Noise pop is a subgenre of alternative or indie rock that developed in the mid-1980s in the United Kingdom and United States. It is defined by its mixture of dissonant noise or feedback with the songcraft more found in pop music. Shoegazing, another noise-based genre that developed in the 1980s, drew from noise pop. Noise pop has been described by AllMusic as "the halfway point between bubblegum and the avant-garde". Accordingly, the style "often has a hazy, narcotic feel, as melodies drift through the swirling guitar textures, but it can be bright and lively, or angular and challenging." AllMusic cites the Velvet Underground as the earliest roots of the genre, with their experiments with feedback and distortion on their early albums. Early American alternative rock bands like Sonic Youth, Yo La Tengo and Dinosaur Jr. who mixed rock song structures with guitar distortion, were immediate forerunners. The Jesus and Mary Chain's 1985 debut, Psychocandy, is considered by AllMusic to be the archetype for the noise pop genre.
Kareem Estefan of Stylus Magazine cited the album for "transforming the use of distortion in indie rock with its screeching abrasion, yet managing to feature some of the catchiest melodies of the 80s."Later in the 1980s, noise pop was a major inspiration for the British shoegazing movement. Influenced by The Jesus and Mary Chain, My Bloody Valentine started to experiment with a fusion of 1960s pop music and noise on their EP, The New Record by My Bloody Valentine, paving way to their forthcoming shoegazing sound. Noise pop continued to be influential in the indie rock scene into the 1990s. In the 90s and 2000s, popular Neo-psychedelia bands such as The Flaming Lips and Animal Collective were big proponents of incorporating noise pop within their sound Avey Tare and Panda Bear's acclaimed album Spirit They're Gone, Spirit They've Vanished. No wave Noise Pop Festival
Zefross Moss is a former American football offensive tackle in the National Football League for the Dallas Cowboys, Indianapolis Colts, Detroit Lions and the New England Patriots. He played college football for Alabama State University. Moss attended Holt High School, before accepting a scholarship from Alabama State University, he was a two-year starter at right tackle, receiving All-Southwest Athletic Conference and Black College All-American honors as a senior. Moss was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Dallas Cowboys after the 1988 NFL Draft and waived on August 23, he was re-signed on December 8 and declared inactive for 2 games. On August 22, 1989, he was traded to the Indianapolis Colts in exchange for a tenth round draft choice; the Indianapolis Colts acquired Moss because they needed to improve their depth at the offensive tackle position. He played in 16 games on special teams. In 1990, he was named the starter at left tackle and became one of the largest offensive linemen in the league.
In 1991, he missed 5 games due to ankle injuries. The next year, he missed 3 games with ankle injuries. In 1993, he was named the starter at right tackle; the next year, he missed the last 5 games with a knee injury, but still contributed to the Colts rushing for 2,060 yards and allowing only 28 sacks, at the time tied for the fewest sacks in a 16-game schedule. On May 1, 1995, he signed with the Detroit Lions as a free agent, he didn't participate in the first 3 weeks of training camp while rehabbing his previous knee injury, but was still able to make the season opener as the team's starting right tackle. He played in the Wild Card playoff game against the Philadelphia Eagles; the next year, he only allowed 2.5 sacks and helped Barry Sanders lead the league in rushing with 1,553 yards. On March 31, 1997, he was signed by the New England Patriots as a free agent, he was a two-year starter at right tackle, until being released to free salary cap space on March 23, 2000. After retiring from football, he moved to Alabama.
Moss initiated several business opportunities, including housing ice cream shops. He was a little-league football coach for the Madison Patriots. Moss A Hefty Balance
Maelgwn ap Rhys was prince of part of the kingdom of Deheubarth in south west Wales. Maelgwn was the son of Rhys ap Gruffydd by his wife Gwenllian ferch Madog, daughter of Madog ap Maredudd prince of Powys, he appears in the historical record for the first time helping at the siege of Tenby in 1187. In 1188 when Baldwin, Archbishop of Canterbury and Giraldus Cambrensis travelled through Wales raising men for the Third Crusade, Maelgwn is recorded as having taken the cross, though there is no record that he went on the crusade. Maelgwn was described as being short in stature and a turbulent character, who caused his father much trouble in his years and maintained a lengthy feud with his brother Gruffydd, he was kept a prisoner from 1189 to 1192. In 1194 he and his brother Hywel defeated their father in battle and imprisoned him in Nevern castle, though he was released by Hywel. Maelgwn was in exile when Rhys died in 1197. Gruffydd had been recognised as his father's successor, but Maelgwn, helped by troops supplied by Gwenwynwyn ab Owain of Powys attacked and captured the town and castle of Aberystwyth, taking Gruffydd prisoner.
Maelgwn took possession of Ceredigion. When Gwenwynwyn was defeated at Painscastle by Norman forces in 1198 Gruffydd was set free and recaptured all Ceredigion from Maelgwn except for the castles of Cardigan and Ystrad Meurig. Maelgwn came to an agreement with King John of England and sold Cardigan castle to John, taking possession of the remainder of Ceredigion himself; the annalist of Brut y Tywysogion commented: In that year, about the Feast of St. Mary Magdalen, Maelgwn ap Rhys, for fear and hatred of his brother Gruffydd, sold to the English for little profit the key and keeping of all Wales, the castle of Aber Teifi Gruffydd died in 1201, enabling Maelgwn to seize Cilgerran Castle, but in 1204 he lost it to William Marshall. In 1204 Maelgwn's men attacked his brother Hywel, leaving him with wounds of which he died. In 1205 according to Brut y Tywysogion, Maelgwn caused a certain Irishman to kill Cedifor ap Gruffudd and his four sons with a battle-axe after they had been captured; the chronicler of Brut y Tywysogion again disapproved, describing Cedifor as "a praiseworthy man, gracious and generous".
In 1207 Maelgwn's ally, Gwenwynwyn of Powys fell out with King John and his lands were taken into the custody of the crown. Llywelyn the Great of Gwynedd took advantage of this to annex the northern part of Ceredigion from Maelgwn and to give the lands between the River Ystwyth and the River Aeron to the sons of Gruffydd. Maelgwn helped King John to force Llywelyn to come to terms in 1211 but these lands were not returned to him, this induced him to throw in his lot with Llywelyn instead of the king. However, when Llywelyn held a parliament at Aberdyfi in 1216, at which he redistributed the lands under the rule of the Lord Rhys, Maelgwn was still only allowed the southern part of Ceredigion. Maelgwn was buried at Strata Florida Abbey, his territory passed to his son, Maelgwn ap Maelgwn, called Maelgwn Fychan. In the late 1230s, the latter agreed a treaty with Gilbert Marshal, 4th Earl of Pembroke, whereby Maelgwn Fychan's son, would marry Gilbert's bastard daughter and receive the cantref of Is-Aeron, except the commote of Is-Hirwen, as dowry.
TruStar is an Indian low-cost airline promoted by Turbo Aviation Pvt Ltd based in Hyderabad. The airline plans to launch operations by the second quarter of 2020 with Dornier 228 aircraft. In December 2019, Turbo Aviation announced that it had secured a £100-million investment from a Business Group based in the UK for the launch of commuter air services under the third place of the UDAN scheme; the airline plans to start operations with the routes they have secured under UDAN, with plans to connect passengers all over India and overseas destinations in the future. The TruStar fleet will include 10 Airbus A320 and 4 Dornier 228 aircraft. In January 2019, under the third round of the Governments Regional Connectivity Scheme known as UDAN, TruStar had been awarded four routes in Uttar Pradesh, three routes across the States of Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Goa, two routes between Hyderabad and Prakasham Barrage of Andhra Pradesh and between Chennai and Ramnad in Tamil Nadu and routes connecting Raipur, Rourkela and Jagadalpur with Bhubaneswar and Hyderabad.
In Telangana, Turbo Aviation has been given permission to start services from Hyderabad to Nagarjuna Sagar, which will be a sea plane route. TruStar will be the first private airline to introduce the Dornier 228NG built in India at Kanpur by Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd. into scheduled commercial services in India
Ashtami is the eighth day of Hindu lunar calendar. Krishna Janmashtami or Gokul Ashtami is a Hindu festival celebrating the birth of Lord Krishna, an avatar of Hindu deity Vishnu. Krishna Janmashtami is observed on the Ashtami tithi, the eighth day of the dark half or Krishna Paksha of the month of Bhaadra in the Hindu calendar, when the Rohini Nakshatra is ascendant. Rasa lila or dramatic enactments of the life of Krishna are a special feature in regions of Mathura, Vrindavan and regions following Vaishnavism in Manipur. Trilochana Ashtami or Trilochanashtami, is a Hindu auspicious day dedicated to Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati celebrated in Odisha and different parts of India. Tri means lochan means Eye. Hence one who having three eyes is called as Trilochan means to Lord Shiva, three-eyed, that is, indication of the present and future. Bhairava Ashtami or Kalabhairava Ashtami commemorating the day Kal Bhairav, a fierce manifestation of Lord Shiva, appeared on earth, is celebrated on Krishna paksha Ashtami of the Margashirsha month with a day special prayers and rituals.
Noh Hyung-Goo is a South Korean football player who plays for Buyeo FC. Noh joined K League club Suwon Samsung Bluewings in 2011. On 29 June 2011, he made his senior debut in the 2011 Korean League Cup against Jeju United, he was released in the end of 2012 season. In April 2013, Noh was signed by J2 League side Roasso Kumamoto, he didn't play any match for Kumamoto in the 2013 season. He left the club in late November 2013. Noh moved to Chinese Super League newcomer Harbin Yiteng in February 2014. In May 2014, he was released without playing a match in China; as of 7 March 2014 Noh Hyung-goo – K League stats at kleague.com