Aqueous continues to impress fans everywhere with their potent live sound, blending elements of rock, jam and more to create a unique musical experience. As such, the band continues to mine their archives for some of their most-impressive shows. With this new release, Aqueous does not disappoint.The band has released professionally mixed audio footage from their 4/11/15 performance at the King Rook Club in Erie, PA. After premiering Steely Dan and The Police covers from the album on L4LM last week, the full release just dropped, and it is something to behold. There’s a reason that guitarist Dave Loss said, “I remember leaving the stage after this show feeling like we’d done what we had come to do. Things were just on that night. Erie has always treated us well!”Listen to the whole show below:Check out the band’s upcoming tour dates below, and head to the band’s website for details.Aqueous Band Upcoming Tour Dates04/16/16 Portageville, NY Letchworth Pines04/22/16 Saratoga Springs, NY Putnam Den *04/23/16 Schuylkill Haven, PA Some Kind of Jam04/27/16 Providence, RI The Spot Underground04/28/16 Boston, MA The Sinclair **04/29/16 – 05/01/16 Albany, OH Paradise Music Festival05/13/16 Manchester, NH Penuche’s05/19/16 – 05/21/16 Terra Alta, WV Domefest05/27/16 – 05/29/16 Chillicothe, IL Summer Camp 06/16/16 – 06/18/16 Artemas, PA Mad Tea Party06/23/16 – 06/26/16 Rothbury, MI Electric Forest* w/ Pink Talking Fish** w/ Dopapod
The Batesville Bulldogs capture both the boys and girls Ripley County Middle School Track Titles at Jac-Cen-Del.Girls Team Scores: Batesville 65, South Ripley 45, Jac Cen Del 43, Milan 15.Batesville Results. Shot Put-5 Katie Bedel (22’8”); Discus-3 Katie Bedel (57’2.5”); 100M-1 Chloe Schroeder (14.3) 2 Lily Meyer (14.4); 200M-2 Lily Meyer (30.5) 3 Emma Belter (31.7); 400M-1 Chloe Schroeder (1:06.4) 2 Carley Pride (1:10.2); 800M-1 Liz Loichinger (2:41.2) 2 Katie Olsen (2:44.9); 1600M-1 Liz Loichinger (5:51.9) 2 Lexi Huber (6:03.6); 400M Relay-1 BMS Rhian Mehlbauer, Lily Meyer, Katie Olsen, Paige Ausenbaugh (101.1); and 1600M Relay-1 BMS Liz Loichinger, Lily Pinckley, Lexi Huber, Carley Pride (4:52.1).Boys Team Scores: Batesville 50, Milan 40, Jac-Cen-Del 39, South Ripley 39.Batesville Results. Discus-5 Axel Garcia (9’10”); High Jump-5 Will Gunter (4’11”); 110M Hurdles-1 Juan Garcia (17.2) 4 Bryce Current (19.8); 100M-3 Charlie Laymon (12.9); 200M-2 Charlie Laymon (26.0) 3 Juan Garcia (26.9); 400M-1 Eli Pierson (1:01.5) 4 Kent Meyers (1:05.8); 800M-2 Ean Loichinger (2:25.6) 3 Dillon Murray (2:28.7); 1600M-2 James Kuisel (5:16.2) 3 Ean Loichinger (5:19.1); 400M Relay-3 BMS Charlie Laymon, Justin Heiser, Caleb Bischoff-Niese, Will Gunter (54.9); and 1600M Relay-1 BMS Eli Pierson, Luke Nuhring, Kaleb McBeath, Dylan Fledderman (4:19.9).Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Derek Suits.
What else might this be about? Mourinho has rarely been short of a scapegoat when one is required. Whether it be ‘media campaigns’, dodgy floodlights, other teams gifting his rivals results (see Sporting Gijon v Barcelona, 2012) or the always reliable complaints about referees, Mourinho is a master at deflecting attention from a poor performance from his side. This might be taking things a bit far, but one thing that has barely been discussed since Saturday is Chelsea dropping points at home. What happens next? Carneiro and Fearn will be absent from the bench this Sunday. All eyes will be on what happens the next time a Chelsea player goes down apparently injured and how the medical staff on the bench respond, and each time Mourinho faces the media he can expect questions on when Carneiro and Fearn are going to return. The Portuguese was unhappy that the pair went onto the pitch to treat Chelsea playmaker Eden Hazard late in last Saturday’s 2-2 draw with Swansea, and although he did not back down he did say that their exclusion from the bench was not necessarily permanent. Here Press Association Sport looks at what is really going on in the row which has dominated the sporting week. So, uhm, what’s up, doc? Chelsea, down to 10 men after the dismissal of goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, were left hanging on for a 2-2 draw at home to Swansea last Saturday. Hazard went down injured late on, prompting Carneiro and Fearn to enter the pitch and treat him. But that left Mourinho fuming on the touchline as he gestured frantically and shouted angrily. After the match, Mourinho accused the doctors of being naive regarding the game situation as their treatment of Hazard meant the player had to come off the pitch, leaving Chelsea temporarily with nine players. That seems a bit harsh. Did the doctors do anything wrong? According to the Premier League Doctors’ Group, Carneiro and Fearn had no option but to enter the pitch and treat Hazard – and would have been in breach of their duty of care if they had failed to do so. Under existing guidelines, a player can request treatment, or the referee can decide to call for it if he believes the player needs it. Referee Michael Oliver signalled for the doctors to come on as Hazard remained down, which would seem to make it an open-and-shut case – the doctors did everything right. Does Jose even have a point, then? Mourinho has received some limited support from former managers and players, who said they at least understood his frustration as events occurred in real time. But his decision to make an issue of it in his post-match comments, and the apparent reduction of Carneiro’s role in the wake of the incident, has created a huge storm in which Chelsea are not looking too good. Shouldn’t Mourinho have been more concerned about Hazard? It’s not clear to what extent he was injured. We’re not going to say he was definitely trying to waste time by staying down, but, let’s be honest, it wouldn’t be the first time a player has done that. If Mourinho was worried about needlessly being reduced to nine, we might ask why he has not criticised his star player for staying down and requesting treatment if he did not really require it. And if Hazard did need treatment, the player might be left wondering why his manager didn’t seem to care. Jose Mourinho has spoken publicly for the first time since his criticism of Chelsea team doctor Eva Carneiro, confirming she and colleague Jon Fearn will not be on the bench for Sunday’s trip to Manchester City. Press Association