Lettuce Reinterprets Miles Davis In New Live Album “Witches Stew”

first_imgLettuce has released a new live album today, Witches Stew, appropriately on Friday the 13th. The album celebrates the late great Miles Davis, one of Lettuce’s biggest and most beloved influences, in this new release–a nod to his 1970 Bitches Brew. This collection of seven songs, handpicked by the band, was recorded at the 2016 Catskill Chill in Lakewood, PA. Filled with dynamic synths, intoxicating horns, and a psychedelic flare, Witches Stew is crafted to satisfy both jazz fans and Lettuce fans alike. Listen below:The band recently announced a 3-night New Year’s Eve residency at New York City’s Brooklyn Bowl from December 29th – 31st. Tickets are on-sale now. Following the release of their Mt Crushmore EP earlier this year, the band embarked on a massive tour that will continue until the end of the year. Full routing below and for all ticket information, please head to the band’s website.LETTUCE TOUR DATES:October 20 El Prado, NM @ Taos Mesa BrewingOctober 21 Denver, CO @ Fillmore AuditoriumOctober 22 Lincoln, NE @ Bourbon TheatreOctober 24 Lexington, KY @ Manchester Music HallOctober 25 Birmingham, AL @ Avondale Brewing CompanyOctober 26-27 Live Oak, FL @ Suwannee Hulaween FestivalOctober 28 Wilmington, NC @ Greenfield Lake AmphitheaterOctober 29 Raleigh, NC @ The RitzOctober 31 Asheville, NC @ New Mountain AmphitheaterDecember 29 Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn BowlDecember 30 Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn BowlDecember 31 Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Bowllast_img read more

Female bandits hit 11 Valley convenience stores

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan ClarksonThe armed duo has hit stores across the Valley from North Hollywood to San Fernando. Wearing hooded sweatshirts, their routine is almost always the same. They usually rob 7-11 stores between midnight and 4 a.m. One, described as a petite, 5-foot-1 white or Latina woman, points a gun at the cashier and demands money. The other, described as a 5-foot-6, 135-pound black female, acts as a lookout. She stands at the door and shouts orders at the employees, said Lt. Steve Koman. They have so far never made off with more than $250. After taking the money, the women order the employees to get down on the floor before leaving. The woman demanding money is described as weighing about 120 pounds and is 25 to 35 years old. The doorwoman is 20 to 30 years old. LAPD Robbery-Homicide detectives are working with the San Fernando Police Department, Ventura County Sheriff’s Department and Oxnard Police Department to help solve the crimes. Anyone with information is asked to call the LAPD’s Robbery-Homicide Division at (213) 485-2511 or (877) LAWFULL.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! LOS ANGELES – The San Fernando Valley may just have its own version of “Thelma and Louise”: Police are searching for two female bandits who have robbed nearly a dozen convenience stores in the Valley and surrounding cities over the past month. The last store to get hit was a San Fernando 7-11 market where the two gun-toting women took off with about $200 the day after Christmas. “It’s not our standard cases we handle,” said LAPD detective Steve Kolman. “It’s a rarity to see two females as primary suspects in aggressive armed robberies.” last_img read more