Wobblesauce has released part one of their double EP release, Obstacle Illusions, today, Wednesday July 20th 2016. In this four-track EP, the band really demonstrates how a four-piece rock group can progressively stretch the boundaries between jam and electronica, while still paying homage to the classics. This is especially apparent from their in-studio video and featured track release of “Grawlix” which clearly displays how each individual instrumentalist contributes to their complex layers of sound.From soaring guitar riffs and sultry synth lines, to textured bass drops filled with prog-rock polyrhythms, Wobblesauce delivers songs that take you on a sonic journey of the inner mind and spirit. Thanks to the band, we’re excited to premiere this jamming new release.Tune in to Obstacle Illusions: Part 1, streaming in full below.Part Two of Obstacle Illusions is due out this fall, so get ready… Join the Wobblesociety today! You can catch the band on the road at the tour dates below.
DODGE CITY, Kan. – Mayhem and a potential big cash giveaway to a lucky fan along with numerous other giveaways are on tap for Saturday night as racing action kicks back into high gear atop the 3/8-mile Dodge City Raceway Park clay oval in southwest Kansas. General admission is $15 with children 11 and under admitted free when accompanied by an adult. Along with Roach and Daniels, other past Sport Modified Mayhem winners include Kaleb Roach in 2016 and Clay Money in the inaugural rendition in 2014. Racing action will get under way at 7:30 p.m. The card is rounded out by a full slate of championship chase action including Precise Racing Products DCRP Sprint Cars, IMCA Modifieds, IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars and IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks. Along with the tremendous racing action, a lucky fan could pocket as much as $1,500 during the evening. Someone’s ticket will be drawn for the opportunity to roll three dice. Each roll will be worth $500 with three successful rolls netting $1,500. The SportMod Mayhem feature payout is as follows: 1st – $1,000, 2nd – $750, 3rd – $500, 4th – $400, 5th – $350, 6th – $300, 7th – $250, 8th – $200, 9th – $175, 10th – $150, 11th – $125, 12th – $100, 13th – $100, 14th – $100, 15th – $100, 16th – $75, 17th – $75, 18th – $75, 19th – $75, 20th – $75. By Lonnie Wheatley The Aug. 24 card is headlined by the popular sixth annual IMCA SportMod Mayhem event with the IMCA SportMods battling it out for a $1,000 winner’s share. Woodward, Okla.’s Mike Roach reigns as the defending champion of SportMod Mayhem after beating Brandon Kenney and 2017 winner Dustin Daniels to the line to become the first two-time winner of the event.
Facebook13Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Joint Animal ServicesWhether your youngest is headed off to college or you are a stay-at-home parent with children going to school during the day, “Back-to-School” means our routines change. These changes can cause stress or anxiety in our pets. They may do things or act in ways out of the normal. The best way to manage this is to keep any routines, such as feeding times, the same.Tucker loves spending a day at the park playing with his owners and socializing with the other dogs.If you don’t have pets, you may feel a bit lonely. One of our furry companions at Animal Services might be just what you need to cure those “Back-to-School Blues.” Our adoptable animals are looking for someone special to give them a forever home, so consider adding a new kiddo to the family this school year. These fur babies won’t outgrow their clothes, need new shoes, or money for college! Come down and check out the adoptable pets at 3120 Martin Way or visit the Joint Animal Services website.