Record Store Day is fast approaching, giving independent record stores nationwide a chance to share some exclusive and limited edition releases to fans everywhere. With RSD set for April 16th, the organizers have shared the complete list of vinyl available for the musical holiday.The full list, which can be seen here, includes a number of intriguing options. As previously reported, Phish’s Hoist album will be featured as a “First Release” on RSD, though it will be available everywhere just one week later. A four-LP box set of the Grateful Dead’s live performance at the Passaic, NJ Capitol Theatre on 4/25/77 is an exclusive release for RSD, as are a number of David Bowie albums.Releases from The Doors, Bob Dylan, Miles Davis, Flaming Lips, Fleetwood Mac, Florence + The Machine, Jethro Tull, Rich Robinson, Sex Pistols, Talking Heads, The Weeknd, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Warren Zevon, Willie Nelson, Man Man, John Frusciante, Frank Zappa, Jimi Hendrix, Metallica, Sublime, Ramones and SO MANY MORE are all featured on the list.Be sure to head to your local record store on the 16th of April for this one-of-a-kind release day.
A French pension fund is seeking a manager for a €60m fixed income mandate, using IPE Quest.The pension fund behind search QN2091 said it aimed to invest €60m in global, developed-market, inflation-linked bonds.It said the core, actively managed strategy would be benchmarked against the Barclays Global Inflation-Linked Bond index, with a maximum tracking error of 5%.The fund said it would prefer for the assets to be held in a UCITS fund, fully hedged into euros, with no less than a 10% exposure to non-investment-grade assets. Applicants should have at least €500m in assets in similar mandates, and €1bn in assets under management across the company.Asset managers should also have at least a five-year track record.Applicants have until 5 August to submit proposals, stating performance net of fees to the end of June.The IPE news team is unable to answer any further questions about IPE Quest tender notices to protect the interests of clients conducting the search. To obtain information directly from IPE Quest, please contact Jayna Vishram on +44 (0) 20 7261 4630 or email [email protected].com.
Lee Dickson believes patience will be key when Northampton resume their European Champions Cup campaign against Treviso in Italy on Saturday. “It’s the beautiful thing about this competition, how competitive it is and how it has turned out now. It’s more competitive than it ever was, so you have to be on your game.” Liam Williams, Samson Lee and Jake Ball, who all featured in the Wales team that beat the Springboks last Saturday, return to Scarlets colours for their Pool Three appointment with Ulster in Belfast on Saturday. And the Ospreys are boosted by Wales quartet Dan Biggar, Rhys Webb, Scott Baldwin and Alun-Wyn Jones all featuring in the starting line-up against Liberty Stadium visitors and Pool Five leaders Racing Metro. “The right performance on Saturday can really open this pool up at the halfway stage, but we know it’s a big challenge,” Ospreys head coach Steve Tandy said. “We’ve talked all season long about pursuing excellence, and it’s on days like this that the one and two per cents can make a big difference.” Sunday’s Champions Cup action, meanwhile, sees English trio Leicester, Harlequins and Wasps all facing key encounters. After losing to the Scarlets in October, Pool Three hopefuls Leicester cannot afford to come unstuck against reigning European champions Toulon at Welford Road, and Wasps are already on the Pool Two ropes ahead of their trip to Castres due to successive defeats when they faced Leinster and Harlequins earlier this season. Leinster visit Quins for a first meeting since the infamous ‘Bloodgate’ scandal game five years ago when the English club faked a blood injury to wing Tom Williams in an attempt to get injured goalkicker Nick Evans back on the pitch. Leinster won the quarter-final clash 6-5, but the fall-out for Quins was significant as then rugby director Dean Richards landed a three-year worldwide coaching ban and the club received a £260,000 fine. The stakes will again be high at the Twickenham Stoop on Sunday, with both teams making the Pool Two running, locked on eight points each. Pool Four sees in-form leaders Glasgow visiting four-time European champions Toulouse, with the winners at Stade Ernest Wallon knowing they can take charge of a group that also includes Bath and Montpellier. Press Association “They are a big physical team, and they are very proud, especially at home. Italian teams are always like that. “It will be a very tough game, so we have to front up to the challenge. It’s all about patience and playing your own way and outworking them. Hopefully, you get your rewards in the final 20 minutes of each half.” Northampton are without star wing George North, who missed Wales’ autumn series finale against South Africa last weekend due to concussion, but returning England internationals Dylan Hartley, Courtney Lawes and Tom Wood all feature among the replacements. Aviva Premiership rivals Sale Sharks and Saracens meet in a Pool One encounter at the AJ Bell Stadium, with Saracens’ England prop Mako Vunipola making his first start of the season after recovering from injury and Owen Farrell featuring as inside centre outside a half-back combination of Charlie Hodgson and Richard Wigglesworth. But whatever happens in the Saracens game, twice European champions Munster will edge closer to a quarter-final place from Pool One if they beat Thomond Park visitors Clermont Auvergne on Saturday. The Irish heavyweights would also reach an impressive milestone – their 100th win in European competition – if they back up October victories over Sale and Saracens. “It’s non-negotiable – you have just got to win your home games,” Munster skipper Peter O’Mahony said. “Fear drives you on in European rugby. You have the first two games, you think you’re doing all right, and then all of a sudden it’s back-to-back games against Clermont. Saints recovered from an opening weekend loss to Racing Metro in October by beating Welsh challengers the Ospreys, and they will be expected to remain on a quarter-final course from Pool Five by claiming quickfire home and away victories over Treviso during the next eight days. “You can’t afford to lose more than one game if you want to finish as pool winners,” scrum-half Dickson said.
Image Courtesy: The Hindu/AFPAdvertisement 7sk9eNBA Finals | Brooklyn VssyWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Ebxuj( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 529cWould you ever consider trying this?😱87yCan your students do this? 🌚97ql6xRoller skating! Powered by Firework The number four position of Team India’s batting order was a variable spot among a number of batsmen, with prolonged debates and discussions on which run machine should be made permanent for the position. However, its now a territory marked by none other than Shreyas Iyer- the youngster who has sealed his no. 4 spot of the team thanks to consequent spectacular performances. However, getting picked for the spot wasn’t an easy task for Iyer- as he reveals what particularly grabbed the attention of the team selectors.Advertisement Image Courtesy: The Hindu/AFPIn a latest episode of Spicy Pitch, a web talk show by Cricbuzz, Shreyas Iyer recalled how he didn’t earn his place in the Indian squad, despite performing great in the Ranji trophy.“When I scored 1300 runs in the 2nd (domestic) season, I wasn’t picked in India team, where I was expected to be picked. I could see other players being selected and going beyond me, even though their performance wasn’t as great as me,” the Mumbai cricket team star said in the show.Advertisement Falling behind his domestic teammates in the pecking order, the 25 year old took the advice of the selectors, who informed him that Iyer’s minus point was his aggressiveness.He continued: “I felt I should go and ask the selectors what’s wrong in me. So, I went and asked, they said, ‘you’re over aggressive player. At the highest level, if someone bowls a good bowl to you, you won’t be able to survive at that stage’.”Advertisement “So, I thought, ‘let’s play the way they want you to, and try and see how it helps. So, I realised, if I stay longer, if I take some time… after that I became more consistent’,” Iyer added.At the end, following the valuable words of the selectors, Iyer finally made his debut for the Men in Blues in 2017, in a T20 against New Zealand. However, it wasn’t as exciting as the player himself thought it would be.“To be honest, I wasn’t that emotional, when I got the India cap. I felt I should have gotten it way before,” he concluded.Iyer has made 18 ODI and 22 T20 appearances for Team India, and has been brilliant in the recent Australia and New Zealand series, which has made his spot in the team sealed for the coming years.Also read-How Rahul Dravid reacted when Shreyas Iyer hit a last over six in a four-day match!Jasprit Bumrah urges India to support to PM Modi’s 9pm – 9 minute candle light show of strength Advertisement
By The Nelson Daily SportsOn paper, the L.V. Rogers Bombers should have no trouble dealing with the Mount Sentinel Wildcats.But that’s only on paper.Tuesday, at the South Slocan-based school gymnasium, the Cats gave the Bombers everything they could handle during a 75-62 loss to LVR in West Kootenay High School Boy’s Basketball action.LVR, coming off a lacklustre performance during the final game of the Fulton Maroons tournament Saturday in Vernon, continued to struggle early against the Wildcats.Paced by the all-around play from senior Steven Hernandez and Grade 11 forward Zach Grigg, the Wildcats took the early lead in the game.John Zak keyed the Bomber comeback to help the visitors to a 14-13 first quarter advantage.LVR increased the margin to 32-25 at recess.The Cats kept pace with the Bombers in the second half and trailed by only six points with 150 seconds left in the game.However, the hosts could not overcome the deficit before falling to the Bombers.Zak led the Bombers with 26 points while Clay Rickaby added 16.Replying for Mount Sentinel was Grigg with 22 points and Hernandez with 17.The Bombers return to action Thursday when the club hosts rival J. Lloyd Crowe Hawks of Trail at the Hangar.The Senior Girl’s tip off the two-game night at 5 p.m. with the boy’s tilt to follow at 6:30 [email protected]