2 Mar

Sunsquabi Drops New Single, “Deluxe,” From New Album Due Out Friday

first_imgColorado-based trio SunSquabi is on the precipice of releasing their sophomore album, Deluxe, which comes out on Friday, April 7th via GRiZ’s All Good Records. The trio is known for their fusion of live instrumentation and electronic music in a live setting, and their latest album captures their unique sound. To get us all stoked on Deluxe, Sunsquabi just released a final single from the album, the title track “Deluxe,” which joins three other tracks that have been released off the project in recent months: “Pygmy Up ” featuring Russ Liquid, “Cinnamon” featuring Late Night Radio, and “Dexter.”You can listen to this new single from SunSquabi below. Check out their website to cop the new album when it drops and to peep the group’s upcoming tour dates. East coast fans who like what they hear coming from SunSquabi have cause to be stoked. Colorado is coming to New York, with SunSquabi just announcing a show at American Beauty in NYC on Saturday, April 29th, along with other hot up-and-comers Late Night Radio and Maddy O’Neal. There is a good reason that these acts are packing out venues all over The Rockies on a regular basis, and it’s an opportunity for those in the Northeast to bear witness (purchase tickets here).last_img read more

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23 Sep

City of Batesville awarded $217K in Next Level Roads grant

first_imgBatesville, IN—The City of Batesville was awarded a $217,091 grant in state matching funds for local road projects through the Next Level Roads: Community Crossings Initiative on Tuesday, April 7.The City will utilize the funds to improve and repave road projects including Huntersville Road from Sycamore Street to the railroad tunnel, Westbrook Drive, EGS Boulevard, Edgewood Drive, Fisherman Drive, White Oak Drive, and Hawthorne Court. “We are extremely grateful to receive this grant and appreciate the leadership of Governor Eric Holcomb and Indiana Department of Transportation Commissioner Joe McGuinness who make this possible for us,” said Mayor Mike Bettice. “While we continue to battle the COVID-19 crisis that has impacted us greatly this is a nice win for us to celebrate.”Batesville is one of 214 cities, towns and counties that have been awarded this grant which combined for a total of $126.5 million statewide. As part of the grant, the City will provide local matching grants of 25 percent and also submit an INDOT-approved asset management plan for maintaining existing roads and bridges.last_img read more

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