Funksters Vulfpeck continue to impress fans with their infectious live energy, tight-knit musicianship and humorous personas. The Ann Arbor, MI band hit the local Live On Washington Festival, playing an hourlong set that featured some of their best works like “Christmas In L.A.,” “Funky Duck” and more.The band also had vocalist Antwaun Stanley sit in throughout the set, and he lent his vocals to a version of Stevie Wonder’s “I Wish” for the performance. They also worked in a cover of Steely Dan’s “Peg” as the encore, playing with keyboardist Ian Finkelstein on the Rhodes.Thanks to DSA, we have full set video to share with soundboard audio. Tune in below!1. introduction by Neutral Zone LOW curators 00:00 (video begins 24 secs after audio)2. Outro – with Matthew Setzler, alto sax 01:113. Fugue State 05:434. Rango 08:325. My First Car 12:116. Back Pocket – with Jesse Clayton, keys 17:077. Smile Meditation – with Tyler Duncan, Irish whistle 22:458. Funky Duck – with Antwaun Stanley, vocals 28:119. 1612 – with Antwaun, and Ian Finkelstein, keys 32:5010. Wait for the Moment – with Antwaun 37:4011. Christmas in LA 42:1312. Beastly 48:2013. It Gets Funkier — 54:1214. I Wish – with Antwaun 57:1615. encore: Peg – with Ian Finkelstein, Rhodes 1:02:20[H/T JamBase]
Ghana President, H.E. John Mahama will host the bronze-winning Black Maidens squad to his office at the Castle in Osu, Tuesday afternoon.The women’s U-17 team were accorded a big welcome after arriving in the country Monday evening from the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup Azerbaijan 2012.Sports Minister, Hon. Clement Kofi Humado announced the decision to the President to receive the Black Maidens to his office on their arrival.“His Excellency John Mahama wants to meet you at the Castle. We are all happy with what you did,” the Sports Minister said.“Government will announce its package to you at the meeting. We were hoping that you would bring the gold but we are happy that you placed yourself up in the medal zone.“And as the first African side to win a medal, you are conquerors of Africa.” The Black Maidens beat Germany 1-0 to finish third last Saturday and their feat which handed them bronze is Ghana’s best-ever finish at a FIFA women’s competition and the furthest by any African side at the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup.