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  • At least 5 dead, 15 hurt in shooting at Mexico's BPM music festival

    Police officers stand outside the Blue Parrot nightclub after a gunman opened fire early on Monday outside the venue in Playa del CarmenBy Gabriel Stargardter MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - At least five people, including foreigners, were killed and 15 were wounded early on Monday, when a gunman opened fire at a nightclub in Mexico's Playa del Carmen resort during the BPM electronic music festival. Quintana Roo State Attorney General Miguel Angel Pech said a Canadian, an Italian and a Mexican were among the dead, while the U.S. embassy in Mexico said authorities had confirmed the death of an American. Pech had earlier said a second Canadian and a Colombian had been killed in the attack.


  • Tokyo’s Nintendo Switch event featured amazing jazz covers of classic game music

    Tokyo’s Nintendo Switch event featured amazing jazz covers of classic game musicNintendo finally provided more details on the Nintendo Switch during an event held in Tokyo last weekend, but if you’re a Nintendo fan, there was something even better at the showcase: a live big band playing jazz covers of music from Nintendo games. Known as the Nintendo Special Big Band, the 18-piece (!) group kicked off its set with a swinging tune from the 1994 Super Nintendo hit Donkey Kong Country, “DK Island Swing.” (You can hear the original song here.) Following an introduction, the band riffed on tracks from beloved Nintendo series such as Kirby, Animal Crossing, The Legend of Zelda, Fire Emblem, Mario Kart and, of course, Super Mario Bros. Footage from the games was projected behind them as they played for the better part of an hour.


  • 'High Valley' on Balancing Family and Music

    The group 'High Valley' talks balancing family and music.

  • 'High Valley' on the Inspiration Behind Their Music

    The group 'High Valley' discusses the inspiration behind their music.