Load remaining images Photo: Daniel Ojeda As owners to keys of the city, frequent visiting neighbors from the south, and masterminds behind several epic and historic concerts played in Madison, Wisconsin, Umphrey’s McGee did something that few bands get the privilege of doing when playing in Madison—they christened a brand-spankin’-new venue. The newly constructed Sylvee, barely a week old, can now be added to the list of 40-plus concerts Umphrey’s McGee has played in Madison over their twenty-year career.Colorado jamtronica act Sunsquabi opened the show. Although the crowd slowly trickled in over the course of their set, they made sure to put on a good show for those who were in attendance. By the time Umphrey’s took the stage to open the show with “Tango Mike”, the audience has filled up. Interestingly enough, the show featured a lot more instrumentals like “Miss Tinkle’s Overture”, “Blue Echo,” “Tribute to the Spinal Shaft”, “Triple Wide”, and “Wizard Burial Ground” than songs than lead vocalist Brendan Bayliss actually sings. His voice shined on “Words” and “Much Obliged,” but apart from those he wasn’t featured heavily in the mix.“Tango Mike”The copious amount of instrumentals allowed for the band to do plenty of jamming. “Blue Echo”, a song that is always stretched out, featured some of the tastiest improvisation of the night. The second set had a pretty neat “Much Obliged” that went in a couple distinct directions but eventually segued into the speed metal of “Wizard Burial Ground.” It was a fun transistion, especially considering how different the two songs are. The band capped the night off with a fun but straight-forward cover of the Pink Floyd classic “Breathe”, which had both the dub portion and the regular portion. Next up, Umphrey’s moves onto Chicago for the third and final night of the Big Weekend event, which spans multiple venues throughout the city.You can check out a gallery of photos from Umphrey’s McGee’s show last night at Madison, Wisconsin’s newly opened Sylvee below, courtesy of Daniel Ojeda.Setlist: Umphrey’s McGee | The Sylvee | Madison, WI | 10/5/2018Set I (8:16): Tango Mike > Miss Tinkle’s Overture, Words -> Blue Echo > What We Could Get, Tribute to the Spinal Shaft > Push and Pull, JaJunk (9:30)Set II (10:02): Looks, The Triple Wide > Daffodils, It Doesn’t Matter  > Much Obliged  > Wizard Burial Ground (11:10)E (11:15): Breathe  (11:24) Proverbial jam unfinished Dub VersionUmphrey’s McGee | The Sylvee | Madison, WI | 10/5/2018 | Photo: Daniel Ojeda
5 Imbros St, Nundah. Picture: realestate.com.auTHIS Nundah three-bedroom house listed for just $89,900 caught the attention of plenty of would-be buyers this week, but there’s a catch.The land is not included.But while you don’t get the land with the house at 5 Imbros Street, Nundah the price does include moving it and installing it onto your block of land, within about 100kms.The property was viewed more on realestate.com.au this week, than any other property in Queensland this week.According to its listing Drake Removal Homes will deliver, and install on new foundationsIt has a large central open plan lounge and dining room and polished timber floors throughout.The second most viewed home this week, comes with land. The four-bedroom house at 25 Enderley Ave, Clayfield is scheduled for auction on March 17.It is a Hamptons style home on a dual access block. Inside is an open plan living area with cathedral-style ceiling. 262A Sunrise Rd, Doonan. Picture: realestate.com.auMore from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus20 hours agoThere is a marble foyer entrance to the home and spotted gum floors. On the same block is a historic cottage which was once the Wahpunga State School. It has been renovated and has french doors and VJ walls.It is listed through Graham Smith and Kess Prior of Hinternoosa Real Estate — Cooroy.The fourth most viewed property this week is a five-bedroom property at 92 Enoggera Tce, Paddington. The home is listed for auction on March 17.The renovated double-storey Queenslander has city views. The 1890s home was restored through AAD Design. 25 Enderley Ave, Clayfield.There are wide timber sliders from the main living and dining room to the deck and there is a swimming pool.It is listed through Christine Rudolph of Ray White New Farm.The third most viewed Queensland property this week was at 262A Sunrise Rd, Doonan.The five-bedroom home is listed for offers of more than $3.3 million. The single level, palazzo-style home was on 30 acres in the Noosa hinterland.It has a 20 metre infinity pool with travertine pool deck. The home is known as Sanaa which is Swahili for ‘work of beauty’. 92 Enoggera Tce, Paddington.It has traditional features and is painted in a Hamptons style. There are polished timber floors, a wide rear veranda and open plan living and lounge areas.It is listed through Tyson Clarke and John Smith of Queensland Sotheby’s International Realty Brisbane.The fifth most viewed property was a five-bedroom home at 129 Mount O’Reilly Rd, Samford Valley.The Brad McLachlan designed home has mountain views. 129 Mount O’Reilly Rd, Samford Valley. Picture: realestate.com.auThere are open plan living and dining areas and an entertainment space, plus a infinity pool.It is listed through Damon Dungey of Belle Property — Samford.