first_imgFlorence + The Machine made a stop at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center last night, with saxophone extraordinaire Kamasi Washington handling the evening’s opening duties. The British indie rock band is amidst a worldwide tour in support of their latest studio effort, High As Hope. Washington was a contributor on the recent album along with Jamie xx, Sampha, Tobias Jesso Jr., and Kelsey Lu.Florence + The Machine, led by frontwoman Florence Welch, opened up their set with “June” off of the new album, and mixed up new and familiar material all night. “South London Forever”, “Big God”, “Patricia”, “100 Years”, and “The End Of Love” were all played, also off of the new 2018 release, High As Hope. Fan-favorites “Delilah” and “What Kind Of Man” brought the set to a close, with the biggest surprise of the night coming next.For their encore, Florence + The Machine invited up Kamasi Washington along with his band mates, trombonist Ryan Porter and trumpeter Igmar Thomas, to assist the band on horns. Florence Welch and company opened up the encore with “Big God” off of High As Hope, and then brought the evening to a close with “Shake It Out”, the Grammy Award-nominated song off of Florence + The Machine’s 2012 sophomore album, Ceremonials.Watch fan-shot footage of Florence + The Machine with Kamasi Washington and company below:Florence + The Machine w/ Kamasi Washington, Ryan Porter, and Igmar Thomas – “Big God” – 10/9/2018[Video: Gregory Marcus]Earlier in the summer, Florence + The Machine stopped by SiriusXM to perform a special four-song series, as well as answer a variety of questions. Watch the in-studio performances of the band’s cover of Fleetwood Mac’s “Silver Springs” and the newly released tune “Hunger”.Florence + The Machine – “Silver Springs” (Fleetwood Mac cover)[Video: SiriusXM]Florence + The Machine – “Hunger”[Video: SiriusXM]Head to Florence + The Machine’s website for upcoming tour dates and ticketing information.[H/T Jambase]last_img read more

first_img 4SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr To increase auto loan growth and secure member loyalty, industry experts John Levy, executive vice president of Integrated Media Management (or IMM),Linden, N.J.; Marci Francisco, VP/automotive marketing and business development for CU Direct, Ontario, Calif.; and Drew Egan, president/chief operating officer for CU Solutions Group, a CUES Supplier member in Livonia, Mich., share their collective list of what not to do:Focus solely on loan origination. CUs should be looking at how to provide exceptional ongoing service to borrowers, and what these services can simultaneously do for members and employee productivity.Fail to offer self-service options. Enabling qualified borrowers to adjust their loan terms online is an easy, self-service option. Members can opt for this to increase monthly cash flow while CUs increase yield on a loan without extending additional funds.View the loan as a one-time transaction. Instead, see it as an extension of an ongoing relationship and evaluate ways to connect with members.Make the paperwork a hassle. Members will be more likely to exit the process or go elsewhere for their loan if completing, signing and submitting documents is a burden. continue reading »last_img read more

first_img8-6/18 Lenneberg St, Southport. 8-6/18 Lenneberg St, Southport.The three-bedroom residences are fresh to the market this week with a price tag from $689,000.“Billy is a budgeting mastermind while I consider myself better at the design aspect,” Mr Gloftis said.He described Southport as bursting with potential.“It’s connected to The Southport School, Ferry Rd and the Broadwater so you’ve got all these fantastic points around the property,” he said. 8-6/18 Lenneberg St, Southport.They feature dramatic voids, high ceilings and stone and timber finishes.Matt Gates from Ray White Sanctuary Cove and Clare Brettel from Ray White Southport are marketing the ultra-modern property which is attracting investors. The ultra-modern apartment block at 8-6/18 Lenneberg St, Southport, and (right) developers Simon Gloftis and Billy Cross. Race Day for Magic Millions at Gold Coast Turf Club. Photo of (L-R) Simon Gloftis, Billy Cross. Pic by Richard GoslingMore from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North3 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa22 hours ago“My favourite part about the design is the airy feeling you get on the top level, you can almost see the Broadwater and the breeze comes right through.” The property at 18 Lenneberg St stands out from its ’90s-era neighbours. According to CoreLogic the Gold Coast personalities bought the property for $1.275 million last year.Mr Gloftis said it wasn’t his first project and he was excited to sink his teeth into more. He had the help of his builder brother Jason Gloftis with his latest project. center_img 8-6/18 Lenneberg St, Southport.A LEADING Gold Coast restaurateur and a former Glitter Strip nightclub king may seem like unlikely developers but the pair have joined forces to build a stylish apartment block. Simon Gloftis, owner of Hellenika, partnered up with party king Billy Cross to build six townhouses at Southport. 8-6/18 Lenneberg St, Southport.The pair have now built 14 homes between Brisbane and the Gold Coast.“I love designing things and my brother Jason is a great builder so it is really handy having him,” Mr Gloftis said. “I am focused on my restaurant full time so I’ve trusted my brother to build something fantastic and he and I know his team at Gloffy Constructions know what they are doing. “Over the process he has called to ask if he can put this or that in and it has been expensive, but I would prefer we create a quality home.” The team has transformed the Southport property from tired old brick units into tri-level terrace homes.last_img read more

first_imgThe latest land release at Foreshore Coomera is ahead of schedule.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus17 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market17 hours ago“The majority of our customers at Foreshore Coomera are from the southeast Queensland region however we continue to receive inquiries from interstate buyers as far as Victoria, who are drawn by the affordability of land coupled with the region’s laid-back waterside lifestyle.”Mr Laner said the masterplanned community was a hive of construction activity, with the first residents expected to move in before the end of the year. FORESHORE COOMERA: An artist’s impression of community lake activity.Interstate buyers from as far away as Victoria are eyeing blocks at Foreshore Coomera on the Gold Coast.Stage nine of the Stockland development was recently fast-tracked to meet demand, with 12 new blocks now available. SOUTHEAST QLD ROOFTOP TRENDS SUPERTOWER SALES OFF TO FLYING START NEW TOWER TO SOAR OVER BURLEIGH Stockland Residential Communities acting Queensland general manager David Laner said the latest land release at Foreshore Coomera was ahead of schedule.Mr Laner said the community was proving popular with local and interstate buyers seeking a home surrounded by nature but close to shops, schools and cafes. Bernard and Sue Inglis with their son Brandon Inglis and his girlfriend Bo Sirilak Panjarak, at their Foreshore Coomera block of land.Future residents Sue and Bernard Inglis, who will move from Springbrook acreage, have been searching for an opportunity to downsize since 2014. >>FOLLOW EMILY BLACK ON FACEBOOK<< “We’ve been looking for the right home for many years and coming from Springbrook, we really loved the idea of being close to the conservation reserve, the parks, the river and the jetty,” Ms Inglis said. “The property we’re on now is just too much work.” center_img Foreshore Coomera offers opportunities to enjoy sailing, kayaking and fishing, along with trails for walking and cycling.Foreshore Coomera is 26km from the Gold Coast CBD, a short drive to the Coomera train station and within easy access to the M1.Land prices start from $309,900 for 350sq m.last_img read more