When we last spoke to John Morgan Kimock, the drummer was gearing up to debut his exciting new project JMMY. Though Kimock is part of a number of bands, including that of Mike Gordon and K I M O C K, a project with his father Steve Kimock, JMMY is something totally unique. “JMMY is like an incubator for me to re-establish some of my core musicality that I feel like I didn’t get to work on as much as I would have liked to in the past.”After sharing the debut JMMY track “Low Lands” earlier this year, the collaboration between Kimock and Alex Luquet is pushing forward with a brand new music video. Titled “Telephone,” the new song and video takes a look at our generation’s obsession with phones. “The video came about with my bud Jason Gallagher just hearing the track, and putting it together with a library of telephone related footage that he had been collecting. He has a good eye for these types of audio/visual connections,” said Kimock.“I sort of see hints of the whole telephone addiction in there, which is starting to bubble up as an actual thing in today’s society.”We’re excited to premiere the new video! Produced by Todd Shied and directed by Jason Gallagher, watch “Telephone” streaming below.Kimock is keeping busy throughout the remainder of 2016, playing shows with all of his projects at different times. JMMY kicks off a run of shows throughout the Northeast this week, and the band will be joined by Justin Mazer (American Babies) for every show of the run! The drummer will also be touring with Mike Gordon and K I M O C K throughout October and November. Check out the full tour schedule below!JMMY DatesOctober 5 – Bishops Lounge Northampton MA w. Beau SasserOctober 6 – Burlington VT – TBAOctober 7 – The Funhouse Bethlehem PA w. DJ DiscreetOctober 8 – River St. Jazz Cafe w. Wayne KrantzMike Gordon Dates11/18 – Delmar Hall, St. Louis, MO11/19 – Majestic Theatre, Madison, WI11/20 – Park West, Chicago, IL11/22 – Stage AE, Pittsburgh, PA11/23 – Town Ballroom, Buffalo, NY11/25 – Higher Ground, Burlington, VT11/26 – The Egg, Albany, NY11/28 – Union Transfer, Philadelphia, PA11/29 – Lincoln Theatre, Washington, DC12/01 – Orange Peel, Asheville, NC12/02 – Cannery Ballroom, Nashville, TN12/03 – Variety Playhouse, Atlanta, GA12/09 – The Sinclair, Cambridge, MA12/10 – The Sinclair, Cambridge, MA12/11 – The Sinclair, Cambridge, MAKIMOCK DatesOctober 26 – The HopMonk Sebastopol CAOctober 27 – Arcata Theatre Arcata CAOctober 28 – Rogue Theatre Grants Pass OROctober 29 – Aladdin Theatre Portland ORJan 12 – Club Quattro – Osaka JPJan 14 – Unit Tokyo JPJan 15 – Yokohama Bay Hall Yokohama JP
Investigators are reporting that they believe they have found the body of the murder suspect who opened fire inside of a Under Armour store, killing a coworker.The discovery of the body was made Friday morning in Fort Pierce, Florida.Authorities say a jogger noticed what is believed to be the body of 46-year-old Daniel Everett inside of a Kia Sorento at the Harbour Isle Marina and contacted police.After a preliminary investigation, authorities say they are confident that the deceased is Everett, who shot and killed 37-year-old Eunice Vazquez inside the store at the Orlando International Premium Outlets Monday after being fired earlier that day.Police also say Everett also had a list of targets whom he may have believed made complaints about him and cost him is job.The other names on the list were reported safe.Authorities are conducting a cause of death investigation to determine in what manor Everett died.Some news outlets are reporting that Everett may have committed suicide, however, that has not been confirmed.
SUBSCRIBE TO US First Published: 22nd December, 2019 08:51 IST Press Trust Of India Last Updated: 22nd December, 2019 08:51 IST Gujarat Giants Rally To Claim Top Honours In Big Bout Indian Boxing League Gujarat Giants, led by skipper Amit Panghal, pulled off a come-from-behind 4-3 victory over Punjab Panthers in a high-voltage final to win the inaugural IBL COMMENT Written By Gujarat Giants, led by skipper Amit Panghal, pulled off a come-from-behind 4-3 victory over Punjab Panthers in a high-voltage final to win the inaugural Big Bout Indian Boxing League here on Saturday. Darshana Doot (women’s 51kg) and Youth Olympic Games gold medallist Abdulmalik Khalakov (57kg) scored well-crafted victories to put Panthers 2-0 ahead, but the Ashish Kulheria (69kg) and Panghal (52kg) hauled the Giants back on track in the pulsating final. The spirited and efficient Sonia Lather’s split verdict win against legendary Sarita Devi in the classic women’s 60kg bout took the Panthers one victory away from the crown.READ | Anthony Joshua Makes It Clear That He Is Ready To Fight Deontay WilderGujarat Giants rally to claim top honoursBut the Giants’ heavyweight import from Scotland, Scott Forrest dished out a gutsy show to take the contest into the final bout of the boxing extravaganza. Ashish Kumar then beat Yashpal in the climactic 75kg battle as Gujarat Giants took home the winners’ trophy. Ashish made use of his superior bodyweight and ring-craft to give Yashpal a few lessons. To the credit of the Indian Universities 69kg champion, he took the punishment pretty well and stretched Ashish into the third round.Earlier, a string of three losses did not deter the left-handed Darshana Doot when she stepped into the ring on Saturday night. She had been roped in when Punjab Panthers skipper MC Mary Kom faced a back problem. From the first moment, she showcased her eagerness to sign off with a win against Rajesh Narwal. She executed her plans well and exerted her domination to secure a 4-1 verdict.READ | Nikhat Zareen To Take On Mary Kom For Olympic Qualifier TrialsThe twinkle-toed and supremely confident Khalakov, who had lost to Chirag in the league stage, came with a specific plan. He lost no time in landing punches, taking Chirag by surprise to make a strong impression on the judges in the opening round. The Indian clawed back with counter-attacking tactics in the second round, forcing Khalakov to back-pedal in defence.However, the young Uzbek star was ready with his own tactics in the final round, cramping Chirag’s hooks and using a combination of jabs and uppercuts to complete a unanimous verdict. The manner in which he controlled the pace of the bout was admirable and he deserved to celebrate with a couple of back-flips when the result was announced. Asian Championship medallist Ashish Kulheria’s win against the evergreen Manoj Kumar did not come as a surprise since the Panthers’ star was fighting his second strenuous bout inside 24 hours. READ | Nikhat Zaren Selected For Boxing Trials Of Olympic Qualifiers To Be Held From 27 DecemberKulheria moved deftly through the bout in which Manoj could not find the rhythm or the space that he was looking for to make an impression on the judges. Panghal walked in as favourite to beat PL Prasad a second time in the Big Bout and he crafted a unanimous victory. Prasad’s challenge was greater since he had to work harder in the ring to make an impression on the judges against a boxer who used his technique with great efficiency and productively.Sonia Lather beat Sarita Devi in an intense battle that was as much with the mind as with the gloved fists. In what was the best contest of the night, Sonia Lather did well to gain the upper hand in the first round. She stayed in front, though the vastly experienced Sarita Devi was not giving up till the last moment. With his team facing a do-or-die situation, Scott made light of a bleeding cut on his temple early in his fight to eke out a very important win. He was light on his feet and landed heavy punches through the slightest of gaps in the Indian heavyweight’s guard and emerged a comfortable winner in the end.READ | Gill Sizzles On Day 1 As INRC Set For Exciting Finish FOLLOW US LIVE TV WATCH US LIVE