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The Raconteurs Release New 7-Inch “Help Me Stranger” Vinyl

first_imgThe Raconteurs have announced the arrival of a new 7-inch vinyl that contains “Help Me Stranger (Radio Edit)” backed with an alternate version of “Somedays (I Don’t Feel Like Trying)”. The standard black vinyl is available for purchase today (12/13), and a limited pressing of tri-color edition will be available at Third Man Records storefronts starting tomorrow (12/14).Both songs on the new vinyl are different from the versions that appear on the band’s first studio album in ten years, Help Us Strangers, which was released on June 21st. The radio edit of “Help Me Stranger” does not include the acoustic intro heard on the album, whereas the alternate version of “Somedays” includes an acoustic interlude not heard on the album. The release of “Somedays (I Don’t Feel Like Trying)” is a follow-up to the recently released official music video for the track.“Help Me Stranger” continues the band’s trend of having a “singular” song name to pair with a “plural” album name—as seen on their first album, Broken Boy Soldiers, with the song “Broken Boy Solider”, and their second album, Consolers of the Lonely with the song, “Consoler of the Lonely”.The Raconteurs conclude their Help Us Stranger world tour tonight (12/13) at The Republik in Honolulu, HI. The tour covered all corners of the United States, many parts of Central and South America, as well as Canada.One notable run on the tour included a three-night stand at Cain’s Ballroom in Tulsa, OK (10/13-14, 16). These shows marked the first time any band had sold out three consecutive shows at the venue. This event was celebrated with a new live album, Live In Tulsa, as part of the Third Man Records Vault Package #43.Fans can head to the Third Man Records official website or their local record store to purchase the standard edition of the new 7-inch vinyl.Those looking land a copy of the limited tri-color release will need to head to their nearest Third Man Records location.last_img read more

Kymeta Offering Electronically Steered Antenna Platform with Satellite-Cellular Connectivity for $999/Month

first_imgKymeta announced the commercial availability of its next generation flat panel electronically steered antenna platform, the Kymeta u8. The new u8 terminal paired with Kymeta’s hybrid satellite-cellular connectivity services transforms the purchase and consumption of mobile data with an all-inclusive hardware, connectivity and services monthly subscription starting at $999. The Kymeta u8 is the world’s only commercially available flat panel electronically steered antenna built specifically for mobility and designed for the needs of both military and commercial customers.The Kymeta u8 antenna enables complete coverage of the Ku-band with highly reliable electronic beam steering and no moving parts. It is available as an antenna, as a terminal, or in flyaway configurations, and it can be paired with Kymeta’s new satellite and hybrid satellite-cellular connectivity solutions.Powered by top satellite service and cellular operators throughout the world, Kymeta Connect makes buying hardware, connectivity, network services, and global support as simple and predictable as buying a mobile phone plan. A variety of satellite or satellite-cellular airtime packages are available and provided in partnership with Intelsat and Cubic Telecom, among others. Customers will now have access to easily deployable and dependable mobile connectivity in places where reliable and affordable connectivity has not been available. Kymeta is also working with LEO satellite operators on technology and service collaborations as described in press announcements released during Satellite 2020.With the new u8 terminal paired with Kymeta Broadband connectivity and support, they are making mobile global with a fully managed, optimized, and easy to use blended service. It is a complete solution with an elegant simplicity that will be very attractive to companies who need predictable OPEX pricing for their regional mobile connectivity services. The industry is at a tipping point for unlocking new access to the internet in all parts of the world.Intelsat is look forward to expanding their successful partnership with Kymeta as they add Intelsat’s FlexMove managed service to their communications-on-the-move (COTM) connectivity solutions offerings. Working together, Kymeta and Intelsat are helping people stay connected wherever they need to be, no matter how remote or challenging the location.Kymeta’s mobile connectivity services will be available in the US, Europe, the Middle East, Asia Pacific, sub-Saharan Africa, and Oceania with services extending to future geographies in the coming months. Initial deployments will include the military, first responders, buses, vehicle fleets, small maritime vessels, ferries, trucks and trains.Click here to learn more about Kymeta.last_img read more