Night Lights Adds Pink Floyd Tribute With moe., Aqueous, Dopapod Members

first_imgEarlier in May, Night Lights Music Festival was announced, which will return to The Heron in Sherman, NY, for its eighth year from August 23rd to 25th. In the initial phase lineup, the festival announced that it would host electronic rock innovators Lotus and funk outfit The Motet, as well as performances by Aqueous; Octave Cat featuring Jesse Miller (Lotus), Eli Winderman (Dopapod), Charlie Patierno; jazz/funk fusion producer Anomalie; Tropidelic; Bumpin Uglies; lespecial; Upstate Rubdown; Boss Tweed and the Carpetbaggers; as well as an acoustic set from Pappy (Cabinet, Gatos Blancos).Today, the three-day music and camping festival has added a special one-of-a-kind late-night set, Fearless, a Pink Floyd tribute. Fearless will feature Chuck Garvey (Moe.), Mike Gantzer (Aqueous), Evan McPhaden (Aqueous), Eli Winderman (Dopapod/ Octave Cat), and Matt Kellen (Mungion). The festival also announced that Sophistafunk will pay tribute to ’90s hip-hop in 2018. Soul Roach featuring Todd Eberwine and The Buffalo Brass Machine were also added onto the bill.Tickets for Night Lights Music Festival—scheduled for August 23rd through 25th at Sherman, New York’s The Heron—can be purchased on the festival’s website here.last_img read more

Cordray asks Trump to veto arbitration resolution

first_img continue reading » 6SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr CFPB Director Richard Cordray Monday made a personal appeal to President Trump to veto a congressional resolution nullifying the agency’s arbitration rule.“Many have told me I am wasting my time writing this letter – that your mind is made up and that your advisors already have made their intentions clear,” Cordray said in a letter to Trump.The Senate last week approved a resolution that would nullify the CFPB’s rule, which would restrict the use of mandatory arbitration agreements in financial contracts. The House had already passed the resolution.Trump Administration officials have already signaled the president’s intention to sign the resolution.But in his letter, Cordray said the rule is simply about protecting people who want to file suit “to right the wrongs done to them.”last_img read more