Watch This Pro-Shot Video Of Spafford Tearing Up “Mind’s Unchained” At Summer Camp

first_imgAt the end of May, Summer Camp Music Festival kicked off the summer festival season in style with three days of near non-stop tunes. Ahead of Summer Camp’s official start, on Thursday night, the festival hosted a pre-party of epic proportions. One highlight of Thursday night’s festivities was Spafford, who shredded through their set and helped kick the festival off right. After opening with “The Postman,” the group moved into a stellar rendition of their funk-infused number “Mind’s Unchained.” Luckily for us, Spafford just released pro-shot video of this near-eight minute song, so we can relive the magic. You can check out the video of “Mind’s Unchained” below, as well as listen to Spafford’s full set from Summer Camp, courtesy of Dave Lewis.[Cover photo from Electric Forest: Patrick Hughes]Setlist: Spafford | Summer Camp Music Festival | Chillicothe, IL | 5/25/2017Set: The Postman, Mind’s Unchained, The Remedy, Backdoor Funk, Salamander Song, Electric Taco Stand > Dis Go In 5? > Electric Taco Stand, All Inlast_img read more

Hilltop house an ‘Australian experience’

first_imgTwo self-contained living areas make 10 Looranah St, Jindalee a good investment.Music has been made at 10 Looranah St, Jindalee, and not just by the visiting kookaburras and lorikeets.David Campbell has been a drummer for more than 30 years and is 60 per cent of the way through recording a new album.“The downstairs was in a raw state when I bought the house so I could furnish it into what I needed,” Mr Campbell said.The five bedroom house at 10 Looranah St, Jindalee.“I had a recording studio downstairs.“Now it’s a two-bedroom apartment.”The upstairs level has three bedrooms that he sometimes lets out as a holiday rental.Its bushland setting makes it popular with overseas visitors.This view is a photographer’s muse.“It’s truly an Australian experience living here,’’ he said.The bloom of the Jacaranda tree heralds exams and Christmas, and perhaps the sale of 10 Looranah St, Jindalee.“I’m always up for the sunrise and I do time lapse photography from the front deck.“For getting motivated for the day nothing beats sitting on that front deck.”Mr Campbell is now keen to find new motivation in Tasmania, and that means a new chapter is about to start for this two-storey house on a hilltop in the family-oriented suburb of Jindalee.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019It is on the market through Coronis Toowong with offers over $650,000 considered.Update or just enjoy this country kitchen.“It’s for anyone who appreciates a good view,’’ Mr Campbell said.“It would suit a growing family or anyone who would like the lifestyle with a granny flat or Airbnb.“There’s plenty of flexibility.“I’d like to see it taken and turned into the wonderful hilltop mansion that it could be.”SEE WHAT ELSE IS ON THE MARKET IN JINDALEEMr Campbell has finished walls downstairs, landscaped outside, and painted.He also has redone the drainage to manage stormwater run-off.“It feels like it’s city adjacent now with the new tunnel,” he said.“When that went in, the 45-minute commute to the city turned into 20 minutes.“It’s been great for me.”<<>>last_img read more