Monday, September 16, 2013

September 16, 2013

Zoe Sky Jordan – Coming Up Strangers - Restless, Unfocused – Cafe (Toronto)
Coral Egan – Soul Sunday - The Year He Drove Me Crazy – Justin Time (Montreal)
The Deep Dark Woods - 18th of December - Jubilee – Six Shooter (Saskatoon)
Lindi Ortega – Lived & Died Alone - Tin Star – Last Gang (Toronto)
Daddy Long Legs – Your Love is Killing Me - The Devil's in the Details – Busted Flat (Waterloo)
Frankie Payne – Instinct to Survive - Clarity – IND (Toronto)
Kinnie Star – Go Go See It - Kiss It – Aporia (Vancouver)
Papermaps – The Edge of Chinatown - Darker Lights – Original Sound (Toronto)
Curbside Sofa – 5.0 Litre Ego - S/T – IND (Tecumseh)
Ghost Cousin – All Those - Scotland – Old Ugly (Edmonton)
Olenka & the Autumn Lovers – Don't Make Sense - Hard Times – IND (London)
The Darcys – Pretty Girls - Warring – Arts & Crafts (Toronto)
The Mark Inside – Dead Heart - Dark Hearts Can Radiate White Light – Vampire Dance (Toronto)

Favourite Tracks of the night: The Deep Dark Woods and Papermaps... both not out yet!!!


-Arcade Fire's new song is out! It also has been confirmed that David Bowie has supplied a brief backing vocal on the James Murphy (LCD Soundsystem) produced track (no saxophone though), according to Bowie’s FB page. The band has released two videos for the track, the first being an interactive video directed by frequent Arcade Fire collaborator Vincent Morisset and the second is directed by Anton Corbijn.

-Neil Young made some enemies in Fort McMurray when he compared the city to Hiroshima after being devastated by the atomic bomb, because of the oilsands and the fumes that come from oil production. In response, radio stations in Fort McMurray refused to play his songs for a day. There was a poll to see if the audience wanted him banned from the airwaves forever, but it was voted down. The Fort McMurray mention is around the 6:35 mark.

-A Far North Sound favourite, Montreal electro-funk duo Chromeo have announced their follow-up to 2010's Business Casual. It's titled White Women. they've shared a teaser for the record, featuring new song "Over Your Shoulder" and the track as well:

-Colin Stetson and Sarah Neufeld have teamed up in Arcade Fire, Belle Orchestre, romantically and now they are scored a film together called Blue Caprice. The movie, about 2002 Beltway sniper attacks in Washington, DC looks incredibly intense. They created the score between tours.

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