USA: Huntington Ingalls Industries’ Pascagoula Shipyard Wins USD 2.7 Million Grant for Project


first_img View post tag: USD View post tag: million View post tag: Huntington View post tag: wins Huntington Ingalls Industries’ Pascagoula shipyard won a $2.7 million grant for a project to improve shipyard welding and lower costs for th…(al)[mappress]Source: al, May 10, 2011; View post tag: shipyard May 10, 2011 View post tag: industries View post tag: grant Industry newscenter_img USA: Huntington Ingalls Industries’ Pascagoula Shipyard Wins USD 2.7 Million Grant for Project View post tag: Pascagoula View post tag: Ingalls View post tag: 2.7 View post tag: usa Back to overview,Home naval-today USA: Huntington Ingalls Industries’ Pascagoula Shipyard Wins USD 2.7 Million Grant for Project View post tag: project Share this articlelast_img read more

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard Bug Out As Mad Scientists In Video For New Single, “Cyboogie” [Watch]


first_imgAustralian psych-rock champions King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard are back with a new single which hears them going off in a new musical direction from the high-powered sound for which they’re typically known. The rock band, which released an impressive five full-length studio albums back in 2017, spent the last few days teasing the fact that new music would be arriving soon. They held true to their word on Thursday by sharing a strange but fun mix of high-energy new wave and 80’s electro-pop with their new single, “Cyboogie”.The single arrived first thing Thursday morning via Flightless Records, the same Melbourne, Australia-based indie label through which the band released Flying Microtonal Banana, Murder of The Universe, Sketches of Brunswick East, Polygondwanaland, and Gumboot Soup in 2017.The musical makeup of “Cyboogie” pulls in a mix of different elements ranging from electro-funk to climactic prog-rock. There’s also the whole sci-fi element attached to the core theme of the song, marking a new creative direction which the band has not previously explored. To add to the weirdness already established by the song itself, the band also shared a new video directed by Jason Galea. The visual accompaniment to “Cyboogie” takes viewers into some kind of retro science lab where the members of the band, who look like they’re bugging out on a wild LSD trip, spend the 6:47-minute video losing their minds on all the equipment.King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – “Cyboogie” – Official Video[Video: Flightless Records]“Cyboogie” is not available for streaming on Spotify or Apple Music, but fans can purchase a digital version of the new tune via their Bandcamp. The song will also be released as a physical 7″ single, which is scheduled to arrive for purchase this Friday, February 1st, at 9 a.m. The band did not state whether or not “Cyboogie” marks the start of a new album cycle, but considering their love for constantly releasing new music, fans should be optimistic that more freshly-baked tunes are on the way.King Gizzard hasn’t played a show since hosting their Gizzfest event in Melbourne back in early December of last year. The rock outfit currently doesn’t have any upcoming shows on their schedule, but if they are on the verge of launching into another album cycle, fans can likely hope to see them back on the road in America at some point this year.last_img read more

U.K.’s National Theatre Will Revive Alan Ayckbourn’s A Small Family Business; More Plays Announced for Upcoming Season


first_img Also, Delaney’s iconic A Taste of Honey, directed by Bijan Sheibani, will open at the Lyttleton Theatre on February 18 and play in repertory until May 11. Written by Delaney when she was 19-years-old, A Taste of Honey is the story of a working-class, adolescent girl and her relationships with the black sailor who gets her pregnant, the homosexual art student who moves into her apartment, her fun-loving, saloon-frequenting mother and Peter, her mother’s new husband. View Comments In addition, The Shed will house Michaela Coel’s one-woman show Chewing Gum Dreams, directed by Nadia Fall, from March 17 through April 5, and the return of Fall’s acclaimed play Home from March 26 through April 30. O’Casey’s rarely performed The Silver Tassie, directed by Olivier Award winner Howard Davies, will begin previews on April 15 at the Lyttelton Theatre. Set in Ireland during World War One, the play centers on a dashing football player (Ronan Raftery) who swaps his kit for a soldier’s uniform and heads for the trenches. Months later, Harry Heegan returns, a cripple at the football club party. Everyone but the shattered war veterans dances and forgets. Opening night of The Silver Tassie is scheduled for April 23. Olivier Award nominee Nigel Lindsay will star in a revival of Alan Ayckbourn’s A Small Family Business, directed by Adam Penford, at London’s National Theatre. The National’s upcoming season will also include a revival of Sean O’Casey’s The Silver Tassie, A Taste of Honey by Shelagh Delaney and more. Playing in the Olivier Theatre, Lindsay will star as Jack McCracken in Ayckbourn’s exposure of entrepreneurial greed that first premiered at the venue in 1987. Written during the height of Thatcherism, A Small Family Business tells the story of Jack’s journey from a man of principle to rampant self-interest and corruption with the discovery his extended family is no more than a group of thieves and adulterers. The play is set to begin performances April 1, with an official opening night scheduled for April 8.last_img read more