Just a couple months ago, The String Cheese Incident announced a brand new studio project called the SCI Sound Lab. As guitarist Michael Kang explained to us in an interview, the Sound Lab was the band’s first-ever studio owned and operated entirely by themselves; a creative space for SCI and its band members to not only create and produce new music, but to release said music to the fans with immediacy.Among the band’s members, none has taken more of a shining to the Sound Lab than Kyle Hollingsworth. The keyboardist has worked on a number of singles with SCI, and released a series of his own solo band music through the new creative space. Hollingsworth has had a prolific summer, sharing fun songs like the Grateful Dead inspired “Tumbling” and the funky “Let Me In.”Today, we’re delighted to share the third and final in Kyle’s Summer Sounds From The Lab playlist series. Titled “So Fine,” the keyboardist tells us about the inspiration behind the track: “This is a song that KHB worked up in the new SCI Sound Lab. I grabbed Keith Moseley to help finish up the lyrics. It’s a bit of a happy-end-of-summer tune. Yes…Sorry…Sometimes I write happy songs.”Listen to the premiere of “So Fine,” streaming below exclusively via L4LM.The String Cheese Incident finished their summer tour last night at Brooklyn’s Kings Theatre, and will spend the next few months working in the studio before their Hulaween festival in Live Oak, FL from October 27-30. The band’s only other scheduled tour dates for 2016 are a New Years run at the 1stBANK Center in Broomfield, CO, as the group aims to work on creating new music throughout the rest of the year. Of course, Kyle Hollingsworth has a few dates of his own on the books, including his annual Hoppy Holidays benefit on December 3rd! Information about that Conscious Alliance event can be found here.As a bonus, here’s Kyle telling fans about his new single!
continue reading » Payment card data breaches, in which credit and/or debit card information is stolen from a third-party, have been occurring at an alarming frequency the last several years. According to the non-profit Identity Theft Resource Center, the number of data breaches in the United States alone increased from approximately 200 in 2005 to more than 1,300 in 2017.Each of these incidents can affect tens (if not hundreds) of millions of consumers. For example, Target reported that a 2013 breach of its systems compromised more than 40 million payment cards. A data breach reported by Home Depot the next year affected approximately 56 million cards. More recently, Equifax acknowledged in 2017 that a data breach exposed highly sensitive personally identifiable information for over 145.5 million people.But while consumers are often the focus of media attention surrounding payment card data breaches, it is the financial institutions that issued the affected payment cards who bear the brunt of the harm. Credit unions have been at the forefront of recent litigation to recover these costs, bringing class actions against the merchants whose allegedly lax security controls resulted in payment card information being stolen. ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
The 66-year-old was worth almost $600-million when he died, which is 18 million more than he claimed in court papers while trying to get released on bail on federal sex trafficking charges. Most of the money is tied up in property, but Epstein reportedly had $56 million in cash.Meanwhile Manhattan federal prosecutors have asked a judge to toss Epstein’s criminal case in light of his death.Epstein was awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges involving young girls when he was found hanged in his cell on August 10th.Court documents show Epstein’s only heir is his brother Mark and he has named two of his attorneys as executors to his will. Two days before Jeffrey Epstein’s body was found hanging inside his Manhattan prison cell, he reportedly signed his will. The New York Post reports the document was filed in the U.S. Virgin Islands where the former hedge fund manager owned two islands.
A woman who dramatically chugged her coffee during Tuesday’s impeachment hearing is now the latest internet sensation.Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman was testifying before Congress, but all eyes were on Emma Dumain, who was sitting behind him.Dumain tilted her head back to take a big gulp of her beverage before seeming to remember she was on camera.She says she grabbed oatmeal and large coffee on her way to the hearing, where the world saw her chug every last drop.Dumain works as a congressional reporter for the news agency McClatchy.
According to reports, there has been a train accident in Jupiter.It is believed there may be multiple fatalities.The the accident reportedly occurred somewhere along Bee Line Highway.Police have not confirmed anything at this time.This story is developing.
If convicted, he could face the death penalty. On Thursday, Nikolas Cruz’s legal team asked a judge to delay the trial that was scheduled for January. The trial for Parkland school shooting suspect Nikolas Cruz will not begin until next summer, according to reports.Cruz’s trial was suppose to start next month, but his legal team fears that the trial is moving too fast . Judge Elizabeth Scherer said she will most likely begin jury selection over the summer for what will be perhaps the “biggest trial in the county’s history.”Cruz faces 17 counts of first-degree murder and 17 counts of attempted murder after he shot and killed several students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland.
Ahead of the busy holiday travel period, Visa is warning of a new kind of attack on your personal credit card information at the gas pump and it’s undetectable.This is unlike ‘skimming’ in which a customer can often detect an illegal card reader on the pumps; this new method is not obvious to a customer.The company warned that an elite hacking group known as FIN8 is gaining access to the gas stations point of sales network through phishing scams; in one incident they sent a malicious link to an employee.Once inside the network, the hackers then remotely obtain credit card information from the pumps.This is unlike ‘skimming’ in which a customer can often detect an illegal card reader on the pumps; this new method is not obvious to a customer.The safest way to protect yourself is to pay inside with cash.Next, if your card has a chip in it, use that method to pay instead of swiping the magnetic stripe as data sent by the chip is generally encrypted so the hacker’s software can’t steal your info.
Florida Senator Annette Taddeo filed a bill on Monday that, if passed, would make the day after Halloween a school holiday.The bill would require district school boards to designate the day after Halloween as a school holiday, unless Halloween falls on a Friday or Saturday.If the bill passe it would go into effect on July 1, 2020.
President Donald Trump will be making a visit to Miami on Thursday for a meeting.According to the White House, the president is expected to land at Miami International Airport around 5:25 p.m.President Trump is scheduled to attend the annual winter meeting of the Republican National Committee at the Trump National Doral Resort. He is expected to stay in Miami for only a few hours, and then he is scheduled to fly back to Washington D.C.
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