.Forecasters predict a busy season this year.Dominica Vibes Newslast_img read more

Patience pays off for defending champ at US 36

first_imgThe defending track champion waited through the early laps before picking up the pace and work­ing his way through the field. Midway through the race he got to the back bumper of race leader Coleman Browning. He made the move for the lead and picked up win number three this year. Browning finished se­cond, while Chris Wright finished third. Matt Lent looked strong early but faded to fourth and Randy Smith Jr. rounded out the top five.  Mike Nichols also showed patience as he worked his way through the IMCA Sunoco Stock Car field, then on the backside of halfway he moved around Mich Ross to take the lead.  Steven Clancy was the Friday night Karl Kustoms Northern SportMod feature winner at US 36 Raceway. (Photo by Judy Staley) While Nichols checked out to take the win, Ross and Connor Masoner battled for second. Ross hung on for second with Masoner third. Alive Christofferson fought hard for a fourth place run in his first appearance of the season. Chad Clancy, also making his first appearance in a Stock Car this season, finished fifth. By Jacob Blair OSBORN, Mo. (May 17) – Steven Clancy showed why he holds the top spot in Karl Kustoms North­ern SportMod point standings at US 36 Raceway Friday night.last_img read more