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Naughty Professor To Bring New Age Jazz & Future Funk From NOLA To NYC

first_imgNew Orleans-based future funk act Naughty Professor has recently announced a run of dates, which includes a headlining show in New York City on Thursday, March 23rd at American Beauty – with special guest vocalist Cole DeGenova (purchase tickets here). Watch the tour video below to get a taste for DeGenova’s pipes:With a frontline horn section, and a jazz-inspired, funk-formulating rhythm section, anything is possible with these guys. With the release of 2016’s In The Flesh, the group catapulted into the spotlight, garnering the respect from fellow Big Easy musicians and acts such as George Porter Jr., The Revivalists, Galactic, and Rebirth Brass Band.Now, with a new album on the way Identity, featuring special guest collaborators from the New Orleans music scene, the sound of Naughty Professor is even more refined. Similar to the approach of fellow instrumental jazz/funk experts Snarky Puppy and their Family Dinner sessions, the band’s upcoming album will feature special guest spots from Ivan Neville (Dumpstaphunk), Benny Bloom (Lettuce), Mike Dillon, members of The Soul Rebels, and many more. So far, we’ve been graced with these tastes of what’s to come.The first release of the single “Stray,” which features David Shaw, lead singer of The Revivalists, further cemented the respect of their NOLA brethren, as the 6-piece group combines complex compositions with the ability to improvise and take things to another level. Elements of the group’s jazz influence can easily be heard, but those futuristic funky stylings are what make any Naughty Professor show a good ol’ fashioned party!Naughty Professor ft. David Shaw (The Revivalists) “Stray”: To get a taste of Naughty Professor’s live performance, in the flesh of their own original compositions, check out their video of “In The Tribe” from their first album below.The diverse sounds of Naughty Professor is undeniable, and this American Beauty show in NYC is going to be a NOLA party of epic proportions. Tickets for the show go on sale Friday, January 20th at 1pm EDT and can be purchased at the following link.– Show Info –Artist: Naughty Professor with support TBDVenue: American Beauty NYCDate: Thursday – March 23rd, 2017Ages: 21+Tickets: $12.50adv / $15dos (Purchase HERE) The second release is the hot new single “Darker Daze” which features Jurassic 5 MC Chali 2na and NOLA-based vocalist/guitarist Dexter Gilmore. Chali 2na and Naughty Professor have spent several weeks on the road together, playing both originals from each and an impressive medley of J5 classics. Check out the studio original “Darker Daze” video, followed by a video from their live collaboration from The Joy Theatre.Naughty Professor ft. Chali 2na “Darker Daze”:last_img read more

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A68 iceberg on collision path with South Georgia

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Budget sops to yield Rs 7,500 cr more through garment exports

first_imgNew Delhi, Mar 1 (PTI) Tax sops such as slashing of basic customs duty on specified fibres and yarns, continuation of duty free import of trimmings and embellishments announced in the busget will generate additional garment exports worth Rs 7,500 crore in 2016-17, an industry body said today. “Total additional exports of Rs 7,500 crore in 2016-17 are envisaged by the incentives announced in this Budget,” Apparel Export Promotion Council Chairman Ashok G Rajani said. He said the addition of 1 per cent Free on Board (FOB) value of exports in custom duty for specified fabrics would enable garment exporters to undertake production where they were not competitive. “In the year 2016-17, fabrics worth around Rs 1,000 crore (1 per cent of Rs 1 lakh crore) would be eligible for imports and custom duty of Rs 110 crore would be saved by garment exporters. “This will give avenues for new product development. It would provide additional exports of Rs 2,500 crore in a complete year,” Rajani said. Besides, the continuation of duty free import of trimmings and embellishments to the extent of 5 per cent of FOB would give additional garment export of Rs 5,000 crore in 2016-17, he said. PTI RSN MRlast_img read more

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India Starts Building LNG Import Terminal in Dhamra

first_imgzoom India has taken a step toward increasing seaborne imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) as the country held a ground breaking ceremony for the construction of an LNG terminal in Bhadrak.Officials informed that cargoes carried from the US, Canada and Qatar would be delivered to the INR 60 billion (USD 930.3 million) Bhadrak terminal, which will be located at the port of Dhamra. Although India has import terminals in Gujarat and Maharashtra, the new terminal will be the country’s first LNG terminal.Under the development plans, the LNG terminal will have a capacity of 5 million metric tons per year and is expected to contribute to the process of development and economic growth in eastern India, according to Dharmendra Pradhan, India’s Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas.Pradhan further informed that the terminal, which will provide employment and investment opportunities, along with access to clean fuel, is expected to be commissioned by 2020-21.“Dhamra will be a vital link in connecting Eastern India to the gas infrastructure of the country and will also benefit neighboring countries,” Pradhan said.World Maritime News Stafflast_img read more

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