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

Liu Xiang breaks Asian record in women’s 50m freestyle

first_imgBEIJING: Liu Xiang broke the Asian record in the women’s 50m freestyle as Olympic champion Sun Yang claimed a comfortable victory in men’s 400m freestyle at the FINA Champions Swim Series here on Saturday.China wrapped up four more golds on the second day and a total of nine gold medals from the two-day Champions Series in Beijing.Liu achieved the first gold for China on the second day of the Beijing leg and clocked 24.03 for a new Asian record, improving by 0.01 her performance on January 15. Ranomi Kromowidjojo, from the Netherlands, finished second in 24.38.“I did not expect to swim the Asian record and win all the four events I took from Shenzhen and Beijing leg. The results boost my confidence that I want to swim better at the Olympic Games,” said the 23-year-old.In the men’s 400m free, Sun dominated the race after 100 meters and won in 3:44.98, slower than his winning time in Shenzhen (3:44.07). Danas Rapsys of Lithuania came to third (3:49.62) behind Ji Xinjie (3:47.04).Yu Jingyao brought the third gold for China in the women’s 100m breaststroke in 1:07.18, and Yang Junxuan broke the Chinese national record by winning women’s 200m freestyle in 1:54.98.Japanese swimmers Ryosuke Irie took victory in men’s 200m backstroke (1:55.55) and former world record holder Ippei Watanabe took the gold in men’s 200m breaststroke (2:08.40).Hungarian Iron Lady Katinka Hosszu seemed rusty as she was denied by her teammate Liliana Szilagyi in the 200m butterfly (2:08.56) to (2:08.37) with the latter losing in her favored 200m individual medley (2:09.93) to Sydney Pickrem of Canada (2:09.26). AgenciesAlso Read: Korea Open: PV Sindhu, Saina Crash Out, Kashyap Advances to SurviveAlso Watch: Watch Bhogali Bihu preparation from Guwahati ahead ‘Uruka’ (Night before Magh Bihu)last_img read more