Boston, MA-based psychedelic jam band The Jauntee and NYC local livetronica favorites Digital Frontier are teaming up for a special Valentine’s Day Musical Feast of LOVE at American Beauty in New York, NY, on Tuesday, February 14th. Tickets for the show are currently on sale and can be purchased here.The Jauntee has been making the rounds of the Northeast music scene, playing over one hundred shows a year at venue’s such as Nectar’s, Paradise Rock Club, and The Spot Underground, along with a number festivals such as Catskill Chill, Disc Jam, Strange Creek, and more. Their unique blend of psychedelic rock, jazz, funk, and an ability to explore new territories from an improvisational-based standpoint, has garnered The Jauntee a rabid, and very loyal fanbase. Certainly a name to look out for in 2017.Digital Frontier, better known as DigiFront by their local NYC contingent, recently played their first show in several years at the Bowery Ballroom with Horizon Wireless. A mainstay of the scene in the mid-2000’s, the group of Luke Stocker (bass), Jesse Stocker (flute/synth), Matt Smilkstein (keys/synth), and Sol “Monty” Montoya (drums) decided it was time to get back together and once again make the ambient, futuristic, and harmoniously jazz-influenced beats that DigiFront has always been known for.Check out some recent footage of both bands in honor of this love filled occasion!The Jauntee – When the Love Is – 12/5/2015Digital Frontier “Smilkstein’s Day Off” (from The Basement Sessions 10/30/16)– SHOW INFO –Artist/s: The Jauntee & Digital Frontier Valentine’s Day Musical Feast of LOVEVenue: American Beauty – 251 W. 30th Street – New York, NY 10001Date: Tuesday – February 14th, 2017Time: Doors 7pm / Show 8pmTickets: $12adv / $15dos (purchase tickets here)Enter To Win Tickets:
… Windies slump to a fifth straight T20 defeatPORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC) – West Indies were flirting with crisis after plunging to a fifthPakistan wicketkeeper Sarfraz Ahmed watches as Marlon Samuels cuts for a boundary in his top score of 44.straight Twenty20 defeat, as Pakistan took an unassailable 2-0 lead in the four-match series with a dramatic three-run victory here yesterday.Chasing an uncomplicated 133 for victory at Queen’s Park Oval, West Indies saw their run chase unravel spectacularly, with 18-year-old leg-spinner Shadab Khan once again proving their nemesis with another man-of-the-match four-wicket effort.The hosts were cruising at 60 for 2 in the ninth over behind Marlon Samuels’ top score of 44 but Shadab’s introduction saw four wickets tumble for just 16 runs off 29 deliveries, leaving the innings in strife on 81 for six in the 13th over.But needing 14 runs from the final over, Sunil Narine (9) lifted the Windies hopes when he hammered the first two deliveries of the over from seamer Hasan Ali for boundaries.Things then took a turn for the worse, however. Narine missed a swat at the third ball and even after Ali sent down a leg-side wide next delivery, the left-hander failed to connect with the fourth ball, leaving West Indies requiring five off the last two.Narine was run-out off the fifth ball and Jason Holder, who finished unbeaten on 26 off 17 deliveries, could only muster a single off the final ball.The defeat followed the Windies’ opening debacle at Kensington Oval in Bridgetown last Sunday when they lost by six wickets, and comes against the backdrop of an embarrassing 3-0 whitewash to Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates last September.Shadab, who claimed four wickets for seven runs on debut five days ago, finished with four for 14.Sent in, Pakistan rallied to 132 all out from their 20 overs, despite an innings which never really got off the ground.Shoaib Malik top-scored with 28, Babar Azam got 27 while tail-ender Wahab Riaz produced a cameo 10-ball 24 at number 10, to get the visitors up to a competitive total.Off-spinner Narine (3-22) and seamer and captain Carlos Brathwaite (3-37) finished with three wickets apiece while leg-spinner Samuel Badree was brilliant in taking two for 14 from his four overs.West Indies started well when Badree bowled Kamran Akmal without scoring off the fifth ball of the game but Babar and Ahmed Shezad (14) added 41 for the second wicket to stabilise the innings.When three wickets perished for 10 runs off 17 deliveries, Pakistan were revived by a 36-run, fifth-wicket stand between Shoaib and captain Sarfraz Ahmed (12).But with Pakistan poised for a strong finish, Shaoib and Sarfraz fell in successive overs to Brathwaite and Narine respectively with no runs added, as four wickets tumbled for eight runs in another cluster.Struggling at 95 for eight in the 17th over, Wahab arrived to lash a four and a pair of sixes – with 16 runs coming in the penultimate over from rookie seamer Kesrick Williams.In reply, West Indies lost Evin Lewis for three in the second over with the score on 10, run-out by Imad Wasim’s direct throw from mid-on but Samuels and fellow Jamaican Chadwick Walton, who made 21, added 50 to put the innings back on course.Samuels appeared in exquisite touch, stroking five fours and two sixes – consecutive blows off left-arm spinner Imad Wasim – in a silky 35-ball knock while Walton faced 25 deliveries and counted two fours.The rot began when Walton tried to turn a googly from Shadab and was bowled leg stump and Lendl Simmons followed in the next over for one, lbw to Hasan Ali off the second ball he faced.Stuttering at 65 for three in the 10th over, West Indies needed a hero but found none. Kieron Pollard suffered a rush of blood, missed a charge at Shadab and was stumped for three in the 11th over and Rovman Powell was bowled next ball, completely deceived by another googly from Shadab.The major turning point came in Shadab’s following over, the 13th of the innings, when he knocked over Samuels with the final delivery of his spell, having the veteran stroke-maker caught at the wicket edging a googly.PAKISTAN inningsKamran Akmal b Badree 0Ahmed Shehzad c Brathwaite b Narine 14Babar Azam c wkp. Walton b Brathwaite 27Shoaib Malik c Pollard b Brathwaite 28Fakhar Zaman c Holder b Badree 5Sarfraz Ahmed c Samuels b Narine 12Imad Wasim c Brathwaite b Williams 4Sohail Tanvir lbw b Narine 4Shadab Khan run-out 13Wahab Riaz c Holder b Brathwaite 24Hasan Ali not out 0Extras: (w-1) 1Total: (all out, 20 overs) 132Fall of wickets: 1-0, 2-41, 3-43, 4-51, 5-87, 6-87, 7-91, 8-95, 9-131.Bowling: Badree 4-0-14-2, Holder 4-0-32-0, Williams 4-1-27-1, Narine 4-0-22-3, Brathwaite 4-0-37-3 (w-1).WEST INDIES inningsE. Lewis run-out 3C. Walton b S. Khan 21M. Samuels c S. Ahmed b S. Khan 44L. Simmons lbw b Hasan Ali 1K. Pollard stp. S. Ahmed b S. Khan 3R. Powell b S. Khan 0C. Brathwaite b W. Riaz 15J. Holder not out 26S. Narine run-out 9S. Badree not out 0Extras: (w-7) 7Total: (8 wkts, 20 overs) 129Fall of wickets: 1-10, 2-60, 3-65, 4-76, 5-76, 6-81, 7-114, 8-128.Bowling: Imad Wasim 4-0-28-0, Sohail Tanvir 4-0-29-0 (w-1), Hasan Ali 4-0-35-1 (w-1), Wahab Riaz 4-0-23-1 (w-1), Shadab Khan 4-1-14-4.
Manchester United last night cruised past Chelsea into the FA Cup quarter-finals to plunge Blues boss Maurizio Sarri’s reign even deeper into crisis as he felt the full fury of the club’s frustrated fans.United’s reward for beating Chelsea in Monday’s final fifth-round tie is an FA Cup quarter-final trip to Wolves.United delivered the perfect response to their first defeat under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer – against Paris St-Germain in the Champions League – to set up a last-eight tie against Wolves. Ander Herrera converted Paul Pogba’s perfect cross to give United a 31st-minute lead, and Pogba doubled the advantage right on half-time when he dived to head Marcus Rashford’s delivery past Kepa Arrizabalaga, who should have done better.As Chelsea slumped tamely to another damaging defeat, their fans turned on Sarri. They jeered his substitutions, mocked his ‘Sarri-ball’ philosophy, demanded the return of Frank Lampard as manager, and joined United’s fans in chants of “You’re getting sacked in the morning”.Solskjaer had no such problems as he took the loud acclaim of United’s supporters after adding another impressive victory to his collection, despite the absence of the injured Jesse Lingard and Anthony Martial.In the other fixtures drawn last night, Premier League champions Manchester City are away to Championship side Swansea City, with another second-tier side Millwall at home to Brighton. Watford host Crystal Palace in the other last-eight tie.The quarter-final games will be played from 15-18 March, with winning clubs receiving £720,000 in prize money.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram