PREMIERE: Kaitlin Riegel Scratches Beneath The Surface On Fluorescent …
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Kaitlin Riegel’s journey to date has been one characterised by subtle reinventions. Fluorescent Lighting is the first taste of her new EP, ‘41.9’, and marks a further shift, melding a shimmering pop melody with lounge jazz touches and an inquisitive lyric.

“Fluorescent Lighting deals with the perception of reality, relating back to the old ideas of ‘things aren’t as they appear’ and ‘is ignorance bliss?’,” Riegel said. “Over time, memories get warped in your head. People, places, and events live inside your mind, how you choose to remember them, and it is easy to delude yourself into a false reality.  

“When you start peeling away the layers and brutally examine the world, it is revealed not everything was as perfect as you recalled. Sometimes the memory is better.”

Having worked together on the System single, Riegel again enlisted the services of producer James Yuill for Fluorescent Lighting, which you can exclusively check out below. The single is out on April 27, with ‘41.9’ poised to follow in the autumn.

“It was a coming of age track in a lyrical and musical sense,” Riegel said. “It’s hard to lose a cherished memory to the truths of the universe, but that doesn’t take away your experience.”

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Kohl’s, Manpower, AO Smith, Marcus post double-digit gains
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Although the broad stock market plodded out of the gate in the first quarter of 2015, shares of some of Wisconsin’s most prominent companies raced ahead.

Division store retailer Kohl’s Corp., staffing firm ManpowerGroup, water technologies organization A.O. Smith Corp. and theater-and-hotel operator Marcus Corp. have been among state-based public organizations whose stock costs posted double-digit percentage gains in the initial 3 months of the year.

Shares of Kohl’s jumped 28%, while the common stock of ManpowerGroup climbed 26%. Shares of A.O. Smith and Marcus rose 16% and 15%, respectively. At the identical time, the Standard & Poor’s 500 index inched up only .four% for the quarter.

In the case of Kohl’s, the company’s shares busted by way of a common $ 45-to-$ 55 range where they seemed stuck for years, and closed the initial quarter of 2015 at a lot more than $ 78.

“Their gears are starting to mesh and the Street has come back to them,” stated John Collopy, analysis director for Oshkosh-primarily based Carl M. Hennig Inc.

Collopy, who tracks Wisconsin stocks, mentioned that Kohl’s — like other retailers — has been helped by reduce gas rates that have left shoppers with a lot more money to devote. But the Menomonee Falls department shop chain set the stage for stock growth with a powerful ending to fiscal 2014.

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