Khruangbin has started the weekend with the arrival of their new Late Night Tales compilation project, which debuted via YouTube on Friday morning.Announced back in late October, Late Night Tales includes their previously-shared cover of Kool & The Gang‘s “Summer Madness”, along with an eclectic mix of recordings from a mix of artists whose musical styles are pulled from locations and cultures around the world. The curated compilation ranges from Asian pop to Nigerian reggae, South Korean rock to Hindi-disco, and everything in between. The band also highlights Texas locals David Marez and Kelly Doyle, in addition to an exclusive spoken-word track produced by Khruangbin from Tierney Malone and Geoffrey Muller.Other artists featured on the new digital mixtape include Devadip Carlos Santana and Turiya Alice Coltrane, Nazia Hassan, Maxwell Udoh, Paloma San Basilio, and more.Related: Khruangbin Progresses Beyond The Standard Formula On New Album, ‘Mordechai’ [Review]The band said in a statement about their compilation,It’s cool to think about what you would listen to late at night, as a band together, lighting a spliff, kinda vibe. We definitely wanted to cover as much global territory as possible; so it was the globe and then home. We wanted to show the treasures from our hometown, or people from our hometown that the rest of the world probably doesn’t know. That’s what makes Khruangbin Khruangbin. The stubbornness about being so hometown-centric but what makes Houston is this constant international influence. That’s that gulf stream, bringing it right into Houston. So I guess that’s kind of the theme.Scroll down to stream the new compilation via the YouTube player below or through your preferred streaming platform.Khruangbin – Late Night Tales Compilation[Video: Late Night Tales]Khruangbin’s Late Night Tales Compilation Tracklist:1. Devadip Carlos Santana And Turiya Alice Coltrane – “Illuminations”2. Brilliantes Del Veulo – “I Know That (When The Springtime Comes)”3. Nazia Hassan – “Khushi”4. Kelly Doyle – “DRM”5. Sanulim – “Don’t Go”6. Maxwell Udoh – “I Like It (Don’t Stop)”7. David Marez – “Enséñame”8. Gerald Lee – “Can You Feel The Love (Reprise)”9. Justine & The Victorian Punks – “Still You”10. George Yanagi + Nadja Band -「祭ばやしが聞こえる」のテーマ11. Песняры – “Зачарованная моя”12. Khruangbin – “Summer Madness” (Exclusive Kool & The Gang Cover Version)13. Paloma San Basilio – “Contigo”14. Roha Band – “Yetikimt Abeba”15. Tierney Malone / Geoffrey Muller – “Transmission for Jehn: Gnossienne No 1” (Produced by Khruangbin)View Compilation Tracklist
Regardless of where you work or what industry you work in, it’s always nice to be rewarded for your efforts. Footballers are no different. Be it bonuses for goals, assists, wins or even trophies; they too like to reap the fruits of their labours.For Club Atlético Torque, recently promoted to Uruguay’s First Division, their reward will be the chance to train with Manchester City and meet Pep Guardiola.El Bocón report today that the Uruguayan side, who are owned by the City Football Group, have been rewarded for their promotion to the top tier, the first time the club has made it there since their formation in 2007, with a trip to England.While there they will get the opportunity to train with Manchester City, as well as watch City in the Premier League and Champions League.El Bocón cover the story as striker Sergio Blanco is part of the squad and he used to play for Sporting Cristal in Peru, hence why a Peruvian sports newspaper has picked up it.It’s not stated whether the team will be training with Pep Guardiola and the Manchester City squad, although it’s probably safe to assume they’ll at least meet them at some point during the trip.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameBuild a Beautiful City and Play With Your FriendsForge of Empires – Free Online GameUndo聽多多 Hearmore.asia1969年前出生的香港居民現可免費試戴頂尖的歐洲助聽器聽多多 Hearmore.asiaUndoHero WarsGetting this Treasure is impossible! Prove us wrong!Hero WarsUndoCNN with DBS BankWhat Banks Did To Help Corporations Mitigate Future CrisesCNN with DBS BankUndoRaid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadEven Non-Gamers Are Obsessed With This RPG Game (It’s Worth Installing!)Raid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadUndoLoans | Search AdsNeed a loan? Search hereLoans | Search AdsUndoTheTopFiveVPNEnjoy Netflix Now Without Any RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPNUndoSmart Tech TrendOver 50? You Need Those Adjustable Focus Reading Glasses!Smart Tech TrendUndoSingles50Hong Kong: A 40+ Dating Site That Actually Works!Singles50Undo
Britain’s Mo Farah survived a last-lap trip to retain his 10,000 metres world title in some style on Saturday, extending his dominance of men’s distance running at major championships.Almost tripped up by Kenya’s Geoffrey Kamworor as he took the first bend after the bell, the 32-year-old regained his balance and his composure to storm down the final straight and finish in 27 minutes 01.13 seconds.Farah, who has endured a difficult few months after his coach was the subject of doping allegations, raised his arms and roared in delight as he crossed the line. Kamworor was outpaced over the final 100 metres but finished second in 27.01.76 to claim silver, while his compatriot Paul Tanui was third in 27.02.83.A trio of Kenyans formed an imposing barrier at the front of the field for most of the race and the last-lap clash was only the worst of several points of contact with the Briton after he came through the pack to challenge them in the latter stages.”So many times I nearly got tripped, nearly went down but thank God I did not go down,” Farah told the BBC in a trackside interview.”There were three or four times that I nearly went down. I’ve got long strides so it’s easy to catch. But I don’t know if (they) deliberately tried to take me out either. I don’t know what to think about it.”The reigning Olympic and world 5,000 and 10,000 metres champion has now won six straight distance titles at major championships going back to his second place in the longer event at the 2011 world championships in Daegu.advertisementHis season has been overshadowed by allegations in a BBC investigation linking his coach Alberto Salazar with doping. Salazar, also the coach of American Galen Rupp who finished fifth on Saturday, denies any wrongdoing.Although there has never been any suggestion that Farah has been guilty of doping, the Briton said the disruption had taken its toll on his preparations for Beijing.”It wasn’t easy to do after (the year) I’ve had,” he said. “I’ve just had to let my running do the talking and just keep winning medals. That’s what I’m good at.”It’s not easy running 27 minutes in this heat.”The last lap, that was close. I honestly thought at one point I was gone because I stumbled.”Farah will attempt to become the first man to do the 5,000-10,000 double at consecutive world championships at the Bird’s Nest Stadium next Saturday.