Israeli livetronica act G-Nome Project just landed in the United States for an early Fall tour that will see the group travel around a good portion of the country. The group announced they will be bringing along guitarist, longtime friend and Chicago native Marcus Rezak for their upcoming show at Subterranean on Saturday, September 17th, which also sees up and coming act Chachuba on as support. (Purchase tickets HERE)G-Nome Project is comprised of keyboardist Eyal Salomon, guitarist Shlomo Langer, bassist Zechariah Reich, and drummer Chemy Soibelman. The Jerusalem-based act have taken their local scene by storm, selling out venues in their hometown, all the way to Tel Aviv with their brand of electro-funk. G-Nome has been making a name for themselves in the U.S. since their first shows on this side of the pond a couple of years back. Coming off a major play at Camp Bisco earlier this summer, and an upcoming performance at the Catskill Chill festival, this current tour sees the band ready to make some serious waves.Chachuba, a four-piece trancefusion/jam act from Chicago, made up of Nate Beitz (bass), Sean DiCosola (keys/production), Paul Feinstein (drums), and Jimmy Klimek (guitar/303), is able to transcend genres with heavy and melodic guitar riffs, synths, and funky beats. If you like to get down, don’t sleep on this show. It’s going to be a hot one!Purchase tickets for G-Nome Project at Subterranean on Saturday, September 17th here.Show Info:Bands: G-Nome Project w/ Chachuba and special guest Marcus RezakVenue: SubterraneanDate: Saturday – September 17th, 2016Time: Doors 8pm / Show 9pmTickets: $12adv / $15dos (Purchase HERE)Enter To Win Tickets:
However, the victory was marred by an incident on the 16th hole, when Kim made a middle-finger gesture at spectators and slammed his club after a fan’s mobile phone rang as he hit a shot. On Tuesday an emotional Kim kneeled before reporters to apologize for his actions but that did not stop the KPGA from handing down a severe punishment, suspending him from the tour until 2022.”Kim Bi-o damaged the dignity of a golfer with etiquette violation and inappropriate behavior,” the tour said in a statement.World No. 302 Kim has played one major in his career, finishing tied for 45th at the U.S. Open in 2013. The money leader of the Korean Tour, Kim Bi-o, has been hit with a three-year ban for aiming an obscene gesture at the crowd during the Gyeongbuk Open.Kim, who formerly spent time on the PGA Tour, claimed his second KPGA title of the year on Sunday.
This Tuesday morning on Sportsday we discuss Paul Pogba’s world-record £89m transfer to Manchester United from Juventus. The 23-year-old midfielder returns after four years away, having left United for Juventus for £1.5m in 2012.Also this morning we look back on day three at the Rio Olympics as Tom Daley and Dan Goodfellow produced a great final dive to win one of two Olympic bronze medals for Great Britain.The pair’s 10m synchro success and Ed Ling’s bronze in the trap shooting took Britain’s tally to four and put them 10th in the medal table.And we also look back on last night’s T20 quarter-final between Nottinghamshire and Essex at Trent Bridge.All brought to you by Jake Robson and the team.