GRiZ Set To Bring His Funky, Horn-Heavy Beats To St. Augustine With Yung Bae & Dwilly

first_imgElectronic heavyweight GRiZ has started off his year on a high note. On Friday, the Denver, CO-based multi-instrumentalist producer released his latest studio album, Ride Waves. GRiZ’s fifth studio album includes 14 exploratory tracks and features a plethora of music’s finest, including Snoop Dogg, Matisyahu, Bootsy Collins, Wiz Khalifa and many more.GRiZ’s recent sonic journey touched down in New York’s urban core to record with the Harlem Gospel Choir, Chicago’s South Side to collaborate with a children’s choir, and spanned across many sessions in New Orleans. Ride Waves is the culmination of the last two years for GRiZ, as the saxophone extraordinaire reflects on different elements of cultural, social, political, and economic issues that have continuously become more present in recent times. The expansive cast GRiZ recruited for his Ride Waves release brought a diverse array of genres and musical styles into the equation, ultimately producing an authentic portrayal of the soundscapes of GRiZ’s world.GRiZ ft. Yoshi Flower – “Maybe”[Video: GRiZ]Ride Waves comes paired with a world tour, which will kick off at the beginning of May and will see GRiZ touch down everywhere from the East Coast, to Costa Rica, to the eclectic stages of British Columbia’s Shambhala, Europe, Delaware’s Firefly Music Festival, and Tennessee’s Bonnaroo where he has the honor of curating this year’s SuperJam.GRiZ will open up his tour in support of Ride Waves with a special performance at The Amp in St. Augustine, FL. The one-man wrecking machine has tapped an impressive support lineup for his St. Augustine bash including Portland-based producer Yung Bae and urban pop producer Dwilly. Fans should note that the performance marks GRiZ’s only current scheduled show in Florida.Tickets for GRiZ’s upcoming show at The Amp in St. Augustine, FL on May 3rd are still on sale here, so grab your tickets before it’s too late!For a full list of GRiZ’s upcoming tour dates, see below. For ticketing and more information, head to GRiZ’s website.GRiZ 2019 Tour Dates:April 5th-6th – Phoenix, AZ – Phoenix LightsApril 20th – Dallas, TX – Nice DreamsMay 3rd – St. Augustine, FL – St. Augustine Amphitheatre*May 4th  – Raleigh, NC – Red Hat Amphitheater*May 6th – Worcester, MA – The Palladium*May 8th – Albany, NY – Palace Theatre*May 9th – Buffalo, NY – Buffalo Riverworks*May 10th – Brooklyn, NY – Kings Theatre* (SOLD OUT)May 11th – Philadelphia, PA – The Met*May 14th – Louisville, KY – Iroquois Amphitheater*May 15th – Columbus, OH – Express Live!*May 16th – St. Louis, MO – The Pageant*May 17th – Minneapolis, MN – The Armory*May 17th-19th – Gulf Shores, AL – Hangout FestMay 18th – Kansas City, MO – CrossroadsKC*May 27th – Detroit, MI – MovementJune 9th – Chicago, IL – Spring AwakeningJune 14th – Manchester, TN – BonnarooJune 21st – Heber City, UT – Bonanza CampoutJune 23rd – Dover, DE – Firefly Music FestivalJuly 5th – Liempde, NL – We Are ElectricJuly 10th-14th – Dour, BE – Dour FestivalJuly 12th – Bristol, UK – Nass FestivalAugust 2nd-4th – Montreal, QC – Osheaga FestivalAugust 9th-11th – Salmo, BC – Shambhala Music Festival* = support from Yung Bae & DwillyView Tour DatesEnter To Win A Pair Of Tickets:<span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span>last_img read more

Brisbane’s property market hitting its straps

first_img6/455 Adelaide St, Brisbane sold under the hammer for $3.277 millionBRISBANE’S property market is hitting its straps with homes selling faster, good prices being achieved and the high end continuing to fire.New figures reveal statewide the auction market alone chalked up more than $91 million worth of sales in the past week.According to Real Estate Institute of Queensland figures, $91,000,800 worth of property sold at auction, with the median auction price more than $880,000.A Ray White auction event on Tuesday night, saw 15 properties go under the hammer for about $25 million. A further two sold shortly after. INVESTORS EYE OFF SOUTHEAST QLD PROPERTY Ray White Queensland CEO Tony Warland, said while he didn’t like to predict what would happen in the future at the moment all the indicators were good.“Property is moving really quickly, the high end is going really well and the days on market is reducing,’’ he said.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home4 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor4 hours agoCEO of Ray White Queensland Tony Warland said the Brisbane market was performing well at the moment.“We are seeing good prices and we are experiencing people bidding over reserve which is another good indicator.“The Brisbane market has been above steady and of course it has not been so erratic like some of the other markets in the last 12 months.’’Mr Warland said the one issue in the market at the moment was a lack of stock which made competition for property stronger. Suzie O’Neill’s Yeronga renovator sold for $3 million. Picture: Mark Calleja“The market has gone from 108,000 sales (in the year to April 2016) to 101,000 (in the year to April 2017),’’ he said.“So we have had less sales but more money in the market.’’At the Ray White, auction on Tuesday night properties sold for solid prices including an inner city Adelaide St penthouse which went for $3.277 million and swimmer Susie O’Neill’s Yeronga renovator for $3 million.Ascot based agent, Mikki Finlay is so confident the high end market was going to continue to fire that she has returned to her boutique agency Premium Residential.last_img read more

NWS Wilmington office offering several Storm Spotter classes

first_imgClasses are free and open to the public, but some may require advanced registration. You do not need to be a resident of the county in which a talk is being held in order to attend. Each class lasts about 1.5 to 2 hours and is led by a National Weather Service meteorologist who will discuss techniques and safety for severe weather spotting. Once you attend a class, you are an officially trained spotter and can report severe weather to your NWS office. Click here for a link to all classes offered for Spotter Training.last_img