Electronica artist Mr. Bill has completely retooled his setup, incorporating live keyboards and drumming for an all-new jamtronica approach like never before. Bursting into the live sector is rather new for Mr. Bill, but their ability to jam out in this new setting is paying off in dividends.“Touring around and playing my songs off my laptop was getting stale, so with this tour, I really wanted to create a live electronic music performance,” said Mr. Bill. The band performed in Winnipeg earlier this week, showcasing their new and exciting sonic experience to an enthusiastic crowd. They’ll also be performing in New York, tonight, just upstairs from Kitchen Dwellers at American Beauty.Watch footage from this Mr. Bill Live Band performance below! [Photo credit: Nicholas Maciarz] Mr. Bill will take the stage at Slake tonight, November 11th. “If there’s anything I’ve learned from this tour so far,” says Mr. Bill, “It’s that I much prefer playing small, intimate rooms crammed with energy rather than larger, more docile rooms.” With Circuit Bent on as support, this is going to be a great night of music. Tickets here.
More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City‘So much passion,’ said Willock after he was shown Emery’s reaction.‘It shows how much passion the manager has for small things in the game.‘It’s not a goal, it’s not a chance but it’s a big thing for him and it shows.’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Metro Sport ReporterThursday 15 Aug 2019 10:51 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link Advertisement Unai Emery celebrated Joe Willock’s tackle like a goal (Picture: Arsenal.com)Joe Willock couldn’t hide his delight after watching Unai Emery’s reaction to his recovery tackle in Arsenal’s win over Newcastle United on Sunday.The Gunners got their new Premier League campaign off to an excellent start as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s goal sealed a 1-0 victory at St James’ Park.Willock, meanwhile, was given a chance to impress in central midfield and one moment from the 19-year-old in the first half certainly caught Emery’s eye.Willock was barged off the pitch by Jonjo Shelvey but the Arsenal midfielder quickly got to his feet and raced back to put in an excellent recovery tackle to win back possession and start another attack.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTArsenal’s ‘Bench Cam’ footage caught Emery’s reaction as the Spaniard celebrated Willock’s tackle as if he had scored a goal.You’ve seen @UnaiEmery_ reacting to @Joewillock’s tackle at @NUFC…So here’s @Joewillock reacting to @UnaiEmery_ reacting to @Joewillock’s tackle at @NUFC 😅Wonder what our next video could be… 🤔 pic.twitter.com/EHklzyvPrD— Arsenal (@Arsenal) August 15, 2019 Comment Joe Willock reacts to Unai Emery celebrating his tackle in Arsenal’s win over Newcastle United Advertisement
Jim Boeheim hasn’t been pleased with Michael Gbinije’s play through Syracuse’s first five games, and he didn’t hold any punches after Syracuse beat Loyola on Tuesday night.“Somehow we got to get Mike to play better, that’s paramount in my mind thinking about this team,” Boeheim, SU’s head coach, said of the junior forward. “Right now he’s, I don’t know where he is, he’s just not effective at all. That’s not something we envisioned going into this year.”Against the Greyhounds (2-3), Gbinije collected two points, three rebounds, one assist, two steals and two turnovers in 20 minutes off the bench, as the Orange (4-1) shook a slow start in an eventual 70-37 win in the Carrier Dome. He went 1-for-4 from the field and missed both of his 3-point attempts, and questions about Syracuse’s depth prompted Boeheim to come down hard on the 6-foot-7 Gbinije, who plays three positions, including backup point guard, for SU.Boeheim said he’d prefer to play freshman forward Chris McCullough instead of sophomore Chinonso Obokoh in place of Rakeem Christmas at center, but can’t do so unless his forwards play better. He also brought up Gbinije while discussing the Orange’s top-heavy box scores, where Christmas and McCullough have shouldered a large share of the scoring load.“Mike’s a big piece to our team, he’s a guy who can come in and play all three positions, he’s a guy that can shoot it and get to the basket,” SU guard Trevor Cooney said. “Yeah, we have to get him going and when he gets going we’re a better team.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“At times last year he got going we were a better team. This year when he gets going we are a better team. He’s a person we got to get going and just get him into the groove of the game.”Gbinije was in and out of the locker room after the Loyola game, but his teammates — as well as Boeheim — said that juggling multiple positions shouldn’t affect his game.Syracuse freshman point guard Kaleb Joseph also played 37 minutes, leaving Gbinije just three minutes at point guard and 17 others at his forward spot.On the season, Gbinije is shooting 33 percent from the field and just 2-of-13 from 3. He also has an even assist-to-turnover ratio with six each, and his next shot to find a rhythm will be against Holy Cross at 7 p.m. in the Carrier Dome on Friday night.“He’s certainly capable of being able to do that and it’s important for us,” Boeheim said. “For this team, for him to get going, there’s not question about that. I’d say that could be the most important thing right now.” Comments Published on November 26, 2014 at 1:50 pm Contact Jesse: [email protected] | @dougherty_jesse Facebook Twitter Google+
Flutter moves to refine merger benefits against 2020 trading realities August 27, 2020 Tabcorp raises $371m through institutional entitlement offer August 24, 2020 Share StumbleUpon Related Articles Share The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC) has filed a federal court order demanding a ‘further judicial review’ of the AUS $11 billion merger of Tabcorp Holdings and Tatts Group Plc.The Tabcorp-Tatts combination to form the ‘outright Australian gambling market leader’ was approved on 20 June by the Australian Competition Tribunal (ACT). However, the ACCC who acted as the original acting regulatory supervisory body for the merger, stated that it has a litany of concerns regarding the impact of the deal on market competition and consumer pricing.Putting forward the court order ACCC Chairman Rod Sims states that ‘the ACT made three review errors’.Sims detailed that the ACT had taken an unfair position reviewing Tabcorp-Tatts, by stating that its review body had to be ‘satisfied of a substantial lessening of competition’ in order to object to the merger.The ACCC Chairman states that the ACT had been ‘inconsistent’ in its review approach, and should have taken into account wider stakeholder concerns of potential impacts caused by ‘any lessening’ of competition should the combination be developed.The Commission stated that the review placed too high an emphasis on the benefits of corporate synergies and cost savings, which were significantly favourableto ‘deal leader’ Tabcorp Holdings.Furthermore, the ACCC states that at no point had the Tribunal forecasted the potential future impacts to Australian sports betting, lottery and gambling markets/services caused by the merger of Tabcorp-Tatts, missing a fundamental process in its review.“We believe we had no option but to seek a review of these three, what we say, are reviewable errors, particularly because they set such important precedents for the decisions we have to make into the future,” Sims statedTabcorp governance has reacted to the court filing, issuing a short corporate statement detailing that it was aware of ACCC’s actions. At present, the company states that it will ‘provide further information as appropriate”The merger of Tabcorp-Tatts has faced an arduous nine-month regulatory compliance process, In which a number of market competitors have highlighted concerns regarding the combination.Following a rough opening to its full-year 2016/17 performance in which Tabcorp has been fined AUS $45 million by financial watchdog AUSTRAC for multiple compliance failures. Company governance has prioritised the merger at the forefront of its corporate goals.Acting as merger lead Tabcorp governance has highlighted that the business combination expects to deliver $130 million a year in earnings through combined cost savings, which the company wants to enforce by the end of 2017. Senet Australia appoints Paul Newsom as new client advisory lead August 27, 2020 Submit