Trump: Democrats want to ‘abolish the suburbs’

President Donald Trump echoed recent claims that Democrats want to “abolish the suburbs,” while speaking in Midland, Texas on Wednesday. (July 29)

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Texas attack draws intertwined cities even closer

A mass shooting has brought the two intertwined West Texas cities of Midland and Odessa even closer together. (Sept. 4)

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Country stars react to CMA noms, hosts

Jimmie Allen, Morgan Wallen and Midland talk about Country Music Association Awards nominations and the all-female show hosts this year. (Aug. 29)

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The ‘stache is back: Country stars debate facial hair

(29 Jul 2018) What’s old is new again, as contemporary country stars like Midland and Old Dominion are bringing back the mustache to country music. (July 29)

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Roy Moore Watched Football Instead Of Campaigning This Weekend (HBO)

MIDLAND, Alabama — Either Roy Moore is definitely going to win the Alabama special election Tuesday or Doug Jones is going to pull off an upset win that would have seemed unfathomable months ago when the race to replace Jeff Sessions in the Senate got underway.

That’s it. That’s the news.

At the wire, no one is really sure what’s going to happen. A big public poll from Fox News put Jones, the Democratic nominee up 10 points Monday. But a source close to the Moore campaign told VICE News that the Republican nominee’s recent internal polling showed Moore up 5-7 points. Other public polls backed up a Moore lead.

Moore held a rally with Steve Bannon, Louis Gohmert and Sheriff David Clarke (among other notable conservative stars) here Monday night. It was the most active campaigning Moore had done for days — over the weekend, he wasn’t even in the state of Alabama. He was in Philadelphia watching the Army-Navy game.

Jones’ weekend couldn’t have been more different — he pushed hard, bringing in national Democratic surrogates and sending canvassers fanning out across places Democrats need to turn out if they want to win.

It’s a tale of two strategies. Moore’s is similar to President Trump’s: big events, not much traditional campaigning. Jones’ is more like a traditional campaign: a big Get-Out-The-Vote push.

Which will work? We’ll find out tomorrow.

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Pedestrian & Jasperdrum – Kalakuta (Alix Perez Remix)

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Continuing a strong line of afro inspired works, men like Pedestrian & Jasperdrum drop another scintillating technoid excursion on 2nd Drop. Deeper, moodier with dynamically carved esoteric angles, ‘Origins’ moves forward from the superb Kalakuta, the afrobeat meets bass music bomb supported by Giles Peterson, Scuba, Midland, Mr Scruff and many more, from last year, to deliver a heads down destroyer. Off kilter, wonky and expertly crafted, Pedestrian & Jasperdrum’s ‘Origins’ is pure class, led by a host of syncopated percussion, haunting flute lines and distorted vocal samples, this is what Fela would have sounded like if he’d teamed up with Carl Craig in 2014!

On the flip we welcome Alix Perez, best known for his DnB production, but widely talented as shown by his Arp101 outings on the likes of Eglo. Here, Alix takes the tools to Kalakuta, transforming the original’s afrocentricity into a tense, punchy roller, dominated by a bass line that literally jumps in to your ears. Toss in a stabby synth line, rifle shot drums and plenty of bass with space, this a beautifully crafted refix.

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