Sought after side man Asher Fulero is stepping out of the shadows and making his mark with a new band and a decidedly jammy sound. Having worked with dozens of artists in the studio and onstage Fulero has honed his keyboard skills to razor sharpness and it shows on his new live release, Airborne. Playing tunes from his band’s 2015 studio release, Catching Air, Fulero shows a dynamic sound and a deep commitment to musical exploration.Fans of his most visible current gig as part of the Emancipator live band will be pleased to hear elements of that sound present throughout the disc. To help celebrate the release, the band is releasing a series of videos from the show, all edited together by Fulero himself. “I taught myself Final Cut Pro and set out to edit all the footage together myself. I really enjoyed getting to learn another way to bring my music to the people,” said Fulero in a recent chat.Airborne (Live) was recorded at the venerable Goodfoot Pub & Lounge in Portland, Oregon, the band’s home base where their previous studio album was recorded. The show is a wild and exploratory take on the material, with each song well over ten minutes in length. ‘That’s what I love about the jam scene in articular, and why I wanted to form a jam project. Stretching things out, taking the time to find the magic in each piece, is extremely rewarding to me.”With the fourth video segment from the show launching this week and the album finally being made available to the public Asher is excited for fans to hear how the music translates to the stage. Luckily, you can listen and watch for yourselves!Here’s a link to the songs from Airborne, filmed live at the Goodfoot. Enjoy!Check out the Asher Fulero Band’s Bandcamp page for new tracks and tunes including this latest release!
Citizen protection is now the main focus of the Indonesian Embassy in Paris as the French government extended its confinement rules until next month to slow the spread of COVID-19.The nationwide lockdown to limit people’s mobility, in place since last month, has been extended until May 11 as France looks to build on the progress it has made in slowing down the virus spread.Indonesian Ambassador to France Arrmanatha Nasir said on Tuesday that protecting Indonesian citizens had been the main focus of the mission since the early outbreak of COVID-19 in the country. “The embassy’s hotline, website and social media are being fully utilized. We have also intensified our communication by using video conference platforms to monitor their condition and accommodate their needs,” Arrmanatha said.The embassy — collaborating with the PPI — has delivered personal protective equipment to those in need amid a scarcity of such equipment in Paris. It has also tried to obtain supplies of such equipment from outside France.The envoys also intensified their coordination with other groups of Indonesians, especially the elderly and other vulnerable citizens.So far, the embassy had helped 151 Indonesian crewmen get home after the cruise ships they had been working on stopped operations in France, the statement said.As of Tuesday, France has reported 137,877 cases of coronavirus with 14,967 deaths, according to data compiled by John Hopkins University.The Indonesian embassy said France’s containment rules had improved the situation. Although the tally of confirmed cases was still increasing, the growth rate had slowed down.Indonesia has reported no deaths of citizens in France. According to the embassy, Indonesians who have tested positive in France are currently in good condition, and some are starting self-quarantine and individual treatment.At least 373 Indonesians have tested positive abroad, with 15 cases ending in death, according to Foreign Ministry data from Tuesday.Topics : He said the Indonesian Embassy in Paris continued to operate even when other foreign missions had shut their offices, as it wanted to ensure that Indonesians in France get all the assistance they needed.“As per the direction from the Indonesian Foreign Minister [Retno LP Marsudi], protecting citizens amid the COVID-19 pandemic and France’s confinement policy have been the main focus of Indonesian diplomats in Paris,” Arrmanatha said in a statement on Tuesday.The embassy has been intensifying its coordination and communication with the Indonesian diaspora through multiple channels, such as Indonesian communities and the Indonesian Students Association (PPI) in France.Arrmanatha said he had been leading the coordination every day through various mechanisms, aside from providing updates about COVID-19.
Who needs acreage when you can live this close to New Farm Park.She said they liked that this home was smaller than their previous property, but that it was still a house. Interest had been very strong for the award-winning Mirvac home.The two-level house has high ceilings and sliding doors which open out onto the garden area, where there is a swimming pool. 7 Hopetoun Way, New Farm has sold for $2.15 million.HIGH end sales are continuing to set the tone for inner city New Farm, with the latest deal hotly contested.A four-bedroom home at 7 Hopetoun Way, New Farm has sold for $2.15 million.The sale of the property, which is just a few houses away from New Farm Park, was further evidence that the market was performing well, according to marketing agent Christine Rudolph of Ray White New Farm. 7 Hopetoun Way, New FarmMore from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus20 hours ago“It has definitely proved that premium locations will always attract premium prices,’’ she said.Ms Rudolph said the buyers were downsizing from an acreage property at Brookfield.“They did not want to go into apartment living,’’ she said. 7 Hopetoun Way, New FarmThere are formal and informal living spaces on the lower level while the bedrooms and a study nook are on the upper level.The main bedroom has a balcony with park views.