Easily one of the most exciting projects to emerge in 2016 is the collaboration between Les Claypool and Sean Lennon. Dubbed The Claypool Lennon Delirium, the band recently released their debut album The Monolith of Phobos and have been touting its twisted psychedelic anthems on the road.With a spectacular performance at Bonnaroo under their proverbial belts and sets promised at festivals like North Coast Music Festival (more information here), fans who have yet to witness this band are certainly intrigued by the potential. Fortunately, Dead Perspective has shared full show video from the band’s second-ever performance back on June 5th, with a number of Monolith Of Phobos tracks, covers of Primus, Pink Floyd, The Beatles and more!Check out the full video and setlist, below.Setlist: The Claypool Lennon Delirium at The Ritz, Tampa, FL – 6/15/0301) Intro / There’s No Underwear in Space (P.A.)02) Cricket and the Genie (Movement I, The Delirium)03) Cricket and the Genie (Movement II, Oratorio Di Cricket)04) Breath of a Salesman05) The Monolith of Phobos06) Up on the Roof07) Ohmerica08) Bubbles Burst09) Mr. Wright10) Boomerang Baby11) Oxycontin Girl12) Astronomy Domine13) Captain Lariat14) Tomorrow Never KnowsEncore:15) Southbound Pachyderm
THE Guyana Rugby Football Union’s (GRFU) Bounty Farm 15s tournament will resume this weekend with two interesting encounters at the National Park.Yamaha Caribs will have their first taste of the tournament when they come up against the Guyana Police Force Falcons, while tomorrow, Panthers will look to claw their way to another win when they come upoppose Pepsi Hornets.Having suffered a humiliating 67-7 defeat at the hands of the Panthers, the GPF Falcons will look to bounce back against the Caribs, but with the likes of veteran Theodore Henry as well as some of the country’s top players in the line-up, the Police team will have a tough time trying to stake their claim in the tournament.Meanwhile, for the Panthers, their style of play recently turned them into one of Guyana’s most hated rugby team at the moment.After clinching consecutive Sevens titles, Panthers, a flashy, young and very talented group of players, turned their attention to the game’s longer format, and they used the Guyana Police Force as a perfect example to demonstrate their will to claim the GRFU’s final 15s tournament for the year.With the likes of Ryan Dey, Lancelot Adonis and Rondel McArthur, the Laurie Adonis-coached team will certainly have their hands full against a seasoned and well-oiled Pepsi Hornets, led by national captain Ryan Gonsalves.The Bounty Farm 15s tournament will conclude on November 12. The tournament will see five teams play two rounds of matches.