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 UNESCO Network of Creative Cities (UCCN) was established in 2004 and seeks to strengthen cooperation among cities that have recognized creativity as a strategic factor in sustainable development in terms of economic, social, cultural and environmental aspects. More information, as well as an application guide and application form, can be found HERE. All cities of UNESCO member states and associate members can apply. There is no limit to the number of residents in the city who apply for membership in the Network. To apply, you need to access the documents listed on the official website and find out what it takes to make the city a creative city of the UNESCO network. The network today numbers 180 cities from 72 countries from all parts of the world. By joining the Network, cities acknowledge their commitment to sharing best practices, developing partnerships that promote creativity and cultural industries, strengthening participation in cultural life, and urban development plans. The UNESCO network of creative cities covers seven creative areas: crafts and folk art, design, film, gastronomy, literature, media arts and music. Incomplete applications or those received after that date will not be evaluated. Applications must be submitted in English or French. Source / photo: Ministry of Tourism; UNESCO The application deadline is June 30, 2019, by midnight, and the names of the new Creative Cities for 2019 will be announced by the end of the year. On the website Creative Tourism Network a competition has been announced to join the UNESCO network of creative cities, and they are ready to assist potential applicants in submitting applications.