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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27 Sep

Younger kids facing exclusion and suspension from school

first_imgStuff co.nz 25 June 2018Family First Comment: Gee. Wonder why? Could it have anything to do with a culture of children’s ‘rights’ while undermining the parental role and authority, and feeding the culture with unrestricted access to excessively violent and pornographic content?If you want to see the evidence of when it really started to get bad, read our report “Defying Human Nature: An Analysis of New Zealand’s 2007 Anti-Smacking Law” (2016)https://www.familyfirst.org.nz/research/smacking-law-2016/There are signs more intermediate and primary schools are being forced to consider excluding and suspending students, amid a reported rise in extreme behaviour among children.The trend has reignited calls for greater support for schools to deal with special needs and mental health issues among pupils, with claims many families are being left to deal with these issues on their own.The body that represents school boards said it had received a “flurry” of queries from boards about suspensions and exclusions for young students.Excluded students are those under 16 who are struck off the school roll.“Normally one would expect this type of behaviour in secondary schools,” President of the NZ School Trustees Association Lorraine Kerr said.“It’s now becoming intermediate schools, and in some extreme cases … it’s presenting itself in primary.”The apparent trend seemed to be a symptom of an increasing number of students arriving at school with significant behavioural needs, including conditions like foetal alcohol syndrome or ‘P babies’, Kerr said.READ MORE: https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/104822073/younger-kids-facing-exclusion-and-suspension-from-schoollast_img read more

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