South Korean band BLACKPINK has confirmed they are working on new music, and their fans can't keep calm. The band had last released a song- "Kill this Love", in April this year.The K-pop girl band says it's working on some new music that will be released really soon, reports E! News. The band members- Jennie, Lisa, Rosé and Jisoo, reportedly confirmed the news to their fans at Olympic Hall in Seoul during their 2019 Private Stage [Chapter 1] fan meet on Saturday.Saturday also marked the girl band's third debut anniversary. "We're currently working on new music. We think BLINKs will like it," the South Korean singers reportedly told their fans. YG Entertainment is yet to reveal the details of the project.BLACKPINK fans who are often referred to as BLINKS are pretty excited with the news and have been taking to social media to express their happiness. "ARE BLACKPINK REALLY WORKING ON A NEW SONG??????? WHAT IS HAPPENING," a person wrote on Twitter. "Exo new song and blackpink full … [Read more...] about BLACKPINK confirms working on new music; BLINKs can’t keep calm
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A Leeds venue could miss out on a chance to host part of one of the city’s most eagerly anticipated electronic music events of the year. Inner City Electronic is a dance music festival that is expected to take place through the night at a number of venues around Leeds on June 1-2.However, Leeds City Council’s environmental protection team has submitted an objection to a temporary events notice for one of the venues, The Old Red Bus Station in Vicar Lane, due to noise complaints related to the venue.What does this mean?In order for a venue to get permission to host a one-off event outside its licensed hours, it must submit a temporary events notice to the council’s licensing team.These tend to be accepted, unless an authority submits an objection. If this happens, the notice must be discussed by decision-makers on the council’s licensing sub-committee.As an objection was submitted to the temporary events notice by the council’s environmental health team, … [Read more...] about Meeting to decide on electronic music event at Leeds bar
Developments impacting high-frequency traders dominated news in financial services last week. The Securities and Exchange Commission proposed amendments to an existing rule that would subject many proprietary trading firms to oversight by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority for the first time, while both FINRA and the Futures Industry Association issued guidance on best practices for automated trading systems and algorithms. Unrelated, a study by the NY Federal Reserve Bank raised some red flags regarding central clearing. As a result, the following matters are covered in this week’s Bridging the Week:SEC Proposes FINRA Oversee Certain High-Frequency Trading Firms; FINRA and FIA Issue Best Practice Guidance;CFTC Fines Grain Dealer and Merchant US $800,000 for Improperly Reporting Positions (includes My View);MF Global Inc. Trustee Seeks Authorization to Pay Out Additional US $461 Million to General Creditors; Second Lehman Brothers General Creditors … [Read more...] about HFTs; MF Global; Another CFTC Big Fine; ATS Breakdowns; Fed Study Assesses Clearing: Bridging the Week March 23 to 27 and 30, 2015