- published: 07 May 2015
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About a year ago, we started to wonder, "Where is this Nebraska guy?" He hadn't released any new music since the LP. We searched high and low an found his CONTACT. When we got in touch, he responded by paying us a visit, bringing us a couple pieces of vinyl (one of which made its way onto Eamon and Justin's Weekends and Beginnings Mix) and, thankfully, sending us a steady stream of unreleased music. A couple of those songs have become regular dance floor contenders, and we're very happy to say now that we've cut them to wax, and we're officially welcoming Nebraska into the Mister Saturday Night family. The EP is now available for purchase. You can order it at http://mister-saturday-night-records.myshopify.com/collections/frontpage/products/stand-your-ground-ep-nebraska
After rearranging our brains, and dance floors, with his Displacement LP on Rush Hour back in 2011, no stone went unturned in our efforts to find out just who was behind the Nebraska project. That search culminated last year with us pressing up his Stand Your Ground 12", and now, the London-based producer is back on Mister Saturday Night Records with the new three-track, sample-heavy EP, Look What You've Done To Me. The title track is a lush, deep house roller based around some balmy Rhodes chords and an infectiously bumping baseline, while the tunes on either side of that borrow as much from the skippy, spirited disco of last year's "Emotional Rescue" as they do from the more graceful end of the dub techno spectrum. There's something for pretty much every hour of the party here.
Hearts United for Animals is a national no-kill shelter, sanctuary and animal welfare organization dedicated to the relief of suffering. These dogs were rescued in from a mill in Nebraska in August of 2008. HUA specializes in long distance adoptions. Please visit all the dogs on the web at www.hua.org.
Hearts United for Animals is a no-kill shelter, sanctuary and animal welfare organization dedicated to the relief of suffering. We specialize in long distance adoptions. To check out all the dogs for adoption go to www.hua.org. This video contains footage of the arrival of Nebraska puppy mill dogs saved in August of 2008.
Nebraska's urban search and rescue team could be ready within hours to head south and help sort out the mess left by tornadoes Wednesday. So far, the team has not been put on stand by, but it has encountered devastation like this before.
most of this was done by memory so I hope I didn't forget anyone!! http://nebraskabordercollierescue.com
Eastminster by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100719 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
Seventy three tattered little dogs are in the care of the Nebraska Humane Society after local authorities confiscated them from overcrowded and unsanitary conditions at a Cortland, Nebraska rescue. Some were originally "rescued" from puppy mills, others were left by owners who could no longer afford their care. But the "rescuer" couldn't handle the numbers and quickly became overwhelmed. Now, tucked into clean kennels they will finally get the care they deserve--nutritious food, pain management, and treatment for lice, parasites and skin issues as they await their day in court. It could take months, and thousands of dollars to care for these little dogs who have had no one to champion them. Still, we couldn't turn our backs...can you ?
Hearts United for Animal recently removed several chihuahuas and chihuahua yorkie mixes from a home in Nebraska City. Dogs were living in filthy conditions. They were being bred over and over. Previous litters were reported to be sold to consumers with open sores from urine scalding, emaciated and some with parvo. The authorities stepped in to make sure dogs were cared for, the home was cleaned up and that children would not return until the living conditions were better. So far all of the darling babies are doing well, but they are being closely watched for signs of parvo. To inquire about adopting please visit our website at www.hua.org.