and yes this is new material made this year and yes there is more where that came from.— el-p (@therealelp) September 8, 2016 been keeping my mouth shut about my work w/ zack since jan when we did it. it hurt. now i’ll commence keeping my mouth shut about the rest.— el-p (@therealelp) September 9, 2016You can listen to the new single, right here. Fans have been hearing about a Zack de la Rocha solo album since 2000, when the Rage Against The Machine singer started working on a new project. Though collaborations with Trent Reznor, Questlove and more were ultimately dropped, the only album to feature de la Rocha extensively in the past 15 years is the One Day as a Lion project that debuted in 2008.Last week, de la Rocha surprised fans with a brand new single titled “digging for windows.” While fans were ecstatic to hear the new music, the unexpected release begged the question, “is this a one off release or the first track of a new album?”Fortunately, it was Consequence of Sound who confirmed the latter scenario, as it seems “digging for windows” is the first track of many to come. The new album will apparently feature all new music recorded within the past year, as de la Rocha seems to be eyeing a major comeback. Run The Jewels’ El-P, who produced the new single, also confirmed these reports in a series of Twitter posts.the ZDR the album is happening. 2017.— el-p (@therealelp) September 8, 2016
Having trouble figuring out how to get to Columbus, Ohio for USC vs. Ohio State? Well worry no longer, as ESPN gears up to bring USC students stuck in Los Angeles the closest thing to being at the “Horseshoe” without traveling 2,000 miles from campus.On Sept. 12, ESPN will premieres its long awaited 3-D football viewing experience at the Galen Center for the broadcast of the important game after more than two years of testing. The broadcast will feature cinema projection, large-scale arena viewing and LCD monitors to make the viewing audience at the Galen Center feel like it’s watching the game live.Enhanced dimensions · Last year’s USC-Ohio State game offered plenty of hard hits and big plays, but this year’s will be shown in 3-D. – Leah Thompson | Daily TrojanESPN will set up seven 3-D cameras in Columbus to capture the entire playing field and relay the separate feed to the Galen Center, along with other locations in Ohio, Connecticut and Texas. ESPN will also provide a separate team to call the game, with Mark Jones and Bob Davie to walk the audience through the first-ever 3-D broadcast of a college football game.ESPN hopes this will serve as a instrument to measure not only how well the 3-D technology works, but also how fans react to the new broadcast style.Tickets for the event will be free and are available from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at both Heritage Hall and the USC Ticket Center. Tickets will also be available at the USC football scrimmage at the Coliseum Aug. 29, at the first home game against San Jose State on Sept. 5 and at the Galen Center box office during two women’s volleyball games, Sept. 3 and 4.