Watch Vulfpeck Crushing ‘Game Winner’ In Newly Shared Video From The Studio

first_imgThe funk never stops with Vulfpeck. After thoroughly impressing fans with their 2015 album, Thrill of the Arts, the band has had a breakout 2016 with stops at festivals like Fool’s Paradise and Bonnaroo, with plans to perform at Red Rocks, Outside Lands, North Coast Music Festival and more coming up this summer.The band also continues to put out exciting content to entertain their fans, including this brand new video from their studio session recording the song “Game Winner.” With guest guitarist David T. Walker and vocalist Charles Jones, the energy level is at an all-time high in this exciting new video.Check out “Game Winner,” streaming below.last_img read more

PREMIUMIndonesia’s small banks still attracting investors despite growing risks

first_imgIndonesia’s small-scale banks are still attracting foreign investment despite rising concerns about the economic impacts of the emergency measures imposed by the government to halt the spread of COVID-19.Venture capitalist Patrick Walujo and former banker Jerry Ng, for example, have increased their stakes in publicly listed Bank Artos through a rights issue on April 2.Patrick’s stake in the bank through his Hong Kong-based Wealth Track Technology Limited was increased to 23.65 percent from 13.35 percent previously. In the meantime, Jerry’s stake in Bank Artos, owned through PT Metamorfosis Ekosistem Indonesia (MEI), rose to 66.7 percent from 37.65 percent.The moves were part of the investors’ plan to raise the bank’s classification from BUKU I, for banks with core capital below Rp 1 trillion (US$64.50 million), to BUKU II, for banks with core cap… Google Forgot Password ? Log in with your social account LOG INDon’t have an account? Register here Indonesia banking-industry small-banks acquisition foreign-investors Maspion-Bank OJK bank-artos Linkedin Facebook Topics :last_img read more

Fireworks Expected in Nnewi as Ifeanyiubah Takes on Rivers Utd

first_imgHead coach, Yaw Preko is spoilt for choice in a squad teeming with quality personnel.Captain Ikechukwu Ezenwa remains one of the best goalkeepers in West Africa while Valentine Nwabili, Onyekachi Akakem, Elu Wilson and Stephen Eze make up an extremely impregnable-looking ‘back four’.In Madrano Tamen, FCIU possess probably the most naturally-gifted playmaker in the land while Kone Yaya, Jimoh Oni, King Osanga and the enigmatic Prince Aggrey represent threats from midfield and up top.Seka Paschal and the Brazilian, Alberico Da Silva can also influence issues as impact substitutes while new addition, Ifeanyi Onuigbo comes with bags of experience.Rivers United forward, Maduabuchi Okereke knows the inner workings of FCIU quite well having played for the Anambra Warriors last term.He insists that the Pride of Rivers will be vanquished unless they play the perfect game on Wednesday.“I know most (of the FCIU) players very well and I have spoken to some ahead of this game.“They are eager to beat Rivers United just as they did last season and if we don’t play a perfect game, I don’t think we can avoid defeat because they are very determined and have very good players.“Last season, I played against Rivers United (in Nnewi) and I did well (he grabbed the assist for the first goll of the game that finished 2-0).“Now, I face my former club and my expectation is to do much better than I did last season,” he told the club’s official website, www.riversunitedfc.com.ng.While FCIU appears to be the overwhelming favourites on paper, United, unbeaten in their last NPFL matches, have been flying under the radar and quietly and effectively going about their business.The Port Harcourt club has been effective if not spectacular this term and is just one of three unbeaten sides in the NPFL.Wednesday’s game against FCIU however represents their sternest test thus far but club captain, Festus Austin is making the right noises and understandably so.“Last season’s visit to Nnewi was not a good one for us but we know what is at stake for us.“We just have to improve on our performances away from home.“The objective is to at least avoid defeat in Nnewi,” he said.Wednesday’s contest promises to be fascinating and intriguing; the force of nature up against the immovable object – surely, something has to give.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Another special treat awaits followers of the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) this afternoon as two of the most exciting sides in the land, FC Ifeanyiubah and Rivers United square up in one of the glamour ties of the round.The FC Ifeanyiubah Stadium, Nnewi is the arena for today’s game which will see two of Nigeria’s representatives in CAF’s inter-club competitions battle for supremacy.FC Ifeanyiubah’s home form is fearsome to say the least. They totally outclassed high-flying MFM FC 4-0 in the only game played in front of their vociferous supporters thus far.last_img read more

S’Africa Shocks Falcons in AWCON Opener

first_imgSouth Africa stunned the defending champions of the Africa Women Cup of Nations (AWCON), the Super Falcons 1-0 in the opening game in Ghana.The decisive moment of the match came five minutes from the end when Kgatlana‚ came off the bench to drill a volley into the back of the Falcons’ net after being set up by Jermaine Seoposenwe.The Nigerian ladies were guilty of wasting so many begging chances to take the lead and they were made to pay dearly for their wastefulness five minutes to full time when a stunning volley beat Nigerian goalkeeper for the lone goal of the match. It was South Africa’s second win over Nigeria in the history of the AWCON and Falcons are now condemned to win their rest games of Group B if they need to progress.The South African team had similarly defeated Falcons in the edition held in Equatorial Guinea.The win is a massive boost for the Bayana Bayana team in the quest for a place among the top three teams that will represent the continent at next year’s FIFA Women’s World Cup in France.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more