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.
“I am very happy to avoid my friend Xu Xin in the draw. This is my last tournament of the year, so I want to finish the year of my dreams off in style, by winning the World Tour Grand Finals for the fourth time.”Number two seed, 19-year-old Fan Zhendong, the man that Ma Long beat in last year’s World Tour Grand Final, will be out for revenge for his 2015 defeat, and will want to keep up his momentum from winning the Men’s World Cup earlier in the year.Double World Tour Grand Final champion Jun Mizutani (JPN) is making his first international appearance since winning bronze at Rio 2016, so confidence will be high for the Japanese superstar. Europe’s hopes rest with Dimitrij Ovtcharov (GER) and Vladimir Samsonov (BLR), who will be bidding for their first World Tour Grand Finals crown.Like fellow Olympic champion Ma Long, Ding Ning (CHN), is out to defend her World Tour Grand Finals title in Doha. The 27-year-old stated after seeing her draw: “All the 16 players qualified through many tough tournaments in 2016, so everyone will be strong. I will prepare my best for every match, as each match will be difficult. I am here to win, and want desperately to defend my title.”The Japanese trio of Miu Hirano, Mima Ito and Hina Hayata, fresh from their historic feat of becoming the Women’s Junior World Team Champions earlier in the week are ready to enter back into the senior stage, after all qualifying for the event here in Doha. Time will tell if they can transfer their junior form to senior success in Doha.The Seamaster Qatar 2016 ITTF World Tour Grand Finals is the most lucrative table tennis event on the globe, with only the top 16 men and women players from the 20 2016 ITTF World Tour events securing their place in Doha. In addition to the singles competition, eight men’s and women’s doubles pairs and 8 men’s and women’s under 21 players have also be making their way to Doha to compete in the event.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram The top 16 men and women from the 2016 ITTF World Tour have assembled in Doha, Qatar for the Seamaster Qatar World Tour Grand Finals starting today through Sunday, December 11.The world’s best players battled through 20 World Tour events across the globe to gather enough points to qualify for the $500,000 season-ending event.As always, all eyes will be on World & Olympic champion Ma Long of China who will be the red-hot favorite to defend the title he won last year in Lisbon. The odds for the 28-year-old were slashed even more as he was drawn in the other half of his two other teammates, world number two Fan Zhendong and number three Xu Xin. This means Ma will not have to face his Chinese teammates until the final.
Great Gatsby Parties at the Blue Baths Rotorua,set the scene and the Museum of Transport andTechnology. Image Credit: ETBNews Source = e-Travel Blackboard: JAJ When MEETINGS 2013 kicked off with a Great Gatsby and 20’s theme at Auckland’s Museum of Transport and Technology on Tuesday night and the trade show opening Wednesday in Auckland’s Sky City Convention Centre, around 180 exhibitors from throughout New Zealand were poised ready to meet with 185 hosted buyers and 400 day buyers at New Zealand’s premier MICE event.Calm and collected MEETINGS’ event manager Jeanette Stanton said she was thrilled to be welcoming a sizeable number of new exhibitors to MEETINGS, with the exhibition about showcasing the diversity of New Zealand as a destination adding that it was always great to see new companies and regions coming on board.She said, “Buyers are going to get a really good feel of just how much New Zealand has to offer both in terms of destinations and products and services,” with four Queenstown-based companies among those making their debut at MEETINGS, Glacier Southern Lakes Helicopters, which flies guests from all over the world around the iconic landscapes of Queenstown, Milford Sound, Mt Aspiring and Fiordland national parks, also Pacific Jemm which is the only luxury boat available for lake charter in Queenstown.Art Adventures is a new and unique tourism business, which takes guests into the landscapes of Central Otago to sketch and paint, with owner Alice Blakely saying she was looking forward to showing buyers at MEETINGS that there is more to Queenstown than adrenalin pumping adventure, adding, “We specialise in partner programmes.”“There are a lot of partners who would like to do something different from the action-packed adventure on offer and our art experiences leave them entertained, stimulated, educated and immersed in the landscape.’’Skippers Canyon Jet is another Queenstown first timer at MEETINGS, operating a unique lodge, with spectacular views over historic Skippers canyon and the picturesque Shotover River, with marketing manager Mathew Rhodes saying, “We will be offering conference and incentive groups something different, a unique chance to get right into the heart of New Zealand and relive our pioneering days,.”Dunedin’s The Edgar Centre is also a MEETINGS first timer, home to the Lion Foundation Arena, Dunedin’s premier events centre and a multi-functional facility, which is regularly used for sporting events, trade shows, exhibitions, and gala dinners.MEETINGS’ first timer Alexandra Park Function Centre in Auckland is a multi purpose venue is home to the Auckland Trotting Club and at the heart of harness racing in Auckland, just 10 minutes from Auckland’s CBD and Auckland International Airport, featuring eight function rooms across four floors with capacities for up to ,1000 guests.Other newcomers to MEETINGS are KiwiRail Scenic Journeys and Hamilton Gardens, which includes the Lakeside venue and function centre.