MonoNeon Announces ‘Sweat Heart’ Collaborative Album [Audio]

first_imgThe non-stop creative force known as MonoNeon has announced a forthcoming collaborative album project with singers AWFM and Nina Gnewd (aka Polychaos), producer Kid Maestro, and drummer C MaJor.The Ghost-Note bassist has taken to his social media outlets over the past two days to announce the project to be titled, Sweat Heart, and due out August 4th. The talented bassist didn’t go too much into detail other than to describe the music as “Lo-fi fart jams” and “Sweaty jams recorded in Memphis with people that love each other.”Listen to a clip of the forthcoming music as shared via a Tweet on Tuesday below. Recent album projects released by MonoNeon through his Bandcamp page include 2019’s Living The Best And Worst Life At The Same Damn Time! and 2020’s Toxic Wasteland 2 The Hills. The colorful bassist has also released a few stand-alone singles so far this year including “Am I Trippin’?“, “Breathing While Black” and the more recent “Find The Gold”.MonoNeon has also taken part in Live For Live Music’s virtual events Quarantine Comes Alive and Justice Comes Alive.Click here for digital pre-order information for Sweat Heart.last_img read more

Inland Truck Parts Promotes Greg Klein To President

first_imgThe data is from the US Bureau of Economic Analysis, via the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. Auto and light truck sales continued their rebound in September, when sales were 16.34 million at a seasonally adjusted annual rate. That compares to last September, when they were 17.08 million, and this April when they were 8.71 million. At least for now, the sales rebound has compressed into a couple of months what took a couple of years after the 2008-‘09 recession.  OVERLAND PARK, Kan. – Inland Truck Parts Co., an independent provider of parts distribution and full-service truck repair, has promoted Greg Klein to president effective Jan. 1, 2015. Dave Scheer will remain CEO. Klein will be responsible for Inland’s strategic execution and will lead the company’s operations. A seasoned executive, he joined Inland as CFO in 1995 and was promoted to vice president in 2008. Both Scheer and Klein are longtime members of Inland’s board of directors.AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisement“Greg knows Inland extremely well. His long tenure on our leadership team has more than prepared him for this promotion,” said Scheer. “As president, his continued dedication and commitment to our stakeholders will only make Inland stronger.“Ownership here is 100 percent in the hands of our employees,” Scheer explained. “The president has a responsibility to ensure that each of our employee-owners is a top priority. After all, they are the ones who make things happen. No one understands that better than Greg.”In addition to his role at Inland, Klein is the immediate past chairman of the Employee-Owned S Corporations of America (ESCA), where he works locally and in the nation’s capital to educate lawmakers on the importance and positive effects of employee ownership.“Inland is a very special company, one that I’ve been lucky enough to be a part of for over 40 years,” said Scheer. “I’m certain that promoting Greg to president is the right move to continue our success.”Established in 1944, Inland Truck Parts Co. is celebrating its 70th year, with 28 locations in Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas and Wyoming.,This “Data Did You Know” item comes from Babcox Media Audience Insights Manager Bruce Kratofil:AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisementlast_img read more

Railway supply industry news round-up

first_imgNovocherkassk Electric Locomotive Plant has obtained certification for the use of its DTK-417K traction motors in the Eurasian Customs Union countries. Designed for use on TMH Bryansk type 2TE25KM, TEM18DM and 3TE25K2M diesel locomotives, these will replace motors previously imported from Ukraine.The Greenbrier Companies received orders for 700 wagons worth $50m in Q2 to February 28 2017, when its backlog stood at 22 600 vehicles worth $2·44bn. ‘We are focused on our two-part strategy to protect and enhance core North American businesses during this time of market inconstancy while we also expand internationally in targeted regions that offer promising growth opportunities’, said Chairman & CEO William A Furman on April 5. ‘We are encouraged by the upward trend in rail traffic, order activity in our current quarter, and earnings contribution from our activities in international markets.’ Swiss Federal Railways has become the eighth member of the Railsponsible sustainable procurement initiative. Politechnika Warszawska is the fifth Polish institution to be approved to provide type approval and conformity certification services.Wireless technology companies Lilee Systems and Fluidmash are to collaborate to offer high bandwidth train to ground data communication links.Praybourne has adopted Pulsar as the sole brand for its range of hi-visibility, flame resistant, thermal and other protective clothing.Solar power producer Azure Power has won a contract to provide roof-top electricity generation across the Indian Railways network and at the Rail Coach Factory in Kapurthala. The company recently completed the first phase of a similar project with Delhi Metro Rail Corp.Vibration protection company Getzner Werkstoffe reports that 2016 was a successful year, with turnover up from €77·9m in 2015 to €80·4m in 2016. Highlights of the year included the opening of the Gotthard Base Tunnel with custom-designed Getzner vibration protection, and the launch Sylomer aluminium vibration-damping elastic floating floors for rolling stock.last_img read more

Browns trade second-round miss Austin Corbett to Rams

first_imgSince taking over as Browns general manager nearly two years ago, John Dorsey has had more notable draft hits than misses. One of his few misses was shipped out of Cleveland on Tuesday as the Browns traded 2018 second-round pick Austin Corbett to the Los Angeles Rams in exchange for a 2021 fifth-round pick. The NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero was the first to have the exact compensation details.Compensation update: The #Rams traded a fifth-round pick in the 2021 draft to the #Browns for C Austin Corbett, source said. Paying up for some much-needed O-line help.— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) October 15, 2019The move signifies the end of a failed experiment in finding where exactly Corbett fit on the Browns offensive line. The University of Nevada, Reno product was drafted as a tackle but the Browns quickly realized he was better suited to play one of the interior O-line positions and made him a guard. He never quite took at that spot as well which turned into him also seeing reps at center, which is where he was slated this season.Serving as veteran J.C. Tretter’s backup, Corbett played in three games this season as a reserve. Over his year and some change tenure with the Browns, Corbett appeared in 14 total games, making just one start.For the Rams, acquiring Corbett is a move to bolster their offensive line depth after regular starting left guard Joseph Noteboom left Sunday’s loss to the 49ers with a torn ACL and MCL. It’s likely that they view Corbett as Noteboom’s replacement at guard for the remainder of the season. The Rams also made another trade with an AFC North team, sending CB Marcus Peters to the Ravens for linebacker Kenny Young.As Corbett departs Northeast Ohio, he goes down as one of the only draft blemishes on Dorsey’s resume since joining the franchise. The Browns had hoped that the 33rd overall pick would emerge as a starter leading up to the 2019 campaign after Dorsey traded Kevin Zeitler to the Giants during the offseason. Ultimately, they ran out of patience with 24-year-old as Dorsey saw an opportunity to salvage a draft blunder by acquiring some draft capital and took it. Spencer German Related Topics2019 Cleveland BrownsAustin CorbettfeaturedJohn DorseyLos Angeles Ramslast_img read more