Dopapod Plays Tribute To Pink Floyd At Resonance Fest [Full-Set Audio]

first_imgOn Friday night, during a late-night Resonance Fest performance at Legend Valley in Thorville, OH, progressive jam rockers Dopapod took on a special tribute to Pink Floyd for those in attendance. The set featured truly old-school tracks such as “Several Species Of Small Furry Animals Gathered Together In A Cave And Grooving With A Pict” from 1969’s Ummagumma, along with “Bike” from Piper At The Gates of Dawn (1967), and “Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun” from A Saucerful of Secrets (1968).Classics like “Echoes”, “Welcome To The Machine”, a set-closing “Run Like Hell” rounded out the performance nicely. The show also marked Dopapod’s first since reuniting with former drummer Neal “Fro” Evans, getting fans excited for future shows with the funky drummer ahead.Check out full audio of the performance, courtesy of taper Douglas Zupan:Dopapod is hitting the road hard next month with Pigeons Playing Ping Pong. The co-headline tour will feature full sets from both bands, covering most of the eastern half of the country. Check out the full schedule below. Tickets and show information can be found at both Dopapod and Pigeons Playing Ping Pong‘s band websites.For fans of guitarist Rob Compa and keyboardist Eli Winderman, you can catch the Dopapod members play a very special set with Roosevelt Collier, Michael League (Snarky Puppy), and Adrian Tramontano (Kung Fu) at Brooklyn Comes Alive. The complete festival lineup features members of Dead & Co., String Cheese Incident, The Disco Biscuits, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, and so many more. Set for October 22, 2016, the second annual event will span three of Brooklyn’s most popular venues — Brooklyn Bowl, The Hall at MP, and Music Hall of Williamsburg — all within a 10 minute walking radius. Tickets to the event grants you access to all three venues, and can be found here. More information can be found on the event’s website.Dopapod ‘Pink Floyd’ Setlist – Legend Valley – Thornville, OH – 9/23/16Several Species Of Small Furry Animals Gathered Together In A Cave And Grooving With A PictEchoesBike >Young LustFearlessSet The Controls For The Heart Of The SunWelcome To The MachineSheep >Run Like Helllast_img read more

Harberts leads USC’s Pac-12 honorees

first_imgSenior forward Cassie Harberts was named to the All-Pac-12 Team for the second consecutive year on Tuesday, leading four other Women of Troy to receive All-Conference honors ahead of the Pac-12 Tournament on Thursday.Best of the best · Senior forward Cassie Harberts was named to the All-Pac-12 team yesterday for the second straight season. Harberts averaged 16.2 points per game this season after posting an 18.0 average in 2012-2013. – Ricardo Galvez | Daily TrojanJunior guard Ariya Crook earned All-Pac-12 Honorable Mention, junior forward Alexyz Vaioletama and sophomore guard Brianna Barrett made the conference’s All-Defensive Team Honorable Mention and guard Courtney Jaco landed All-Freshman Team Honorable Mention.In head coach Cynthia Cooper-Dyke’s first season at the helm, Harberts was the standout star for the Women of Troy en route to their 18-12 (11-7) record and fifth-place finish in the Pac-12. The four-year starter led the team in points per game (16.2), rebounds per game (7.5), minutes per game (32.9) and blocks (25). She asserted herself as the fulcrum of USC’s offense down low in the post, constantly drawing double-teams and fouls, as she led the team in free throw attempts (214) while converting 57 percent of her tries from the line. Harberts was one of 15 players and seven returnees to be named to the squad.Harberts tied three others for USC’s program-record 128 appearances in the Women of Troy’s final regular season game, and is poised to claim the record for herself in the team’s Pac-12 Tournament opener against Arizona on Thursday.If Harberts was the steady star for USC that teams knew they had to stop, Crook was the breakout performer who frequently showed offensive explosiveness to catch opposing defenses off-guard. The Torrance, Calif. native averaged 15.8 points and 2.3 assists per game, often utilizing her quickness to drive to the basket for easy lay-ups. In USC’s biggest win of the season, a 77-70 road upset over then-No. 19 Cal, Crook poured in 34 points, the most scored by a Woman of Troy since 2002.Both Vaioletama, the only USC player to start all 30 games besides Harberts, and Barrett molded reputations as defensive stoppers this season. Vaioletama led the team in steals (1.9) and defensive rebounds (4.8) per game, while also doubling her offensive output from last season in becoming USC’s third-leading scorer (8.5 ppg).Barrett, who received All-Defensive Team Honorable Mention for the second straight year, led the team in assists per game (2.8), was second in steals per game (1.4) and fourth in points (6.8 per game).Jaco established herself as a solid contributer off the bench, averaging 3.8 points per game and nailing 36.1 percent of her three-point attempts while averaging 14.1 minutes.The selections were culled from a vote of the league’s 12 women’s basketball head coaches.Stanford forward Chiney Ogwumike won her second straight Pac-12 Player of the Year award, Stanford coach Tara VanDerveer was honored with her fourth straight Coach of the Year award and Washington guard Kelsey Plum was named Pac-12 Freshman of the Year.last_img read more