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Break Science Releases Chill Remix of Sonya Kitchell’s ‘Mexico’ [Listen]

Break Science Releases Chill Remix of Sonya Kitchell’s ‘Mexico’ [Listen]

first_imgAdam Deitch and Borahm Lee have done it again. Also known as Break Science, the dynamic duo have released a fresh new remix of Sonya Kitchell‘s “Mexico,”, from her January 2016 release We Come Apart. You might also recognize the vocalist from BreakSci’s 2013 album Seven Bridges, on “Breath of Space” and “Once In A While.”The vocals float upon a wave of synth-heavy, beat-breaking vibrations that bring you up in the clouds then straight back down to earth. Grab a pair of headphones and listen up for this one. The chill-factor is real. The impressive remix comes just a little over one month before Break Science heads to St. Augustine for a late night set at the inaugural Fool’s Paradise this April 1-2. The funk-fueled beach party includes Lettuce, GRiZ, Vulfpeck, Chris Robinson’s Soul Revue, The Nth Power, Goldfish, and more. Tickets are on sale now and available here. [Premiere via Dancing Astronaut]last_img read more

Tim Tunney takes second in Blue Hill Fun Run

Tim Tunney takes second in Blue Hill Fun Run

first_imgTim Tunney of Ellsworth finished second overall in Saturday’s Blue Hill Fun Run. PHOTO BY HUGH BOWDENScores of runners break from the starting line of the five-kilometer featured event at Saturday’s annual Blue Hill Fun Run, held collaboratively by Blue Hill Memorial Hospital and the Blue Hill YMCA. PHOTO BY HUGH BOWDEN The Blue Hill brother-sister duo of Jazzlynn and Haven Smith sprint across the finish line in the mile run at Saturday’s annual Blue Hill Fun Run event. Jazzlynn, 7, edged 9-year-old Haven to place first in the race, which preceded the five-kilometer main event. PHOTO BY HUGH BOWDEN123PreviousNextBLUE HILL — Tim Tunney of Ellsworth placed second at Saturday’s annual Blue Hill Fun Run 5K with a time of 18 minutes and 13 seconds.Leith Schmidt of the Bahamas edged Tunney for first, finishing in 17:46.Katie Schmidt of Durham, N.H., placed first of the women in 19:44.Some 150 runners crossed the finish line in the event sponsored by Blue Hill Memorial Hospital and the Blue Hill YMCA.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textlast_img read more

Alpena High School Students Honor Parkland, Florida Victims

Alpena High School Students Honor Parkland, Florida Victims

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisStudents and other members of the community gathered at the Alpena High School parking lot for a silent vigil Wednesday night.  Organizers wanted to provide a quiet space to commemorate the 17 lives lost at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Valentine’s Day. WBKB spoke with a sophomore at Alpena High, where she opened up and shared how the shooting affected her. Click the video for more details.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Couple Says ‘I Do’ on Valentine’s DayNext Art in the Loft Introduces New Facelast_img