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Bumbershoot preview: Sunday! Sunday! Sunday! {9/4}

{This is part two of a three-part preview of this year’s not-to-be-missed acts at Bumbershoot by Imaginary Victoria — bounce back to see part one here!} Flatstock {all weekend, Fisher Pavillion} We told you all about it in our Saturday preview: Flatstock is not to be missed. Check it. As you peruse around the middle […]

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Bumbershoot 2011: May 31st is the last time to get the $29 Any Day Pass; and just announced: Grant Lee Buffalo

{Bumbershoot photo: Erik Clineschmidt Photography} One Reel, the talented folks behind putting on Bumbershoot, is reminding festival goers this year that the deadline for the extra-special Any Day Pass is coming up soon: May 31st. The neat idea is that if you buy this $29 ticket before then, you can pick any one of the […]

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New Broken Social Scene presents… leaks, Canning reacts

An unmastered version of the latest Broken Social Scene presents… installment has recently leaked, causing the latest featured musician, Brendan Canning, to react by posting the album digitally before it's release date of June 22nd. Canning's reaction is similar to labelmates Stars' reaction to the early leak of their In Our Bedroom After the War. […]

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Best of 2007: Imaginary Chona's picks!

This was ridiculously hard to do! Without further ado, I present my top ten picks for 2007 releases (in no particular order): Spoon – Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Broken Social Scene Presents: Kevin Drew – Spirit If… Minus the Bear – Planet of Ice Arcade Fire – Neon Bible Arctic Monkeys – Favourite Worst […]

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Broken Social Scene Presents

Show Date: October 26, 2007

“Broken Social Scene Presents”? Sketchy if anything, right? It turns out this moniker will be the format by which various members of the former super group will be releasing their albums — with Brendan Canning’s solo debut slated for 2008. Bottom line is, after so many years of establishing the name Broken Social Scene, why […]

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Bee Hives

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And the award for most tongue-in-cheek title for a collection of B-sides goes to… You remember Broken Social Scene, that wondrous indie-rock collective out of Canada whose 2003 release You Forgot it in People was the music-snob's name-drop of November and December? Naturally, when a small label gets a band that can sell records to […]

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