S. Carey Announces New EP Supermoon, Tour

December 14, 2014 / 0 comments

Photo by Cameron Wittig Bon Iver collaborator S. Carey has announced a new EP called Supermoon, that is out around Jagjaguwar on Feb 17, 2015. The EP will enclose reworked songs from his initial dual LPs as good as a Radiohead cover. All songs were available during a supermoon in August. He’s also common an swap…

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S. Carey Announces New Supermoon EP

December 11, 2014 / 0 comments

On Feb 17, 2015, Wisconsin local and Bon Iver co-operator S. Carey will recover a new EP called Supermoon on Jagjaguwar. The EP contains a cover of Radiohead’s “Bullet Proof … we Wish we Was” and an swap chronicle of Carey’s Range of Light lane “Neverending Fountain,” that we can tide below. S. Carey will…

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S. Carey Reworks Old Material on ‘Supermoon’ EP, Books Living Room Tour

December 11, 2014 / 0 comments

S. Carey has been creation a many of Bon Iver’s hiatus, given Justin Vernon’s friend expelled a solo manuscript called Range of Light behind in a spring. Now, he already has a new EP lined up. Supermoon is due out on Jagjaguwar on Feb 17. The EP doesn’t indeed embody any code new material. Rather,…

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Supermoon-inspired S. Carey EP to recover in February

December 10, 2014 / 0 comments

The Daily Shakedown Wednesday Dec. 10th, 2014 News Supermoon-inspired S. Carey EP to recover in February Add a Comment » by Eric Christenson photos by Andrea Paulseth During final August’s supermoon – a astronomical materialisation where any dozen or so full moons is additional large – many people took to their telescopes to see it, their…

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Growing Market For Meteorites: Chinese Are Buying ‘Meteorites’

December 10, 2014 / 0 comments

<!– Like us on Facebook –> The meteorite weighed many hundred grams and was value US$1,630 per gram, according to a association. He spent a sum of US$8,130 for it and a organization claimed that his meteorite was value US$1.63 million. He also found it unequivocally formidable to sell a meteorite later. He afterwards took…

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Was a moon bigger and brighter than common this weekend?

December 8, 2014 / 0 comments

The photographer James Burns prisoner overwhelming scenes of London from a capital’s rooftops, display buildings such as a Gherkin, Heron Tower and Battersea Power Station in a shade of a clearly overly vast and red-hued moon. So, did a collateral and a rest of a nation see another supermoon this weekend? A supermoon refers to…

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Game Awards 2014: No Man’s Sky Trailer Is Gorgeous As Expected

December 7, 2014 / 0 comments

At a Game Awards 2014, Hello Games showed a new No Man’s Sky trailer demonstrating transport features for a arriving game. The trailer facilities space travel, warping, and wormholes, any transporting a actor to a unique, procedurally generated area with opposite forms of geography, plant-life, creatures…everything. No Man’s Sky prides itself on an open universe with literally…

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Tonight’s fantastic full moon: cinema from Cambridgeshire – Dec 6

December 6, 2014 / 0 comments

Comments (1) Did we see this evening’s fantastic full moon as a object set? After a bright, transparent day, a stately nightfall bright a full moon, withdrawal it intense vast and orange in a early dusk sky. Despite a vast and distinguished coming in some tools of a Cambridge region, it wasn’t one of a supposed…

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Starwatch: A meteor showering and good Jupiter observation – Post

December 6, 2014 / 0 comments

Mike Lynch SW DIAGRAM FRO DECEMBER 6-7, 2014.jpg Mike Lynch SW PHOTO FOR DECEMBER 6, 2013-1.JPG A meteor streaks opposite a sky. Posted: Friday, Dec 5, 2014 7:33 pm | Updated: 7:34 pm, Fri Dec 5, 2014. Starwatch: A meteor showering and good Jupiter viewing MIKE LYNCH Post-Bulletin Company, LLC Overall this year has been…

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The Moon Had a Magnetic Heart

December 4, 2014 / 0 comments

Scientists trust they have solved a 40-year-old poser about what caused rocks collected by NASA’s Apollo astronauts to turn magnetized. Play Video Unlike Earth, a moon does not have a tellurian captivating field, during slightest not today. But scientists theorized that a moon, notwithstanding being usually 1 percent a mass of Earth, had a moving,…

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