Summertime videos are rampant but this week Chromeo ups the ante and TRUMPS once again with their incredible video for ‘Don’t Turn the Lights On’! Director Keith Schofield (did the infamous Charlotte Gainsbourg/Beck clip) turns the duo’s atmospheric funk ballad into a surrealist “thriller”. Their album Business Casual drops 9/14 on Atlantic.
The long weekend is just around the corner, and Canon has the perfect accessory for your beach adventures-the PowerShot D10 waterproof digital camera. If you are covering any outdoor activities happening this Civic holiday, the PowerShot D10 would make a great sidebar. It’s great for any outdoor excursions, whether it be a trip to the beach or a poolside bbq. Capture all of your underwater fun with this durable digital camera, that is not only waterproof, but freezeproof and shockproof as well. It’s the ideal companion to record all of your wild and memorable experiences, and won’t succumb to the elements. This unique camera is waterproof down to 33 feet, so you can take it scuba diving, snorkelling or surfing. It can withstand extreme temperatures ranging from -10 to 40 degrees Celsius, and is shockproof up to 4 feet. The Canon PowerShot D10 is available in a silver/blue combo. Suggested retail price: $379.99
Rap veteran Greg Nice (of seminal Bronx duo Nice & Smooth) returns to the game this summer withPopcycle, his first solo album and an induction of sorts into the realm of modern club music. First single “Mothef#ck@” already has a video sporting cameos from a litany of important DJs new and old, among them Fool’s Gold’s Nick Catchdubs, who also assembled this sub-rattling, Baltimore flavored refit. We wish you the best of luck in expelling its drawl-mouthed hook from your brain.
NIKE BLESSED US WITH A VERY LIMITED DELIVERY OF THE AIR JORDAN XIII (13) PREMIO’S FROM THE BIN 23 COLLECTION. THESE XIII’S WILL MARK THE THIRD RELEASE IN THE JORDAN BIN 23 COLLECTION AND ARE LIMITED TO ONLY 1,734 PAIRS WORLD WIDE. THIS JORDAN IS COMPRISED OF PREMIUM MATERIALS WHICH INCLUDE PLUSH BURGUNDY SUEDE AND RICH TAN NUBUCK ON THE UPPER, WHITE TUMBLED LEATHER IS USED ON THE TONGUE AND TOE BOX WHERE THE BIN 23 SEAL OF APPROVAL IS PLACED PROUDLY FRONT AND CENTRE. BOTH SHOES COME WITH THEIR OWN BIN23 CARRYING BAG AS WELL AS CUSTOM AIR JORDAN CEDAR SHOE TREE’S TO HELP KEEP THAT CRISP FORM INTACT.
|Str8 Killa No Filla mixtape dropped today:
Str8 Killa EP Pre-order link (out this coming Tuesday):
The Dandy Warhols’ second album, …The Dandy Warhols Come Down, fades out with an ethereal song; six minutes of day-dreamy, atmospheric guitar based bliss. Born out of their guitarist messing around with a lot of pedals in different configurations just making noise, they recorded it with engineer Tony Lash who promptly slapped the label “Pete International Airport” on it. Ever since that day, Peter Holmstrom has known what his solo project would be titled.
When Holmstrom started playing in The Dandy Warhols, he admits that his talent on the guitar was limited. 15 years on, it’s obvious that his guitar sound holds massive influence over countless other bands. Ranging from neo-psych, spaced-out garage and fuzzy goth, just listen to any psych rock album from this decade and you’ll hear echoes of Holmstrom. Having sold tons of records and touring the world countless times with The Dandy Warhols, Pete International Airport sees Holmstrom stepping out as a band leader for the first time.
Writing predominantly on guitar, Holmstrom, culled his favorite noisy, droney, and atmospheric jams he’d written for the project. With help from friends in the Brian Jonestown Massacre, the Warlocks, Highway, The Upsidedown, M. Ward’s band and Australia’s Even, he holed up in the Dandy Warhol’s recording studio, The Odditorium. The resulting album highlights Holmstrom’s guitar work at it’s finest. Songs like “Repeater” soar into space, dripping with hints of Spacemen 3 while “21 Days” pummels like a lost Primal Scream burner. Nods to past stop there though, as Holmstrom, with the help of The Upsidedown’s Jsun Adams on vocals, stretches the guitar compositions into a lush, fully realized album that cycles though acid-fueled stompers, drenched with feedback and strangeness (“New Eastern”), to melodic love songs (“Sweetheart Tattoo”) and closing with the beautiful and dreamy send off “I Care”.
Pete International Airport steps into the spotlight and showcases an artist at his finest and most experimental. From now on, there are few people that will refer to Peter Holmstrom as “just the guitarist.” Pete International Airport is available from Custom Made Music on September 21st, 2010.
Click to preview the lead single: “21 Days”
Hot or cold? Green or red? Infinity or plunge? The swimming pool has come a long way since the ancient Greek and Roman baths. From an urban concrete jungle to a lush hillside in Asia, Design Hotels™ presents four hotel pools ideal for sunbathing, socializing and of course, swimming! For an eye-catching pool in a vibrant colour Alila Ubud offers an emerald-green infinity pool above a dramatic river valley in Bali. In Koh Samui The Library’s vivid red pool is the place to see and be seen, with an enviable location next to the popular Chaweng beach. For a stylish pool party The Standard, Downtown LA’s rooftop hosts weekend pool parties complete with DJs and underwater LED lighting. Lastly Habita Monterrey in Mexico offers two rooftop pools – one cold, and one hot – so bathers can cool off, or heat up while taking in stunning views of the city and the surrounding mountains.
The Library, Koh Samui, Thailand
Just a few steps from Chaweng beach, The Library’s vivid red pool is one admired by guests and passersby alike. Made using mosaic Italian glass tiles in red, yellow and orange, the pool is set on the beachfront and is surrounded by a wooden deck with red mattresses and black bean bags. Guests are welcome to choose from the poolside menu, or take a book from the hotel’s impressive white library complex adjacent to the pool. At night the underwater lights transform the swimming pool in to a dazzling spectacle and provide the perfect backdrop to dinner or drinks in the restaurant and bar next door. The Library was recently voted as one of the top 10 amazing worldwide hotel pools by TripAdvisor in 2010.
The Standard, Downtown LA, United States of America
The rooftop pool at The Standard, Downtown LA is part of one of Los Angeles’ most coveted nightlife hotspots. Situated on the rooftop of the twelve-storey hotel in Downtown LA, the pool has panoramic views of the city. On the opposite side of the terrace there is sculptured topiary, an open fireplace, dancefloor and bar. The turquoise heated pool stands out sharply against the deep red Astroturf of the surrounding sundeck, where there are also bright red water-bed canopies for up to ten. The bar and dancefloor creates a fun and bustling space where nightly international DJs play to a fashionable crowd. The rooftop area can also be hired exclusively for events for up to 240 people, making it ideal for anything from corporate functions to editorial shoots.
Alila Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
Cited as one of the most beautiful pools in the world, the infinity pool at Alila Ubud boasts a spectacular location perched on a terrace floating above the lush Ayung River valley. The pool spreads out to form an elongated rectangle until it seems to disappear down the terraced jungle hillside. A daily afternoon tea of traditional local sweets is served by the pool, where guests can relax on sun beds shaded by large Balinese umbrellas. In addition to its 58 rooms, the hotel has four Valley Villas on stilts with wooden decks and four Pool Villas providing seclusion with a private pool.
Habita Monterrey, San Pedro Garza Garcia, Mexico
With different views and contrasting temperatures the two pools at Habita Monterrey cater to all tastes and weather conditions. The hot pool is heated to 90 degrees Fahrenheit, making it ideal for a dip in the winter months. There is also a cold pool which is great for cooling off during the summer when temperatures rise. Situated on either side of the eighth floor roof terrace with 360-degree views over the desert metropolis and Sierra Madre, the pools are divided by a chic concrete bar. The bar can cater to up to 80 people and is open for snacks and cocktails from 10am to 2am. On one side there is a view over Sierra Madre and its eponymous Cerro de la Silla, known as the Chair Mountain, whilst on the opposite side there is a view of the El Obispado, a green mountainous area.
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The pop star Mariah Carey is the newest guest from “Os Independentes”, group that organizes the “Festa do Peão de Barretos” to make the opening concert of the 55th edition of the Rodeo Festival, on August 21, Saturday. The concert is the most expected attraction of the entire history of Barretos’ stadium. Mariah’s presence will fill all 50,000 seats available.
The singer won the most important music industry awards, including five Grammy’s and eight American Music Awards. She has been part of the team of great artists who have performed at the stages of the Cowboy Festival such as Garth Brooks in 1998, Allan Jackson in 1999, Reba McEntire in 2000, A-ha and Gloria Gaynor in 2002.
Oldest and largest in Latin America, the Rodeo Barretos lasts 10 days and has cultural attractions, sports and dining attractions in a complex of two million square meters. Part of its income is donated to the Barretos’ Cancer Hospital, in Portuguese know as “Hospital do Câncer de Barretos”, reference in oncology in Brazil, which has partnerships with the Mayo Clinic, MD Anderson and St. Judes Hospital.
Almost a million people from all over Brazil and also from foreign countries will visit the town in August to check the show closely.
Just wanted to send you the second mixtape in my “Summer Blends” series. This one is called “Club Edition”. It’s current club music (Hip Hop/R & B/Dancehall). Scratched, mixed & blended by yours truly.
iPod/iPhone version (ID, tracked + Artwork) http://agile.podomatic.com/entry/2010-07-26T19_18_45-07_00
In less than seven weeks, the epic battle for humanity’s survival will begin with the launch of the most anticipated game of 2010, “Halo: Reach.” To prepare the millions of fans worldwide awaiting the prequel to the blockbuster “Halo” trilogy, Bungie and Microsoft today released a stunning new trailer that offers a glimpse of the heroic themes and non-stop action in the most ambitious campaign in “Halo’s” history. Featuring a stirring sample of the original score by famed “Halo” composer Marty O’Donnell, the breathtaking trailer showcases several dramatic sequences from the game, including the Covenant invasion of the planet Reach and Noble Team’s effort to take the fight from the planet’s surface to space.
The debut of the new campaign trailer follows a slew of exciting “Halo: Reach” announcements at Comic-Con last week, including the world premiere of two brand new multiplayer experiences in “Halo: Reach”: Forge World and Firefight Versus. Forge World is a vast new environment in “Halo: Reach” with unlimited creative potential that will allow players to create and share their unique map designs over Xbox LIVE. Firefight Versus is a brand new multiplayer mode that pits a team of player-controlled Elites with Covenant AI support against a team of player-controlled Spartans. With an epic campaign, diverse competitive and cooperative multiplayer experiences, robust user-creation tools, player rewards, and more, “Halo: Reach” is the most ambitious “Halo” game ever and promises to set a new standard for action-packed entertainment, replayability and customization.
THE GENIUS OF MILES DAVIS: 43-CD COLLECTION ASSEMBLES ALL EIGHT MULTI-CD BOX SETS RELEASED BETWEEN 1996 AND 2007
The consummate artistry of Miles Davis and the scope of his musical vision at Columbia Records is paid the ultimate tribute on THE GENIUS OF MILES DAVIS. For the first time, this new collection brings together the eight deluxe multi-CD box sets that were known asThe Miles Davis Series. Each volume – seven of which have collectible “metal spines” – explored a major phase of the artist’s development from 1955 (Miles Davis & John Coltrane: The Complete Columbia Recordings 1955-1961) through 1975 (The Complete On The Corner Sessions). Each volume presented the music from various LPs, plus a wealth of previously unissued session material. The eight box sets, totaling 43 CDs of music, were originally released on Columbia/Legacy between 1996 and 2007, and won a total of eight Grammy Awards.
Several of the original box sets have sold out over the years, and have now been re-manufactured especially for this strictly limited-edition run of 2,000 copies of THE GENIUS OF MILES DAVIS. Presented in a replica of Miles’ own trumpet case, a collectible objet d’art in and of itself, each package will include a number of extras: an exact replica of Miles’ custom-made ‘Gustat’ Heim model 2 trumpet mouthpiece, a previously unseen and unavailable fine art lithograph by Miles, and a boutique quality t-shirt designed and manufactured exclusively by Trunk Ltd. for this package.
Weighing in at 21 pounds and individually numbered, THE GENIUS OF MILES DAVIS is destined to be a treasure in the hands of true Miles Davis aficionados. A D2C (Direct to Consumer) exclusive via GeniusOfMilesDavis.com, it is now available for pre-order at $1199.00 in advance of its September 14th release through Columbia/Legacy, a division of SONY MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT.
[Note: THE GENIUS OF MILES DAVIS includes the eight studio session box sets that encompass the bulk of his original studio albums from the ’50s to the ’70s. It does not include the various Columbia/Legacy live performance multi-CD box sets, for example The Complete Live at the Plugged Nickel 1965, released in 1995; or The Cellar Door Sessions 1970, released in 2005.]
The signing of Miles Davis to Columbia Records made musical history in 1955. He continued to make musical history for decades to come, changing the course of jazz (and in the process, popular and avant garde music) “four or five times,” as he himself once quipped. There were important albums under his name in the late-1940s and ’50s before his arrival at Columbia, and there were also notable albums after his years at Columbia, from 1986 until his death in 1991.
But Columbia Records became the repository of the overwhelming majority of the signature albums recorded by Miles in his lifetime, many of them with long-time producer and collaborator Teo Macero. These individual albums were gathered together in their entirety for the first time last year as The Complete Miles Davis Columbia Album Collection. A functional chest with removable lid housed the 52 single and double album titles (70 CDs of music in total), each packaged in a mini-LP CD cardboard replica of the original jacket, with original artwork and spine.
THE GENIUS OF MILES DAVIS is also the result of a unique collaborative partnership effort between the Miles Davis Estate and Sony Music, which includes the redesign of the MilesDavis.com website. It is now the first unified and regularly updated site high lighting all aspects of his life. The dynamic web environment is not specific to Columbia/Legacy and Sony Music, in that it will cover product releases by other companies as well. The website, featuring news and vital information, video content, merchandise, and exclusive photography, will also offer special daily and weekly deals. THE GENIUS OF MILES DAVIS draws together more than a decade of studio archival research by jazz scholars, annotators, and reissue producers. Each of the box sets in The Miles Davis Series was anxiously greeted with raves by the critical establishment upon their release, and more than half of the box sets received at least one Grammy Award, some winning multiple Grammys. They are summarized as follows (in chronological order of the original music, not the Columbia/Legacy release dates):
Miles Davis & John Coltrane: The Complete Columbia Recordings 1955-1961: This 6-CD box set (released in 2000) won two Grammy Awards, Best Boxed Record ing Package and Best Album Notes. Focus is on the evolution of Miles’ so-called “first great quintet,” comprising John Coltrane (tenor saxophone), Red Garland (piano), Paul Chambers (bass), and Philly Joe Jones (drums), with important contributions by Cannonball Adderley (alto saxophone), Bill Evans (piano), Wynton Kelly (piano), and Jimmy Cobb (drums) – these sessions encompass the music for the LPs ‘Round About Midnight, Milestones, Jazz Track, Kind Of Blue, Someday My Prince Will Come, Miles & Monk At Newport,Jazz At the Plaza, and much more.
Miles Davis & Gil Evans: The Complete Columbia Studio Recordings: The inaugural entry in The Miles Davis Series, this 6-CD box set (released in 1996) won three Grammy Awards, Best Historical Album, Best Album Notes, and Best Recording Package (Boxed), only the second time in Grammy history that was ever achieved. The partnership with Gil Evans spanned 1957 to 1968, and encompassed the music for the LPs Miles Ahead, Porgy And Bess, Sketches Of Spain, and Quiet Nights, but there is much more to be heard here.
Seven Steps: The Complete Columbia Recordings Of Miles Davis (1963-1964): This 7-CD box set (released in 2004) explores Miles’ slow and careful development of his so-called “second great quintet,” whose rhythm section comprised Herbie Hancock (piano), Ron Carter (bass), and Tony Williams (drums). Saxophonist George Coleman is heard on most of the music for the LPs Seven Steps To Heaven, Quiet Nights, Miles Davis In Europe, My Funny Valentine, and Four & More; and Sam Rivers joined for Miles In Tokyo. But it is not until the final CD’s Miles In Berlin that Wayne Shorter enters the picture and the classic quintet’s lineup was finalized.
Miles Davis Quintet 1965-’68: The Complete Columbia Studio Recordings: Actually the second entry in The Miles Davis Series, this 6-CD box set (released in 1998) won the Grammy Award for Best Album Notes. The “second great quintet” of Shorter, Hancock, Carter, and Williams remains an all-time jazz standard, as heard on the music for the LPs E.S.P., Miles Smiles, Sorcerer, Nefertiti, and Miles in the Sky, plus about half of Filles De Kilimanjaro and Water Babies.
The Complete In A Silent Way Sessions: This 3-CD box set (released in 2001) covers less than six months from September 1968 to February 1969. But it is one of the most critical periods in Miles’ career, as he transitions away from the “second great quintet” of Shorter, Hancock, Carter, and Williams. They are all here, to be sure, on the rest of the music from Filles De Kilimanjaro and Water Babies recorded in September and November. But by the time the In A Silent Way LP came into being, the picture had changed to include Chick Corea (electric piano), Joe Zawinul (organ and electric piano), Dave Holland (bass), and most significantly, John McLaughlin (electric guitar).
The Complete Bitches Brew Sessions: The third entry in The Miles Davis Series, this 4-CD box set (released in 1998) won the Grammy Award for Best Boxed Record ing Package, as it reprised the memorable cover art of the late Mati Klarwein. Again covering less than six months time – from August 1969 (the week after Woodstock) through February 1970 – this is when the influence of Jimi Hendrix, Sly Stone, James Brown, Santana, and Marvin Gaye, as well as the Beatles’ post-production editing pyrotechnics all came together for Miles. To his new quintet lineup of Shorter, Corea, Holland and Jack DeJohnette (drums), Miles often augmented the sessions with a dozen other players, among them: McLaughlin, Zawinul, Bennie Maupin (bass clarinet), Harvey Brooks (electric bass), Lenny White (drums), Don Alias (congas), and so on. The result was one of the greatest albums of Miles’ career, and one of the most influential records in post-modern jazz and rock.
The Complete Jack Johnson Sessions: This 5-CD box set (released in 2003) won the Grammy Award for Best Boxed Or Special Limited Edition Package. The Bitches Brew dates ended on February 6, 1970; these dates continue 12 days later and span less than four months through June. The difference is the greater role of McLaughlin (joined by ‘free jazz’ guitarist Sonny Sharrock), and the fiercer edginess of the music. The back-story was the contention for Muhammad Ali’s heavyweight boxing title, and actor James Earl Jones’ portrayal of turn-of-the-century black boxing champ Jack Jefferson in The Great White Hope (on Broadway and on film). All this was on Miles’ mind in 1970, a year beforeShaft ushered in a new breed of African-American hero.
The Complete On The Corner Sessions: This 6-CD box set (released in 2007) is the final entry in The Miles Davis Series and is also the latest chronologically. It jumps ahead two years to 1972, by which time the quintet lineups were a thing of the past, and Miles had transitioned into the funk-rock-influenced large-group that would define his style for the next two decades. The sessions are chronicled through mid-1975, and encompass the music of the LPs On The Corner (1972), Big Fun (1974), and Get Up With It (1974), although more than half the music on the box set was previously unissued at the time of its release three years ago.
Inside THE GENIUS OF MILES DAVIS t-shirt is printed a quotation: “I can’t play like anyone else, I can’t fight like anyone else, I can’t do ANYTHING like anyone else. All I can do is be myself.” – MILES DAVIS. Over the course of these eight box sets and 43 remarkable CDs, his music is, indeed, like nothing else – but its haunting, turbulent, fearless, visionary, multi-faceted self.
Apparently where Cut Copy are going is a place where classic rock radio plays all the time and tap water is actually lemonade. This MP3–the first hint of their new, as-yet-unfinished record–is pure flower child pop: rag tag drums, tie-dye melody and those keyboards from “Baba O’Riley” that sound like they could fill the sky.
Recommended for fans of: Cybotron, Fad Gadget, John Carpenter, Kraftwerk, Wire, etc.
“Overdrive (Morgan Geist remix)”
From “Brand New Cadillac” by Vince Taylor (or by the Clash!) to Buzzcocks’ “Fast Cars”, and from “Warm Leatherette” by the Normal to Kraftwerk’s “Autobahn” (as well as the mechanical hymns made by all the producers from Detroit), cars and their mythology have always had a pride of place in music. But in 2010, as the mechanical reign is once and for all coming to an end, it’s safe to say that it has never been staged with as much reference and tribute, obsession and ambiguity, than in Bot’Ox.
And it took no less than a symbol as powerful as the end of the industrial era, combined with the inherent nostalgia of the well and truly lost golden age, to bring together Benjamin Boguet (alias Cosmo Vitelli) and Julien Briffaz (half of Tekël). But what brings together the DJ and French producer- knighted by what must be called the French Touch between 1997 and 2002- and Tekël, an electro house duo in which Julien Briffaz glides as a drummer and sound engineer? Nothing or not much. If only a mutual curiosity, a passion for music in general and a fixed idea brought to life in Bot’Ox.
Two different paths, two generations, that yet seem to have captured simultaneously and backwards – in the rear view mirror of an old sports car or a large sedan- the relics of a time when roads, highways, driving and the curves of a beautiful car, were a common pleasure and not a destructive one. And it’s done! After a handful of heavily dented singles, released on labels as essential as DFA, I’m a Cliché, DC Recordings or Marketing, the improbable duo is releasing its first real album, with the prophetic title – a manifesto of the rushing end of the century - Babylon By Car.
If the album brings together as edits, some of the duo’s original tracks: from “Car Jacked” to “Crashed Cadillac” and from “Rue de l’Arsenal” to “Tragedy Symphony” – in other words, the dark and slightly vicious side of Bot’Ox- another aspect of the schizoid personality of the duo is revealed as we discover new songs with a guilty pleasure. These tracks are mellower, but remain somewhat unsettling with their (false) monotony. Like “Tout Passe, Tout Lasse, Tout Casse,” sung by Judy Nylon, half of the cult band Snatch, from the No Wave New York of the late 70’s, or “Slow Burning,” at the end of the album, sung by Mark Kerr, also on “Tragedy Symphony,” as well as “Blue Steel” glorified by the toneless voice of Anna Jean, from the band Domingo. Behind the speeding and the screeching (“Overdrive”), the leaps and the acid rise – like post-punk bile- we find a new softness. A nonchalance made of contemplative tracks and moments of wild calm – before the inevitable crash, of course, that will surely change the image of Bot’Ox.
In the end, instead of the car cliché, we’ll keep the melancholy of a long tracking shot, both esthetic and timely. Because “Babylon By Car” is entirely in this ambiguity, between nostalgia and modernity, between pop and post-punk, electronic music and rock, past and future – it’s where Kraftwerk’s “Men-machines” celebrated an endless future with obedient machines. Bot’Ox summons the ghosts of the century, from Cybotron to Wire, from Fad Gadget to John Carpenter, to give birth to greatly personal music and, in all honesty, a rather unique sound in French electronic music.
Bot’Ox doesn’t swagger to keep their motors running. Both melodic and fierce, “Babylon By Car” comes as it is. And it’s probably the best way to take it in.
To celebrate the official album release of Concrete Steppin, E Reece shares a third leak with the track “Don’t Front” featuring fellow L.A. emcees El Prez and Tunji. This track, as well as the first single “Fly Hi” and “The Game” (produced by Oddisee), are just a sliver of great music that can be heard on Concrete Steppin, which is available now on iTunes and Amazon ***FYI – Both companies messed up with the track listing, so #10 is actually “Feel Good” (feat. Othello) and #11 is actually “It’s Over” (feat. Buff1)***
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Just days before UFC’s Jon “Bones” Jones takes on Vladimir Matyushenko live on VERSUS, the San Diego Padres will honor the rising light heavyweight in the team’s Major League Baseball game this Friday, July 30 at 6:58 PM PT.
Jones, in town for his UFC fight at San Diego Sports Arena on Sunday, Aug. 1, will throw the ceremonial first pitch and kick off the Padres game against the Florida Marlins.
“I love San Diego and I’m excited to do the first pitch for the Padres,” Jones said. “I’m going to try to throw a strike for the fans on Friday, and then give them a knockout Sunday.”
WHO: UFC ON VERSUS HEADLINER JON “BONES” JONES
WHAT: Throws ceremonial first pitch prior to Padres vs. Florida game
WHERE: PETCO Park, 100 Park Blvd, San Diego, CA 92101
WHEN: Friday, July 30, 2010
First Pitch: 6:58 PM PT