Electronic-jam legends STS9 returned to ACL Live at The Moody Theater last night for their second and final show at the venue, and they delivered an out-of-this-world performance. The band worked through several of their treasured classics and utilized tons of transitions to put together another high-octane performance.The band opened things up with “Common Descent”, transitioning into “Worry No More” for a great opening one-two punch. “Pianoir” followed, opening up a huge segment that went into “Glogli,” and then “Vibyl,” which contained a strong tease of “The Message” by Grandmaster Flash. “Love Don’t Terrorize” followed, before the band finished off set one with “Out of This World” into “Frequencies 2>3”.Set Two started off with a fun take on “Totem.” “118” followed, before “Give and Take” and “F Word” were trotted out. “Forest Hu” was then stretched out with a jam that landed on “Rilly Wut?” STS9 then explored space with “Hubble”, before finishing up the second set with a run from “World Go Round” into “Awesome” into “The Unquestionable Supremacy of Nature”.For the encore, STS9 busted out one of their most beloved songs, “Aimlessly”, which dropped right into “Nautilus” for a few minutes. The band then fell right back into “Aimlessly”, a perfect segue that brought an excellent two nights in Austin to a close.STS9’s next stop is a two-night run at the Aragon Ballroom next weekend, February 3rd and 4th. See below for a full setlist from STS9’s final show at ACL Live, as well as a full video of the second set, courtesy of Heady FlairOnline Video DeliverySTS9 | ACL Live at The Moody Theater | Austin, TX | 1/28/2017Set Two: Common Descent >> Worry No More, Pianoir > Glogli >> Vibyl^>> The Message*% >> Vibyl , Love Don’t Terrorize, Out of This World**>> Frequencies 2>3Set Two: Totem, 118, Give and Take, F Word, Forest Hu >> Rilly Wut?, Hubble, World Go Round$ >Awesome >> The Unquestionable Supremacy of NatureEncore: Aimlessly > Nautilus >> AimlesslySHOW NOTES:^ HHHF tease* Grandmaster Flash% WTDS tease** Frequencies tease$ Modular outro[setlist courtesy of the Church of STS9]
After intense speculation that have lasted for more than a week, Keta Business College have admitted to cheating in the national high school basketball championships.The competition, known as Sprite Ball, came to a controversial finale after runners-up Mfantsipim, as well as many other schools, complained about the overage status of the KETABUSCO players.A joint statement from organisers has cleared the air and confirmed earlier assertions.FULL STATEMENTKETA BUSINESS COLLEGE BANNED INDEFINITELY FROM SPRITE BALL CHAMPIONSHIPThe Deputy Director-General of the Ghana Education Service, Lawyer Anthony Boateng, Head of Rite Sports, Yaw Sakyi Afari, National PE Coordinator, Emmanuel Dormenyah and his Deputy Cynthia Wise held a meeting with Mr. E. Seake-Kwawu, the Headmaster of Keta Business College, PE Master Kovor Daniel and his assistant Henry Habada to discuss the issues surrounding the eligibility of some of the players. PE Master Daniel Kovor admitted that five (5) of the players presented at the Championship were not qualified to play. They were instructed by the Deputy Director-General to return the trophy, cash and the other items. The school has been banned indefinitely from the Championship.The GES will in the coming days issue a statement which will state the punishment for the Headmaster and PE Teachers. The Headmaster was rebuked for negligence and Teachers for cheating.The National PE Coordinator and Rite Sports team thank you for your patience. We hope no school will attempt to cheat in any competition going forward. We will share with all THE GREEN BOOK, Regulations governing the Sprite Ball Championship which has details of the Schools and Colleges Regulations and other relevant details.Thank You.Signed Yaw Sakyi AfariHead of Rite Sports
The company responsible for the design and construction of the Fort St. John Enerplex now has until September 20th to present a viable solution to the issue of safety padding around the structure’s speedskating oval. Earlier this year, it was revealed that the original design of the structure failed to provide sufficient room for regulation padding. At a September 8th Council Meeting, Facilities and Protective Services Director Jim Rogers said that the reports completed by Architecture-Engineering Firm Field, Field & Field have so far been unsatisfactory. An initial report completed by the firm in July was rejected by the city’s compliance team for being incomplete. A second report delivered to the city last week was also rejected for failing to adequately answer the city’s questions. Rogers says the city’s team of industry experts feels that an adequate padding system is possible despite the size constraints. [asset|aid=234|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=Jim Rogers – Padding_1_Pub.mp3] – Advertisement -If the firm fails to provide an adequate report on the matter by September 20, the city says it will exercise its options under its contract with the firm, which may mean that the city will take over the padding aspect of the project at the firm’s expense.