The guitarist and producer Marvel Years (also known as Cory Wythe) has been witnessing a meteoric rise within the electro-soul and glitch-hop dance scene as of late. Marvel Years stands out from the rest of the pack because of his unique sound, which fuses his masterful and soulful guitar stylings with his characteristic sound that draws on glitch, retro-funk, classic rock, soul, jazz, hip-hop, and more. Since bursting onto the scene a few years ago, the young producer has earned the support of big names such as Pretty Lights and GRiZ.Today, Marvel Years is releasing a brand new single titled “Bigger Than We Feel” featuring rapper and vocalist JuBee. Like Marvel Years, the charismatic Colorado-based rapper is similarly quickly gaining fame within the EDM scene, with his patented throwback sound that fuses 1970’s funk with progressive southern rap securing him sit-ins with Pretty Lights at The Gorge and Northerly Island and Michal Menert at Red Rocks. “Bigger Than We Feel” is an uplifting and inspiring effort from the two rising stars. JuBee’s catchy and confident vocals pair perfectly with Marvel Year’s expertly produced and laidback electro-soul groove, with all the parts coming together to create a tune that’s a true pleasure to listen to.As Marvel Years told Live For Live Music about the new number, “The lyrics in this track really speak for the times. It’s an uplifting tune with a positive message inspiring personal and emotional growth. Despite the chaos we’ve been seeing around the world and how that makes us feel, we need to realize that we’re all a little bigger than we feel and we all play an important role into shaping our future.”Live For Live Music is proud to premiere Marvel Years new collaboration with JuBee, “Bigger Than We Feel”, below. For more information on Marvel Years, you can head over to his website here. For more information on JuBee, check out his Facebook page. “Bigger Than We Feel” is now available on all streaming services here. Enjoy the Spotify stream, and the lyric video below!
Radio NZ News 7 September 2020Family First Comment: Thank you Vicki for your bravery and your conviction!“Vicki’s greatest fear is that people will feel pressured to end their lives earlier than they need to. “The coercion thing is one of biggest concerns for me about this bill, people say it wouldn’t happen – well we already have an elderly abuse problem in this country. So I already know what I feel like, like my family don’t make me feel like a burden, but I also feel like a burden sometimes and I’m not getting that pressure.”Protect.org.nzA woman dying of cancer is urging New Zealanders to ‘pull the plug’ on the proposed euthanasia law, saying people could be coerced into an early death.The public will be asked to vote yes or no to the End of Life Choice Act, in a referendum on election day.The Act would allow terminally ill people who are given six months or less to live and who are experiencing unbearable suffering, the option of medically assisted dying.Vicki Walsh, who is now 53, was diagnosed with Glioblastoma Multiforme in June 2011.The aggressive brain cancer is nicknamed ‘The Terminator’ and those who have it typically die within 14 months of diagnosis.But nine years later, Vicki is still around, living near Palmerston North with her husband and two adult children.She has been taking the drug Avastin – which has cost her $24,000 – and the mass in her brain has halved.“I was always told there was nothing more that could be done,” she said. “So in eight years, nine years, things have changed, so I got another surgery, I got radiation and now we’re having this drug that we’re paying for.”But there was a moment after her diagnosis where she felt helpless and depressed.She said she watched people, who were battling the same illness overseas, choose euthanasia and felt she should take her own life.“I actually felt kind of gutless, I was looking at my husband and we were trying to keep life normal and I had a bit of a stroke and it ended up really, really big and I just felt that this is it for me,” she said.“It had been several weeks, it wasn’t just an overnight thing, and I just thought, if this is how it’s going to be, I don’t want to live like this anymore.”But Vicki changed her mind in the last moment.Had she gone through with it, she said she would have missed out on watching her grandchildren grow up.“If you’d asked me if I want to live like I am now, I would have viewed my life 15 years ago as not having much of a quality of life now” she said. “I love my life, you know, I love my life.”Vicki said she didn’t want to see people suffer, but felt the End of Life Choice Act was not watertight.READ MORE: https://www.rnz.co.nz/national/programmes/checkpoint/audio/2018762966/i-feel-like-a-burden-sometimes-dying-woman-urges-public-to-say-no-to-euthanasia
Dawson Creek RCMP are searching for suspects in a break and enter in the Canalta area of the city.RCMP officials say an unknown number of people broke into a newly built house late Friday evening.The group drank alcoholic beverages and then caused extensive damage to the home, which has been estimated at between $30,000 and $50,000.- Advertisement -Police say the homeowners are no longer able to move into their house until repairs to the home are completed.Anyone with information in regards to this incident is asked to contact the Dawson Creek RCMP detachment at 250-784-3700 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.