Aqueous Shares Oysterhead “Pseudo Suicide” Cover From Summer Camp [Pro-Shot]

first_imgAt last weekend’s annual Summer Camp Music Festival, Buffalo groove-rock quartet Aqueous delivered two top-notch late-nights sets. In particular, their first set on Friday, May 25th, created quite the buzz in their circle, in turn rippling out into the broader circle of jam fans.In addition to dusting off a cover of Eric Johnson’s instrumental “Cliffs of Dover” for the first time in 324 shows, the band debuted a new cover that knocked Summer Camp off its feet: “Pseudo Suicide”, the ominous opus by the short-lived supergroup trio, Oysterhead, comprised of Trey Anastasio (Phish), Les Claypool (Primus), and Stewart Copeland (The Police).With Dave Loss providing the Claypool portion of the vocals, Mike Gantzer handling Trey’s portion, and bassist Evan McPhaden and drummer Rob Houk powerfully recreating the song’s thumping rhythm section, Aqueous imbued their rendition with the same energy that Oysterhead lent it once upon a time. The Oysterhead cover—which they appropriately extended into nearly twenty minutes of dark, ethereal improv—was a thrilling callback to a brief, strange, and experimental moment in the careers of the three groundbreaking musicians who comprised the original trio. Notes Gantzer:Having been inspired by The Police, Phish, and Primus, when Trey Anastasio/Stewart Copeland/Les Claypool formed Oysterhead and released The Grand Pecking Order, we were all floored by its epic weirdness! It’s been on our radar for a few years to cover one of those tunes, but we needed a context that would allow us to drop that kind of darker, high-energy vibe that “Pseudo Suicide” carries. When we saw that both of our Summer Camp sets were at 2 am this year, we knew it was the perfect crowd and context to bust this one out for! Special shout out to one of our diehard AQ fans who pestered the band to cover Oysterhead, too.Typically, these late night festival sets remain the stuff of legend, but thanks to Bitz Productions, everyone can now relive Aqueous’ “Pseudo Suicide” cover in HD, pro-shot splendor. Watch the “epic weirdness” unfold below:Aqueous – “Pseudo Suicide” [Oysterhead cover, Pro-Shot][Video: AqueousBand]Setlist: Aqueous | Summer Camp Music Festival | Chillicothe, IL | 5/25/18Set: Cliffs of Dover [1] > All In, Aldehyde > Underlyer [2] > Pseudo Suicide [3] > Origami [4]NOTES: [1] 324 show gap | [2] XXXplosive teases (Dr.Dre) | [3] Oysterhead Cover, First Time Played | [4] Alternate ‘Slowgami’ versionOn Saturday, June 9th, Aqueous will head to Denver, CO’s storied Bluebird Theater for a headlining performance featuring support from Colorado’s own Evanoff. To grab your tickets for this landmark show, head here.last_img read more

Former MCSO Deputy Arrested For Alleged Bogus Drug Busts

first_imgA former Martin County deputy, 29 year old Steven O’Leary, is under arrest and facing multiple charges including: official misconduct, false statements, tampering with evidence, false imprisonment, petit theft and battery for questionable drug arrests. #BREAKING: Former Martin County deputy arrested after bogus drug busts, faces multiple charges https://t.co/awsXgsRc1A— WPTV (@WPTV) July 30, 2019 In January, investigators said then Deputy O’Leary claimed to find illegal drugs during traffic stops but the substances involved were not actually narcotics. A Regional Crime Lab determined one of the substances was a powder commonly used to treat headaches, and another was a sand-based material containing no narcotics.O’Leary had been with the Martin County Sheriff’s Office since February 2018. He was fired from the Martin County Sheriff’s Office in January when the State Attorney’s office found problems with three of O’Leary’s cases. In June, 20 people announced they were filing a lawsuit against the Martin County Sheriff’s Office and O’Leary for the questionable drug arrests.State prosecutors are looking into 80 of O’Leary’s drug arrests over an 11-month period.Attorney Lance Richard says the 20 people he represents for the pending lawsuit all had their charges dropped.last_img read more